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ROUTES AND TOURS

WINTER

MOBILITY IN THE WILDER KAISER REGION

Ellmau going scheffau Söll

www.wilderkaiser.info/en


Welcome

to the Wilder Kaiser

holiday region!

Welcome to winter. Welcome to the Wilder Kaiser region: featuring the

crunch of snow beneath your feet, fresh cold air in your face, and a warming

drink in one of our rustic huts. While keeping a safe distance, this year we’ll

enjoy nature in all its facets more than ever. We’ll enjoy the space and the

freedom to do whatever we feel like. Whether on an extended winter hike,

snowshoeing alone in the forest, cross-country skiing, tobogganing or simply

taking a leisurely stroll through the tranquil Wilder Kaiser villages, we

have compiled all the tours, routes and information worth knowing when it

comes to winter activities in the Wilder Kaiser region.

Did you know that travelling by car is the main cause of CO2 emissions

during winter holidays? We are therefore grateful to each and every guest

who arrives by train. And for everyone else, colleagues from our Holiday

& Leisure Advisory Service will be happy to help you make your next trip

more sustainable.

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Table of contents

Information p. 4

wWinter hiking p. 10

Snowshoe hiking p. 66

Tobogganing p. 78

Cross-country skiing p. 90

Ski touring on groomed slopes p. 114

Skiing p. 124

AND more... p. 130

Key p. 142

Wilder Kaiser Card p. 144

Getting around the Wilder Kaiser region p. 148

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Explore the winter landscape

of the Wilder Kaiser holiday region

When it comes to outdoor sports, we once again need both more togetherness

and consideration. After all, we have to to share the environment.

To protect nature and its inhabitants, please continue to adhere to

the following points:

Consideration for winter wildlife

Due to food scarcity, wild animals reduce their metabolism in winter and are

hardly able to compensate for energy losses in the event of disturbances. As a

result, please adhere to the following:

• Avoid dusk (when game feed and graze) – it’s better to plan a tour 90 minutes

after sunrise and until 90 minutes before sunset. Night hikes or downhill runs

should be avoided.

• Do not approach within 300 metres of the feeding areas and habitats of wild

animals (observe the restricted zones).

• Always observe animals from a long, safe distance. Never pursue them.

• Be calm and quiet.

Young forests need

your protection

Only healthy young trees are capable

of growing into a strong forest that

protects us from dangers such as

avalanches, mudslides or falling

rocks - skis, snowshoes and careless

behaviour can severely damage young

trees. Therefore, please do not enter

reforested areas and young forest.

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Dogs

Dogs are perceived as a threat by wild animals and belong on a leash. Doing so

prevents potential conflicts with other winter sports enthusiasts. In addition,

please use dog waste bags and properly dispose of them in the next available

rubbish bin.

Rubbish

Nature is a precious resource! Rubbish has no place here and must be disposed

of in the designated trash cans! Therefore, please take your waste with you

down into the valley. This will ensure a pristine natural environment when

you next visit.

How long does it really take for things to decompose?

Decomposition times at glance:

Banana peel

1–3 years

Paper tissue

1–5 years

Cigarette butts

2–7 years (+ chemicals, heavy metals)

Tin cans

50–500 years

Plastic bottles

100–5000 years

Plastic bags

120–1000 years

Aluminum cans

400–600 years

Glass bottles

4000–50000 years

i.e. not precisely measurable

Chewing gum

5 years

Baby diaper, sanitary napkin

500–800 years

Styrofoam

6000 years – i.e. not precisely measurable

Batteries

100-1000 years

(+ chemicals, heavy metals)

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2022/2023

Inkl.

Übersichtskarte

incl. overview

map

Mountain sports guides

In order to enjoy mountain tours

safely and in a relaxed state of mind,

sound training as well as years of

experience are necessary. Our guides

will be delighted to accompany you on

your own tour:

State certified mountain and ski

guides:

For winter and snowshoe hikes, ski

tours, freeriding and ice climbing

www.wilderkaiser.info/en/

activities/state-certified-mountain-ski-guides.html

Tyrolean Mountain-Hiking Guides:

For winter and snowshoe tours

www.wilderkaiser.info/en/activities/tirolean-mountain-

guides.html

In an emergency

Alpine emergency number

(Tirolean mountain rescue) 140

European emergency number 112

Police 133

Rescue 144

Tip: emergency app

Smartphone users should install the free

"SOS-EU-ALP" app before their tour and

perform a the test run. The app helps to

make an emergency call. At the same time,

it transmits the location via GPS data as

well as GPS call time, battery status of

the smartphone, and altitude and contact

data..

www.wilderkaiser.info/en/

service/what-to-do-in-case-of-anemergency.html

AKTIV IM WINTER

www.wilderkaiser.info

Active in winter

E lmau going scheffau Sö l

A list of guided tours are

available from our activity

programme and by visiting

www.wilderkaiser.info/

events/en/events/

list-events.html

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Niederbreitenbach

Oberlangkampfen

Kirchbichl

Bad

Häring

Juffinger

Jöchl

1181 m

Stallhäusl

Brixentaler

Ache

Salvenalm

1306 m

Östl. Heim-

bergkopf

1475 m

Itter

703 m

Berggasthof Tenn

1157 m

Langkampfen

503 m

Paisslberg

Mittagskogel

Inn

1593 m

Lengauer

Kapelle

Kogl-

hörndl

1645 m

Mittags-

kopf

1543 m

Großer Pölven

Ried

6

Franzlhof

Am Steinerbach

Oberhaus-

Salvenmoser

berg

Saukogel

Kogel

1128 m

1238 m

Salvenmoos

Kraftalm

Stöcklalm

1200 m

1124 m

Gründlalm

Gipfelrestaurant

Hochsöll

Hohe Salve

Rigi

1150 m

1495 m

Hohe Salve

Keatalm

1829 m

1494 m

Stoagrub‘nhütte

1472 m

Pendling

1563 m

Schwoich

584 m

Thiersee

677 m

Thiersee

Stimmersee

Kl. Pölven

1562 m

Reit

Pirchmoos

Söll

703 m

Gondelbahn Hohe Salve

Wendelstein

1883 m

Maistaler

Berg

998 m

Kufstein

503 m

Pölven

Dorfbichl

Wald

D E U T S C H L A N D

Gondelbahn

Hexenwasser

Hechtsee

Gamskogel

Längsee

1449 m

Pfrillsee

Kafma Alm Walleralm

Stöfflhütte

Bärnstatt

Achleitberg

Goingstätt

Hinterschießling Alm

Seestüberl Gaisberg

1240 m

Maier

883 m

Hintersteiner

j

Klettergarten

Scheffau

Jägerwirt

Achleiten

See

883 m

am Wilden Kaiser

745 m

Moorsee

Stampfanger

Gruberhof

1175 m

Bromberg

Weißache

Stockach

Achleitberg

Kiefersfelden

Hinterstein

Seebach

Hochlechen

1060 m

Neualm

1241 m

Brandstadl

Schneepiraten

1650 m

Kids Club

Tanzbodenalm

Holzalm

Bocking

Kitzstein

1399 m

Scheffauer

Zettenkaiser

2111 m

1968 m

Erl

476 m

Sonnwies

Blaiken

Bärbichl

Marchental

1517 m

Zinsberg

1670 m

Aualm

1405 m

Jochstub’nsee

Bergrestaurant

Brandstadl

1650 m

Jochstub’n

1634 m

Bruggenmoos

Berg

Brandstadlbahn

Dorf

Hoch-

schwendt

990 m

Kummereralm

1484 m

Steiner-

Hochalm

Horngach

Niederachen

Am Trattenbach

Schwarzach

Eiberg

1672 m

Ötting

Oberau

W I L D E R

Hackenköpfe

2125 m

Wiesberg

1998 m

Kaiseralm

Oberachen

Auwinkl

Faistenbichl

Wegscheid

Kaisern

Buchau

Auwald

Mühlberg

Sonnenstein

1714 m

Haflingertränke

882 m

Lechen

Wald

Biedring

Heimat-

museum

Treffauer

Tuxeck

2304 m Kaise

Sonneck

2226 m

kop

2260 m

2171

Kopfkraxen

2178 m

fjc

KaiserBad

Ellmau

Steinerner Tisch

Blaiknerfeld

Föhrenwald

Jordankapelle

Oberfeld

Kaiserweg

Wimm

Riedlhütte

Ellmau

820 m

Riese

Ranharta

Sonnbichl Unterhauning

Stampfanger­

Mühlleiten

bach

Hauning

Gänsleit

Dorf

Bach

Ahornsee

Söll

Werkzeug-

museum

Au

Birkenweg

Kirch­

Bergdoktor- platz Dorf

Austraße

Alte Str

Kapellen­

Praxis

Kirchbichl weg

Auerbichl

Maria-

Ellmi‘s

Jägerhütte

heimsuchungs-

1415 m

Rübezahl Alm kapelle

Kids Club

1172 m

Vetterstätt

Hartkaiser

Restaurant

1555 m

Bergkaiser Hartkaiserbahn

1520 m

Hartkaisersee

Hausleiten-

stube

Filzalmsee

Filzalm

1320 m

Brantlalm

Hochbrixen

1290 m

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(Mautstraße)

