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Visitor reviews for Kitzbühel Ski Resort
February 09, 2013
Sean from United Kingdom
WOW. Amazing place to board!
We just had the best week of snow anyone could ever wish for, over 75cm feel in 2 nights and then a top up of around 10-25cm fell each night. The off-piste was incredible, pity we didn't have any blue bird days, however, who can argue with waist deep pow!
Getting there by train beats a bus, hands down, we did have to sit in the isle though.
I will be back!
Based on 10 votes. Vote
(1) At least one overnight stop, (2) requires a whole day, (3) requires more than half a day – you may have time for a few turns (4) arrive by lunchtime and ski all afternoon, (5) there is a main airport within an hour of Kitzbühel.
Public Transport: 4.7
(1) There are no buses or taxis to Kitzbühel, (3) there are slow or infrequent buses / trains available, (5) getting to the resort is easy with frequent bus / train connections.
(1) An ugly resort in a bland setting, (3) average mountain views and resort, (5) a spectacular setting and a beautiful / historic resort town.
(1) No places to stay in/near Kitzbühel, (3) a few places to stay in the resort, (5) a wide variety of accommodation suitable to suit all budgets.
Cheap Rooms: 4.0
(1) No budget accommodation available, (3) just one or two hostels so book ahead, (5) several cheap hostels and pensions available.
Luxury Hotels: 5.0
(1) No luxury accommodation available, (3) just one or two luxury hotels so book ahead, (5) several up-market hotels in Kitzbühel.
Ski in/Ski out: 4.1
(1) The ski area is located far from any accommodation, (3) a free ski bus takes you to the ski area in a short trip, (5) Ski-in ski-out accommodation is available.
(1) There are no child care facilities at Kitzbühel, (5) the resort has excellent child-care facilities including at least one reasonably priced creche.
(1) Occasionally gets enough snow for skiing, (2) is often closed due to a lack of snow, (3) occasionally suffers from a lack of snow, (4) rarely suffers from a lack of snow, (5) Kitzbühel is snowsure even in the poorest seasons.
(1) Kitzbühel relies entirely on natural snow, (3) there are just a few snow cannons, (5) there are snowmaking facilities on all pistes.
Snow Grooming: 4.7
(1) There are no snow groomers at Kitzbühel, (3) occasionally some pistes are left ungroomed and in a poor state, (5) all the runs at Kitzbühel are groomed daily.
(1) there is nowhere to ski when it is windy or visibility is bad and lifts often shut, (3) there are some trees for poor visibility but main lifts sometimes close, (5) Kitzbühel is mostly in forest where you can ski in flat-light and windy days, lifts rarely close.
Nearby options: 4.1
(1) If snow conditions are poor at Kitzbühel, it will be poor everywhere nearby, (3) there are good alternatives within an hours drive, (5) other locations on the same lift pass provide a rich variety of snowsure ski conditions.
Regional rating: 4.4
(1) Kitzbühel usually has poor snow conditions compared to other resorts in region, (3) has average conditions for the region, (5) usually has the best snow conditions in the region.
Lift Staff: 4.9
(1) The staff at Kitzbühel are rude or unhelpful, (5) lift staff at Kitzbühel are pleasant, cheerful and eager to help.
(1) the resort is always busy and there are usually long lift queues, (3) it is quiet apart from occasional weekends and school holidays, (5) it is uncrowded and lift queues are very rare.
Ski Schools: 4.4
(1) No ski schools available, (2) one or two ski schools but local language only, (3) a few ski schools but book early for multi-lingual instructors, (4) plenty of ski schools and multi-lingual instructors available, (5) excellent ski schools with friendly multi-lingual ski instructors.
Hire and Repairs: 4.8
(1) Nothing can be sourced, not even ski-wax or ptex. (3) there are some ski shops but rentals need to be booked in advance, (5) good quality ski equipment can be purchased or hired and overnight repairs are possible.
Variety of pistes: 4.7
(1) The ski runs are featureless and unvaried, (3) the ski runs are varied but not extensive enough for a week, (5) Kitzbühel has diverse and interesting pistes including forests and high alpine terrain.
(1) Beginners can only watch others ski and snowboard, (3) a few gentle slopes but beginners will get bored in less than a week, (3) Vast areas of gentle terrain.
