Helpful resort information to assist planning your trip to Kühtai.
- Season opens3 Dec 2021
- Season closes24 Apr 2022
- Restaurants | Bars10 | 7
- Nearest Airport Innsbruck
- Nearest Train Station Innsbruck
- Tourist Office Website
- Tourist Office Phone+435239222
The terrain at Kühtai includes::
- Terrain Parks—
- X-Country30.0 km
- Ski Hire
What's it like at Kühtai resort?
From your doorstep onto the ski runs! Kühtai has skiing from 2020m above sea level. You are as close to the ski fun as possible, you just have to step out of your hotel doors and onto the ski runs. No walking or driving times! Kühtai is Austria's' highest ski resort and, therefore, offers top skiing conditions from the beginning of December until well into spring. Kühtai is a paradise for the youngest of skiers! There are learn-to-ski programmes, ski kindergartens, and special facilities tailored to the needs of kids.
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Interactive Kühtai trail map and piste map. View the piste and trails as well as the surrounding terrain and mountain contours for backcountry action. Find and compare nearby resorts by clicking on the resort markers.
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Visitor Reviews of Kühtai
Tirolerhund from United Kingdom writes:
A long overdue review on Kuhtai, which 've skied may times in the past few years. In short, another classic medium size resort with approx 40 km of pistes which the Austrians do so well.
With a base station of 2,000m it's super snow-sure if rather bleak as it's a one street station at the top of a pass, all above the tree line.
Make no mistake though, this is a serious ski resort, sporting a modern lift system with all the pistes being either red or black, save one blue run that finishes at the top of a long red canyon; so it's not a resort for beginners!
Its serious sporting intent is underlined by the fact the the US World Cup Ski Team is based here when the World Cup is in Europe.
The slopes face both north and south so you can follow the sun each day, plus there are plenty of off-piste and back-country opportunities.
Subsistence is good value compared to the big resorts like Soelden, Ischgl and St Anton. But best of all is the fact the pistes are generally deserted on mid week days and there are very few Brits around, so you really feel you are on a foreign holiday.
Overall, highly recommended for long weekend or away days in neighbouring resorts. It's also worth noting the lift pass is shared with nearby Oetz, another similar sized gem.
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