Kitzbuhel Ski Resort Jobs, Employment & Info
Kitzbühel was one of the first truly international resorts and still
draws visitors from all over the world. The resort draws a combination
of staid Europeans who love the tradition and party-hearty young skiers and snowboarders for whom nightlife is prime. They come for the action but also for the ski terrain.
Kitzbühel sits in a broad valley, surrounded by three major ski
areas: the Jochberg-Pass Turn area, the Kitzbüheler Horn, and the
Hahnenkamm. If the latter sounds familiar, it's because this splendid
mountain lent its name to the one of the premier downhill courses on the World Cup circuit, contested on the Streif run. Any
skier—recreational skier included—who is a contender on the Hahnenkamm
earns the respect of his peers, for this courses is steep, tricky, and
But Kitzbühel has a softer side too, found on such sunny slopes
as on the Kitzbüheler Horn and the Bichlalm, a smaller ski area in the
town orbit. Because of its relatively low elevation, Kitzbühel has been
increasing its reliance on snowmaking, especially on lower slopes. Its
ski school maintains an international reputation for excellence, and
its wide-ranging intermediate terrain is excellent as well, inviting
long cruising runs.
You can ride nearly 60 lifts in Kitzbühel and interlinked Aurach, Kirchberg, Pass Thurn, and St.-Johann-in-Tyrol.
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