After SDS: How to make the most of Kitzbühel's hidden gems
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After SDS: How to make the most of Kitzbühel's hidden gems

Why not think about extending your stay in Kitzbühel and make the most of spending time in this beautiful region? Courtesy of the Kitzbühel Tourist Board for guests of the Superyacht Design Symposium, here are three top secret experiences recommended for you to try during your stay.

Click here to get your tickets for the Superyacht Design Symposium 2018.

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Idyllic snowshoe hiking in Bichlalm

Winter hiking and walking is a wonderful way to explore Kitzbühel and its surrounding villages. There are a variety of well maintained trails and paths to explore, lending a unique perspective and showing the area in a very different light.

Snowshoe hike in the picturesque winter wonderland which surrounds the Bichlalm and, by the time you reach the top, father and son Nikolaus Gasteiger will be waiting for you with traditional cuisine - homemade Tyrolean bacon, schnapps and cheese served in a cabin high up in the mountains. On the way down, guests can enjoy also the cable car ride with amazing panoramic views.

For more information, please visit the Kitzbühel Tourism website here.

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Dinner at the 5* Kupferstube restaurant

The gourmet restaurant Kupferstube in the Tennerhof Gourmet & Spa de Charme Hotel is one of the best restaurants in the country. Chef Stefan Lenz, who was awarded chef of the year in 2015, combines the honest, natural taste of regional specialties with fresh ideas of international cooking. The kitchen has been continuously awarded with accolades for 30 years and currently boasts 17 points and three toques from Gault & Millau.

For more information or for bookings, please visit the website here.

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Ski Safari in the Kitzbühel ski resort

Experience Kitzbühel’s Big 5!

Begin with the Streif – the world’s most famous downhill run - before moving on the the Brunn and Pengelstein ski runs which offer many choices for all the family. KitzSki Extended provides endless skiing fun and Wagstätt/Wur is our insider's top tip.

Long ski runs wide enough to please keen carvers and with undulating terrain for low-level “flying”, such as at beautiful Pengelstein, are without question part of any premium ski resort’s calling card.

For more information, please visit the website here.

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