Kitzbühel - as good as it gets for corporate ski events.


Whether on or off the snow, Kitzbühel is tough to beat for corporate ski trips. One of the biggest brands of world skiing and host to the most celebrated ski race globally, Kitzbühel has a mighty name. On the snow the ski area is large, whilst the town is dominated by the Hahnenkamm peak and its race piste, the Kitzbühel Hahnenkamm Streif, which plummets into the resort’s southern edge.

The town of Kitzbühel really cannot have any peers when it comes to style and atmosphere – the pedestrianised centre is truly magical with intimate streets, stylish bars and designer shops. The bars are legendary and après ski in Kitzbühel is some of the best in the world. Activities around the resort are excellent, dining first-class and the resort transfers short and straight.


Facts & figures

    • Resort height: 762 m
    • Top lift height: 1993 m
    • Ski lifts: 51
    • Season dates: Nov-Apr
    • Inhabitants: 8331

Airport transfers

    • Salzburg | 49 miles
    • Innsbruck | 61 miles
    • Munich | 103 miles

Off the snow

    • Après ski
    • Shops
    • Hahnenkamm race weekend
    • Ice & skidoo driving
    • Ballooning
    • Kitzbühel Casino
    • Snow polo event
    • Alpine spas

On the snow

    • Hahnenkamm Streif ski route
    • Linked ski region
    • Off-piste
    • FIS race course


Kitzbühel is probably the most recognisable name in world skiing. Famed for its annual Kitzbühel race weekend, the resort is the benchmark for extreme downhill ski racing, hosting the most feared and revered ski race in the world. The Hahnenkamm Streif race course is open to the public outside of race preparation periods and many flock to its vertiginous terrain to test themselves against their heroes. Aside from this fearsome ski route, the skiing in Kitzbühel stretches continuously from Pass Thurm in the south, to the neighbouring Kirchberg, just north west of Kitzbühel, offering fantastic intermediate skiing. Many upgraded lifts serve the area, whilst the on-mountain restaurants are stylish and enviably located.

To the north of Kitzbühel is the Kitzbüheler Horn ski area – a distinct and separate ski area, with big terrain park and southern-facing slopes. For the mile-hungry skiers and snowboarders, there is the chance to cross into Westendorf and then ski beyond into the Ski Welt ski region that includes Söll, Brixen, Ellmau and other resorts. The ski resources in the region are massive. The majority of the region is ideal for intermediates but there is plenty of steep skiing below the Hahnenkamm and the Hohe Salve, whilst the off-piste on the north facing slopes above Kitzbühel can be sensational.


Hahnenkamm downhill

No winter sport event comes close to the drama and atmosphere of the Kitzbühel Hahnenkamm & post-race party.


Après ski

Kitzbühel après ski is rightly recognised as one of the biggest and best in the mountains.


Kitzbühel boasts numerous high-end boutiques located in its remarkably atmospheric town centre.


Corporate events are essentially about taking individuals out of their everyday and briefly into a new world. There a few locations anywhere on earth that can so readily take clients into an Alpine world of great style, quality and scenery as Kitzbühel. The town centre is steeped in history and atmosphere with ancient streets hosting boutique shops and bar terraces. Quality runs through every crevice of the destination, although Kitzbühel is actually a town where a lot of locals live and work, and the town has thankfully avoided surrendering its authenticity in the pursuit of visitor attractions.

As well as eating and drinking at the very top table in Kitzbühel, the resort has a fantastic range of activities to entertain clients on corporate events. Air sports such as ballooning or paragliding, motor sports such as skidoo and ice driving and team events are all possible for those not wanting to take some time in a glorious Alpine spa. As well as being fantastically equipped with health facilities, shops, outstanding hotels and leisure facilities, Kitzbühel is also very well connected to both Munich and Innsbruck airports, by road and rail with transfers from Innsbruck airport taking just over an hour.


One of the Daddies of world après ski – Kitzbühel unashamedly offers potent après ski from its slopes, to the heart of the town. There are many on-mountain huts to tempt the masses, but the real action starts at the Mocking das Wirtshaus (formerly the Streifalm), which depending on perspective, offers an either sublime or manifestly dangerous location at the foot of the slopes on the southern edge of the resort. Few escape the pull of the Mocking das Wirtshaus and the place is often thronged with après skiers from mid-afternoon. During the Hahnenkamm race weekend, this area becomes the après ski HQ of the Alps, with hotel terraces and pop-up bars effectively creating an après ski village in its own right.

Later in the evening, the Londoner is an iconic pub with fantastic atmosphere, filled with hordes of partying guests.  There are endless other bars for visitors and locals throughout the centre of Kitzbühel. As well as those looking to get their ski boots moving to Europop, there is a more sophisticated après ski offering in Kitzbühel including exclusive bars and night clubs. For those looking to patch up the hole burnt in their pockets by a few hours of après ski in Kitzbühel, there is Kitzbühel Casino on hand, located in the heart of the pedestrianised centre of Kitzbühel.


The K3 Kitzbühel Congress centre is located between the pedestrianised centre and the Hahnenkamm gondola. With professional meetings and seminar suites and services, the K3 offers the best seminar facilities in the region. As well as formal meeting spaces, corporate event planners can take advantage of the smaller rooms and areas. In Kitzbühel there are numerous hotels offering excellent meeting spaces and associated professional services, whilst on the mountain there are venues to meet in, of differing sizes. Outside of Kitzbühel there are some outstanding venues for meetings including castles and ultra-modern spaces.

As well as the physical spaces and professional support services on offer to corporate event planners, the range of activities and entertainment in Kitzbühel make it a stand-out destination for meetings and incentives. There are action pursuits on the snow including skiing, snowboarding and tobogganing, motor sports including eBikes, skidoos and ice driving, air sports including ballooning and tandem paragliding, as well as some outstanding spa facilities. For those in Kitzbühel with the purpose of meeting, formally and informally, the facilities and activities on offer make Kitzbühel almost unbeatable.

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