medium medium
6.6 km 6.6 km
4 h 4 h
Starting point: Parkplatz Drei-Seen-Bahn Kühtai (gebührenfrei)
Endpoint: Gipfel des Sulzkogel
City: Kühtai

Kühtai at a glance

Tourist Information Kühtai

Kühtai 42, 6183 Kühtai
Monday-Sunday 9.00 am - 12.00 am
Monday-Sunday 1.00 pm - 5.00 pm

At an altitude of 2,020 metres above sea level, Kühtai is already higher than some mountain huts. This unique location makes the village an absolute paradise for skiing and hiking. In winter, Kühtai is the highest ski resort in Austria. In summer, it's the highest starting point for hikes. The resort captivates visitors with its crystal clear mountain lakes embedded in the high mountain landscape. Kühtai is best reached by car, as it is only around 40 kilometres or a 45-minute drive from Innsbruck, the capital city of Tyrol.

Kühtai ski resort

Thanks to its location at an altitude of 2,020 metres above sea level, Kühtai offers the ultimate skiing experience. The village, which is also called Kühtai, lies in the centre of the ski resort at 2,020 metres above sea level and the slopes all go up from there. This makes Kühtai the highest ski resort in Austria except for the glaciers. Kühtai is so snow-sure that you can ski there…

Off the slopes

Kühtai is also home to lots of fun winter sports that take you away from the ski slopes. Cross-country ski trails, a toboggan run and snowshoeing add great variety to your holiday. If you want, you can even learn how to build an igloo in Kühtai.

World Champions train in Kühtai

The climate and air quality in Kühtai are also highly valued by sportsmen and women. Numerous professional athletes and ambitious sports teams come to the High Altitude Training Centre in Kühtai to do altitude training. And it results in great success, as is shown by the Road World Champion from the UCI Road World Championships 2018: Anna van der Breggen came to Kühtai to train before the World Championships and promptly won gold and silver in her World Championship races.

In summer: hiking

Kühtai is very lively in winter but then transforms into a tranquil summer hiking destination. The village is surrounded by tours and trails that tempt visitors up into the high-alpine mountains. It is particularly beautiful when the alpine roses are in bloom and the mountain slopes are bathed in bright pink. Thanks to the high altitude, you can enjoy fresh, low-pollen air and pleasant temperatures when hiking in the area around Kühtai.

The Innsbruck Card

Visit museums, use public transport in the city and ride up to the most beautiful peaks for free.

The Welcome Card

Free additional services for your stay with the Welcome Card and the Welcome Card plus. An upgrade to include attractions throughout the whole of Tyrol is possible thanks to the Welcome Card unlimited.

The guided active programme

Free and healthy

Winter in the Innsbruck region is as diverse as its guests: whether you are looking for something leisurely and relaxing or sporty and challenging, we've got the perfect taster session for every beginner and the ideal challenge for pros – with stunning panoramic views along the way. With a stay of 2 nights, the free Welcome Card gives you access to an extensive active programme full of fantastic tours accompanied by certified guides.

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