Reviews Kitzbuhel

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Skiresort ratings for Kitzbuhel compared to all other skiresorts. Based on 180 reviews.

Overall 81 Skiing 78Skiregion 77
NoviceAdvancedExpertOffpisteSnow-sure
8.2 7.68.4 7.77.6 7.27.1 7.07.4 7.6
FamilyAtmosphereNatureWalkingLifts
8.1 7.88.3 7.17.9 7.78.1 7.08.3 7.1
Variety slopesSnowparksCrosscountrySlope preparationSlope orientation
10.0 6.710.0 7.910.0 7.610.0 8.710.0 7.7
RestaurantsSki-in/outAccessEnvironmentFriendliness
10.0 7.710.0 7.48.0 7.38.0 7.58.0 7.5

Chic resort Excellent piste maintenance Lively and young crowd Alpine charm Large ski area Good night life Expensive resort No negative aspects! Crowds and liftlines

7.4 Kitzbuhel, Tirol

Novice
7
Advanced
8
Expert
7
Offpiste
7
Snow
6
Lifts
n.a.
Family
8
Ambiance
8
Nature
8
Walking
8

A very pretty resort nestled amongst beautiful mountains. Low, but when the snow's good offering a good range of runs. Skiing could be more testing, but if you cover the runs in surrounding resorts there's plenty to go at. Black 23 (Steinberkogel Lift) was very enjoyable as usual, but the best skiing/boarding in the area still remains at the other end of the valley at Pass Thurn and is definately worth a look if you haven't been before. As for bars, the best bar in town is called La Fonda and is just up from the tourist ***rmation centre. A really good atmosphere and fantastic staff, you will ALWAYS have a good night in there.

Review by Rebecca Chesworth from London on Tuesday Aug 7th. Visited Kitzbuhel in february 2007 as friends

7.2 Kitzbuhel, Tirol

Novice
8
Advanced
8
Expert
6
Offpiste
7
Snow
7
Lifts
n.a.
Family
8
Ambiance
7
Nature
7
Walking
7

Visited Kitzbuhel for a week from 17-24th March 2007. Journey is short with only a 1hr 15m trf from Salzburg airport. The resort has a town feel to it and doesnt have the traditional ski resort feel Ive experienced elsewhere. The town doesnt have a great number of restaurants to visit. There are quite a few bars, but theyre scattered around, and the apres-ski vibe is pretty non-existant. There is no bar at the bottom of the last run so you have to walk around a bit to find a lively bar. Theres one main gondola to the bottom of the start of the main ski area, and another gondola on the other side of town to take you up to the horn which is a small snowboarder aimed ski area (and the boarder p

Review by Joe from London on Tuesday Apr 17th. Visited Kitzbuhel in march 2007 as friends

7.2 Kitzbuhel, Tirol

Novice
7
Advanced
8
Expert
7
Offpiste
6
Snow
6
Lifts
n.a.
Family
8
Ambiance
8
Nature
7
Walking
8

Zeer mooi en gezellig skigebied. Het enige nadeel is de sneeuwzekerheid. Dit wordt echter opgelost door de nieuwe lift naar Jochberg waar de pistes aan de noordkant liggen. Het dorp ademt gezelligheid uit. Voor de echte apresskiër is het verstandig om naar Kirchberg te gaan. In het dorp is een geweldig restaurant waar je uitmuntend kunt eten. Op de piste is berghaus Tirol een aanrader voor een gezellige en heerlijke middagmaaltijd. Het skigebied is zeer uitgebreid en voor elk wat wils.

Review by Jules from Hoofdorp on Sunday Feb 18th. Visited Kitzbuhel in december 2006 as couple

7.2 Kitzbuhel, Tirol

Novice
7
Advanced
8
Expert
7
Offpiste
7
Snow
6
Lifts
n.a.
Family
8
Ambiance
8
Nature
7
Walking
7

I have worked in kitzbuhel before in the 2001/2002 season, I must say it is a good resort, with good apres, espeically the holzl and the londoner. I must point out though, the area is more for intermediate skiers and boarders. I am a boarder and I found most of it very flat and the only place that was worth going for advaced boarders was pass thurn, on a powder day this is where you wanted to be. eating out was good with the mexican a favourite for the seasonnaires and guests.

Review by Norton from Houston on Monday Feb 5th. Visited Kitzbuhel in february 2002 as single

7.8 Kitzbuhel, Tirol

Novice
8
Advanced
8
Expert
7
Offpiste
7
Snow
7
Lifts
n.a.
Family
8
Ambiance
9
Nature
8
Walking
8

Just returned from a great week in Kitzbuhel. First time to Austria and suitably impressed. Kitz is a gorgeous town with all the Alpine charm you’d expect and more. The Londoner without doubt takes on the mantle of the apres-ski venue with the usual cover band antics and hilarity. The outside bar opposite offers an alternative venue to sip champagne and watch the clientele. For the true connoisseur of afternoon tea there is a great place near the pharmacy on the main strip. This coffee room serves cakes to die for with great selection of teas and coffees. As for the skiing it was superb with plenty of snow albeit the lower parts are starting to suffer from the usual slush and bare patc

Review by Nik Hope from Wales on Tuesday Jan 30th. Visited Kitzbuhel in january 2007 as couple

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