Discover the best top things to do in Jochberg, Austria including Skischule Jochberg, Wildpark Aurach, Element3 Ski School, Kitzbuhel Alps Panorama Lift, Wildkogel bei Bramberg, Reiterkogelbahn, Nationalparkzentrum Mittersill, Sintersbacher Wasserfall, Bergbahn Kitzbuhel, Schaubergwerk Kupferplatte.
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4.5 based on 8 reviews
I arranged my classes from Kempinski Das Tirol hotel and had my 2 full-day classes with instructor Alexander from Romania. He speaks few languages and he's one of the BEST instructors I have ever met ! We traveled to different Mountains and had our adventures ! Highly recommend !!!!!!
4.5 based on 101 reviews
Got this as a recommendation from a friend of the region. Beautiful walks in this private park with different kind of animals, some behind fences, some not ;-) Also a little playground and a restaurant. Driving there is already part of the adventure ;-)
4.5 based on 203 reviews
We rented our skis here after it was recommended by our hotel. And we can see why they did! Great selection of top notch equipment but the service is what really impressed us. Tom was professional and took care of us like VIP's. The location was also very convenient to the Gondola and they let us store our boots and skis in a heated shed. Highly recommend and would use their services again and again. Thanks for taking such good care of us Tom!
4.5 based on 65 reviews
The Kitzbuhel Alps Panorama Lift Hollerbach Mittersill is the direct access to the Kitzbuhel ski area. Unlimited fun in the snow and skiing fun from Salzburg to Tirol. This means without the ski take off it goes directly to the world-famous Kitzbuhel Streif. Without waiting times and no rush on the slopes, but - thanks to the north-east slopes with guarantees perfect snow conditions! There are 53 lifts and 170 km of slopes!
We came to Kitzbuhel to experience a northern hemisphere winter and snow. Unfortunately for us, we must have brought th Aussie summer with us, and was told they have had an unseasonably warm winter. Warmest in decades! Alas we still managed to enjoy the ski resort town- without snow.
4.5 based on 119 reviews
This attraction is worth visiting both summer and winter. A new gondola takes you up to the kitzbuhler mountain range where there is a nice restaurant but mostly magnificent views. In the summer plenty of walks with restaurant's enroute and in the winter extensive skiing slopes for both beginner's and the more experienced.
4.5 based on 246 reviews
The Joker card, included in our hotel rate, enabled into ride this for free. About 10 mins to the top station at 1,480m from where there are spectacular views, and a plethora of walks over the hills are available. It's a nice easy downhill walk back to Saalbach, about 90 minutes non stop, or longer if you stop, as we did, for a leisurely lunch at one of several establishments you pass on the way down. A great day's activity.
4.5 based on 120 reviews
I joined two of the walks that are very well organised by the National Park. They produce a programme of walks called Wintertouren and you just phone them to book yourself on. I went on a gorgeous 3 hour walk up a river valley at Hollersbach. Hannis our guide was informative on the area, flora and fauna. The following week I went on a snow shoe walk and Hannis was our guide again. We went up near Passturn with fantastic views over the valley and Mountains. These walks are free with your guest card, so a bargain!
5 based on 3 reviews
It is a very lovely place, very Hugh waterfall with a true bike trail to reach it. It is 1.5 hour long, with some pieces very steep but the trail is well done and maintained. Over the waterfall (still 20/30'), there is the wildalm, a small hutte, where you van est and drink. Last, you can go back by a different path.
4.5 based on 480 reviews
Fantastic ski area given the best Downhill Racing is held here on The Streif. We were based in Kitzbuhel and started each day ascending The Hahnenkamm. From there we skied to The Pengelstein, The Wurzhohe and The Reserhohe. The are some beautiful restaurants, snack bars etc.. all over these Mountains and everyone of them offers amazing views and good food. We thought the cost was dearer than other Austrian ski areas but probably justified due to the infrastructure presented in all areas.
4 based on 6 reviews
With the Kitzbühel red card (that the hotel gave us) we got 25% off admission to the Copper Mines. For the amount we paid, this was a good visit.
On the hour (as long as there are at least 4 people waiting) a 40 minute tour starts. Whilst waiting there is a small museum, small children’s play area and some vending machines for refreshments.
At the hour you go the engine shed to get your hard hat (children sizes available) then board the train. A short train journey takes you to the first stop in the mines where your disembark and watch a video about mining (firstly in German, then in English). After looking at some exhibits you re-board the train and continue a short journey further into the mines. Here there are more things to listen to and some tunnels to explore (this is where you also need to have your hard hat). You then get back on the train and return to where you started.
Upon leaving the tunnel complex (and returning your hard hat) there is a short walk around the grounds above the tunnel entrance with boards supplying more information – this is worth doing.
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