Goasberg Joch Panorama & Pasture Trail

Enjoy the very special experience in what is in part high-alpine terrain.

The Gaisberg is seen as the best sport mountain in the Kitzbühel Alps. In winter there’s not only skiing and tobogganing (day and night!), but also risk-free ski tours and ice climbing.

But Kirchberg’s local mountain also has lots of excitement to offer in summer. There’s the Lisi Osl Trail,an exhilarating downhill trail and plenty of other mountain bike routes from family-friendly to freeride-heavy.

With the modern 4-seater Gaisberg chair lift you can conserve your strength and float in comfort up to the mountain’s summer starting points - such as the start of the wonderful Goasberg Joch Alpine Pasture Circuit with its panoramic views.

You can explore Kirchberg’s local mountain, so climb in comfort and with minimum effort on the ultra-modern Gaisberg 4-seater chair lift to the mountain station at 1,264m above sea level.

Panoramic view
From the top, you get an impressive view of the mountain scenery including the Kitzbühel Alps and the Wilder Kaiser mountain range. Practically every well-known mountain peak is clearly visible from here.
Enjoy the very special experience in what is in part high-alpine terrain.

From the Hohe Salve in the west and the majestic Wilder Kaiser in the north as far as the Kitzbüheler Horn and the famous Hahnenkamm (a spectacular ski downhill on the Streif) in the east.
In the south, the Grosser Rettenstein rises up and behind it you can even pick out the Hohe Tauern.

Panoramic display boards

Along the circular path there are 5 large-format panoramic display boards, photographed and designed by Markus Mitterer, naming all the mountain summits.

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Power places on the Gaisberg

Walking along quiet paths to some tranquil shrine is a custom deeply rooted in Tyrol. Wayside crosses, chapels and, above all,centuries-old paths bear witness to past traditions. These routes were planned in such a way that walkers, pilgrims or wayfarers would not arrive at their destinations exhausted, but have the strength for contemplation en route and when they arrive. Even on the Gaisberg, there are plenty of places with special energy forces. On a plateau between Wiegalm and Harlassangeralm, there is an erratic stone, which is said to have very high energy. But the strongest “power place” is near the Harlassangerkapelle chapel. Harald Kunstowny, a geomancy and geoculture consultant said: “I assume that this place was a focus point for cosmic radiation with very high female energy and was a sacred spot even at the time of the Celts.”

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Legendary sports town in the Alps
Kitzbühel - Legendary sports town in the Alps