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    • open pistes
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    Current weather Hahnenkamm

    Dry and bright with plenty of sunshine, clouds will be rare.





    • 8 h
    • 6 km/h
    • 0 mm
    min 6°C
    max 13°C
    min 6°C
    max 13°C
    min 6°C
    max 15°C

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    "Best of KitzSki"

    Experience the varied ski routes and get to know the insider tips of the KitzSki Arena.

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    03.10.2020 - 10.10.2020

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    KitzSki season ticket

    valid from 29. May 2020 until 2. May 2021Now only EUR 693,00

    Memories to take home with you: KitzSki photo points

    Photo locations with marvellous panoramic backdrops. For memories that will last forever.

    Interested in finding the best locations for taking a photo in the Kitzbühel|Kirchberg ski area? We’ve got two photo points that you definitely won’t want to miss out on.
    You’ll find your perfect photo points directly adjacent to the exit area for the 8-seater Steinbergkogel chairlift, and at a new location off the 8-seater Brunn chairlift. Both sites are almost 2,000 metres above sea level.

    What’s more, as our KitzSki guest, your ski ticket allows you to use the photo points for free!

    Just take a seat on the impressive Kitzgams chair made by LEITNER ropeways, enjoy the most beautiful mountain panorama of the Hohe Tauern mountain range in the background – and don’t forget to smile! When you want to retrieve your photo, simply go to and enter your ski pass number. Naturally, your wonderful souvenir photo can also be sent to all your friends!

    Photo point Steinbergkogel 1,972 m

    Photo point Brunn 1,930m

    NEW: Android App

    We're transforming skiing with the Android app from the Skiline Community! Skiing is all about performance, and performance is quantifiable – even for normal piste addicts! After registering via the app or at, you can view your skiing day as a personal performance chart in the form of a Skiline altitude-related diagram. You can, of course, also shoot your own ski movie or compete with other skiers in Skiline competitions.

    Here’s what you need to do:
    Enter your ski pass number in the app or at, after which you’ll have access to your personal altitude-related diagram. It will show you how many altitude metres you've gained, the number of kilometres you've skied and the lifts you've used during your day's skiing. You’re sure to be amazed by how it all looks!