Kirchberg is a Tyrol village that has retained its charm and character. The Kirchberg ski resort is less conspicuous than its illustrious neighbour Kitzbühel, but provides a family-friendly atmosphere for your stay. When the slopes close, the traditional village houses come alive. Bars, discotheques and restaurants provide a great après-ski experience for everyone. There are souvenir and ski rental shops, as well as grocery and other food shops to ensure you have a comfortable stay.
If you want to take a break from your skis, Kirchberg has many activities to discover throughout the season, such as a separate 3.4 km toboggan run! You can take a Nordic hike or go snowshoeing and admire the splendid peaks surrounding the village. For relaxation, take the shuttle bus to the Aquarena Aquatic Centre in Kitzbühel for a few laps or some spa treatments.
The Kirchberg ski area
Kirchberg shares its ski area with the Kitzbühel resort. Every year, the Hahnenkamm sector and its famous Streif run host the Alpine Ski World Cup downhill race. For the entire remaining time, enthusiasts have 188 km of trails at their disposal that wind through the pine trees and serve dozens of mountain restaurants for gourmet breaks facing the pristine Tyrol passes.
In your hired skis, you can ski on 25 blue, 27 red and 8 black runs. Freestylers can take advantage of a huge snowpark with thirty or so features for all levels. Nice off-piste areas are also scattered across the Kirchberg ski area. Families can count on numerous ski schools and fun slopes for younger kids to go on their first runs.
Things to know about Kirchberg:
· A welcoming family-friendly resort;
· A famous ski area;
· There are slopes for all levels.
Before you unpack in Kirchberg, remember to book your skis online. Thanks to the fastpass, you can pick up your equipment in the shop without even waiting.