This beautiful historic resort is situated between the magnificent mountains of Hahnenkamm and Kitzbuhel Horn in Austria’s exclusive Tyrol province. Located in picture-perfect streets and engulfed by mountains, our ski property for sale in Kitzbuhel is surrounded by some of Austria’s most picturesque landscapes.
The beautiful historic resort of Kitzbuhel is situated between the magnificent mountains of Hahnenkamm and Kitzbuhel Horn in Austria’s exclusive Tyrol province. A hugely popular destination in both summer and winter, this lively medieval town is full of chic buildings and cobbled streets. It is bursting with traditional Austrian charm, while the outskirts of the town offer a wide selection of modern shops and fine restaurants.
All of our ski property for sale in Kitzbuhel benefits from 469km of groomed pistes on the doorstep across The Skiwelt and Kitzski regions. Kitzbuhel is also a fantastic summertime destination thanks to it’s lovely warm weather. Before the snow has started to clear, the sporting season starts with great hiking and running trails and numerous major biking events.
The surrounding countryside is exceptionally picturesque with many forests and stunning Alpine lakes steeped in history – perfect for swimming and water sports!
With three airports within two hours drive, Kitzbuhel is a great choice for ski breaks and short holidays. It is just 70 minutes from Salzburg and Innsbruck airports and 1 hour 50 minutes from Munich airport. All of our ski property for sale in Kitzbuhel also has access to direct train services from Innsbruck, Salzburg and Munich.
Kitzbühel is one of the most legendary sports town’s in the Alps and with 469km of skiing on the doorstep, including the legendary Hahnenkamm downhill race, it is not hard to see why. The region offers fantastic skiing with 228km of blue runs, 189km of red runs and 52km of black runs. With extensive snow cannon coverage, you can enjoy skiing here from early December through to late May. The spectacular and world famous Hahnenkamm downhill race takes place in Kitzbühel every January and is known as the toughest race of the World Cup circuit. The ‘Streif’ run on the Hahnemkamm is 3,200m long and racers can hit speeds of 88mph – this fantastic event attracts nearly 50,000 spectators every season!
Located at the heart of the Kitzbühel Alps, the town is also surrounded by a 500km network of high quality cross-country trails. If this isn’t enough there is a popular 35km one day ‘Ski Safari’ route, with trails marked by an elephant symbol and a special guide available from the tourist office. The entire route also has complete snow-making cover to ensure sublime conditions.
Snowboarders will be kept busy too with The Kitzbühel Horn mountain’s two half pipes, quarter pipe and sprint slalom course. A table jump allows jumps from 5m to 10m and a further second snow park is complete with boxes, kickers and rails.
Off the slopes, our ski property for sale in Kitzbuhel has access to a multitude of wintertime activities. Ice skating, curling and sleigh rides are available in addition to plenty of alternative winter sports. The Mercedes-Benz sports park, which is open year round, has 10 tennis courts, a 17m climbing wall, 100m2 bouldering wall, ice skating, curling and skittles which is great fun for all of the family. The venue also hosts numerous concerts and events throughout the year.
The Wilder-Kaiser area has a further 131km of classic cross-country skiing and skating courses plus a floodlit run for night skiing under the stars – ski paradise! Kitzbuhel and the Wilder-Kaiser ski area have more than 120 mountain huts dotted across the mountainside between them, which are the perfect place to stop for a cool drink and enjoy the traditional Austrian hospitality. Other winter activities in the area include snow tubing and husky sledding.
Thanks to its warm temperatures, Kitzbuhel makes a fantastic summer destination. Our ski property for sale in Kitzbuhel has access to numerous scenic lakes and the wide range of hiking and cycling trails across the surrounding mountains.
As soon as the snow has cleared ‘The Streif’, with 170km of running and walking trails and over 570km of biking trails, are open and challenge you to start your endurance training.
If you don’t fancy cycling up the mountainsides, the ski lifts are open throughout summer and can whisk you and your bike up to the treetops in minutes. Here you can enjoy freewheeling down – stopping at one of the many mountain huts for refreshments.
If you’re feeling more adventurous you could always try rock climbing and canyoning. You could even experience the full beauty of the mountains by paragliding over the Alpine landscape. For extreme climbers, the Wilder Kaiser and the nearby glacier mountains of the Hohe Tauern are a paradise and offer spectacular views of the valleys beyond.
Several tennis courts are also available and keen sun-bathers, swimmers and tri-athletes can use the beautiful Schwarzsee to cool off with a swim – a perfect stop for all of the family.
The Kitzbuhel region has some of the best golfing in Austria with four local courses and a further 19 within an hour’s drive. The four closest clubs are Kitzbuhel, Eichenheim, Rasmushof and Schwarzsee.
The Kitzbuhel club is the most traditional course in the area. Situated on Kitzbuhel’s sunnier slopes and surrounded by beautiful mountain scenery, the resort, clubhouse, ponds with two island greens and the old castle walls provide a PGA quality experience. Its impressive central location and successful heritage have made it one of the best known clubs in Austria.
If you would like to see any of the ski property we have for sale in Kitzbuhel, we would be delighted to arrange a viewing for you. Please see our visiting Austria page and then either email us at email@example.com or call on +44 (0) 207 935 5132
We have representatives in all the resorts we sell in who would be delighted to meet you and show you around. Simply let us know which dates you have in mind and we can help organise everything for you.
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