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A active winter holiday in Fieberbrunn in Tyrol - Austria.

Active in Winter

Winter Emotions

Exciting days on the slopes at the Ski Circus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn, ski tours with unique panoramic views, cross-country skiing in untouched natural surroundings – a winter vacation in the snowiest region of Tyrol is simply phenomenal!

A Skiing winter holiday in the Kitzbühel Alps in Tyrol - Austria.
Snowshoeing during winter holiday in the Kitzbühel Alps.

Winter vacation with fun factor in Tyrol

The snowy landscape, white mountain peaks, and peace – Pillerseetal Valley in winter is enchanting in its own special way. As statistically proven by ski tourism researcher Günther Aigner, the Pillerseetal Valley can be described as the region of Tyrol most likely to have snow. Perfect for a vacation destination in winter!

Ski on around 270 km of slopes at the Ski Circus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn, enjoy the enchanting winter wonderland on a ski tour on the snowy mountains or just relish the freedom of the cross-country ski runs.

Active winter vacation at the Pillerseetal Valley in Tyrol.
Cross country skiing during your Tyrol-vacation.

Cross-Country Skiing

Cross-country skiing at the Hochfilzen Biathlon center is a unique experience – discover this sport at the exact place where the Biathlon World Cup 2017 was hosted. There are ski buses, close to the Alte Post Hotel, which will take you to the Fieberbrunn ski resort in just a few minutes.

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Fieberbrunn offers many events for your Tyrol-vacation.


The range of events taking place in the Kitzbühel Alps is also spectacular: Experience up close, how the best athletes perform.

You will simply fall in love with your winter vacation in the Kitzbühel Alps!

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"They have a lovely bar downstairs for gathering after skiing, very close to the ski bus and a shuttle for getting back and forth to the Bahnhof."
- TripAdvisor - Pam - März 2016
Ski slopes for Kids in the Kitzbühel Alps in Tyrol.
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