(1) No intermediate terrain at Kitzbühel, (3) intermediate skiers will get bored after a few days, (5) vast areas of cruising runs.
(1) Nothing for advanced skiers and snowboarders, (3) enough steep terrain for a few days with some good offpiste, (5) Enough steep terrain and offpiste areas to entertain advanced skiers for at least a week.
Snow Park: 3.9
(1) Not even a kicker at Kitzbühel, (3) average sized park quite well looked after, (5) huge park area and expertly crafted pipes, jumps and boardercross trails.
(1) No off-piste worth mentioning, (2) off piste is out-of-bounds, (3) some varied offpiste that stays fresh for one or two days, (5) a vast array of off-piste routes that can stay untracked for several days.
(1) There is nowhere to go for cross-country skiing around Kitzbühel, (3) there are some cross country trails available, (5) the area features many spectacular and well maintained cross-country trails.
(1) No designated luge or toboggan runs, (3) there are toboggan runs that open quite often, (5) Kitzbühel has long and well maintained luge / toboggan facilities suitable for all ages.
Mountain Dining: 4.8
(1) Nowhere to buy food by the pistes, (3) some places to eat up on the mountain but they are often busy and expensive, (5) there is a variety of excellent mountain eateries right next to the slopes to suit all budgets.
(1) Bring your own food, there isn't even a shop. (5) A wide variety of places to eat and drink in the resort, from fast food to fancy restaurants.
(1) Nothing to do, not even a bar, (3) there are a few bars in the resort but nothing special, (5) clubs and bars stay open until very late and have a friendly atmosphere.
Other Sports: 4.6
(1) No sports facilities at all apart from ski lifts, (3) resort has just a small public swimming pool, (5) resort has all kinds of sports facilities, including a full-size swimming pool.
(1) Besides the snow and walking there is nothing to do here, (3) the non-skier will find things to do for few days but may become bored after a week, (5) the resort area is a fascinating place to visit, regardless of winter sports.
Winter Walks: 4.4
(1) Very limited walking and no snowshoe trails, (3) a couple of designated scenic walking/snowshoe trails, (5) extensive and diverse winter walking trails for all abilities.
Ski Pass Value: 4.5
(1) A 1 week ski pass is overpriced compared to the number of lifts available, (3) the ski pass is averagely priced and covers a reasonable number of lifts, (5) ski passes are excellent value for money and cover a lot of lifts spanning a big area.
Value (National): 4.3
(1) Overall, Kitzbühel is one of the most expensive ski resorts in the country and not worth the money, (3) overall represents average value for money, (5) overall offers the best value resort in the country.
Value (Global): 4.6
(1) Overall, Kitzbühel is one of the most expensive ski resorts in the world, (3) overall it offers pretty average value for money compared to resorts from other countries, (5) internationally the resort offers excellent value for money.
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January 15, 2013
Susan Cruttenden from Australia
Don't have a fall or use your nerve on the mountain or you will be billed a "graduated" amount for a Ski Patrol rescue. 180 euros for a 200 metre ride down the icy drop that had been classified as a blue run. No injuries (except to pride).
In Australia free rescues are carried out by trained volunteers who are happy to do it for the prestige and for certain perks such as free skiing!
January 03, 2012
dave williams from United Kingdom
Skiing in the Kitzbuheller Alps is nothing but pleasure, if you are serious about having fun then get yourself there and relax, forget about all your woes, get yourself into the Londoner for apres-ski, you never know who you'll meet. I miss that place.
February 27, 2011
Peter Graves from United Kingdom
The investment programme in lifts is improving this resort (Kitzbühel) each year. The new lifts put in since the last season are a great success. Three person lifts have been replaced by a ten person lift and a new gondola has been put in to serve the Kirchberg connection on the Maierl runs. Brilliant.
January 24, 2011
millsy from United Kingdom
Just returned from skiing in the Skiwelt (Kitzbühel) and thoroughly enjoyed it! It's a huge area with interesting terrain that benefits intermediates best but is slightly inconvenienced by it's altitude. We arrived to a mix of slush/ice/man made snow yet still enjoyed the variety of terrain and sense of travel, cruising from Brixam am Thalle to Soll, Kitz, Westendorf, Pass Thurn, Scheffau etc. However, the area was transformed with 10 cms of overnight snow and can rank among big league high altitude stations in good conditions, although tough terrain is not abundant and waist deep days a relative rarity; I believe everyone has to give this area a try! Cheap accommodation, regular ski buses, and reliable trains make exploring the valleys easy and 'apres' prices are reasonable. Access is easy with a car from Innsbruck, Salzburg and Munich also. Unfortunately, we had to leave the day before the Hannenkham DH but promised to return for the race next year!
