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High up in Kühtai - your ski-in/ski-out resort at 2,020 m

Fantastic snow thrills in Kühtai from the beginning of the season until well into spring. Perfectly groomed slopes get athletes’ pulses racing. And a glittering white mountain panorama provides elating highs.

Let the adventure begin. With winter adventures at over 2,020 metres that are just waiting to put a smile on your face. Because one thing is for sure: in Kühtai, there is snow as far as the eye can see.

Operating hours & important information

Operating hours for the winter season 2022/2023: Friday, Dec. 2, 2022 to Sunday, April 16, 2023.
Open lifts and cable cars can always be found under lifts and slopes.
Cable cars: daily from 9.00 am to 4.00 pm
Lifts: daily from 9.00 am to 4.15 pm

NEW:
Starting with the winter season 22/23 a new 204 m long magic carpet awaits you!

New: Magic Carpet

With a length of 204 meters, the new conveyor is the longest covered Magic Carpet in Austria and thus replaces the previous baby lift in Kühtai with a simple and, above all, safe ascent aid that is also suitable for children from the age of 3.

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Ski pass evaluation

Get your personal altitude diagram. See all the lift rides and piste kilometres you have accomplished during your skiing day – www.skiline.cc or in the Skiline app www.skiline.cc/ticket/kuehtai

Ski pass evaluation, registration, further information
Kühtai-Hochoetz

More slopes and more snow safety with the Kühtai-Hochoetz ski pass

A perfect combination! 2 ski resorts – 1 ski pass – 88 kilometers of pistes.
Austria's highest Skiresort Kühtai (2,020 meters altitude), and the Skiresort Hochoetz convince at the entrance of the Ötztal with one ski pass.

More information

The ski resort Kühtai was awarded from Skiresort.info, the largest ski resort test portal in the world, as test winner 2022 in the category "Top class: World-leading ski resort with up to 60 km of slopes". To the test report

Furthermore, the Kühtai ski area received the Tyrolean slope quality seal from the Tyrolean regional government. This seal of approval stands for uniformly marked and well-groomed ski slopes with an appropriate rescue service and, at the same time, serves to ensure safety in alpine regions, where the danger is all too often underestimated.

 

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