TransKITZalp: austria's longest piste tour
> TransKITZalp: austria's longest piste tour
TransKITZalp: Austria’s longest piste tour leads right across the Kitzbüheler Alpen.
is a 1 or 2-day individual ski route through the
ski world and
ski resorts. The ski adventure between Itter in the lowlands of Tyrol and Mittersill in the Pinzgau region of Salzburg takes skiers through 2 states and 7 communities. Instead of just skiing down the same slope several times a day, this tour takes skiers over 12,000 m of altitude and across 50 km of pistes. Anyone wishing to complete the
in a day will need to take the ski bus for the return journey. For an unforgettable weekend of skiing, skiers can spend the night at the Thurn pass and tackle the no less spectacular return trip the next day, well rested. The best ski pass for the adventure is the
Kitzbüheler Alpen AllStarCard
This enables guests to ‘experience’ more: namely over
1,000 km of pistes in 10 ski resorts in the ski association area. The ski pass is valid across the ski Mecca of Kitzbühel, in the amazingly extensive ski world of Wilder Kaiser-Brixental, at the Saalbach-Hinterglemm-Leogang ski circus, in Zell am See, at the Kitzsteinhorn glacier ski resort, at the St. Johann in Tirol/ Oberndorf ski resort, in Waidring and Fieberbrunn, the Wildschönau and the Alpbachtal. The
359 cable cars and lifts provide a comfortable ascent while the
279 ski huts are a comfortable place to stop-off. The extra-long season at the ski association starts beginning of November with the ‘white start’ in the
Kitzsteinhorn glacier ski resort and ends there on 1 May.
The Kitzbüheler Alpen AllStarCard costs 131 euros for 3 days (children 65 euros) and 232 euros for 6 days (children 116 euros).