Countless pistes of all levels of difficulty, accessed by state-of-the-art lift systems with a direct connection to the Kitzbühel Alps winter sports region: the Mittersill-Hollersbach-Stuhlfelden ski area is home to great descents, definitely small, but more than just great. But where is the best place to drive? What are the top ski slopes in Mittersill? Time to take a look at the alpine offer.

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The piste map of the Mittersill-Hollersbach-Stuhlfelden ski area offers numerous exciting descents, and number 77 is certainly one of the absolute alpine highlights. Breitmoos leads from the Resterhöhe directly back into the valley. Along the Panoramabahn Kitzbüheler Alpen there are 661 meters of altitude difference on a slope length of 3,350 m. The destination is Breitmoos, just before Hollersbach and not far from Mittersill.


This ski slope on the Resterhöhe is divided into two runs. No. 71 or 71a, the classic Resterkogel piste, covers 750 m with 193 meters in altitude, comparatively compact, but rich in views. If you like it a little more idyllic, dare to go to No. 71b. “Resterkogel – Hanglalm” is comparatively flat, but immensely longer and ideal for casual family trips. There is even a conveyor belt for beginners here.


One of the most popular ski touring routes in the region is the two-thousander. Two slope variants in the extended Mittersill-Hollersbach-Stuhlfelden ski area separate the alpine wheat from the chaff. While the moderately difficult, red run no. 75 at 2,300 m offers a balanced mix of views and technique, the black run no. 75a provides plenty of challenges. Experienced skiers and boarders feel at home here – beginners should, however, give this magnificent route a wide berth.

This is just a selection of the varied ski slopes in Mittersill-Hollersbach-Stuhlfelden, which is also the gateway to the mighty KitzSki alpine region with plenty of variety. Make the Hotel Bräurup your winter base camp and request a non-binding offer !

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