Ski resort ratings for Kirchberg in Tirol compared to all other ski resorts. Based on 190 reviews.
Apres ski hot spot of Tyrol! This little town is popular with young people from Holland, GB and lately Eastern Europa because it has a lot of pubs and bars in town and on the slopes. It reasonably priced for it's hotels and guesthouses. It is not as chic and populair as it's neighbour Kitzbuhel, but a whole lot more charming. They do share the same skiarea. It's quite big too! The slopes are mainly easy reds. There are three different gondola and chair lift stations: two just outside Kirchberg, and one near the center.
Review by Anne-marie Koek from Enschede on Thursday Jul 2nd. Visited Kirchberg in Tirol in march 2009 as couple
Zeer gemoedelijk en authentiek tirools dorpje vlakbij Kitzbuhel. Kirchberg ligt gunstig in het skigebied van Kitzbuhel-Kirchberg-Pass Turn. Het skigebied is toegankelijk vanaf drie punten in of vlakbij Kirchberg.
Wij komen al meer dan 7 jaar in Kirchberg, en het verveeld niet. Er zijn genoeg skimogelijkheden voor alle niveaus.
De bars en restaurants op de pistes zijn echt super gezellig! Ook de apres ski in Kirchberg zelf behoort tot de top!
Review by Claire from Bennekom on Sunday Mar 8th. Visited Kirchberg in Tirol in march 2009 as couple
Little charming resort close to Kitzbuhel. The 3.5km 3S bahn connects the Penkenstein mountain top to Jochberg, Pass Turn and beyond. Pass Turn has some nice black slopes (Zweitausender). In between there are beautiful cruising tracks.
Neighbouring Kitzbuhel has an excellent selection of reds, and of course the famous Hahnenkahm.
Kirchberg is very lively for such a small resort. Lot's of Apres Ski.
All in all a great destination to keep you busy for at least a week!
Review by Dirck Van Doorn from Den Haag on Sunday Mar 1st. Visited Kirchberg in Tirol in january 2009 as couple
Has the obvious benefit of being able to ski the Kitzbuhel ski area without having to pay the Kitzbuhel prices. Small friendly resort, has plenty of everything you need to enjoy a weeks skiing. Added bonus of now having a link up the valley across to Westendorf giving it a much greater variety of runs for all standard of skier. Try the nightskiing on a Thursday/Friday night. Awesome. Had the fortunate position of skiing on the Gaisberg over the New Year with the American Female ski team who base themselves in Kirchberg for the Winter. It helped when we also had Bode Miller along training. All in all if its good enough for him...
Review by Martin Mckinley from Clonsilla on Saturday Oct 18th. Visited Kirchberg in Tirol in january 2008 as single
This is a small, typical tyrolean village with a massive skiarena in it's backyard, as part of the Kitzbuhel skiregion (close 180km of slopes!). Compared to Kitzbuhel it is more catered to young people. It has more than it's share of pubs and apres-ski bars. You should try the onslope bar Oberkaser, and actually all other pubs you pass on your way down to Kirchberg village at the end of the day. The skiregion is diverse. Just above Kirchberg, there is a very compact bowl with some challenging reds and blacks. At the other end of the bowl you can take the 3s bahn to the rest of the skiregion; all the way to Pass Turn. There you will find a mixture of nice and easy blues and reds. Some nice cr
Review by Jurgen from Tilburg on Wednesday Sep 10th. Visited Kirchberg in Tirol in march 2008 as friends