r-

f

m

Ellmauer

Halt

2344 m

Gruttenhütte

K A I S E R

Wochenbrunnweg

Regalm-

Hintere

Hintere

Kleines

spitze

Karlspitze

2192 m

Törl

2250 m Ackerlspitze

2281 m 2106 m

2329 m

Vordere

Goinger Halt

Kopftörl

Karlspitze

Vordere

2058 m

2260 m

2242 m

Köpfl

Ellmauer

2028 m

Tor

Gruttenkopf

1584 m

Wochenbrunner

Alm

1085 m

Grünberg

1094 m

Tannbichlkapelle

Scheibelberg

1106 m

Maukspitze

2231 m

Graspoint-

Niederalm

Eggenalm-

kogel

Fellhorn

1685 m

Steinplatte

1765 m

1869 m

Baumooskogel

1506 m

Gaudeamushütte

Gamskögerl

Labtur-

1585 m

kopf

1434 m

Brennender Palven Ackerlhütte

KALKSTEIN

(Baumgartenköpfl)

Gscheuerkopf

1568 m

j

Obere Regalm

Schleier­

Klettergarten

1280 m Schatterberg

wasserfall

Schleierwasser-

1274 m

Sinnersbach­

fall

graben

Rettenbach­

graben

NIEDERKAISER

LOFERER STEINBERGE

Gr. Ochsen-

Mitterhorn

horn

2506 m

2511 m

Gmailkapelle

Einsiedelei

Maria Blut

Kirchberg

1678 m

Waller-

berg

1682 m

n

Hüttling

Aschingerkapelle

St. Johann

in Tirol

656 m

Hausbach

aße

March

Hausbach

Blattlkapelle

Schwendt

Treichlhof

1152 m

Brenner Alm

1224 m

Blattlalm

1250 m

Sonnenalm

Badesee

Going

c

Stangl

Stanglwirt

Dorfwirts-

Dorf kapelle

Koasa Hüttn

Eislaufplatz

Astberg

1267 m

Going

Going

Astbergsee

Hollenauer

am Wilden Kaiser

Kreuz

772 m

1030 m

Astbergbahn

Prama

Pramakapelle

Hoadkapelle

Unterhollenau

Aschau

Stein

Reither

Ache

Johanneskapelle

Blaiken

B178 Loferer Bundesstraße

Reisch

Sölln

Ginsberg

Unterastberg

Winkl

Ötz

Oberndorf

in Tirol

687 m

lm

Weißachgraben

Lierstätt

Sonnschwendt

Rauher

Kopf

1580 m

Lindental

Zimmerau

Frauwalden

Rudorfen

Hof

Greiln

Reith

bei Kitzbühel

762 m

Hallerndorf

Weißachgraben

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The secret of getting ahead

is getting started.

Mark Twain


w

Winter hiking

Recharge your batteries against the backdrop

of a sunny, glittering winter landscape. As you

crunch through the snow, pause and breathe in

the crisp winter air, as the relaxing tranquillity

invigorates your senses and clears your mind.

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SAFE Winter hiking.

Checklists

Tour planning:

• Have you chosen your tour destination

in line with your skills, physical

condition (honest self-assessment)

and the snow conditions? Bear in

mind: During winter many routes

may be inaccessible due to snow!

• Checked the local conditions?

• Thought about orientationand the

risk of avalanches?

• Have you checked the weather

forecast?

Make sure you check the current

local weather conditions!

• Is your time plan realistic? Leave

early – dusk starts around 4 pm

in winter. The risk of avalanches

increases as the day goes on due to

sun and higher temperatures.

• Do you have the right equipment

for the weather and the tour?

• Have you installed the “SOS-EU-

Alp” emergency app on your

smartphone and tested it?

• Do you have accident and rescuecosts

insurance?

Current avalanche report

for Tirol

https://avalanche.report

Possible alpine dangers:

Sudden weather changes, snowfall, wind,

avalanches, fog, ice, sun (risk of avalanches

increases as the day goes on). Every day,

the changing weather conditions affect

the terrain.

You are personally responsible for

assessing at your own discretion whether

a route is safe!

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Tips and advice

for staying safe in the mountains.

Standard equipment for:

Winter hiking routes

(= inspected and cleared/groomed)

• Appropriate outdoor clothing for the

weather and temperature, including

a change of clothes (waterproof

trousers)

• Sturdy winter shoes with good

traction and a quality outsole (waterproof)

• Hiking poles (height-adjustable)

• Sun protection (sunglasses, sun

cream, lip balm)

• Rain and snow protection (rain

jacket/poncho, foldable umbrella,

backpack covering)

• Warm clothing (hat, gloves)

• Food and drink (sufficient liquids –

hot drinks and snacks)

• First aid kit incl. rescue blanket &

head torch

• Mobile phone with a fully charged

battery

• Hiking map, route description and

information materials

• ID, insurance card, cash

Additional equipment for:

Alpine winter hiking routes

(= not inspected/groomed)

• sturdy, high-ankle hiking boots

with good grip and quality outsole

(waterproof)

• Gaiters (in certain conditions)

• Depending on the tour, i.e. in

open terrain, also a bivouac sack,

avalanche transceiver, probe and

shovel

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Winter hiking trail-marker system

The winter hiking routes on yellow summer signposts are marked with dark

green arrows and white snowflakes. Along the trails, they are marked by

green signs.

Be careful if you leave the signposted winter hiking routes. In snowy conditions,

the summer hiking trail network and its signs may not be visible, putting you at

risk of becoming disoriented and subject to Alpine hazards.

Winter hiking trail signposting along the summer hiking trail network:

Signposting of the winter hiking

trails along the cross-country ski

trails:

These are dual-use trails – winter

hiking routes or a combined trail

for winter hiking and cross-country

skiing (skating trail).

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Skiwanderroute Sunnseit: 7,3 km

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Hiking time calculation

Rule of thumb for calculating hiking time for winter hikes

(group of 4 to 6 people):

• around 300 metres in altitude per hour for the ascent

• around 500 metres in altitude per hour for the descent

• around 3 horizontal kilometres per hour

The hiking times for the differences in altitude and for the horizontal length are calculated

separately. The value of the smaller walking time is halved and added to the larger value.

Example calculation for an ascent time:

A hiking trail extends over 600 metres in altitude (= 2 hours hiking time) and

9 horizontal kilometres (= 3 hours hiking time). The smaller value is halved.

Walking time for the ascent = 1 hour + 3 hours = 4 hours.

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Ellmau

0 500 m 1 km

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Wilder Kaiser

circuit

A leisurely circular trail along the sunny side

of Ellmau.

! 5.8 km

˙ 50 m in altitude

˜ 50 m in altitude

` 2 h

H 820 m

••••••

F suitable for families

. Hiking starting point

Tourist Info, Ellmau

(800 m)

˚ Ellmau central car park

: Ellmau, Dorf/Bauhof

This flat winter hiking trail at the foot of the Wilder

Kaiser mountain runs parallel to the Kaiserloipe

cross-country ski trail. It extends around the golf

course and is particularly suitable for families

with sledges. Starting in the village, cross the road

heading north near the Ellmau central car park

to reach the starting point of the hike, which is a

popular golf green in summer. Turning right, the

leisurely trail leads to two farms on the Hausbach

stream. Walk along the edge of the forest on the

groomed winter hiking trail back to the Kaiserbad

swim and recreation centre. From there, head in

the direction of the Auwald district to the beautiful

old farmhouse standing alone in the meadow.

After passing it, head back towards the village.

There are numerous benches along the along the

winter hiking trail where you can take a a short

break and enjoy wonderful views of Ellmau village

and the Kaisergebirge mountain range.

Refreshment stops:

Kaiserbad Ellmau

T: +43 (0) 5358 2061

Gasthof Ellmauer Hof

T: +43 (0) 5358 2213

Tips and special features:

• You can make for any of the numerous sunny

benches on the circular walk: they all offer

magnificent views.

• If your partner is a cross-country skier, you can

accompany him/her part of the way and meet up

again for a drink or bite to eat later!

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Ellmau

0 1 km 2 km

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Hartkaiser circuit

Four-mountain-huts tour: take the

cable car to the Bergkaiser, Jägerhütte, Rübezahl-Alm

and Hochschwendt mountain inns.

