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The Kitzbühel / Kirchberg ski area nestles between the Kitzbüheler Horn and the Hahnenkamm, at the altitude of 800 to 2000 metres. The Kitzbühel / Kirchberg ski area spans seven districts and two states (Tyrol + Salzburg). The towns of Kitzbühel, Reith, Aurach, Jochberg, Pass Thurn-Mittersill, Hollersbach along with Kirchberg and Aschau in Spertental, are a part of this area. Kirchberg offers plenty of holiday options centered on culture, gastronomy, sports and relaxation for your winter holidays in Tyrol.
The ski area around Kitzbühel provides 170 km of very well-groomed ski runs and 32 km of ski routes, served by 51 cable cars and lifts. 99 km out of 170 km are artificially snowed. Snow coverage is guaranteed by the advanced system of snow guns. There is a very special service on offer for beginners and those getting back into the swing of things – in each town in the Kitzbühel ski area all practice lifts in the valley can be used free of charge.
The closest airports are Salzburg (80 km), Innsbruck (95 km) and Munich (160 km). The Airport Shuttles take guests to their holiday destination at a reasonable price.
The majority of towns in the Kitzbüheler Alpen have train stations, which have international train connections. Regional train stations in the Kitzbüheler Alpen are: Brixen im Thale, Kirchbichl, Westendorf in Tirol, Oberndorf in Tirol and Hopfgarten im Brixental. Proceed by a taxi from the train station right to your accommodation.
Going to the Kitzbüheler Alpen is easy by car. All you need to know if the itinerary. There are no annoying dams or tiring switchbacks and passes en route. Kirchberg is easily accessible via well-developed A-roads and minor roads.
From Munich: From the “München Süd” motorway intersection (road splits for all directions) A8 to Salzburg. Follow the A8 for around 56 km. At the motorway junction (56) Inntal/101 change from the A8, to proceed on the A93 heading to I, Innsbruck, A93, Kufstein, Brenner. Follow the A93 for around 25 km. Now you have reached Austria. Change from the A93 to the A12. Leave the A12 at junction (17) Wörgl Ost, heading to St. Johann in Tyrol, Brixental, Wörgl-Ost and drive on Lofererstraße (B171). Follow this road for around 4km.
From Austria, Salzburg: Take the A1 or the A10 to the “Salzburg West” exit, or proceed via the Austro-German border on the A8 to the “Bad Reichenhall” exit. Follow the main road, the 178, via Lofer, and the 21 (GER) to Lofer.
From Italy, coming from Innsbruck: take the Brenner motorway to Innsbruck, in Innsbruck take the A12 to Salzburg/Germany. Leave the A12 at the junction (17) Wörgl Ost, heading for St. Johann, Brixental, Wörgl-Ost and take Lofererstraße (B171). Follow this road for around 4 km. From here follow the signposts to get to your chosen holiday destination.
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