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Welcome to Kirchberg

Kirchberg lies in the heart of the Kitzbühel ski region. It is known for its charming village with historic buildings and pretty traditional church. With over 180 days of sunshine a year and first class skiing, our ski property for sale in Kirchberg offers a brilliant dual-season investment.

433 Kilometres of pistes across the SkiWelt and KitzSki
14 Activities for non-skiers in winter
46 Gourmet restaurants and bars in the area

Property For Sale in Kirchberg

Property Overview

Kirchberg located next to Kitzbühel, is full of beautiful chalets and apartments in typical Tyrolean style architecture. Window-boxes bursting with colourful flowers make this first class resort a true chocloate-box village! Property prices remain extremely high in this exclusive resort, and Kirchberg as part of Kitzbühel is a safe investment as it is always in demand.

What We Love About Kirchberg

The traditional farming village of Kirchberg is located in the Tyrol province, nestled in the very heart of the Kitzbühel ski region. With 188km of groomed pistes, you can ski directly from this pretty village into Kitzbühel. Kirchberg is a skiers paradise as just five minutes away is the massive Wilder-Kaiser ski region, with a further 244km of skiing!

Kirchberg is a lively dual season destination with over 180 days of sunshine a year and first class skiing. The village has beautiful historic buildings, a traditional church and a very good selection of restaurants, hotels and shops. Our ski property for sale in Kirchberg benefits from beautiful surrounding countryside with ancient forests and stunning Alpine lakes, perfect for leisurely boating trips and summertime swimming.

Less than 10 minutes away is the exclusive town of Kitzbühel which is a hugely popular year round destination. Kirchberg is only 70 minutes from Salzburg and Innsbruck airports.

Ski Scene

Kirchberg is located in the heart of the Kitzbühel Alps with over 188km of skiing on the doorstep. The Kirchberg area is perfect for cross country skiing too, thanks to the surrounding 500km network of powdery cross country trails. The legendary  Hahnenkamm mountain lies between the towns of Kirchberg and Kitzbühel and is home to the world famous Hahnenkamm downhill race. This spectacular event is known as the toughest race of the World Cup circuit.

Away from the slopes, non-skiers will not be disappointed. There is ice skating, curling and sleigh rides in addition to plenty of alternative winter sports. The Mercedes-Benz sports park in Kitzbühel is open year round and has 10 tennis courts, a 17m climbing wall, 100m2 bouldering wall, ice skating, curling and skittles. The venue also hosts numerous concerts and cultural events throughout the year which are well worth a visit.

The expansive SkiWelt Wilder-Kaiser ski region is only five minutes from Kirchberg and offers an additional 244km of superb pistes. The Wilder-Kaiser area has 180km of classic cross-country skiing and skating courses plus 13km of floodlit slopes for night skiing and floodlit toboggan runs. For an adrenaline rush, you can even try snow tubing and husky sledding!

Summer Fun

Kirchberg is a fantastic summer destination due to its warm temperatures, numerous scenic lakes and wide range of hiking and cycling trails in the surrounding mountains.

The region has 88km of Nordic walking and hiking trails and mountain bikers are well catered for with over 800km of perfectly maintained bike paths to explore. If you don’t fancy cycling uphill you can put your bike on one of the many ski lifts which are open throughout summer. These can whisk you to the tree tops in minutes where you can freewheel down, stopping at the picture perfect mountain huts along the way.

If you are feeling adventurous you could always try rock climbing, canyoning down gorges and waterfalls or experience the full beauty of the mountains by paragliding over the Alpine landscape.

The Kitzbühel region has the best golfing in Austria. There are four local courses and a further 19 within an hour’s drive. The four closest clubs are: Kitzbühel, Eichenheim, Rasmushof and Schwarzsee.