! 10.1 km

˙ 40 m in altitude

˜ 750 m in altitude

` 4 h

H 1,555 m

••••••

F suitable for families

. Hiking starting point

Tourist Info, Ellmau

(800 m)

˚ Ellmau central car

park or West car park

Ellmau, Dorf/Bauhof

Ellmau, Hartkaiserbahn

gondola lift

This tour is ideal for those keen to hike downhill

instead of uphill, or who want to meet skiers at a

hut along the way. Walk to the valley station of the

Hartkaiserbahn gondola lift and enjoy a comfortable

ride up to 1,550 metres elevation. At the

top, a small circular trail leads through the forest

to a photo point at the panorama picture frame

with the backdrop of the Wilder Kaiser range.

At the Kaiserexpress chairlift, hike downhill on

the groomed winter hiking trail (be careful, this

section can be icy in places). In no time, you will

reach the next stop, the Jägerhütte mountain inn.

Continue to the rustic Rübezahl-Alm mountain

hut. Afterwards, it’s worth taking a detour to the

Berggasthof Hochschwendt mountain inn (approx.

1 hour of additional hiking time there and back).

After a leisurely hike, you’ll pass by the set of “Der

Bergdoktor” (The Mountain Doctor) before returning

back to the village centre.

Refreshment stops:

Panoramarestaurant Bergkaiser

T: +43 (0) 5358 2320 222

Jägerhütte

T: +43 (0) 664 4388946

Rübezahl-Alm

T: +43 (0) 5358 2646

Berggasthof Hochschwendt

T: +43 (0) 5358 2932

Ellmau

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Ellmau

0 500 m 1 km

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Hausberg circuit

Delicious food and drink are the

reward for your ascent. Return back on foot,

with the lift or even the toboggan!

! 5.8 km

˙ 460 m in altitude

˜ 10 m in altitude

` 2 h 45 min

H 1,265 m

••••••

F suitable for families

. Hiking starting point

Tourist Info, Ellmau

(800 m)

˚ Ellmau central car

park or West car park

Ellmau, Dorf/Bauhof

Ellmau, Alte Post hotel

or the church

Start your moderately challenging hike at the

Ellmau parish church and follow the road uphill

via the district of Kirchbichl towards the Brenner

Alm mountain hut. Those who wish can grab a

drink or meal at the top at one of the mountain

huts such as the Treichlhof refreshment stop, or

the Brenner Alm or Blattlalm mountain huts and

enjoy the magnificent panoramic views. Afterwards

it’s time to zip down the 4.5-km toboggan

run with your own toboggan. Fun is guaranteed!

Those who prefer the more leisurely option can

take the Astbergbahn chairlift back to the valley

station in Going and hike along the Marchstrasse

back to Ellmau.

You can, of course, also do this winter hike in

reverse (starting with the Astbergbahn chairlift).

Tip: toboggan hire available at the village sports

stores.

Refreshment stops:

Treichlhof

T: +43 (0) 5358 43369

Brenner Alm

T: +43 (0) 5358 44022

Blattlalm am Astberg

T: +43 (0) 5358 2713

Ellmau

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Ellmau

0 500 m 1 km

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Winter wonderland

– Biedringer Platte

plateau circuit

Romantic forest hike in tranquil surroundings.

! 12.7 km

˙ 470 m in altitude

˜ 470 m in altitude

` 5 h 30 min

H 1,225 m

••••••

. Hiking starting point

Tourist Info, Ellmau

(800 m)

˚ Ellmau central car park

: Ellmau, Dorf/Bauhof

Start this circular hike in the Ellmau village centre

or at the Ellmau central car park. Cross the main

road and walk along the avenue, then continue

straight uphill through the Wimm district to the

former Gasthof Riesen inn. Every now and then,

look back over your shoulder – Ellmau is at your

feet. From here, follow the winter hiking trail

through the fascinating winter landscape towards

the Riedlhütte mountain hut to the lookout

point on the Biedringer Platte plateau. This is an

ideal place to enjoy a drink or a bite to eat with

a fantastic view. Follow the same trail a short

distance before continuing to the Biedringer Alm

mountain hut (1,131 m – not managed!) before

returning to the valley via the Biedringer Bauernhöfe

farms.

Refreshment stops:

Kaiserbad Ellmau

T: +43 (0) 5358 2061

Ellmau

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Ellmau

0 500 m 1 km

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Wochenbrunnweg

trail

Head through the winter forest to the game

park at the Wochenbrunner Alm mountain hut.

! 9 km

˙ 300 m in altitude

˜ 300 m in altitude

` 3h 30min

H 1,085 m

••••••

F suitable for families

. Hiking starting point

Tourist Info, Ellmau

(800 m)

˚ Ellmau central car park

Ellmau, Dorf/Bauhof

Ellmau, Wochenbrunnweg

trail

At the foot of the Wilder Kaiser range, hike to a

unique vantage point, the Wochenbrunner Alm

mountain hut. Start this tour in the village by

taking the footbridge at the Sporthotel (in the east

of Ellmau). You are now on the Wochenbrunnweg

trail, which first crosses the golf course and

then passes by the Hausbach stream through the

romantic winter forest. Head via a series of sharp

bends up to the mountain hut. You’ll reach your

destination after a leisurely hike of about 1.5 hours.

The rustic Wochenbrunner Alm at 1,085 metres

boasts wonderful panoramic views from its sun

terrace as well as a small wildlife park with red

deer, roe deer and mountain goats. As a reward

for your efforts, enjoy a hearty platter of Tyrolean

cold cuts and bread. With a full stomach, head back

down into the valley.

Refreshment stops:

Wochenbrunner Alm

T: +43 (0) 5338 2180

Wochenbrunner Alm

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Ellmau

Going

0 1 km 2 km

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Bergdoktor circuit

Visit the main filming locations of the

TV-series “Der Bergdoktor” in Ellmau and

Going with a stop at the inn from the series.

! 11.4 km

˙ 160 m in altitude

˜ 160 m in altitude

` 4 h 15 min

H 851 m

••••••

F suitable for families

. Hiking starting point

Tourist Info, Ellmau

(800 m)

˚ Ellmau central car

park or West car park

Ellmau, Dorf/Bauhof

or Going, Dorf

Ellmau, Alte Post hotel

or “Der Bergdoktor”

practice; Going, Riederhaus/tourist

information

office or the Astbergbahn

chairlift

From the village centre of Ellmau, follow the

signs for the “Bergdoktor circuit” to the west. In

the district of Faistenbichl, you will arrive at the

“Bergdoktor practice” after about 25 minutes. Here

you can enjoy the same view as Dr. Martin Gruber

from the show. Head through the district of Mühlberg

towards Auwinkl. From there, continue to the

Gasthof Föhrenhof restaurant, which is the “Gasthof

Wilder Kaiser” inn featured in the series. With

your belly full, continue following the “Bergdoktor

circuit” eastward to the Kaiserbad swim and

recreation centre. Continue through the Hausbach

district, past the Hotel Blattlhof and under the road

along the stream to the church square in Going.

After visiting the late baroque church and the

“Wilder Kaiser” inn from the TV-series from the

outside, walk along the Marchstrasse road back to

the starting point in Ellmau.

Refreshment stops:

There are numerous places to get a drink or bite

to eat in the village centres of Ellmau and Going.

The Bergdoktor practice in Ellmau

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Ellmau

Scheffau

0 1 km 2 km

28 Routes and tours | Winter hiking


Ellmau-Scheffau

connecting trail

Enjoy wonderful winter hikes on the sunny

side of the mountain in addition to a leisurely

return journey via bus.

! 6.1 km

˙ 40 m in altitude

˜ 110 m in altitude

` 2 h 15 min

H 799 m

••••••

F suitable for families

. Hiking starting point

Tourist Info, Ellmau

(800 m)

˚ Ellmau central car park

: Ellmau, Dorf/Bauhof

or Scheffau, Dorf

This leisurely winter hike starts at the hiking

starting point opposite the Ellmau Tourist Info

or at the Ellmau central car park. Hike in the

direction of the golf course and turn off after the

Sonneck restaurant onto a groomed winter hiking

trail (parallel to the Kaiserloipe) in the direction of

Scheffau. Follow this trail through the district of

Wald to the district of Auwald and enjoy fantastic

views of the Wilder Kaiser range. A detour to

the Gasthof Föhrenhof restaurant is worthwhile.

With your belly full, turn back onto the winter

hiking trail to Scheffau. Passing the handicraft

museum in Niederachen, head through the district

of Trattenbach. Walk to the Koasa bakery and

continue parallel to the ski slope to the village

centre of Scheffau. Comfortably return back to

Ellmau with the 4060 public bus. Of course you

can also start the tour in Scheffau!

Refreshment stops:

There are numerous places to get a drink or bite

to eat in the village centres of Ellmau and Scheffau.

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Going

0 500 m 1 km

30 Routes and tours | Winter hiking


Schwendter Sonnenplateau

circuit

A picturesque, circular hiking trail through

unspoilt nature.

