The Pass Thurn is located at 1274 meters above sea level. It is an Alpine pass that connects Salzburg’s Pinzgau with Tyrol. On the Tyrolean side the nearest town is Kitzbühel, on the Salzburg side it is Mittersill. Here you will find the hotel Pass Thurn by VAYA. In addition to the skiing and hiking area of Kitzbühel, you can also use the Hohe Tauern as your personal outdoor arena from here. Fresh crisp mountain air, beautiful vistas and limitless possibilities to create your perfect summer or winter holiday in the mountains await you.
All accommodations of the VAYA Group in Pass Thurn at a glance for a stay that fulfills all your wishes.
In summer, more than 5,000 kilometres of hiking trails await you, in winter the Kitzbühel ski paradise is at your disposal.
Your holiday at Pass Thurn is dominated by the imposing mountains and beautiful nature views. The region offers cross-border holiday fun in Tyrol and Salzburg. The Hotel Pass Thurn by VAYA is the perfect starting point for a wonderful holiday in the famous kitzbühel ski paradise. The Resterhöhenbahn, cable car which is only a few minutes’ walk from the hotel, takes you directly up to the winter wonderland of sporting fun – on and off the slopes.
A wonderful hiking area opens up around the hotel. More than 5,000 kilometres of hiking trails make the hearts of all those seeking an active summer holiday beat faster. Surrounded by numerous three-thousand-meter peaks, you can also play golf, swim and mountain biking. Many additional attractions await to be discovered and will ensure that you experience an unforgettable holiday in the Hohe Tauern and the Kitzbüheler Alpen with the whole family.
Nature plays an important role in Mittersill. On excursions to the Schösswendklamm, for example, you will experience thundering waterfalls, while in the Hollersbach herb garden you will learn a lot about the local flora. You will follow in the footsteps of rare animal and plant species during the Wasenmoos moor experience. Mittersill Castle is also worth a visit. It was built in the 12th century and was once the scene of witch hunts and peasant wars.