Skiing in St. Johann in Tirol, Austria

St. Johann lies in a valley basin between the mountain range of the Wilder Kaiser and a mountain called the Kitzbüheler Horn in the center of the district of Kitzbühel. The center of town is approximately 660 meters (2,165 ft) above sea level.

These five videos were recorded on 9 February 2022 with a GoPro Max camera in 360 mode converted to 2D during editing.

St. Johann in Tirol, Austria, skiing red 1a, 3a, 4a, and blue 4c.

We join red 1a at the top of the Harschbichl gondola lift and ski to the bottom of the Eichenhof Gondola lift via 3a, 4a, and blue 4c. The skiing distance is 4.6 km.

St. Johann in Tirol, Austria, skiing red 4b.

We join red 4b at the top of the Eichenhof chair lift and ski down to the Grander Schupf restaurant.

St. Johann in Tirol, Austria, skiing red 3a, BLue 2a and 2c.

We join red 3a at the top of the Eichenhof chair lift and ski down to the bottom of the Harschbicl 1 gondola.

St. Johann in Tirol, Austria, skiing bLue 1g, red 6a, and blue 6b.

We join blue 1g at the Harschbicl gondola middle station and ski down to Tauwiesen Village.

St. Johann in Tirol, Austria, skiing the black 7a challenge.

We join black 7a at the top of the Bauernalm gondola and ski down to the Liftradl restaurant. The run starts at 1298 meters and finishes at 694 meters, covering a distance of 2.7 km.