! 4.4 km

˙ 70 m in altitude

˜ 70 m in altitude

` 1h 45min

H 843 m

••••••

F suitable for families

. Tourist Info, Going

(764 m)

˚ Fire station car park,

Going

Going, village

Going, Riederhaus/

Tourist Info

Start at the Tourist Info in Going and walk

northwest along the Rettweg street towards the

Blattlkapelle chapel. Once there, keep to the right

and continue following the groomed winter hiking

trail north until you reach the houses on your left.

Pass by them and hike further along the specially

groomed winter hiking trail and enjoy the wonderful

views. On the Going Sonnenplateau around

the Schwendterdörfl area, enjoy the peace and

quiet and the fantastic views of the Wilder Kaiser

range. When you reach the small Thurnbichlbach

stream, keep to the south and continue along the

groomed winter hiking trail until you reach the

road (Thurnbichlweg). Continue hiking downhill

until you reach the Thurnbichlweg/Pramaweg

junction. Turn right then proceed until you reach

the underpass at the Raiffeisen bank, which leads

you back to the village. Then turn right and follow

the Dorfstrasse road back to the starting point.

Tips and special features:

• Enjoy the magnificent views and the proximity

to the Wilder Kaiser mountain range.

Refreshment stops:

There are numerous places to get a drink or a

bite to eat in the village centre of Going.

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Going

0 500 m 1 km

32 Routes and tours | Winter hiking


Hollenauer

Kreuz

Climb up to the prime viewpoint and admire

the Wilder Kaiser up close!

! 10.7 km

˙ 360 m in altitude

˜ 360 m in altitude

` 4h 30min

H 1,030 m

••••••

. Tourist Info, Going

(764 m)

˚ Fire station car park,

Going

Going, village

Going, Riederhaus/

Tourist Info

For this tour, start directly at the Going Parish

Church and follow the Söllnerweg road east out of

the village centre until the road turns into a trail.

Along the way, pass the Gabelhof farm and other

farms until you reach the junction leading towards

the Hollenauer Kreuz refreshment stop. Proceed up

through the forest to the road, where later you can

take a break at a bench at the hut near the small Plattenteich

pond. Follow the signposts always in the

direction of Hollenauer Kreuz. On reaching your

destination at 1,030 metres, you will be rewarded

with the best natural viewpoint for marvelling at the

Wilder Kaiser range. Also, don’t forget to sample the

delicious homemade apple strudel at the Hollenauer

Kreuz refreshment stop. It tastes even better from

the comfort of a deckchair while soaking up the sun!

After a rest, return back along the same route.

Tip: since the ski slope runs right past the building,

it is a great meeting place for skiers and winter

hikers.

Refreshment stops:

Jausenstation Hollenauer Kreuz

T: +43 (0) 5356 71097

Eismanufaktur kEISer

T: +43 (0) 664 4464797

Hollenauer Kreuz

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Going

0 500 m 1 km

34 Routes and tours | Winter hiking


Graspoint-Niederalm

mountain hut

An atmospheric winter hike in the Wilder

Kaiser region.

! 5.7 km

˙ 250 m in altitude

˜ 250 m in altitude

` 2 h 30 min

H 981 m

••••••

F suitable for families

. Bathing lake, Going

(742 m)

˚ Bathing lake car park,

Going

Going, Stanglwirt

Going, Adelsbergers

Bergland hotel or

Hüttling car park

This hike starts at the bathing lake car park

in Going and leads towards the Kaisergebirge

mountain range. Follow the Aschauerweg trail to

the “Moor & more” junction, and then continue

hiking slightly uphill through the snow-covered

forest towards the Graspoint-Niederalm mountain

hut. Along the way, pass by the impressive

Aschinger chapel, which was made from local

fir tree wood in 2008. This leisurely hike on a

wide trail leads up to the unmanaged Graspoint-

Niederalm mountain hut at 1,075 metres, which

is framed by dark fir trees and protecting it from

the snow-covered rock faces of the Wilder Kaiser

mountains. After taking some time to rest, return

via the same route. The Graspoint-Niederalm

mountain hut is closed in winter.

Graspoint-Niederalm

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Going

0 500 m 1 km

36 Routes and tours | Winter hiking


Aschau Sonnseit

circular hiking

route

Pass through snowy meadows on the Going

Sonnseite (sunny side of the mountain).

! 3.9 km

˙ 60 m in altitude

˜ 60 m in altitude

` 1 h 30 min

H 758 m

••••••

F suitable for families

. Bathing lake, Going

(742 m)

˚ Bathing lake car park,

Going

Going, Reischerwirt

inn

Going, Adelsbergers

Bergland hotel

The Aschau Sonnseit circular hiking route starts

at the Going bathing lake. From the car park, the

tracked trail leads to the Oberschattenriedhof

with constant views of the Kitzbüheler Horn

mountain. From this point onwards, follow the

groomed winter hiking trail on the left (parallel to

the Aschauerloipe cross-country ski trail) until you

reach the Aschauerweg trail. Once there, turn right

and hike about 50 metres on a paved road until you

turn right again onto the winter hiking trail. With

the sun on your face, once again hike through the

hamlet of Schattenried next to the Aschauerloipe

cross-country ski trail until you arrive back at the

bathing lake. On the way back, you can stop in for

a meal or refreshments and warm yourself at the

Reischerwirt inn.

Refreshment stops:

Gasthaus Reischerwirt

T: +43 (0) 664 1664899

Going cross-country trail and winter hiking route

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Going

0 500 m 1 km

38 Routes and tours | Winter hiking


Prama

circuit

A sunny walk through snowfields.

! 7.9 km

˙ 80 m in altitude

˜ 80 m in altitude

` 3 h

H 770 m

••••••

F suitable for families

. Tourist Info, Going

(764 m)

˚ Fire station car park,

Going

Going, Dorf or

Going, Stanglwirt

Going, Riederhaus/

Information Office or

Stanglwirt

Refreshment stops:

Biohotel Stanglwirt

T: +43 (0) 5358 2000

Gasthof Dorfwirt

T: +43 (0) 5358 2411

Cafe beim Schuster

T: +43(0) 664 886 93 714

From the starting point of the hike at the Tourist

Info Going, the trail heads through the underpass

at the Raiffeisen Bank in Going before turning

right along the Pramaweg until shortly before the

Landhaus Jägerhof. Here, the groomed winter hiking

trail branches off to the right and runs parallel

to the Aschauerloipe cross-country ski trail. With

a magnificent view of the surrounding mountains,

cross the snow-covered landscape to reach the

car park of the Going bathing lake. Continue on

with a view of the Kitzbüheler Horn mountain

to the Oberschattenriedhof. Next, follow the

winter hiking trail to the left until you reach the

Aschauerweg trail. Once there, turn right and hike

about 50 metres until you turn right again onto the

winter hiking trail. With the sun on your face, once

again hike through the hamlet of Schattenried and

past the Going bathing lake back to the Stanglwirt

organic hotel. From here, take the pedestrian

underpass and follow the trail through the snowy

forest along the Going Hausbach stream, past the

ice rink, until you arrive back to the village centre

of Going.

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Scheffau

0 1 km 2 km

40 Routes and tours | Winter hiking


Kaiserblick

circuit

A lengthy and scenic walk between Scheffau

and Söll.

! 8.8 km

˙ 210 m in altitude

˜ 210 m in altitude

` 3 h 30 min

H 781 m

••••••

F suitable for families

. Tourist Info, Scheffau

(737 m)

˚ Car park at the community

hall in Scheffau

or the car park at the

Brandstadlbahn cable

car, Scheffau

: Scheffau, Dorf

Starting from the Scheffau village centre, take the

cleared driving path through the Sonnwies district

with its typical Tyrolean farms in the direction of

Söll toward Bocking between the Seebach area and

Weissache river. Once in Bocking, enjoy a great

meal at the Gasthaus Bocking inn. Then continue

towards Söll through the district of Hauning,

where you then turn left at Haus Bichler and

return to Scheffau via the districts of Bärbichl and

Blaiken. Along the way, you will be rewarded with

magnificent views of the impressive Wilder Kaiser

range and the surrounding mountains.

Refreshment stops:

Gasthof Bocking

T: +43 (0) 5333 5131

Gasthof Wiesenhof

T: +43 (0) 5358 8398

Lieblingsplatzl

T: +43 (0) 664 5512501

Helenes Kaffee Werk

T: +43 (0) 699 11258041

View of the Wilder Kaiser range

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Scheffau

0 500 m 1 km

42 Routes and tours | Winter hiking


Rehbach

circuit

Enjoy snowy forests and wintry landscapes

in the picturesque gorge.

! 3.8 km

˙ 170 m in altitude

˜ 170 m in altitude

` 1h 45min

H 914 m

••••••

. Tourist Info, Scheffau

(737 m)

˚ Gemeindeamt

municipal car park,

Scheffau

: Scheffau, Dorf

This winter hike starts at the church in Scheffau.

