Skiing at 2,520 m a.s.l. - Austria’s highest located skiing village offers ski and fun until late spring.
There is something for every taste in the renowned Kühtai skiing area, in which most of the 41 km of well-groomed slopes are of medium difficulty. However, there are also some challenging slopes as well as slopes for beginners. Due to its altitude of more than 2,000 m a.s.l. it is snow sure until late spring, furthermore 78% of the runs can be covered with artificial snow. The Bergbahnen Kühtai lift facilities take you directly from the village into the skiing area. And those who cannot get enough during the day can also enjoy nighttime skiing twice a week.
For some years now, with the same ski pass you can also ski in the Hochoetz skiing area (Hochoetz-Kühtai ski region, 85 km of slopes and 25 lift facilities). The two skiing areas are connected by a ski bus that runs every half-hour. The offer of the Kühtai skiing area is completed by the KidsPark for beginners and children and the KPark, a fun park for freeskiers and snowboarders boasting a SuperPipe, SlopeStyle, Ski- and BoarderCross.
Kühtai received the stamp of quality for ski runs awarded by the State of Tyrol. You have access to the skiing area also with the Snow Card Tyrol (more than 90 skiing areas in Tyrol) and the Freizeitticket Tyrol (32 skiing areas and other leisure time facilities in Tyrol). Moreover, the SKI plus CITY Pass (13 skiing areas around Innsbruck and the Stubaital valley, formerly known as Olympia SkiWorld Innsbruck) is valid here, as Kühtai is ideally located just 35 km from the Alpine City...
- Opening hours: 9 am - 4 pm
- Altitude: 2,020 - 2,520 m a.s.l.
- Ski slopes: 41 km (6 km easy / 26 km medium / 6 km difficult / 3 km ski routes)
- Snowmaking: 78% of the slopes
- Lift facilities: 12 lifts
- Toboggan runs: 1 run (2.5 km)
- Cross-country ski tracks: 11 km
- Further information: phone: +43 5239 5229, email@example.com
Dates may vary according to weather and snow conditions or additional health measures!