VAYA Resorts

Winter holidays in Kühtai

Snow secure

Only 30 kilometres from the Tyrolean capital, Innsbruck lies the sun-drenched Kühtai ski area. Thanks to its altitude of 2,020 meters, excellent snow conditions are guaranteed. Winter sports enthusiasts can look forward to a long season. The lifts start operating at the beginning of December, and the amazing snow conditions last until the end of May.

Idyllic winter
holidays

Kühtai is perfect if you are looking for an authentic winter experience, snow-covered ski slopes and idyllic winter holidays away from the tourist crowds. You start your adventure either on skis or on your snowboard directly from the door of the VAYA Kühtai: ski-in, ski-out is our motto. Your first and last turn of the day, will take place outside the door of the hotel. Fantastic deep snow runs complemented by wide slopes.

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Freestyle

In the KPark you can practice your freestyle and SnowCross, while children and fun park newbies try out their first jumps in the KidsPark. From mid-December, every Wednesday and Saturday in Kühtai can experience the thrill of night skiing, whizzing downhill between the glistening snow and the sparkling stars and the glow of the moonlight.

Off piste
fun

Those who prefer to do sports away from the ski slopes can also explore the area around Kühtai while ski touring or winter hiking. Cross-country skiing enthusiasts pursue their passion on the classic and skating trails. Speed fans race down the 2.5-kilometre-long toboggan run during the day and evening thanks to the floodlights. You can experience a completely new side of the winter season on a Ziesel ride. This is a mixture of TV chair and snow groomer, with which you can roar through the snowy landscape. For a calmer experience you can try snowshoeing and winter hiking where the only sound you will hear is the wind rustling through the trees and the crunch of the snow under your skis. There are more than 20 cozy bars, ski huts and restaurants to explore to experience the local specialties of the small mountain village in Tyrol.