Follow the road towards the Hintersteiner See

lake. Along the way, don’t forget to admire the

gorge from the bridge. The view is worth it. Now

continue on the “Schießling” road for about 300

metres before turning right onto the natural hiking

route and walking parallel to the Rehbachklamm

gorge until you reach the Leiten-Scheffau village

junction. From here, continue in the direction

of Scheffau village whilst enjoying the absolute

tranquility of the forest and the wonderful winter

air. Enjoy the pristine forest trails while enjoying

wonderful views of the Kaisergebirge mountain

range above and the Rehbachklamm gorge below.

Return to the village via the district of Leiten.

Refreshment stops:

Gasthof Weberbauer

T: +43 (0) 5358 8115

Helenes Kaffee Werk

T: +43 (0) 699 11258041

Lieblingsplatzl

T: +43 (0) 664 5512501

Scheffau

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Scheffau

0 500 m 1 km

44 Routes and tours | Winter hiking


Crystal clear stream

– a circuit along the

Treffauerbach stream

An atmospheric forest walk along the

snow-white stream bank.

! 4.2 km

˙ 160 m in altitude

˜ 160 m in altitude

` 2 h

H 889 m

••••••

F suitable for families

. Tourist Info, Scheffau

(737 m)

˚ Gemeindeamt

municipal car park,

Scheffau

: Scheffau, Dorf

From the centre of the village, walk the road along

the Wegscheidbach stream up to the Jägerwirt

inn. Continue for a short distance through the

forest and cross the stream. After a short uphill

stretch, you will reach the Steinacker hill. The trail

continues ever so slightly downhill. Here you will

discover the beautifully renovated Mittersbach

farmhouse with its beautiful carved balconies. At

this point we will enjoy a small circuit down into

the valley following alongside the Treffauerbach

stream, which is lined with countless ice crystals

via a forest trail back to Scheffau.

Please note: this section may be challenging in

very snowy conditions.

Refreshment stops:

Gasthof Pension Jägerwirt

(only open in the evening)

T: +43 (0) 5358 86700

Gasthof Weberbauer

T: +43 (0) 5358 8115

Lieblingsplatzl

T: +43 (0) 664 5512501

Helenes Kaffee Werk

T: +43 (0) 699 11258041

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Scheffau

0 500 m 1 km

46 Routes and tours | Winter hiking


Blaikner

circuit

A gentle walk past old farms and a

refreshment stop in a rustic yet modern inn.

! 3.8 km

˙ 80 m in altitude

˜ 80 m in altitude

` 1 h 30 min

H 742 m

••••••

F suitable for families

. Tourist Info, Scheffau

(737 m)

˚ Community hall car

park, Scheffau

: Scheffau, Dorf

After visiting the Scheffau Parish Church, stroll

through the sunny side of Scheffau along the

Sonnwiesweg trail towards Söll. Along the way,

observe kids learning to ski on the practice slope

and some traditional farms. After a short stretch

through the forest, return to Scheffau via the

Wurzach and Blaiken districts. At the Blaiken B&B,

turn left and return along a quiet side road past

beautiful farmhouses. One of them is the Wiesenhof

farm, known for its Tyrolean hearty cuisine.

During the hike, enjoy views of the nearby Wilder

Kaiser range and the Brandstadl “ski mountain”

opposite.

Refreshment stops:

Gasthof Wiesenhof

T: +43 (0) 5358 8398

Helenes Kaffee Werk

T: +43 (0) 699 11258041

Lieblingsplatzl

T: +43 (0) 664 5512501

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Scheffau

0 500 m 1 km

48 Routes and tours | Winter hiking


Hintersteiner See

lake circuit

Wander through the snowy woods around

the glittering ice of Hintersteiner See lake.

! 5.7 km

˙ 70 m in altitude

˜ 70 m in altitude

` 2 h

H 925 m

••••••

. Hiking starting point

Seestüberl, Scheffau

(889 m)

˚ Seestüberl car park

(reachable by own car

or by ski bus), Scheffau

– fee required

Scheffau, Seestüberl

restaurant

Refreshment stops:

Jausenstation Goingstätthof

T: +43 (0) 5358 8202

Jausenstation Maier

T: +43 (0) 5358 8203

Café Restaurant Seestüberl

T: +43 (0) 5358 8191

The starting point of this circular hike is on the

lake’s eastern bank at the Café Seestüberl restaurant.

Follow the asphalt trail no. 822 along the

northern shore until you reach the Pension Maier

guesthouse. Enjoy beautiful views of the frozen

lake. Just before reaching the Pension Maier, turn

left and follow the signs towards the Seestüberl

restaurant (trail no. 822) until you reach the forest

trail on the southern bank of the lake. Now head

slightly uphill and then downhill through the

forest until you reach the “Hintersteiner See Süd”

junction (Please note: this section is not cleared

and can be difficult to walk on when there is a lot

of snow). From here, turn right and follow the road

to the Greidern farm and continue in the direction

of Seestüberl restaurant until you arrive back to

the starting point on the eastern bank.

Tips and special features:

• There are many cosy refreshment stops along the

path around Hintersteiner See lake.

• The trail is a great place for stomping through

fresh snow!

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Scheffau

0 500 m 1 km

50 Routes and tours | Winter hiking


Brandstadl summitcross

circuit

A brief circuit on the snow-covered

Brandstadl mountain.

! 1.3 km

˙ 40 m in altitude

˜ 40 m in altitude

` 30 min

H 1,650 m

••••••

F suitable for families

. Brandstadlbahn

summit station,

Scheffau (1,643 m)

˚ Valley station car park,

Scheffau

Scheffau, Scheffau

cable car

Start at the valley station car park of the Scheffau

cable car. Take the cable car up to the Brandstadl

mountain restaurant (the lift ticket can be

purchased at the cable car ticket office). Once at

the top, the hiking trail starts directly to the right.

This panoramic trail has been groomed and runs

right along the ski slope. Enjoy the beautiful winter

landscape and the fantastic mountain panorama

of the Wilder Kaiser range. The short hike leads to

the Brandstadl summit cross and then ends again

at the gondola lift, which takes you back down to

the valley. The Berggasthof Brandstadl mountain

inn (located right next to the mountain station) is a

good place to stop for food and drink.

Refreshment stops:

Bergrestaurant Brandstadl

T: +43 (0) 664 2788244

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Scheffau

söll

0 1 km 2 km

52 Routes and tours | Winter hiking


Schattseit

circuit

Tranquillity and strength: slow down and

breathe deeply.

! 12 km

˙ 220 m in altitude

˜ 220 m in altitude

` 4 h 45 min

H 780 m

••••••

. Ahornsee car park,

Söll (693 m)

˚ Ahornsee car park,

Söll

: Scheffau, Dorf

Söll, ski centre/school

The starting point is the car park at the Ahornsee

lake. Follow the groomed winter hiking trail in the

direction of Scheffau. Passing the Hauninger Dörfl

village area, you will reach the Bärbichl district of

Scheffau. From here, the road proceeds downhill

and through the underpass to Blaiken. Shortly after

Pension Blaiken, follow the winter hiking trail and

hike along the ski slope to Scheffau. In the village

centre, various cosy pubs and restaurants invite

you to have a drink or bite to eat. Next, walk north

from the Kaiserlodge hotel on the road towards

Blaiken. Here, follow the groomed winter hiking

trail past the districts of Erlach/Stockach via

Unterhauning and Gänsleit back to Söll.

Tip: to shorten the route, you can take the 4060

bus from Blaiken or Scheffau village back to Söll.

Refreshment stops:

There are a number of places to stop for

refreshments along the route.

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söll

0 500 m 1 km

54 Routes and tours | Winter hiking


Energy trail

circuit

Head through the forest and along the river,

then head back to the village.

! 6.3 km

˙ 90 m in altitude

˜ 90 m in altitude

` 2 h 15 min

H 706 m

••••••

F suitable for families

. Hiking starting point

Tourist Info, Söll

(689 m)

˚ West Pölven public car

park, Söll

Söll, Dorf

From the centre of the village, head through the

Gänsleit district and down through the underpass

to the dog-play area. At the Mühlboden

bridge, turn left along the Weissache river past the

sewage treatment plant to the Gasthof Oberstegen

inn. From here, the trail continues uphill to the

Moorsee lake. Passing the Franzlhof leisure centre,

return to the starting point at the Söll Tourist Info.

Refreshment stops:

There are a number of places to stop for

refreshments along the route.

Söll

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söll

0 500 m 1 km

56 Routes and tours | Winter hiking


Söll VILLAGE

CIRCUIT

A walk around our picture-perfect village.

