Kirchberg is a delightful village close to Kitzbuhel with which it shares almost one hundred and fifty kilometres of piste. It is connected to the extensive Ski Welt Wilder Kaiser ski area. Although Kirchberg offers skiing for all levels of ability, the majority of the slopes are suited to novices and intermediate skiers. There are also trails for cross country skiers. Lifts provide quick and easy access to the slopes. Ski schools provide tuition for children from three years when skiing and eight years when boarding. There are crèche facilities for children from six months. Hotels, apartments and chalets, provide accommodation to suit all budgets and there are restaurants to suit all tastes. Kirchberg nightlife is lively and the resort is therefore popular with groups of young people.
A Kirchberg ski holiday offers great fun both on and off the slopes.
Why Go To Kirchberg?
Kirchberg is a lively friendly resort that offers opportunities for all levels of expertise in both skiing and snowboarding. Apart from the local ski area, passes can be extended to the extensive Ski Welt Kaiser area. After days on sunny slopes, holidaymakers can enjoy lively evenings in the village.
Who Is Kirchberg Popular With?
A Kirchberg ski holiday is popular with a wide range of skiers, including families, as the slopes accommodate all levels of ability from novices to experts. Its reputation as a lively night spot attracts many young people.
When To Go To Kirchberg
Although the resort lies at a fairly low altitude, at a little under nine hundred metres the Kirchberg ski season lasts from mid December until mid April. Snow cannons supplement nature if there is a paucity of snow.
Kirchberg - The Place
Kirchberg is a pleasant village lying at an altitude of eight hundred and sixty metres in the Kitzbueler Alps beneath the Rettenstein Mountains. Situated in the Kitzbuhel ski area, Kirchberg offers almost one hundred and sixty kilometres of pistes. While the slopes are ideal for all levels of ability, it must be noted that there are limited pistes for advanced skiers. Gaisberg has good nursery slopes and it is here that the schools give tuition. Children are taught skiing from three years and boarding from eight years. Almost half of the slopes are for intermediate skiers giving a variety of difficulty in blue and red runs. There are a small percentage of runs for advanced skiers. There is a snow park in neighbouring Kitzbuhel for snowboarders and there is also good off-piste terrain. There are excellent trails for cross country skiers. Crèche facilities are available for babies from six months. Since places are limited it is best to book in advance.
There is a wide variety of accommodation that satisfies most budgets. This includes low budget apartments for cost conscious young skiers. Likewise, there is a range of restaurants to satisfy most tastes and pockets, including fast food. The bars and discos provide a lively nightlife which continues into the early hours of the morning. A variety of recreational activities are available. These include toboggan runs on Gaisberg which is floodlit at night, sleigh rides, tennis and swimming.
Kirchberg is noted for its warm hospitality, its stunning scenery and its excellent skiing. It is also very popular in the summer with hikers, climbers and mountain bikers enjoying the picturesque landscape.
Kirchberg has a vibrant nightlife with bars, pubs, discos and restaurants providing a range of venues that have something for everyone. Whether you are looking for a quiet meal for two or a place to dance until the early hours, Kirchberg will provide.
Kirchberg has a good number of shops supplying essential holiday provisions and sports shops for the purchase or the hire of equipment and clothing. There are also gift and souvenir shops.
Kirchberg has a wide selection of restaurants serving a diverse cuisine and catering for all tastes. There are low cost options for those, particularly the young, who have a constraining budget.