KPark in Kühtai
KPark – the freestyle park in Kühtai
Freestyling in the midst of the Tyrolean mountains
The KPark was built for the first Winter Youth Olympic Games. The park is situated in the ski resort Kühtai, covers a total length of 400 metres and has its own park lift. In total there are four areas where children, beginners and pros alike can let off steam.
Winter Youth Olympic Games
In the midst of the Tyrolean mountain world, over 2,000 metres, you will find the KPark, a freestyle park for snowboarders and skiers, beginners and pros alike. For the first Winter Youth Olympic Games in January 2012, the park was built. The altitude encourages ideal snow conditions until spring and the KPark crew, together with the Air + Style team, takes care that the park is always in a top condition. The young freestyle generation, but also international teams and the big names of the scene, meet there for training and friendly “jibbing”. The four areas of the park are suitable for beginners, curious people and pros alike. Spread over the whole winter season there are events that freestyle enthusiasts will not want to miss. You can find the KPark at the Alpenrosenlift and the Hohe Mut Bahn.
Setup KPark – the four areas of the freestyle park
Those who love speed find the right sport with ski- and boardercross. Slopestyle demands creativity and skill. The young freestyle generation and the pros can be watched at the superpipe. For curious people of all ages there is the Kids and Beginner Park.
- Kids Park and Beginner Park
The Kids and Beginner Park is, as the name tells us, for the young and old, no matter what age, who want to taste the world of freestyling. In total, the Beginner Park offers five kickers and four obstacles.
- Ski- and boardercross
Ski- and boardercross stands for speed. You start in a group and go down as fast as you can over obstacles, bumps and jumps. The first one wins. As the name tells us, this discipline is suitable for both skiers and snowboarders.
Slope stands for piste and exactly this slope is peppered with various obstacles. The idea behind it is to overcome these obstacles as creatively as possible. The level of difficulty is medium, therefore it is suitable for advanced skiers and boarders.
- The superpipe
For the first Youth Olympic Games, the superpipe was built. Today it is maintained by the KPark crew and supported by the famous Air + Style team. Every winter, not only the young Austrian freestyle generation trains here, but also international teams and big names such as Shaun White, Terje Haakonsen and many more. The superpipe is 140 metres long, 7.2 metres high and 20 metres wide. In winter it is also the site of events, like for example the Superpipe Nightsession.
Jibbing and freestyling in the world-famous KPark. Discover a whole new side of the ski and board sport or a funny variation in your ski holidays with the children. The Sport- und Wellnesshotel KONRADIN looks forward to your no-obligation enquiry. You can get to the KPark even faster with an online booking.