! 3.7 km

˙ 50 m in altitude

˜ 50 m in altitude

` 1 h

H 744m

••••••

F suitable for families

. Hiking starting point

Tourist Info, Söll

(689 m)

˚ West Pölven public car

park, Söll

Söll, Dorf

From the Söll Tourist Info, start in the direction

of the village centre and turn left after the Hotel

Postwirt, pass by the music pavilion on the way

up to the district of Pirchmoos. At the Pirchmoos

chapel, turn right, passing by the “Magic Stone”

and continue to the Oberkollerhof farmhouse.

Head straight on the Sunnseitweg route until reaching

the Franzlhof leisure centre. Walk downhill

to the Feichter hotel (with the street light shaped

like a blade of grass) and turn left on the Hausbach

street. You go past the school and the Salvenarena

stadium and come to the picnic spot which also

includes a ‘fruiting hedge.’ From here, turn right

and return via the “the model train station in Söll”

to the starting point at the Söll Tourist Info.

pushchair

friendly

Refreshment stops:

There are a number of places to stop for

refreshments along the route.

Söll

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söll

0 1 km 2 km

58 Routes and tours | Winter hiking


Sunnseit

circuit

Enjoy unspoilt views of the Söllandl region

from snowfields.

! 5.8 km

˙ 100 m in altitude

˜ 100 m in altitude

` 2 h 15 min

H 771 m

••••••

F suitable for families

. Hiking starting point

Franzlhof, Söll (703 m)

˚ Car park at the

Franzlhof leisure

centre, Söll

Söll, Dorf

Start this relaxing hike at the Franzlhof leisure

centre (or alternatively at the Hotel Alpenpanorama)

and walk along the Sunnseitweg route in Söll on

a groomed circuit suitable for all walkers. On this

circular trail, pass by the the Pirchmoos chapel

(well worth a visit) and enjoy views of the Hohe

Salve and the Brandstadl mountains on one side

of the valley and the Pölven mountain and Wilder

Kaiser range on the other. With several places to

stop for food and drink along the way, this winter

hike could easily become a treat for food lovers.

It includes a number of traditional inns ready to

welcome you with local specialties.

pushchair

friendly

Refreshment stops:

Genussstub’n Hochfilzer

T: +43 (0) 5333 5491

Franzlhof

T: +43 (0) 5333 5117

Hotel Alpenpanorama

T: +43 (0) 5333 5309

Söll

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söll

0 1 km 2 km

60 Routes and tours | Winter hiking


The Schneekristall

circuit

Explore the sunny foot of the Pölven

mountain.

! 6.5 km

˙ 100 m in altitude

˜ 100 m in altitude

` 2h 30min

H 771 m

••••••

F suitable for families

. Hiking starting point

Franzlhof, Söll (703 m)

˚ Car park at the

Franzlhof leisure

centre, Söll

Söll, Dorf

The name of this tour, which translates to “snow

crystal,” says it all. The crystals of snow glitter

throughout the day as you walk the trail. Views of

the village of Söll are framed by the Wilder Kaiser

range, the Hohe Salve mountain and the Pölven

mountain. Start at the Franzlhof leisure centre in

Söll (or alternatively at the Hotel Alpenpanorama)

along the groomed winter hiking trail to the

Lederer farm. From there, the trail continues to

the Gasthof Badhaus inn and from there to the

Alpenschlössl & Hochfilzer hotels. Return to the

Franzlhof leisure centre via the groomed winter

hiking route. If you wish, you can also start the

tour already in the village centre of Söll. To do so,

follow the winter hiking trail via the Wies district

on the left hand side to the Lederer apartments.

When heading back, turn right at the Pirchmoos

chapel to return to the starting point.

Refreshment stops:

Badhaus

T: +43 (0) 5333 5365

Genussstub’n Hochfilzer

T: +43 (0) 5333 5491

Franzlhof

T: +43 (0) 5333 5117

Hotel Alpenpanorama

T: +43 (0) 5333 5309

Söll

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söll

0 500 m 1 km

62 Routes and tours | Winter hiking


Sonnbichl

circuit

Historical trails ideal for everyone.

! 3 km

˙ 40 m in altitude

˜ 40 m in altitude

` 1 h

H 733 m

••••••

F suitable for families

. Hiking starting point,

Tourist Info, Söll

(689 m)

˚ West Pölven public car

park, Söll

Söll, Dorf

The hiking starting point is in front of the Söll

Tourist Info. From here, follow the signs towards

the Franzlhof leisure centre and continue to the

“war memorial.” After passing the memorial,

stay in the Schnapflwald forest, which will lead

you onwards and down the hill via the trail to

the village. At the elementary school, turn right.

Continue along the Hausbach stream to the Elektro

Salvenmoser store. At Café Mirabell, turn right

back to the starting point.

Refreshment stops:

There are a number of places to stop for

refreshments along the route.

Söll

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söll

2

1

2

0 500 m 1 km

64 Routes and tours | Winter hiking


Winter hiking

trails, Bergbahn

Söll cable car

Enjoy two leisurely winter tours around the

Hexenwasser theme park.

Hexenwasser Theme Park

1

! 1.2 km

˙ 45 hm in

altitude

˜ 45 hm in

altitude

` 30 min H 1,151 m •

Hexenwasser Theme Park

Hochsöll circuit

2

! 3.2 km

˙ 100 hm in

altitude

˜ 100 hm in

altitude

` 1 h 30 min H 1,167 m ••

Applies to both routes:

Hans im Glück gondola lift

. Mountain station of the Hexenwasser cable car, Söll

˚ Valley station car park, Söll

Söll, Lift SkiWelt Söll

Refreshment stops:

Alpengasthof Stöcklalm

T: +43 (0) 5333 5127

Alpengasthof Hochsöll

T: +43 (0) 5333 5260 4500

Gründlalm

T: +43 (0) 5333 5060

Gasthof Salvenmoos

T: +43 (0) 5333 5351

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Snowflakes are masterpieces that

fell from the sky.

Peter F. Keller


Snowshoe

hiking

Step by step, find your own rhythm in

harmony with nature. These are strong

impressions that linger for a long time.

Enjoy the silence of the Wilder Kaiser’s

natural landscape.

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SAFE snowshoe hiking.

Checklists

Tour planning:

• Have you chosen your tour destination

in line with your skills, physical

condition (honest self-assessment),

and the snow conditions? Bear in

mind: During winter many routes

may be inaccessible due to snow!

• Checked the local conditions?

• Thought about orientation and the

risk of avalanches?

• Have you checked the weather

forecast? Make sure you check the

current local weather conditions!

• Is your time plan realistic? Leave

early – dusk starts around 4 pm

in winter. The risk of avalanches

increases as the day goes on due to

sun and higher temperatures.

• Do you have the right equipment

for the weather and the tour?

• Have you installed the “SOS-EU-

Alp” emergency app on

your smartphone and tested it?

• Got accident and rescue costs

insurance?

Equipment:

In addition to your usual winter

hiking equipment (see p. 6), you need

appropriate snowshoes for your

weight and height. Depending on the

route, you may also require an avalanche

transceiver, probe and shovel!

Whatever the weather conditions,

avalanche danger level, snow conditions

and your own familiarity with

the location (orientation), always

bear in mind that all solo snowshoe

hikes are at your own risk!

Current

avalanche report for Tirol

https://avalanche.report

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2022/2023

Inkl.

Übersichtskarte

incl. overview

map

Tips and advice

for staying safe in the mountains.

Mountain sports guides

In order to enjoy mountain tours

safely and in a relaxed state of mind,

sound training as well as years of

experience are necessary. Our guides

will be delighted to accompany you on

your own tour:

State certified

mountain and ski guides:

For winter and snowshoe hikes, ski

tours, freeriding and ice climbing

www.wilderkaiser.info/en/

activities/state-certifiedmountain-ski-guides.html

Tyrolean Mountain-Hiking Guides:

For winter and snowshoe hiking tours

www.wilderkaiser.info/en/

activities/tirolean-mountainguides.html

AKTIV IM WINTER

www.wilderkaiser.info

Active in winter

Ellmau going scheffau Söll

Guided tours are

available from our

activity programme

and by visiting

www.wilderkaiser.info/

events/en/events/

list-events.html

Possible alpine dangers:

Sudden weather changes, snowfall, wind,

avalanches, fog, ice, sun (risk of avalanches

increases as the day goes on). Every day,

the changing weather conditions affect

the terrain.

You are personally responsible for

assessing at your own discretion whether

a route is safe!

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Ellmau

0 500 m 1 km

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Golf course

circuit

Perfect for beginners.

