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Kirchberg is situated at 837 m above sea level in the province of Tyrol. The community has 5.256 inhabitants and covers an area of 97,76 km².
Mean annual temperature is 7,1 degree Celsius, annual precipitation is 1.395,4 mm. Rainfall is at its highest in July at 189,3 mm, at its lowest in December at 63,7 mm. It’s warmest in July, coolest in January.
Kirchberg, Pass Thurn and Kitzbühel are among the biggest ski areas in Austria with 170 kilometres of slopes. The Kitzbühel lifts are state-of-the-art and transport winter sport enthusiasts fast to Pengelstein Mountain or Resterhöhe Mountain. Cross-country skiers will love the 40 km of tracks.
©Archiv: Kitzbüheler Alpen-Brixental
If staying a little longer, skiing is even more fun: Aschau links Kitzbühel to the Ski World of the Wilde Kaiser Mountain. The Kitzbühel Alpen Skipass is valid from Westendorf to Scheffau am Wilden Kaiser.
The spectacular Hahnenkamm race is regarded as the most demanding race course in the alpine world cup and attracts more than 100.000 spectators each year. While the athletes race down a slope with an 85% gradient, stars like Franz Beckenbauer and Boris Becker meet in the finish area.
Foto1: Archiv: Kitzbüheler Alpen-Brixental, Foto2: Toni Wurzrainer, Foto3: Archiv: Kitzbüheler Alpen-Brixental
Kitzbühel is also worth visiting in summer: many cycle and mountain bike races such as “KitzalpBike” take place in the small city. This holiday destination is also a golfer’s paradise with four golf courses, one even at 1600 m.
There is always something going on in Kitzbühel - Austrian Open Air Tennis Tournament, Kitzbühel Oldtimer Alpine Rally, Triathlon World Cup …
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