The Legend. Legends which do more than just write history â€“ they also bring history to life. Shaped by the mountains, an enthusiasm for sport and a desire to succeed. A passion which becomes a zest for life.
When the Kaiser wears its winter coat. View from the Hahnenkamm to the impressive Wilder Kaiser.
The legendary Hahnenkamm Race – ‘the’ race attracts 80,000 visitors every year.
Between the legends of yesterday and heroes of today. When we talk about legends, we are not just referring to the past since Kitzbühel hosts sporting events which write history year after year. The legend surrounding the Hahnenkamm race remains unrivalled. It is
simply THE race. A race which leaves both the participants and onlookers short of breath and describes the character of this small town better than any words could.
The legendary ‘wonder’ ski team: Ernst Hinterseer, Hias Leitner, Christian Pravda, Fritz Huber jr., Anderl Molterer, Toni Sailer.
One man wrote stories about art, tourism and architecture. KitzbĂźhelâ€™s colourful houses, illustrated by Alfons Walde.
When history becomes the present day. The name Kitzbühel is shaped by the extensive landscape paired with the majestic mountain backdrop of the Wilder Kaiser, Kitzbüheler Horn and Hahnenkamm and has always represented two main things – sport and
lifestyle. While often claimed to be opposites, these two elements in fact form a charming symbiosis and represent everything we love about Kitzbühel: a town with self-confidence and prominence. A town which keeps up with
the times. Kitzbühel both motivates and captivates its guests with a unique historical old town influenced by Alfons Walde and promises wonderful times ahead.
Skiing in the sun on the Hahnenkamm high plateau.
Amid day dreams and flights of fancy. Lake Schwarzsee, the warmest moor lake in the Tirol.
Day dreams and sporting events. The power of the Summer is motivating and activities go hand-in-hand with relaxation. Mountains, meadows and water create a special feeling. Summer in Kitzbühel set amidst the dizzying heights and sporting events is
something completely different. Here, nature hosts top activities throughout the region’s 3 seasons and the sporting events form a real highlight. International triathlon, tennis, biking and running challenges take place each
year in Kitzbühel, bringing sport to life. Kitzbühel is a town of victory.
Triathlon and the Tennis Trophy. The No. 1 sports town in the heart of the Alps is the stage for top sporting events, year in year out.
The mountains fill visitors with inspiration. Your mind conjures up adventures – and these soon become a reality. Hiking, running, mountain biking, cycling, golfing, walking, picnicking or simply enjoying – Kitzbühel is a source of motivation.
Feel the rhythm of nature – the golf green is transformed into a red carpet and hosts top class golfing tournaments. It is not without good reason that Kitzbühel is known as the golfing centre of the Alps. 4 clubs in Kitzbühel
as well as 30 additional top courses, no more than 100 km away, offer everything a golfer’s heart could desire.
Tirol hospitality, firmly rooted, is alive and well.
Zest for life in Kitzbühel. The diversity of restaurants on offer in Kitzbühel ranges from multi-award winning Gault Millau restaurants to traditional Tyrol guesthouses. There are no limits to the culinary delights of Kitzbühel. Shopping experi-
ences are also in abundance with one brand after another to choose from. This is of great significance in Kitzbühel. Top designers and labels combined with the sophisticated setting attract many international guests. The high
proportion of 5 and 4 star hotels as well as innovative establishments promise a holiday with a special difference. Discover a zest for life in Kitzbühel.
Kitzbühel - Reith - Aurach - Jochberg. The resorts of Kitzbühel, Reith, Aurach and Jochberg all have their own unique character yet have one thing in common – they guarantee a holiday for the body and mind. The wide range of sports, events and relaxation opportunities in the 4 resorts makes this a captivating region, year in year out. Savour the top quality hotels and explore the lively local hospitality. Kitzbühel – Home to the Hahnenkamm, Snow-Polo, Triathlon and Tennis Trophy. The heart of this town beats loud and strong. Kitzbühel is the no. 1 town for sport at the heart of the Alps and charmingly combines tradition and lifestyle like no other town. The Kitzbühel legend comprises its own unique charm as well
as the sporting energy of the town and its top hotels and restaurants, making Kitzbühel a prominent hot spot in the Alpine region. Reith – is defined by its sportiness. From the golf green and Schwarzsee lake to the walking and biking routes in Summer, not forgetting the Winter sporting offers, in particular Nordic walking. You come into close contact with nature on the panoramic hikes and walks through the blueberry fields. Aurach – defined with sunshine and cultural sights. The traditional architecture makes the town a particular Tyrolean treasure. The themed walks and the Wildlife Park attract
many guests. Aurach is also the ideal resort for all the family in Winter thanks to its ski resort location and direct links to the cross-country network. Jochberg – the name speaks for itself and attracts hikers back year after year. Jochberg is without doubt a true ‘gem of nature’. Mountain bikers and walkers are in their element here. The unique highlights include the heated woodland swimming pool, numerous themed walks, farming museum, Sintersbach waterfall and ice rink made from revitalised water in Winter. The direct access to the Kitzbühel ski resort is an added benefit for skiing enthusiasts.
Four resorts â€“ one feeling.
When words are not enough. Gieringer Weiher in Reith near KitzbĂźhel.
Legendary in autumn too. The Hahnenkamm with a view to the KitzbĂźheler Horn.
Easy access. Whether you choose to arrive by shuttle, personal VIP taxi or train – this town has convenient transport links to the Munich, Salzburg and Innsbruck airports.
Aeroplane: Munich airport: 160 km, www.munich-airport.de Salzburg airport: 80 km, www.salzburg-airport.com Innsbruck airport: 90 km, www.innsbruck-airport.com Train: Kitzbühel international railway station Timetables at www.oebb.at Snow express in Winter from Salzburg airport – book at www.salzburg-airport.com Car: From the direction of Innsbruck: A12 motorway to Wörgl-Ost, 30 km main road to Kitzbühel From the direction of Munich: A12 motorway to Kufstein-Süd, 26 km main road to Kitzbühel
Munich 125 km
Salzburg 80 km Vienna 380 km
St. Johann in Tirol 173
Innsbruck 95 km Zurich 370 km Milan 480 km
Motorway Federal Highway Railway Road number Pass
Lienz 88 km
Photos: Kitzbühel Tourismus, Herbert J. Wackerle, Golf image: Joe Hölzl, Wunderteam: Stadtarchiv Kitzbühel, Polo: Lifestyle Event GmbH, Triathlon: Paul Bachmann, Triathlon Verein Kitzbühel, Albin Niederstrasser, Markus Mitterer; © Chamois-Logo-Design: Alfons Walde 1933/VBK Vienna. Errors, omissions printing & typing errors and modifications excepted.
When a new day dawns, the gentle natural landscape impresses.
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