! 1.3 km

˙ 10 m in altitude

˜ 10 m in altitude

` 40 min

H 782 m

••••••

F suitable for families

. Ellmau Dorf/Bauhof

bus stop (786 m)

˚ Ellmau central car park

or golf club car park

: Ellmau, Dorf/Bauhof

This easy snowshoe hike is perfect for all

beginners. With the Wilder Kaiser range always

in sight, traverse the snow-covered golf course

via small hills whilst enjoying the sunny winter

landscape. Winter hikers, cross-country skiers and

snowshoe hikers take advantage of the extensive

field at the foot of the Wilder Kaiser with its

various routes. Since the route is a circular tour,

the direction does not matter.

Refreshment stops:

There are numerous places for food and drink

in the village.

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Scheffau

0 500 m 1 km

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Kaiseralm

circuit

A circular route for experienced hikers that

starts and finishes at the Gasthof Jägerwirt.

! 4.8 km

˙ 250 m in altitude

˜ 250 m in altitude

` 3 h 15 min

H 1,151 m

••••••

. Hiking starting point

Wegscheid, Scheffau

(883 m)

˚ Wegscheid car park,

Scheffau – fee required

From the Wegscheid car park below the Jägerwirt

inn, hike along the forest road towards the Wegscheidalm

mountain hut. The first key point of

the snowshoe tour is the narrow wooden bridge

over the Wegscheidbach stream. After reaching

the Wegscheid-Niederalm mountain hut, leave

the forest road and follow the footpath to the left

towards the Kaiseralm mountain hut. After about

350 metres, cross the Wegscheidbach stream a

second time. Keep left and after a short ascent the

Kaiseralm mountain hut comes into view. Hike

straight across the Alpine meadow covered deep

in snow to the hut. We will now head back into the

valley. Follow the road in a southwesterly direction

(signpost to the Gaisberg car park). Shortly before

reaching the Schiesslinghöfe farmhouses, turn left

and follow the footpath to the Jägerwirt inn via the

Treffern farm.

PLEASE NOTE: This tour is only possible when

the avalanche conditions are absolutely safe. The

section after the Kaiseralm towards Schiessling

should only be traversed by those with avalanche

training and equipment.

https://avalanche.report

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Söll

0 500 m 1 km

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Bromberg

circuit

Explore the popular route passing the TV

filming spot on snowshoes.

! 7 km

˙ 350 m in altitude

˜ 350 m in altitude

` 4 h 45 min

H 1,070 m

••••••

. Cable car valley

station, Söll (725 m)

˚ Valley station car park,

Söll

Söll, Lift SkiWelt Söll

From the main car park (just before the valley

station at Stampfanger 21), walk along a forest trail

to the Stampfangerkapelle chapel. From there,

head left along the Stampfangerbach stream up

to Höckenhof/direction Gruberhof farm. At the

Höckenhof farmhouse, hike briefly down and

past the Talern farm in the direction of Köpfing.

Descend cross-country until you arrive back at the

starting point (ideally following the ski tour ascent

tracks or otherwise along the road, as this is better

without snowshoes).

Tip: Alternatively, at the Höckenhof farmhouse,

you can also follow the Bromberg road to the right

further up towards Alpengasthof Gruberhof inn

and treat yourself to a drink or a bite to eat. Walk

back along the trail to the Höckenhof farm to join

the circuit again. The additional detour extends the

total hiking time by about one hour and 15 minutes.

Refreshment stops:

Der Bäck

T: +43 (0) 5333 5260 4505

Hexenalm

T: +43 (0) 5333 5544

Alpengasthof Gruberhof

T: +43 (0) 5333 5104

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Söll

0 1 km 2 km

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Schattseit tour

Against the stunning backdrop of the

Wilder Kaiser range.

! 6 km

˙ 130 m in altitude

˜ 150 m in altitude

` 3 h 30 min

H 780 m

••••••

. Ahornsee car park,

Söll (693 m)

˚ Ahornsee car park,

Söll

Söll, ski centre/school

Trudge with your snowshoes from the Ahornsee

car park towards the valley station of the Söll

cable car. From here, hike along the Schattseitweg

trail across snow-covered meadows and fields

and in places along the edge of the forest to the

Gasthof Bocking inn. Enjoy magnificent views of

the Wilder Kaiser range and the tranquillity of the

snow-covered winter landscape. You can follow

the yellow hiking signs that state “Scheffau über

Schattseite.” After a relaxing stop at the Gasthof

Bocking inn, take the 4060 bus directly back to

Söll.

Refreshment stops:

Gasthof Bocking

T: +43 (0) 5333 5131

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Keen to toboggan? You have

to ascend the mountain first!

Unknown


n

Tobogganing

Family-friendly toboggan runs are just the

place to build up some speed and put the

finishing touch on your winter holiday in

the Wilder Kaiser region. There’s fun and

excitement at every turn!

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SAFE tobogganing.

Tobogganing is fun for one and all. But tobogganing also involves risks.

Here are a few tips worth knowing before you go.

1. Be considerate of others

Toboggan fans

Behave in such a way that you do

not endanger or harm others.

2. Observe closures and warning

signs

Make sure that the route has been

cleared for tobogganing. Inform

yourself about the course and

condition of the toboggan run.

3. Good equipment matters

For safety reasons, use only quality

toboggans as opposed to plastic

bobs or sledges. Always wear a

helmet and sturdy footwear.

4. Be attentive/careful when

going up

Walk to the right and in single file.

Only cross the toboggan run in

unobstructed spots that allow you

a clear view of the run.

5. Toboggan in a controlled

manner, keep an eye out for

others and maintain a safe

distance

Adjust your speed and style to your

ability, the number of other people,

and the conditions of the toboggan

run, i.e. snow, ice, weather conditions,

etc.

6. Draw attention to yourself

Warn those who are ascending that

you are coming down (loud shouting).

In the dark: wear a headlamp

and reflective clothing.

7. Wait for others in your party at

safe locations

Make sure everyone in your group

is safely together. Never stop in

places where you might cause

bottlenecks or where people ascending

cannot see you.

8. Tobogganing on ski slopes is

dangerous and prohibited

The risk of colliding with Skiers

is high. At night, ice can affect the

quality of the toboggan track.

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Tips and advice

for staying safe in the mountains.

9. No dogs

It is very difficult to keep dogs under

control during the ascent and

descent. Toboggan runs tend to be

narrow, and there is a high risk of

collision with toboggan riders on

their way down.

10. Do not toboggan under the

influence of alcohol or drugs

Intoxicants lower your ability to

react quickly and make you less

able to assess risks accurately.

Important information:

• Daily, weekly and season tickets are

not valid in the evening!

• All toboggan runs are closed for

slope grooming between 5 pm and

6.30 pm!

• For night-time tobogganing, you

can rent toboggans directly from the

valley stations in Going and Söll.

Should a toboggan accident occur:

Make the accident site safe, provide

first aid, and have your ID ready.

© Kuratorium für Alpine Sicherheit

(Alpine Safety Board)

Astbergbahn Going

Marchstraße 59, 6353 Going

T: +43 (0) 5358 2442

Bergbahn Söll

Stampfanger 21, 6306 Söll

T: +43 (0) 5333 5260

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Checklist

Equipment:

• sturdy boots/tall hiking boots

with a good outsole

• Ski trousers or waterproof trousers

• Helmet

• Ski goggles

• Gloves

• Gaiters (in certain conditions)

• Headlamp (in certain conditions)

Award winning:

The Astberg toboggan run in Going as

well as the Hexenritt and the Mondrodelbahn

toboggan runs in Söll were

awarded the Tyrolean seal of quality

for natural toboggan runs.

Difficulty classification

Easy natural toboggan run

A natural toboggan run (i.e. the

Mond rodelbahn toboggan run) is

classified as easy and is also suitable

for for beginners or children. It has a

maximum gradient of 14 %, an average

gradient of up to 10 % and curves with

a radius of at least 8 metres.

Moderately difficult toboggan runs

A moderate natural toboggan run

(i.e. the Hexenritt run) has a maximum

gradient of 18 %, an average gradient

of up to 12 % and curves with a radius

of at least 6 metres.

Difficult toboggan runs

A Difficult natural toboggan run may

only be used by experienced tobogganists.

It has a maximum gradient

of over 18 %, an average slope of over

12 % and curves with a radius of less

than 6 metres.

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Ellmau

Going

0 500 m 1 km

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n

Astberg mountain

A mountain with lots of tobogganing

options and good refreshment stops.