January 12, 2011
Victor Smith from United Kingdom
Kitzbühel - yes, there are better ski areas. Yes, I believe there are better resorts for apres-ski but as an all round, friendly, traditional, fun resort there is no better. 37 experiences of the town in summer and winter has given me a bit of a head start on first timers - you will not be disappointed. Short and Curlies in The Londoner definitely not to be missed. See you in February.
January 08, 2011
Tina Newman from Austria
I live part of the year in Key West...part of the year in Kitzbuhel. Kitzbuhel is a wonderful town in any season. In the warm months of summer there are small lakes to visit and swim in. There are "tiny" gorges called "klamms" to explore within a 20 minute drive. There are summer rodelbahns...downhill thrill rides. In winter,there is skiing of course. The Hahnnkamm ski race is one of the biggest events in Kitzbuhel and has a carnival atmosphere and tons of people. The town is great for sitting at a cafe and people watching because it IS a small, old Austrian town with typical folk going about their business. It is also a resort akin to Gstadd or Aspen in the wealth of many visitors. If you want to see the most current ski wear Kitzbuehl is the place. There are also many fantastic restaurants in town, up on the mountains and in the towns around. Regardless of your age there is a pub, bar, club for everyone. If you are younger than say, 25-The Londoner is THE place! Taxis are abundant so there is NO reason to drink and drive.Shopping is fantastic in the small boutiques such as Freauenschue and Prader's. Resorts/Spas are everywhere and one can find any kind of treatment desired at any time. If Kitzbuhel is your ski destination...I suggest later in the season...late February into March is the best snow and the least amount of people. The ski schools are great with instructors that speak ANY language required. Some things can be a bit pricy...but hey! It's an European ski resort...what would you expect? There is NOTHING to not recommend Kitzbuhel! It's been around since the 700's...they must be doing something right!
December 15, 2010
Dennis from Sweden
I really love Kitzbühel. I´m from Sweden and ski a lot and I´ve been to other resorts like St Anton etc but I like Kitzbühel best. The slopes are always in perfect condition in the morning and still in the evening you can find slopes that are still good if you know the right places to look. I also like that the whole system is connected with lifts, its good variation on the pistes and that almost all lifts are new and some even have bubbles and seatheating. There is both good skiing above the tree border and good skiing in the wood so in bad weather it's possible to have a nice day in the mountains. It´s also easy to find off-piste without walking and all over the system there are nice huts to eat and drink. When I go there we buy the All star card which also makes it possible to ski in the Wilder Kaiser system, Saalbach, Zell am See and St Johan. More skiing than anyone can wish for and I'm going back in March. Think it´ll be my 10th time in Kitzbühel! =)
October 16, 2010
Neale from Afghanistan
I've been going to Kitzbühel for the last 8 years, instructing and for pleasure, so lets get to the nitty gritty here ... Kitz is a ski town and skiing here is a way of life. It's not purpose built so has real character but there are some flat runs that boarders hate. It's a great resort but you have to seek out the best places. If you're a beginner go to the Kitzbuheler Horn: lovely big sunny bowl with great progression in one area. Not scary not narrow, then go to the main area after a couple of days or so.
If you are an intermediate then Kitz is a great playground but remember this is Austria - no green runs so some of the runs are harder than you think! But it is mostly intermediate.
The person who said there is not much off-piste is talking rubbish! Not the massive alpine vertical that you get in some places but remember ... lower altitude means you don't get so tired! But seek and you will find! The obvious places are on the map but do try the route from under the 3s to Aurach and also from the top of the steinbergkogel chair into powder heaven and also down to Aurach. But for the best places go further afield... like Zweitausender. At pass turn go off the marked run in several directions for more great pow. And don't forget the Schwartzkogel hike around the ridge towards the Hochsaukaser or further across towards Aschau... nobody can be bothered 'cos it is a ski bus ride out! Make the effort. Also on the Horn side there are many opportunities.
