Leave tracks in the snow

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Leave tracks in the snow

Experience the Tyrolean mountain winter in Kufsteinerland and make tracks in the snow.

Let’s hit the slopes

With more than 90 lifts, skiers and snowboarders can conquer the mountains in the nearby "SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser Brixental", one of the largest connected ski areas in Austria. Families and anyone who likes to take things a little slower will find their perfect ski slope in the Thiersee Valley: in the ski area "Tirolina" as well as at the Hager and Sonnseit lifts. Ski busses are also offered from Thiersee to the nearby ski area in Bayrischzell.

Full of experiences

Away from the ski runs there is also a variety of activities that are either sporty, relaxing and/or entertaining: spend your time on a fun toboggan run, cross-country skiing, winter hiking, or visiting the Kufstein Fortress. In the current weekly winter programme the busy "winter activity designers" have also put together an interesting programme to let you recharge your batteries. The well-trained hiking guide team takes you on daytime and night-time snowshoe hikes, energetic well-being hikes, fire torch hikes and qi gong walks. This programme is free for Kufsteinerland guests, and guarantees a varied vacation.


There are also a variety of impressive events in winter: the traditional Tyrolean advent with carol singers and a Christmassy children's program lets you experience Christmas magic at the historical Kufstein Fortress and at the Christmas market in the Kufstein city park. Every 5th of January things take a romantic turn with the "Festival of 1000 lights", when candles and fire torches replace electric lights in the fortress city for one night.

"Wagnerians", on the other hand, will enjoy their most memorable holiday moments at the top-class Tyrolean festival Erl, from December 16th 2018 to January 6th 2019. The Tyrolean festival Erl has become internationally famous under the artistic direction of maestro Gustav Kuhn and takes place annually in both summer and winter, in the newly constructed and architecturally striking Festival Hall.