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Skiing near Tiefenbrunner Hotel in Kitzbühel, Austria

Skiing

Kitzbühel one of the most beautiful skiing areas in the Kitzbühel alps

Special features for skiers:

  • Buy ski passes at the reception and safe long waiting times at the lift station

  • Ski and boot storage room at the hotel as well as boot heating facilities

  • Main lift in walking distance – about 7 minutes Hahnenkamm or Kitzbüher Horn gondola

  • Public bus stop for ski-bus (free of charge) at the rear of the hotel, every 15 – 30 minutes, as well as public busses to Kirchberg, Fleckalmbahn, Jochberg or Pass Thurn

  • Pist-map, bus timetables and information on best mountain restaurants at the reception

  • Well informed staff to recommend the best slopes for beginners, families, advanced skiers,..

  • Reservation of private instructors, group lessons, ski guides, restaurants

  • Daily weather information in the morning post at breakfast

  • Daily information on opened slopes and lifts, danger of avalanches

  • Small maintenance kit if necessary

  • Storage for skies and boots throughout the year (so you don’t need to take your skies back home)

170 km well prepared slopes (99 of which with artificial snow) with different levels of difficulty everybody finds the ideal place to enjoy an unforgettable holiday. Rates for the ski-passes in winter you can find under the Bergbahn Kitzbühel website.

Lifts are within easy walking distance (7 minutes through the town) or with the ski-bus (free of charge) running from the back of the hotel every 15 - 30 minutes.

Panoramic views of the skiing area

Skiing near Tiefenbrunner Hotel in Kitzbühel, Austria

Snowboarding

Snowboarders find a real paradise on the HANGLALM - fun park with all type of jumps

The Kitzbühel Horn with all natural and no artificial snow is well known and favourite snowboarding area

  • Buy lift passes at the reception and safe long waiting times at the lift station

  • Snowboard and boot storage room at the hotel as well as boot heating facilities

  • Main lift in walking distance – about 7 minutes Hahnenkamm or Kitzbüher Horn gondola

  • Public bus stop for ski-bus (free of charge) at the rear of the hotel, every 15 – 30 minutes, as well as public busses to Kirchberg, Fleckalmbahn, Jochberg or Pass Thurn

  • Pist-map, bus timetables and information on best mountain restaurants at the reception

  • Well informed staff to recommend the best slopes for beginners to advanced snowboarders, information about fun-parks,..

  • Reservation of private instructors, group lessons, snowboard guides, restaurants

  • Daily weather information in the morning post at breakfast

  • Daily information on opened slopes and lifts, danger of avalanches

  • Small maintenance kit if necessary

  • Storage for skies and boots throughout the year (so you don’t need to take your skies back home)

Skiing near Tiefenbrunner Hotel in Kitzbühel, Austria

Ski Schools in Kitzbühel

No matter if you are ab beginner, intermediate or advanced skier or have not skied for a couple of years. The local ski-schools offer a wide range of skiing, snowboarding and cross-country skiing instructors. There are group lessons especially for children or private instructors for full day or half day:

* Ski school "Red Devils"
office just in front of the Hahnenkamm lift station, beginner training area opposite the Hahnenkamm lift station with little booking office.

* Ski school "element3"
Office at the K3 conference center next to the Aquarena, beginner area at the Ganslern lift station. 

* Ski Alpin Kitzbühel
Recommended for advanced and experienced skiers and for those who want to try off piste skiing.

Our reception team is ready to assist you booking your skiing instructors. Just let us know the number of persons, the age (if it will be for children) the level of skiing (beginner, intermediate or advanced skier), full day or half day, morning (10.00 – 12.00) or afternoon (13.30 to 15.30). They either meet you at their offices or pick you up from the hotel.

 

Staff of Tiefenbrunner Hotel in Kitzbühel, Austria

Ski and Mountain Guide

The Alpine World with all its peaks, hidden places, attractions and outstanding views is fascinating and exciting.

