The Kitzbühel Alps stretch from the Zillertal Valley in the west to Lake Zell in the east. The holiday region includes around 20 charming and well-known destinations like Kitzbühel, Brixen, Westendorf, St. Johann in Tirol or Wörgl.
The network of hiking trails is around 2.500 km long, reaching up to 2.500 altitude metres. The signposted hiking trails run between gentle grass hills and the Wilder Kaiser Massif.
Here an insider tip from the Tyrolean Lowlands: The Torhelm, 2.494 m, is known as the highest-situated hikeable summit in the Kitzbühel Alps. Interesting for mountain bikers is that the Kitzbühel Alps have been awarded the title ”Approved Bike Area 2017“. Thus, top quality and services for a mountain bike holiday are guaranteed in this region.
Children also get in the Kitzbühel Alps what their heart desires. The mountain adventure worlds between alpine pastures, meadows, forests and crystal-clear mountain streams and refreshing lakes leave no time for boredom. Dinosaurs, witches, ghosts and magical worlds await to be discovered.
The ski resorts in the Kitzbühel Alps are famous across the world. One of the largest and most modern of them is the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental ski resort. The pistes of Kitzbühel / Kirchberg achieved unforgettable fame through the media reporting on the World Cup races on the Streif. Nobles, celebrities and “A-listers“ meet at popular events and bring glamour to the mountain town of Kitzbühel. Families have different requirements. These are satisfied in St. Johann in Tirol / Oberndorf because the kids call the shots here. The village of Fieberbrunn in the Pillersee Valley has joined the “coolest“ ski resort in the Salzburger Land. The Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Fieberbrunn awaits with additional 270 km of perfectly groomed pistes and 70 modern lift facilities.
But it’s not all about skiing. There are many popular alternative winter sports that can be enjoyed in the Kitzbühel Alps; cross-country skiing is just one of them. Over 700 km of cross-country ski tracks, even in snow-reliable altitudes, are available and many of them can be used free of charge.
Almliesl is proud that its range of holiday accommodations includes quaint forest and alpine huts of the Austrian state-owned woods in the Kitzbühel Alps. This exclusive partnership has been successful for the past 20 years. Bringing life in the mountains and forests of Tyrol closer to you is the main objective of this partnership. Further Almliesl holiday homes of the Austrian state-owned woods in Tyrol can be found in Waidring and Landl-Thiersee. How do the Tyrolean locals say when something is really good? “Oafoch bärig!“ - simply great!