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Nicola Seagroatt

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skiing  in kitzbuhel alps

skiing kitzbuhel alps

Thanks to its snow guarantee, Kitzbühel ski area undoubtedly ranks among the most popular ski resorts in the world.

In addition to the most world’s difficult downhill ski run – the famous Streif –  the Kitzbühel Alps offer gently rolling grass hills ideal for unlimited ski and carving pleasures on 170 km of perfectly groomed slopes and 32 km of exciting ski routes.

Quaint mountain huts await you for leisurely breaks. True outdoor experts will appreciate the varied off-piste terrain and the wide range of ski mountaineering routes in the easily accessible back country.  And there's no better place to stay than Hotel Rosengarten.  Immerse yourself in contemporary luxury at this Relais & Chateaux hotel, situated in the charming little village of Kirchberg, only minutes from the famous resort of Kitzbuhel.

Kitzbühel and winter sports is a truly timeless and legendary combination. Since 1892, the city known as "Chamois Town" has been world-renowned for its snow sports. The first Hahnenkamm Race took place in 1931. Over the last few decades, this challenging race has become the world’s most important alpine ski event. Kitzbühel is more deeply rooted in skiing history than any other alpine skiing resort and a fantastic place to visit during the winter months for beginners, intermediate or the more advanced winter-sport enthusiast.

Find out more about what experiences are on offer in the Kitzbühel Alps

Other ski ideas and destinations

  • There's a huge selection of 4 and 5 star hotels in the Italian Dolomites, and fantastic skiing on 740 miles of piste. Great for both adults and families.  For the truly adventurous, how about trying a ski safari in the Dolomites?
  • For ski enthusiasts interested in private chalets of exceptional quality, it's hard to beat Sir Richard Branson's Lodge in Verbier or, as Tatler Magazine puts it: 'the finest winter chalet in the French Alps' Ferme de Moudon near Les Gets.
  • We also have a selection of excellent chalets in Chamonix
hotel rosengarten

hotel rosengarten

Immerse yourself in contemporary luxury at the Relais & Chateaux hotel Rosengarten. Situated in the…