Don't go here at Easter as half the place closes at the end of March but from xmas to early March conditions can be great. They had had 2 record winters in the last 5 years so don't believe the bull about low resorts and global warming!
Kitz has a good nightlife so ski down the Hannenkahm, go to the Londoner and dance on the tables! And if you think you're too good for Kitzbuhel try doing it in under 5 mins!
April 10, 2010
Dejan from Croatia
Very bad experience skiing in Kitzbuhel. Slopes are in very bad conditions even in the morning. Too many skiers on the slopes.
August 10, 2009
Ben Warren from Austria
We went to Kitzbühel at the beginning of January 2009. We were very disappointed with the resort. The most depressing part was not being allowed to use the button lift next to the board park. The guy on the lift did not allow any snowboarders on it one day because he was "fed up of boarders and hated them". I wrote a letter of complaint asking for money back for losing half a day in the board park. They did not apologize or offer any money back. The resort is not snowboarder friendly, there is not much off-piste at Kitzbühel and lots of the runs are too flat. The town is extremely expensive (more so then Val d’Isere). I would only go here if you are a skier with loads of money. If you're a snowboarder avoid Kitzbühel at all costs. If you want to ski Austria go to Mayrhofen; it’s an excellent resort for boarders and skiers.
April 05, 2009
Andy S from United Kingdom
Just arrive home from a great week in Kitzbühel. There was a good dump in the days before we arrived and a little more in the first fews days which resulted in very low visibility. Lucky for us the last 3 days was just pure sunshine so we were able to ride in T-shirts even though it got very slushy.
Kitzbühel resort was quiet when we were there. Can't say I waited once for a lift all week which is nice.
Resort negatives - lots of flat spots all over the resort which is very annoying for a boarder like me. Even the skiers were complaining about it. Also there are not many runs suitable for learners at Kitzbühel. My girlfriend was learning and was freaked out by the narrow runs with 'drop offs' to one side. It seems that all the flat runs had this and the rest were too steep for beginners.
Smoking is still allowed in the bars and they are not familiar with the concept of 'extraction'. We even had to move seats when having lunch in the swimming pool cafe due to some shirtless bloke puffing away.
Resort positives - the town of Kitzbühel was ok with just enough bars for a night out but didn't find anywhere to have a dance but then it was quiet. Some places had reasonable prices like the Irish bar: 4 euro's for a vodka.
Fantastic opportunity to catch some powder.
Lots of places to eat all over the slopes with toilets too.
Austrians are much more friendly than the French.
In summary, I would say that I enjoyed it but won't be heading back there anytime soon.
Look out for the 8000 Euro handbag in the shop in the 'high street'.
March 13, 2009
David Pomeroy from United Kingdom
Our party of 8 spent a week at Kitzbühel over half-term. 4 adults and four kids under 6yrs old.
The transfer was effortless, just about 1 1/4 hours from Salzberg - in heavy snow.
We needed to hire skis for the kids and for one adult. The Intersport hire shop (at the bottom of the Hahnemkamn gondola) was chaotic and it took well over an hour to get our pre-booked stuff. When we got to the front of the queue the selection of equipment was then extremely limited and not at all acceptable - even in half-term week.
The ski-school appeared a bit disorganised at the start and no-one knew where we had to go - could have been our fault as we were late due to the ski-hire situation above. Once everyone was in, it was a very different story - the two boys (both 5 1/2) thought it was fantastic. They had both skied before but came on leaps and bounds here. They were true skiers by midweek and loved their 'race' at the end of the week - I have never seen either of them looking so proud of their achievements.
My wife also attended ski-school for the week and after not skiing for 7 years had her best ever weeks skiing - thanks to her tutor, Carmen - I have never seen her so happy and capable on skis.
We found the snow conditions at Kitzbühel amongst the best European conditions that we have ever had. Over a 1m of snow fell in the resort whilst we were there - much more up on top.
We had probably the best weeks skiing that any of us have ever had. The resort itself was excellent with great alpine charm.
One minor point - the Hahnenkahm gondola in the morning had horrendous queues from 9am until about 11am. My advice here is get out early - or lie in - and don't come back into Kitzbuhel until the end of the day. For some of us dropping kids off at ski school, this, however, couldn't be helped.
