Kühtaiスキー リゾート ガイド (Kuehtai)
- X-国:30 km
From your doorstep onto the ski runs! Kühtai has skiing from 2020m above sea level. You are as close to the ski fun as possible, you just have to step out of your hotel doors and onto the ski runs. No walking or driving times! Kühtai is Austria's' highest ski resort and, therefore, offers top skiing conditions from the beginning of December until well into spring. Kühtai is a paradise for the youngest of skiers! There are learn-to-ski programmes, ski kindergartens, and special facilities tailored to the needs of kids. Info for the ski lifts: http://www.lifte.at Tourist office Website: http://www.innsbruck.info/kuehtai
- 発行:30 May
- 前回の降雪:30 May 2019
今日の天気 (2270 m)雪予報を全部見る
United KingdomのJonathan Brookが記述:
Kuhtai is a small steep resort with limited blue run skiing. There are a couple of blues higher up the mountain but you have to ski down quite a steep red run to get back to base. There is no lift back option unless you're prepared to walk back up the slope to the gondola. Of course this is no problem for most skiers but learners and people lacking in confidence beware. I, on the other hand, am an experienced skier with a 6 year old lad that happens to be fearless so it's great. Hotel Elisabeth is great, on the slope, next to the lift. Kuhtai also has night skiing which is a great experience. It's only 40 mins from Innsbruck Airport, much cheaper than other resorts for ski pass, accommodation etc and is big enough for a small family and the less experienced. If you wish to venture further then you can catch a free bus to a resort down the road. The lift pass covers both resorts. The snow conditions are always good due to it being the highest resort in Austria and the slopes are always well groomed and quite. If you like off-piste then there's a great damm wall you can ski down plus other bits and pieces. There's also a fantastic toboggan run that's about 2 miles long where you can hire a sledge and get a lift. If you want value and quality but can live with a small resort and can ski then it's great. Let's face it, if you find a nice ski run in a large resort then sometimes it's better to ski the one you like rather than traipse from resort to resort and plan to get back on time or you can find yourself stuck in another valley facing a very expensive taxi back. All the ski runs are good and lead back to the main village. Throw the lift pass away and enjoy the slopes!