The Kitzbühel Alps is a mountain range surrounding the town of Kitzbühel in Tyrol.
The Kitzbühel Alps borders in the north to the Kaiser Mountains and Loferer Steinberge, in the north-east to the Berchtesgaden Alps, in the east to the Salzburg Slate Alps, in the south to the Glockner Group, Granatspitz Group, Venediger Group and the Zillertaler Alps and in the west to the Tuxer Alps and the Rofan Mountains.
The highest summit is the Kreuzjoch at 2'558 m.
Austria 1987, Lake Achen.
The stamp shows the "MS St. Benedikt" (built 1959) and a view from Pertisau at Lake Achen. It is a distant view towards south-east. The mountains behind are in a distance of 20-30 kilometres and belong to the Kitzbühel Alps.
Austria 1990, 50 th Hahnenkamm Race.
The Hahnenkamm 1'712 m is situated in the south-west of Kitzbühel. The mountain is well known as it hosts the annual World Cup alpine ski races.
Austria 1991, Kitzbühel.
It shows a view towards south-east.