I was expecting the prices in restaurants etc, to be expensive - especially with the Euro being so strong against the GBP. I was pleasantly suprised and even came back from the holiday with money left over - unheard of usually.
I am now a real convert - having skied most of my ski life in the three valleys and other parts of France - I am pleased to say that I will be returning regularly to Kitzbuhel. The boys are desperate to go back.
January 04, 2009
Eric from United States
Snow conditions at Kitzbühel cannot be assured and the snow bosses do a good job of making sure the marked runs are covered. Now for the downside:
The trails are horribly laid out, most runs are cat tracks. Off-piste amounts to, at most, 400 meter runs which end in one of the cat tracks.
Drinking is the major sport they cater for here. I have never seen more bars per run except at Davos which is another story.
The ski school here is a horror story. After 25 years of teaching in major and minor resorts I can actually say I have seen I have seen some of the worst teaching I have ever seen in North America, Europe or Asia (Japan). Customer service from the supervisor on down is abysmal. If you want a paid guide with minimal feedback sign up here. Note I shadowed my wife's class. Complaints are answered with a brush off.
If one likes fur, fashion, and a high sounding name then come here. If one wants skiing try Val, Cervina/Zermat, or Les Arcs in Europe. After four areas in Austria, I have found the worst of the worst I have ever skied.
November 29, 2008
Paul from United States
Was in Kitzbühel late March ’08 and was absolutely shocked to find some of the best conditions in all of Europe. We had blue bird powder days, enjoyed vast off-piste terrain, the town, the nightlife, and after reading the reviews on this board, visited Rob Graham at DaleBoot to learn more about his custom made ski boot. The boot is fit from your foot outwards to the shell and delivers the best performance I’ve ever had out of a ski boot. Rob’s extremely passionate about his product and after skiing it I know exactly why! The compromises made by ‘mainstream boot companies’ to merely drive business volume only result in pain & ruined vacations for the rest of us. Not so with the DaleBoot. This is truly a high performance ski boot that fits comfortably all day, from the first to the last lift. I’ve never experienced anything like it in my thirty-five years on skis. I’d highly recommend Kitzbuhel as a resort destination and if you go, do yourself a favor and stop by DaleBoot for some custom made ski boots; you won’t regret it & they’ll be the last brand of boots you ever buy..!
September 29, 2008
Joe Adams from United Kingdom
I have visited Kitzbühel for the last 10 years, and have lived there seasonally for two years, the resort is stunning, with a beautiful medieval town centre. The snow is usually excellent and the pistes are well laid out, every destination has easy runs and hard runs, meaning all abilities can ski in Kitzbühel. As for the runs for advanced skiers, off-piste is excellent especially at pass Thurn; the runs are excellent and perfect for carving. If one is in need to challenge themselves massively then the off-piste kickers at the top of the C1 or the Steinberkogel lift are very tricky, and there is a natural half pipe available.
Kitzbühel is an amazing town with great skiing and a super night life.
April 07, 2008
P Graves from United Kingdom
This is a vastly improved resort compared to 5 years ago. The new lifts have opened up the area and gives you a tremendous variety of slopes to ski. I'm hooked and look forward each year to see the changes that have occurred. I have just returned from 31st trip to the resort. The snow this April was wonderful. Deep powder snow. Wonderful.
March 26, 2007
Joe M from United Kingdom
Visited Kitzbuhel for a week from 17-24th March 2007.
Journey is short with only a 1hr 15m trf from Salzburg airport.
The resort has a town feel to it and doesn't have the traditional ski resort feel I've experienced elsewhere. The town doesn't have a great number of restaurants to visit. There are quite a few bars, but they're scattered around, and the apres-ski vibe is pretty non-existant. There is no bar at the bottom of the last run so you have to walk around a bit to find a lively bar.
There's one main gondola to the bottom of the start of the main ski area, and another gondola on the other side of town to take you up to 'the horn' which is a small snowboarder aimed ski area (and the boarder park wasn't open when I visited).
The layout of the piste is awful. Once you reach the top of the main gondola, you're faced with a short walk before you can start skiing. You must then ski down a blue run trail which has around 50m of steep red thrown in - not good for beginners. You get to the bottom of this run and can then start to get to the other pistes. Everything seems very disconnected and difficult to reach, and the maps are unclear. To add to this, the maps show ski lift numbers (e.g. ski lift 4B), but the lifts themselves do not carry this labelling, only an Austrian name! Piste markings are poor, with intermittent labels for run numbers, and no distance markers.
