The most popular ski resorts near Munich Airport

Because Munich Airport is a huge international airport, you will never have problems looking for a good flight. You can fly to Munich from any airport in the world. The disadvantage of a large airport is that you have to wait longer for your luggage before you can continue your trip to the ski area. Although the airport is practically on the highway, it can take about an hour before you get to the ski area. This is mainly because you have to drive through a traffic jam-sensitive area.

Brauneck ski resort (family & beginners)

At about 60 kilometres from Munich, next to the Alps, you will find the ski resort Brauneck. The area is not only popular with families, but also the locals come to this particular ski area with more than 30 kilometres of ski possibilities.
Even the more advanced skiers can have fun in Brauneck. In addition to the easy slopes, Brauneck also offers a world cup descent. The descent has been made less difficult in the course of time, but it is still quite a challenge. In Brauneck there is also the possibility to ski several evenings a week in the evening.

Characteristics of the ski area
The ski area is located on the river Isar, which belongs to the village Lenggries. An advantage of this location is that you generally spend less money here than if you are at the most popular ski areas in the Alps.

The ski area had an amazing view. Especially the view of the Alps is breathtaking.

Distance from the airport to the ski area
The distance from Munich Airport to the ski area is about 60 kilometres, and the journey takes about 71 minutes.

 

Ski resort Kitzbühel – Kirchberg (advanced)

Kitzbühel – Kirchberg is known for the most famous ski race in the world, two traditional villages, a very pleasant après ski and a large and varied ski area. The ski area attracts skiers from all over the world. You can use practice lifts in the valley free of charge in every village.

Characteristics of the ski area
The villages Kitzbühel and Kirchberg are connected by the large ski area as if it had always been like that. The whole area looks very natural and has a charming atmosphere. You can ski here quite quickly because the grass slopes are to the top. A little bit of snow is enough to tie up the skis and go. Famous areas are Hahnenkamm and, especially for snowboarders, the Kitzbüheler Horn is a true paradise.

The ski area uses a super-modern snow-making system which guarantees you skiing from December to April. In addition to the snow-making system, the ski area also invested a lot of money in the area. Old ski lifts have been replaced for a new, modern system. This will prevent long queues.

You can also use the cabin lift 3S where you can reach the entire ski area. So you do not have to use shuttle buses.

Distance from the airport to the ski area
The distance from Munich Airport to the ski area is 168 kilometres. Travel time will be around 106 minutes to reach the ski area. An alternative airport is Innsbruck Airport. This airport is 78 kilometres away and is a good alternative if you prefer a smaller airport. The advantage of Munich Airport is that you can fly here from anywhere in the world.

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