A-ROSA Kitzbühel's exceedingly beautiful location is also the ideal setting for unique business incentives. The Latin root of the word, "incendere", means "to kindle excitement" – and that's just what we plan to do. From team-building exercises to celebrations for a job well done: we kindle excitement amidst the beauty and natural diversity of the Tirolean mountains.
"Inside Kitzbühel" city scavenger hunt
Historically known as "Chamois City", today Kitzbühel is home to the stars, packed with exclusive locations and insider hot spots. We'll open the doors of the city for you, so you can experience Kitzbühel's unique Alpine lifestyle – for instance at Rosi's Sonnbergstuben or at the foot of the Streif ski run – as you gather valuable points during your scavenger hunt. With the aid of your team and helpful tips from our walking book, the next challenge is never too hard to find. All it takes is clever thinking, creativity and a little physical effort.
In our Nordic Camp visitors can experience life in the Arctic. Divided into teams, they work through various activity stations. From igloo building and dog sled racing to snowshoeing guided by a compass and map – there's something in the Arctic for everyone! And of course, after all that hard work the comfort of base camp awaits, with warm furs, a crackling camp fire and steaming mulled wine. Participants can score points at every station for a chance to win the "almost an Arctic local" award at the end of the day.
Streif extreme ski run
The Streif ski run is a true Kitzbühel icon and the highlight of the renowned ski races held here in January. Our Kitzbühel expert will tell you about the legends surrounding the Streif, Hahnenkamm ("Cock's Comb") and Mausefalle ("Mouse Trap"). Look down into the valley from the perspective of a ski racer and sense the excitement of this adrenaline-fuelled competition. If that's not enough excitement for you, try mastering the Streif in a very special way: with our nationally certified paraglider, you can launch right from the starting gate – then float down along the Wilder Kaiser and over the roofs of the city.