Winter in Kappl
Kappl is situated in the middle of the impressive Tyrolean mountain world, and is full of opportunities in wintertime. Here are some tips for winter activities during a skiing holiday in Tyrol.
Be tempted by the numerous leisure opportunities and experience wonderful winter days in Kappl. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a romantic holiday for two, or an action packed family holiday – Kappl has something to suit every taste. The highlights away from the pistes are ski tours, tobogganing, snow shoe trekking and the winter-wonderland hiking trails.
Skiing in Tyrol
On a total of 42 kilometres of pistes, Kappl provides ten ascent aids to get you up to 2690 metres altitude – thereby ensuring superb views to the Tyrolean mountains as you ski. The extensive, family-friendly ski area provides a veritable El Dorado for every winter athlete.
With lots of sunshine, great snow conditions and fresh Tyrolean mountain air, every skier will find the challenge and recuperation that they are looking for. Whether it is skiing, carving, ski tours, ski hikes or snowboarding – in Kappl in the Paznaun region all your wishes are fulfilled. In the contemporary ‘Komfortseilbahn’ run by Bergbahnen Kappl holiday-makers can get to the ski area quickly and comfortably. Guests can look forward to umpteen Alpine lodges and mountain restaurants in which they can enjoy a leisurely stop-off for some refreshments. Kasnockn, Speckknödel or what about some Kaiserschmarrn? There are also hot and cold drinks. After enjoying such delicious Tyrolean specialities you’ll have be re-energised for your next turns in the snow.
Sunny Mountain – children’s adventure park
The adventure park in the centre of the Kappl skiing region is geared up for younger guests with an attractive nursery slope area, which is located above the Sunny Mountain Lake.
The children can access the upper area via the covered Magic Carpet track, and here they can really let off steam. Then they can make a rapid descent on the Flaxi slope, which will bring them back to where they started.