Aurach Bei Kitzbühel Tourism

Aurach bei Kitzbühel is a municipality in Kitzbühel District in the Kitzbühel Alps in the Austrian state of Tyrol. Aurauch is located 5 km south of district town of Kitzbühel on the river known as the Kitzbühler Ache and the road to Thurn Pass. The municipality is further divided into Unteraurach, Oberaurach and several scattered settlements and hamlets including Haberberg, Haselwand, Kochau, Sonnberg and Wiesenegg-Grüntal. It was mentioned for the first time in documents in 1289 s Orwiorwe. Formerly a part of Kitzbühel district, Aurach became an independent municipality in 1833. It has 1171 inhabitants (as at 1 Jan 2010). Of historical significance is the former mine in the area of the Kelchalm. Aurach has a wildlife park, situated at a height of 1,100 metres, which is home to typical Alpine animals such as red deer, ibex, mouflon, wild boar and lynx, as well as animals from other mountainous regions, including fallow deer, sika deer, llama and yak.

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Home to pretty treasures, Aurach Bei Kitzbühel is Austria's best kept secret. A gripping city on its own right, Hallstatt also deserves a visit. Hallstatt, is a worth visiting city owing to its prime attractions like Funicular, Salzwelten Hallstatt, Rudolf's Tower. A holiday in Aurach Bei Kitzbühel can generally be of 1-2 days.