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    Current lift status


    • open facilities
    • all facilities

    Current slope status


    • open pistes
    • all pistes

    Current weather Hahnenkamm

    Dry and partly sunny throughout the day, with cloudy periods from time to time.





    • 5 h
    • 6 km/h
    • 1 mm
    min -2°C
    max 3°C
    min -6°C
    max 2°C
    min -7°C
    max -4°C

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    Snow conditions in the Kitzbühel | Kirchberg ski area: Kitz snow report

    We provide you with daily updates.

    Here you can see all the information at a glance in PDF format. We provide you with a detailed overview: Which lifts and slopes are open? What is the weather like? What are the snow levels in the valley and on the mountains?

    Current avalanche risk

    1 - geringe Lawinengefahr

    The snow mantle is generally good solidified and stabil. Induction is generally only at a big additional burden on very few, extremly steep slopes possible. Spontaneously are only little avalanches (so-called Rutsche) to expect.

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    Bergbahn Kitzbühel informs

    Bergbahn Kitzbühel AG provides information. Which lifts and pistes are open? What is the weather like? How much snow is lying in the valley and on the mountain? You can get all this information at a glance in PDF format.

    Current snow report

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    83 cm

    Ski slopes-snow height on the mountain

    97 cm

    Depth of natural snow mountainside

    50 cm

    Ski slopes-snow height in the valley

    10 cm

    Snow height in the valley

    -2 °C

    Temperature mountain

    -2 °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!)

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