The emperor would have loved it...

Active holidays at the Kaiserhof

Kitzbühel is the most legendary sports town in the Alps. Also in the summer. As soon as the snow masses melt in the mountains around Kitzbühel, the sporty summer begins in the valley. If you are still skiing on the Streif, the 170 km running and walking routes invite you to endurance training and the first "Kings of the Country Road" can already be seen on the 1,200 km of racing bike tracks. In recent years, numerous major cycling events have cemented Kitzbühel's reputation as a top racing bike destination.
In addition to 1,000 km of hiking trails, the holiday region Kitzbühel offers hundreds of kilometers of the finest bike paths and mountain bike trails. For downhillers, there's the Lisi Osl Trail, the Gaisberg Trail and the Fleckalm Trail. If one prefers a more leisurely pace, Hahnenkamm & Co offer endless mountain bike routes.
One can see the famous chamois of Kitzbühel fro some rooms - believe us - the emperor would have loved the stay at the Hotel Kaiserhof KITZBÜHEL!

But Kitzbühel and its surroundings offer much more:

Liebfrauen kirche

The Liebfrauenkirche is a small Gothic church in the old cemetery of Kitzbühel next to the town parish church of St. Andreas. It is equipped with a mighty bell tower that carries the two large bells of the Kitzbühel town bell and which is considered the landmark of Kitzbühel.

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Alpine Flower Garden

The Alpine Flower Garden is a colourful jewel on the Kitzbüheler Horn. The garden is freely accessible, and in addition to the impressive mountain panorama, more than 400 botanical glories from local, European and Asian mountain regions can be discovered there.

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wildlife park Aurach

The wildlife park is located at 1,100 metres above sea level and is a paradise for animal and nature lovers. It delights with its panoramic view and its 350 animal inhabitants. In the outdoor enclosure, visitors have the opportunity to be very close to the wildlife without separating fences, with sufficient safety distance.

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Kufstein fortress

Kufstein is the second largest town in the province of Tyrol. Kufstein Fortress is its landmark and is one of the most imposing medieval buildings in Tyrol. The fortress is enthroned on a 90m-high rock directly on the Inn river and bears witness to Kufstein's turbulent past as a border town between Austria and Bavaria.

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With its 3,798m, the Grossglockner is the highest mountain in Austria. For more than 80 years, the Grossglockner High Alpine Road has been winding its way up the mountain. It offers driving pleasure and fascinating views. The highlight is the Kaiser Franz-Josefs-Höhe with a visitor centre that is also the starting point for hikes.

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Hohe Tauern National Park/Mittersil

The Hohe Tauern National Park is the largest national park in Austria, but also one of the largest protected areas in Central Europe. The area of over 1800 km² belongs proportionately to three federal states. Its sights include the Franz-Josefs-Höhe on the Großglockner, the Umbal Falls and the Krimml Waterfalls.

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Open-Air Museum of Tyrolan Farms

The open-air museum of Tyrolean farms in Kramsach is home to 37 historic farmsteads that give visitors a vivid and exciting insight into rural life in pre-industrial times. On Sundays, craftsmen provide insights into old manufacturing traditions.

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