Enjoy a climbing tour, tours of the high peaks, hikes in the Kitzbühel Alps in summer time or deep-snow skiing, “firn” skiing, Austria ski touring or adventures on the high slopes in winter.

Helmut Mitterer, partner of the owner Maria Brunner is a well-experienced and highly qualified ski- and mountain guide and will be there for any kind of advice and tips for the best tours away from tourist trails.

For more information, call: +43 (0)664 10 20 623

Additional information available at: info@hotel-tiefenbrunner.at

tarif: Euro 300,-- per day
10% discount for hotel guests

Ski rental at Tiefenbrunner Hotel in Kitzbühel, Austria

Ski Equipment

Many people do not want regularly buy their skiing equipment any more, especially for children. You can avoid overweight payment on flights and storage problems at home. You can easily rent your perfect equipment with one of the following local providers. If you pre-book only they also offer you discounts.

* Ski rental "Intersport Kitzsport" (inside the Hahnenkamm lift station with ski-safes or deposit wardrobes for skies and boots for 2 or 4 persons, we recommend to pre-book especially during the main holiday weeks)
* Ski rental "Sport Etz"
on the way to the Hahnenkamm lift station
* Ski rental "Hervis"
Right in front of the Hahnenkamm lift station

Our tip – take a photo of the number on your rental skies to avoid to mix it up at the restaurants,..

For those who don’t want to pre-book we do have discount voucher at the reception.

Skiing near Tiefenbrunner Hotel in Kitzbühel, Austria

Cross Country Skiing

Around Kitzbuhel and the "Wide Kaiser" there are 500 km well prepared cross country tracks free of charge

Special features for skiers:

  • Ski and boot storage room at the hotel as well as boot heating facilities

  • “Stadtloipe” city cross country track Kitzbühel within 10 minutes walking distance

  • Cross country skiing equipment rental in walking distance

  • Map for cross country skiing and information on reception

  • public bus stop to reach other cross country areas at the Pass Thurn or Schwarzsee lake right behind the hotel

  • Well informed staff to recommend the best tracks for beginners to advanced cross country skiers

  • Reservation of private instructors on request

  • Daily weather information in the morning post at breakfast

  • Small maintenance kit if necessary

  • Storage for skies and boots throughout the year (so you don’t need to take your skies back home)

Skiing near Tiefenbrunner Hotel in Kitzbühel, Austria

FlS - Rules of Conduct for Skiers & Snowboarders

       1. Respect for others

A Skier or snowboarder must behave in such a way that he does not endanger or prejudice others.

  1. Control of speed and skiing or  snowboarding

A Skier or Snowboarder must move in control.  He/she must adapt his speed and manner of skiing or snowboarding to his/her personal ability and to the prevailing conditions of terrain, Snow and weather as well as to the density of traffic.

  1. Choice of route
    A skier or snowboarder coming from behind must choose his route in such a way that he/she does not endanger skiers or snowboarders ahead.

  2. 0vertaking
    A skier or snowboarder may overtake another skier or Snowboarder above or below and to the right or to the left provided, that he/she leaves enough space for the overtaken skier or snowboarder to make any voluntary or involuntary movement.

  3. Entering, starting and moving upwards

A skier or snowboarder entering a marked run, starting again after stopping or moving upwards on the slopes must look up and down the slopes that he can do so without endangering himself or others.

  1. Stopping on the slopes
    Unless absolutely necessary, a skier or snowboarder must avoid stopping on the piste in narrow places or where visibility is restricted. After a fall in such a place, a skier or snowboarder must move clear of the piste as soon as possible.

  2. Climbing and descending on foot
    A Skier or Snowboarder either climbing or descending on foot must keep to the side of the piste.

  3. Respect for signs and markings
    A skier or snowboarder must respect all signs and markings.

  4. Assistance
    At accidents, every skier or snowboarder is duty bound to assist.

  5. Identifiiation
    Every skier or snowboarder and witness, whether a responsible party or not, must exchange names and addresses following an accident.

Emergency number for piste rescue: 140
or International emergency: 112

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