Off-piste is very good, supplemented in part by the poor on-piste layout. We spent almost all our time off-piste.
Overall, the resort is only OK for beginners due to the high number of blue runs offset by the difficultly of finding your way around. Intermediates will probably enjoy it the most, as the red and black runs are not challenging at all and the off-piste can also be easy. Experts will not be very challenged and struggle to find steep runs, well made moguls and tree runs.
Snowboarders (which I'm one of) will again enjoy the off-piste, although this is clearly dependent on the snow conditions (we got lucky...). However, if you like pulling tricks this isn't the place to go as I found very few kickers around the runs, and believe me I looked hard. Also the park was not open, so I can't comment on the park.
November 20, 2006
Nigel from United Kingdom
I visited Kitzbuhel last season along with 7 mates from London. We've been traveling together now, every winter, for the past 15 years and have to say, last year's trip to Kitzbuehel ranked among the very best we've ever had. The skiing was excellent, the snow abundant, and the après ski lively. I must also pass on my gratitude to the German guy who wrote his recommendation on Kitzbuhel after the 04/05 season. Not only did his comments factor into our discussions as to where to go, he also gave us one tip we'll all benefit from for many years to come. In his post, he mentioned the bespoke ski boot manufacturer DaleBoot had their European headquarters in Kitzbuhel. After my first day, I paid them a visit. I left their store two hours later with a brand new pair of DaleBoots! The boot's performance is technically superior to anything I've ever skied on (from Atomic to Tecnica to Lange) and I've never been more comfortable in a ski boot in my entire life. Once my mates saw the overnight improvement in my skiing (both on and off piste) they were, of course, all very interested. Rob Graham and his team at DaleBoot ended up fitting all 7 of my mates during our week in Kitzbuhel. It was beyond incredible as not one guy had the smallest problem post-fitting and each saw immediate & drastic improvements in their skiing. We all agreed we owe that German guy a pint for having twice pointed us in the right direction! As for Kitzbuhel, we'll be back in our DaleBoots in Feb '07..!
March 14, 2006
jc from United Kingdom
The big 3S lift beside being spectacular has made a huge difference to Kitzbühel. It is now possible to ski the whole area without having to use taxis and buses. When the snow is good it is a large area with plenty of varied terrain to suit all standards of skiing. There is also now a lift connection into the skiing at Westendorf which opens up yet more pistes though very similar to the rest of the skiing. Unless you want to watch the race, the Hahnenkamm race weekend is best avoided just too many people. There does seem to be a programme in place to upgrade the lifts but there are still bottlenecks and some of the less used lifts belong in a museum. When the snow is plentiful a good spot for a pleasant winter break.
February 13, 2006
stephen fekete from United States
Just got back from a weekend at Kitzbuhel. Some of the best conditions to date in Europe. The snow was epic. Knee deep and holding well on the north face slopes.
September 20, 2005
Rainer Weigle from Germany
Having returned to Kitzbühel for the first time in many years, I was quickly and pleasantly reminded of the vastness of this resort; there is simply far more than meets the eye (and far more than most people give this resort credit for)! Ya, the lifts are old & many are slow. But isn't better to have a bottle neck below the fall line than right in the middle of it? Furthermore, it seems to me that Kitzbühel has recognised the issue and is steadily working on adding & replacing lifts (were applicable) across their many peaks (ie: the 3S went in last season and I believe two more will be open in December '05). I spent several weekends at Kitzbühel during the 04/05 season, met a bunch of locals, had unbelievable snow, ran huge bump runs, skied some off piste terrain I never even knew existed at this resort, and bought the best pair of ski boots I have ever skied on. Last season, DaleBoot opened its European headquarters in Kitzbühel (following what I understand to be a very long tradition in Kitzbühel of custom ski boot manufacturers over the years). While skiing in the US previously, I noticed most of the best skiers wear these boots. However, up until last season for us in Europe, they were the industry's best kept secret; no longer! Go see Rob Graham and his team over there. They'll take great care of you - and your feet..! www.dalebooteurope.com
I'll definitely be back in Kitzbühel this season and am looking forward to more deep powder, huge bump runs, big beers and great food (little known gem, the Alt Kitzbühel restaurant).