Kitzbühel in Winter
A Winter Region with Charm, Sport & Culture
Guests have been coming to the Kitzbühel Alps to ski for more than a hundred years. During this time, the region around Kitzbühel has developed into one of the biggest ski regions in the world. The cable cars and lifts are state-of-the-art.
Romantic villages, unbelievably beautiful valleys, rustic cabins and, of course, snow-covered mountains give this ski region its unique charm. And you can enjoy those in the same way you enjoy the good food, completely without skis.
Excursions in Winter
During winter, the range of recreational activities goes far beyond skiing and cross-country skiing. How about a visit to the city of Innsbruck, the capital of Tyrol, with its blend of sport, culture, history and sophisticated flair? Or to the charming town of Kufstein with its fortress that can be seen for miles around? Even Salzburg is only around 90 minutes away and it's always worth a visit. You will find delightful Christmas markets in each of these three towns during the advent season. Particularly in Salzburg, where they are accompanied by all kinds of concerts.
Events in Kirchberg and Kitzbühel
Half the sports world looks to Kitzbühel in winter. Especially when this comes back around: the Hahnenkamm race! This long since legendary descent is one of the most significant and most difficult in the realm of skiing and guarantees spectacular viewing year after year. But there is also a lot more to see, from the Snow Polo World Cup to the Christmas market and the spectacular New Year's celebration.
Your Perfect Starting Point: the Gourmet Hotel Sportalm
The Gourmet Hotel Sportalm is the ideal starting point for your winter holiday – located right by the ski piste, you can strap on your skis at the hotel and whip them off again after a wonderful day of skiing.
Welcome to the mountainous, heavily snow-covered landscape of the Kitzbühel region. Send us a non-binding holiday request for the snowy season or book online directly and get ready for an enjoyable, sporty holiday in Kirchberg in Tyrol.