The ski resort of Kirchberg is a lively village in the Austrian Alps. You can get to the slopes from ... Read more
The ski resort of Kirchberg is a lively village in the Austrian Alps. You can get to the slopes from 3 different places by bus which makes it a great base if you plan to go to the Resterhohe area. To get to the main slopes which are shared with the town of Kitzbuhel you need to take the Fleckalmbahn from Klausen. There are chair lifts too but they are much slower, but you may want to take in the lovely scenery on your way up. There is another smaller ski area on the other side of the valley called Gaisberg which is also a pleasant place to ski.
Ski Line has a good selection of hotels and apartments in the ski resort of Kirchberg.
The night lift in Kirchberg is very lively, there is a good selection of bars and restaurants. Once the slopes close the town comes alive, with Kitzbuhel just down the road there is no shortage of places to eat out and enjoy a good evening drink.
There is a toboggan run in Gaisberg which non skiers will enjoy. You can also visit the local hotel swimming pools for a swim and sauna.
For beginners in Kirchberg there is a lift and a small beginner’s area at the bottom of the Gaisberg slopes. From here there are a couple of short blue runs to progress to boost the confidence before moving onto the red runs.
Intermediates Will enjoy the blues and reds in the local area. Once your confidence has grown you can travel further across the mountains to try out other reds and easy blacks.
There are very few harder runs for the more advanced skier in the local area of Kirchberg. If you Travel across to Kitzbuhel there are a few black runs to try and the off piste here can also be a good challenge.
Snowboarders will need to travel over to the slopes in Kitzbuhel. Here they will find a great terrain park in Horn. There is a much better quantity of runs here for any level of boarder to try out.
Based on weekly average snowfall data November 2000 - April 2018