Kuhtai Ski Holidays

Resort Kuhtai


Kuhtai is a small, family friendly resort only 45 minutes from Innsbruck, making this one of the shortest transfers in the Alps.

What the resort lacks in size, it more than makes up for in character.

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The high altitude of Kuhtai means that everyone can make the most of the great conditions and then party hard off the slopes. The resort isn’t huge and so there aren’t that many bars, most can be found in the hotels. The resort is relatively unknown to the British and so there is little English spoken in bars and hotels.

One of the most lively bars is the Schirmbar which is cosy, has live music and friendly staff. The Hotel Alpen Rose is right in the centre of town and has a friendly bar.

The umbrella bars on the mountain get busy at the weekends as many locals come when they’re not working.

Eating out

Kuhtai is a small resort with a few restaurants and bars, what there is is very good and mainly based in hotels. The Jagdschloss was once an old hunting lodge and is now a stunning hotel with a beautiful decor with rustic furnishings. Through the day the sun terrace is lovely and through the evening the cosy restaurant makes for a fantastic atmosphere. Before your meal why not try a little wine tasting in the wine cellar.

The Hotel Alpenrose serves up good simple Austrian food which is a good price, staff here are extremely friendly. The homemade pizza is a particular highlight.


The Igloo village in Kuhtai is a great place to enjoy a drink or maybe even spend a night. You can learn to build an igloo (lasting 3.5 hours for €69 per person), go on a snowshoe or toboggan adventure (lasting 2-2.5 hours costing €39 per person) .

The village also has a great range of fun sports including snow tubing, zipfelbobing and snow biking. All of these cost around €49.

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Kuhtai is ideal for families; the atmosphere in the village is peaceful and traditionally Austrian. Childcare is great, starting from 2 years old from 10am -12pm or from 2pm – 4pm for €5, including lunch will add an extra €8. A full day will run from 10am-2pm and then from 2pm – 4pm for €10 and you can include lunch for €8. The kindergarten has great facilities including games, crafts, singing, with adjacent cafe and bistro.

Ski school starts from 3-4 years with just 5 children in each group http://www.schischule-kuehtai.at/.

The ice skating rink in Kuhtai is fantastic for children to learn to skate and the best thing of all is that it’s free! It can be found right next to the Hotel Jagdschloss in the centre of resort with music played through loud speakers. During the evening it is flood lit.

The whole family can take part in a bit of tobogganing which is easily accessed by toboggan taxi which is about €4 with 8 per car, toboggans can be rented for €5. Call 0043 / 5239 / 21 666 to reserve.

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