Current news

  • Slope 21 is now run as a black slope!


  • No nightskiing at the gaisberg at the moment!


Current lift status


  • open facilities
  • all facilities

Current slope status


  • open pistes
  • all pistes

Current weather Hahnenkamm

Dry and sunny throughout the day with hardly any clouds.





  • 7 h
  • 7 km/h
  • 57 mm
min -2°C
max 5°C
min -7°C
max -2°C
min -9°C
max -6°C

Data is supplied from ZAMG

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KitzSki season ticket

valid from 1. May 2019 until 3. May 2020Now only EUR 660,00

Collect bonus miles

Miles & More: This is how to collect your bonus miles in Kitzbühel

To collect miles in the world’s top ski area, you need a Miles & More service card. For every Euro you spend you receive one Miles & More bonus mile.

This is how to collect your bonus miles in the Kitzbühel ski area:

By purchasing ski passes for the Bergbahn AG Kitzbühel ski area, ski lovers and Miles & More participants can collect bonus miles with immediate effect.
Ticket: Price: Miles:
1-day ticket in the peak season = 58.00 € = 58 miles

Earn & Spend - KitzSki calling!

To collect the bonus miles, simply present your Miles & More service card when you pay. You'll also need a valid photo ID to redeem the miles.

It’s quick and easy to collect or redeem your miles at the following 7 ticket offices

  • Hahnenkammbahn A1
  • Hornbahn B1
  • Fleckalmbahn A4
  • Maierlbahn E1
  • Resterhöhe G1
  • Pengelsteinbahn D5
  • Wagstätt F1
  • Miles & More ticket offices are clearly signed and therefore easy to find!

Current snow report

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78 cm

Ski slopes-snow height on the mountain

92 cm

Depth of natural snow mountainside

52 cm

Ski slopes-snow height in the valley

5 cm

Snow height in the valley

4 °C

Temperature mountain

5 °C

Temperature valley

Information on measurement techniques

How, when and where do we measure the depth of our snow?

Our 31 high-tech snow groomers send measuring data with GPS co-ordinates every day, which provides very precise information on the snow depth on our slopes.

Slope snow depth = the total depth of natural plus artificial snow on our ski runs.

Slope snow depth/mountain = an average of all the GPS measuring data collected every day on our slopes in the ski area that are over 1,600m above sea level.

Slope snow depth/valley = an average of all the GPS measuring data collected every day on our slopes in the ski resort around the valley stations (up to 100 metres above)

Natural snow depth/mountain: an automatic measuring station on the Schwarzkogel mountain ( provides the latest data every day from 1,700m above sea level. (Note: snow drifts can influence measuring data!)