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Highlights at over 2,000 meters
Hidden away in the Stubai Alps, on the Kühtai Saddle between the Nedertal valley and the Sellrain Valley, lies Austria’s highest and most snow-sure winter sports destination after the glaciers: Kühtai. Full of character. Pristine. Rooted in nature. Where skiing and hiking fun start at over 2,020 metres. Kühtai has been a hotspot for alpine winter sports since 1909. It hosted the 2012 Winter Youth Olympic Games and was one of the venues for the 2014 Women’s Alpine Skiing World Cup. Ski-in/out: step out of your hotel and onto the slopes. The perfectly-prepared pistes and untouched powder are just begging to be explored – and thanks to the snow guarantee from the beginning of December until after Easter, the skiing fun lasts even longer. When summer comes and the alpine roses bloom, Kühtai becomes a sea of flowers and is transformed into a hiking paradise. Kilometre-long hiking trails weave through the high-alpine terrain up to an altitude of over 3,000 metres.
Summer in Kühtai
Summer holidays - from alpine roses to autumn delights
Perfect timing for the alpine roses: this rare alpine flower blooms every year from the end of June to the end of July, setting the alpine meadows in Kühtai ablaze with a colourful display of pinks and purples.
This is also hiking season – diverse and rich in variety. At one with nature – with mountains close enough to touch. A whole host of impressive 2,000 and 3,000 metre peaks in and around Kühtai are just waiting to be conquered. And the countless trails ensure that mountaineers, families, rock climbers and leisurely hikers will all find the perfect pace, gradient and challenge for them. Exciting encounters with nature, crystal clear alpine lakes and impressive mountain landscapes – these are just some of the natural attractions in Kühtai. From the top of the “Drei-Seen-Bahn” chairlift, you can visit the Plenderlesee lake at over 2,350 metres, the deep blue Finstertaler reservoir, the Sulzkogel at 3,016 metres or the Guben-Schweinfurter mountain hut. The start of the high-alpine via ferrata is just a 20-minute walk away. Or experience the panoramic views from the back of a horse on a guided hack through the mountains around Kühtai. Mountain sports enthusiasts aren’t the only ones who treasure the tranquillity, the pristine surroundings and the healthy mountain air in Kühtai – Olympic champions also come here to train at the Kühtai High-Altitude Training Centre.
Winter in Kühtai
Winter holidays in Kühtai - the home of skiing
A unique winter celebration. Higher. Whiter. More beautiful. 41 kilometres of piste, modern lift systems and snow everywhere you look.
The multi-day ski pass also includes the 39 kilometres of runs in the Hochoetz ski area (easily accessible on the shuttle bus) for even more terrain to explore. Whether fast or leisurely, on skis or a snowboard – Kühtai offers a winning combination of diverse pistes, a freeride paradise with cliffs & steep powder and a fun park with halfpipe. And all this from the beginning of December until well into spring. Because, in Kühtai, one thing is for sure: snow.
Winter is truly exciting in Kühtai.
Experience winter in all its diversity – day and night. Visitors can enjoy night skiing in Kühtai every Wednesday and Saturday, followed by a stop at a mountain hut or an après-ski session in the village. Renowned ski schools help both beginners and more advanced skiers perfect their turns. Here you’ll quickly notice that you learn faster – and no wonder when you’re greeted each morning by such an impressive mountain panorama. Families can savour the many opportunities to spend time together and enjoy winter to the full – little racers and ski princesses are sure to have a wonderful holiday too thanks to the children’s “kindergarten” ski areas and lifts, such as the “magic carpet”. Another highlight of this winter wonderland is the fantastic, 2.5-kilometre-long natural toboggan run, which is illuminated every night. Cross-country skiing, ski touring and snowshoeing also offer lots of fun, many great highlights and intense encounters with nature – and all at amazing heights. Anyone who still hasn’t had enough snow and ice at the end of the day should stay at the Iglu Village in Kühtai. Guided snowshoeing and igloo-building courses included.