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  • Ski area

    At 2020m, Kühtai ski resort is one of the highest ski villages in Austria. This high altitude means that it is an incredibly snowsure resort, and combined with fantastic snow making facilities - which cover around 80% of the 41km of slopes – you are sure to have some great snow to carve on!

    Whilst Kühtai is not generally considered as a beginner’s resort, it does have two great beginner areas with nursery slopes; besides, Ochsengarten is just a short bus ride away should you need more. Here they have plenty of runs that are perfect for beginners and offer up a fair bit of variety. Skiing in Kühtai really offers a lot to the intermediates, with around 26km of red runs, there is more than enough to keep you occupied! If you fancy a challenge you can hit some of the black runs up by the Gaiskogellift button lift. But if you think your legs are really up for it, take on the longest black run in the resort - the HoheMut.

    Intermediate and advanced skiers and snowboarders are well looked after, with some challenging slopes and a well-equipped terrain park there's certainly enough to explore. However, if you fancy taking it a step further, then there is a vast amount of ski touring to be had in the area – so grab a guide and have a go!

    The resort

    High up in the Austrian Alps and less than an hour from Innsbruck, the sweet little ski in/out village of Kühtai is a great resort for a romantic ski weekend away. This high altitude resort offers more than enough skiing to keep you occupied, but due to its link with the OlympiaWorld ski pass, it also means that you are able to discover 8 other ski resorts around Innsbruck. 

    Thanks to the high altitude, the views from Kühtai are stunning to say the least. Couple this with some night skiing, and you are set for an absolutely unforgettable evening at the top of the world! If you have had enough of skiing for the day, then get involved with some night time tobogganing on the 2.5 km, purpose built toboggan run or take a romantic sleigh ride around the village.

     A lot of the après ski and dining is focused around hotels, though the Pizzeria Rustica is a great restaurant to check out for pizza lovers, and ‘Zeitlos Schrimbar’ for the après (or cheesy Austrian pop) lovers!


    Top elevation: 2520m

    Resort: 2020m

    Lifts in area: 12

    Pistes: 41kms

    Kühtai profile

    • Beginner
    • Intermediate
    • Advanced
    • Snowboarding

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    Transfer details

    Transfer Time: From Innsbruck is approximately 45 minutes. From Salzburg is approximately 2 hour 30 minutes. From Munich is approximately 2 hours 30 minutes.

    Transfer Type: Minibus or Coach

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