Winter sports in Tyrol? Obviously in St. Johann in Tyrol!
Winter holidays in Tyrol
St Johann in Tyrol is one of the names on everyone’s lips when it comes to quality and exciting winter holidays in the Kitzbühel Alps. This classic Tyrolean market town has fewer than 10.000 inhabitants and with its beautiful baroque centre conveys a cosy atmosphere. Here you can shop, eat, drink - or just go for a stroll through the streets. When in winter the surrounding mountain world of Kitzbüheler Horn and Wilder Kaiser wraps itself in its icy cloak, a particularly beautiful time begins.
TAKE A WINTER HOLIDAY IN THE KITZBÜHELER ALPS - COME TO ST. JOHANN IN TYROL!
Our hotel door leads straight into the family-friendly ski area of St. Johann in Tyrol - the Harschbichl. At 1604 m, it is particularly popular for its many wide and long pistes - a paradise for pleasure skiers, families and beginners alike. In total, more than 40 km of well-groomed pistes open up here - with wonderful views of the snow-covered mountain world around St. Johann in Tyrol, and delicious culinary refreshments in one of the rustic ski huts. In 2017, the ski resort of St. Johann in Tyrol was voted Leading Ski Resort (up to 60 km of pistes) by Skiresort.de.
COOEE ALPIN HOTEL KITZBÜHELER ALPEN: MINGLE WITH THE FAMOUS IN KITZBÜHEL
Fifteen minutes from St. Johann in Tyrol there is also the jet set town of Kitzbühel, where you might be lucky enough to spot one or more of the many celebrities who come to Tyrol for winter sports, especially for the legendary Hahnenkamm Race.
WINTER SPORTS IN TYROL - IT’S NOT ALL ABOUT THE SKIS
If skiing isn't your cup of tea, St. Johann in Tyrol offers plenty of opportunities to enjoy other joys of winter. How about a hike through the beautiful snow-covered terrain, a fun toboggan run, or Segway snow tour?
Our team at the COOEE alpin Hotel Kitzbüheler Alpen have lots of tips on how to make your winter holiday in the Kitzbüheler Alps a very special experience.
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