From the village of Kirchberg, in the Brixen Valley, you can experience the best of Austrian skiing. There's skiing and snowboarding for everyone and the resort shares its ski area with the famous Kitbühel ski resort. There are 168km of perfectly groomed slopes in the Kitzbühel/Kirchberg ski area for all levels, an action-packed snowpark for boarders, and almost unlimited powder fields to explore off-piste. And also from Kirchberg you have direct access to the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental ski area, which comprises more than 250km of slopes, even more off-piste to discover, and the Boarders Playground in Westendorf which is home to the legendary 28m "Big Mama" kicker and tons of other obstacles for beginners to pros to try out. But it's not all about downhill skiing and snowboarding in the Brixen Valley. Cross-country skiing is another popular sport, along with winter hiking. The area has numerous trails you can follow, on foot, skis, or snowshoes, which allow you to enjoy the amazing scenery in the area and cross into the other regions of the Kitzbühel Alps.From Kirchberg you can also take one of the many tours to discover the surrounding area and its history. There are a huge number of excursions, including trips to copper and silver mines, a wildlife park, the oldest distiller in Tyrol, and the Tyrolean Bee World.Around Kirchberg the whole family will enjoy the many toboggan runs, bowling alleys, ice rink, and classic horse-drawn sleigh rides. There's also an indoor swimming pool for kids in the village with slides and adventure pools, and grown-ups have plenty of pools and spas to enjoy in town. In the evening Kirchberg comes alive with loads of restaurants and bars welcoming skiers and snowboarders back from the slopes. The après ski is lively and friendly, and often you'll find a very mixed crowd all enjoying the same bars and clubs. Evening trips to Kitzbühel are also an attractive option, with its bright lights, bars, and casino.