different hiking tours with varying degrees of difficulty criss-cross the mountains around Kitzbühel. Cristal-clear brooks promise refreshment even on the hottest days.
altitude metres must be overcome in the course of the 14 bike racing tracks around the ‘City of the Chamois’. The trails lead to the most beautiful streets in lower Tyrol, the Bavarian Alps and Salzburg’s Pinzgau region.
is the year when archery became an Olympic discipline. In Kitzbühel you can try out your skill with bow and arrow: Two archery courses start right by the ‘Alte Wacht’ inn in Jochberg.
animals live on 1,100 square metres at Wildpark Aurach, Tyrol’s largest outdoor enclosure with a total area of 40 hectares. During long walks visitors can get close to deer, lynx, yak, and marmot.
metres was the distance that Countess Paula von Lamberg managed as she jumped off a ski jump in a dress in 1911. Today she is considered a pioneer of women’s ski jumping in central Europe and she’s known as the ‘flying countess’ all over the world.
kilometres – that’s the length of the panoramic street up to Alpenhaus on Kitzbühel’s Horn. On the way up you get to enjoy magnificent views of Kitzbühel and the Alps. Up there hearty snacks await hungry hikers.
was the year the late Gothic parish church of St. Andrew was built, later it was converted to baroque style. The high altar is particularly fascinating, as is the copper smith’s tomb on the church’s north side.
Gault Millau ‘toques’ for eight restaurants make Kitzbühel and the surrounding holiday villages an El Dorado for epicures. They have the choice between authentic Tyrolean cuisine and creative, international delicacies.
hectares is Schwarzsee’s area, 7 metres its maximum depth. Due to its moor character the lake’s water is said to have healing properties – and another positive effect of the dark waters: the idyllic swimming lake is one of the warmest in the Alps.