! 4.5 km

˙ 400 m in altitude

(Ellmau)

˜ 440 m in altitude

(Going)

H 1,251 m

moderate

. Astbergbahn chairlift

mountain station,

Going (1,251 m)

˚ Car park Astbergbahn

chairlift valley station,

Going or the Ellmau

central car park

Going, Astbergbahn

chairlift

Contact:

Bergbahnen Ellmau – Going

T: +43 (0) 5358 2320 or 2442

bergbahnen.ellmau@skiwelt.at

The Astbergbahn chairlift makes getting to the

start of the toboggan run easy. Alternatively, you

can hike from Ellmau past the parish church to the

Hausberg mountain or take a special mountain taxi

up. Once at the top, you'll have the opportunity to

grab a bite to eat at the surrounding huts before

tobogganing down the 4.5-km, fast-paced toboggan

run in about 20–25 minutes. A fork in the run

about two-thirds of the way down gives you the

choice between going right towards Going and the

Astbergbahn chairlift valley station, or left to the

Hotel der Bär in Ellmau. Hop on your toboggan

and enjoy this exhilarating winter experience

through snow-covered nature – day or night, fun

is always guaranteed! The toboggan run is open

daily from 8 am to 4 pm, and in the evening from

6:30 pm to midnight. The track is floodlit during

the evening. Please note: between 4:00 and 6:30 pm

and from midnight to 8 am, the track is closed for

grooming.

Refreshment stops:

Blattlalm

T: +43 (0) 5358 2713

Brenner Alm

T: +43 (0) 5358 44022

Koasa Hüttn

T: +43 (0) 699 18288108

Treichlhof

T: +43 (0) 5358 43369

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söll

0 500 m 1 km

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n

Mondrodelbahn

toboggan run

Exciting adventure stations for family

tobogganing on the Hohe Salve.

! 4 km

˜ 400 m in altitude

H 1,140 m

easy

. Mountain station of

the Hexenwasser

gondola lift (1,151 m)

˚ Valley station

car park, Söll

Söll, Lift SkiWelt Söll

Contact:

Berg- & Skilift Hochsöll GmbH

T: +43 (0) 5333 5260

Refreshment stops:

Alpengasthof Hochsöll

T: +43 (0) 5333 5260 4500

Stöcklalm

T: +43 (0) 5333 5127

Oberhausberg

T: +43 (0) 5333 5395

Hexenbar

T: +43 (0) 5333 5544

Moonlight

T: +43 (0) 664 4036006

The Mondrodelbahn toboggan run is open and

floodlit in the evenings only. Operating hours:

Wednesday through Saturday from 6:30 to 10:30

pm (lift operation until 9:30 pm). The Hexenwasser

gondola lift makes getting to the starting point easy

and convenient. The start of the track is just below

the mountain station of the Hexenwasser gondola

lift. The toboggan run, which is over eight metres

wide, makes overtaking easy and also leads past the

Stöcklalm mountain hut. Along the route there are

four discovery points related to the phases of the

moon, the starry sky and the North Star. Families

in particular can enjoy a safe, fun experience on

this 4-km, easy toboggan run. The track is not reliant

on the moon alone: it is optimally floodlit and

receives both natural and artificial snow. A special

experience awaits for one and all.

Mondrodelbahn

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0 500 m 1 km

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n

Hexenritt

toboggan run

Up for a wild ride?

Day or night: off you go!

! 3 km

˜ 360 m in altitude

H 1,140 m

moderate

. Mountain station of

the Hexenwasser

gondola lift (1,151 m)

˚ Valley station car park,

Söll

Söll, Lift SkiWelt Söll

Contact:

Berg- & Skilift Hochsöll GmbH

T: +43 (0) 5333 5260

bergbahnen.soell@skiwelt.at

www.skinacht.at

The start of this toboggan run on the Hohe Salve

is just below the mountain station of the Hexenwasser

gondola lift. The track features a great route

through the forest and truly lives up to its name.

After all, it takes a bit of courage to really lean

into the curves when thundering down fast-paced

trails. The Hexenritt run (witches' ride) ends after

a little less than three kilometres shortly after the

Stampfanger chapel, above the valley station of the

Söll cable car. A few magic moments along the way

make this track truly memorable. The toboggan

run is equipped with a permanent snow-making

system. From Wednesday to Saturday, you can

take the cable car to the start of the course until

9:30 pm. Those keen to spend a bit longer at a

mountain hut at the top have until 1:00 am to safely

descend via the illuminated track. Ready, set, fun!

Refreshment stops:

Alpengasthof Hochsöll

T: +43 (0) 5333 5260 4500

Gründlalm (bei Nachtbetrieb geschlossen)

T: +43 (0) 5333 5060

Hexenbar

T: +43 (0) 5333 5544

Moonlight

T: +43 (0) 664 4036006

www.wilderkaiser.info/en

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They who sing through summer

must dance in winter.

from Aesop’s Fables


p

Cross-country

skiing

Whether gliding gently or skating fast, during

a cross-country ski tour in the Wilder Kaiser

region you can enjoy not only the scenery but

also fun of winter sports at your own pace.

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SAFE cross-country skiing.

Cross-country skiing is a healthy nature sport providing great

opportunities for fitness, experiences and community. The following

recommendations are intended to help make cross-country skiing safer,

nature-friendly and conflict-free.

1. Be considerate of others

All cross-country skiers must

ensure that no one is endangered

or harmed by their behaviour.

2. Signage, direction

and technique

Observe all markings and signals

(safety signs). Always use trails and

slopes in the specified direction

and with the specified technique.

3. Track and trail selection

On trails with two or more tracks,

use the right-hand track. Groups

of cross-country skiers must use

the right-hand track in single file.

When free-styling, keep to the

right-hand side of the trail.

4. Overtaking

Overtaking is allowed on the right

or left. The skier in front of you is

not obliged to give way but should

consider doing so if it is safe.

5. Oncoming traffic

When encountering oncoming

skiers, both skiers should stay

right. Cross-country skiers going

downhill have priority.

6. Pole safety

Keep your poles close to your

body when you overtake another

trail user, when you are being

overtaken, and when you pass an

oncoming trail user.

7. Appropriate speed

All cross-country skiers must adapt

their speed and their behaviour

to their own level of ability, the

terrain, the density of traffic and

the current visibility. This is

especially important when going

downhill. Always keep a safe distance

to the skier in front of you.

Always be prepared to drop to the

ground to prevent a collision.

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Tips and hints to ensure safety

while cross-country skiing.

8. Avoiding obstructions

Leave the cross-country trail or

slope when taking a break. Clear

the cross-country trail or slope as

quickly as possible after a fall.

9 Provision of aid

All trail users are obliged to help

others in the event of an accident.

10. ID requirements

All participants and witnesses,

whether responsible or not,

must provide their own personal

details in the event of an accident.

© FIS Rules of Conduct

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Checklist

Equipment:

• Cross country skis & boots

• Cross-country poles (the length depends

on your cross-country skiing

style)

• Cross-country coat and/or vest

(ideally, a breathable item with a

wind stopper)

• Cross-country trousers

• Thermal underwear

• Cross-country gloves

• Headband/hat

• Sunglasses, sun cream

• A water bottle attached to a belt or

small backpack, energy bars

• Tissues

• Mobile phone

Tip: Scheffau’s most popular cross-country

attraction, the artificially snow-covered

village trail, is illuminated until 9:30 pm

every day!

In winter, cardio enthusiasts get to take

advantage of the illuminated circuit (1.1 km)

every evening.

Parking is available at the community hall

in Scheffau, where it is possible to join the

track.

The winter hiking map contains

comprehensive information about

the region’s cross-country trails

and winter hiking routes.

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Difficulty classification

Easy trails

Easy trails are predominantly flat. They have no uphill and downhill sections

with inclines of more than 10 % except for some short sections in open terrain.

Downhill sections on classic-style trails must offer skiers unobstructed views of

the entire trail without forcing them to change direction actively at any point.

They are marked in the colour BLUE.

Moderately difficult trails

Moderately difficult trails extend mainly through undulating terrain. They have

no uphill and downhill sections with inclines of more than 20 % except for some

short sections in open terrain. Downhill sections on classic-style trails may have

bends that force skiers to change direction actively. They are marked in RED.

Difficult trails

Difficult trails have uphill and downhill sections with inclines that exceed the

maximum angles for moderate trails. They are marked in BLACK.

Tipp: the Top ski school offers crosscountry

training every Friday. All details

are available from www.wilderkaiser.info/

events/en/events/list-events.html

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Cross-country

trail-marker system

The cross-country trail-marker

system helps you find your bearings

along the way. Please adhere to the

specified purposes of the trails!

1

Start

Sunnseitloipe: 4 km

2

Schattseitloipe: 5,5 km

Verbindung Scheffau: 5,9 km

Classification by style

Classic-style trails

With the exception of uphill and downhill stretches, cross-country ski trails for

classic technique may only be used for classic style, keeping the skis parallel to

one another.

Note: Such trails are also called “cross-country ski trails.”

Trail for free-style technique/skating

Trails for free-style/skating may also be used for classic style.

Do not walk on

cross-country

trails!

Keep dogs on a

lead and dispose of

any waste!

Please use the

provided bags for

dog waste!

Horseback riding is

prohibited!

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Kaiserloipe Ellmau

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Cross-country

skiing trails

in Ellmau

21

Kaiserloipe

lP

!5.5 km easy

˙ 50 m in altitude ˜ 50 m in altitude

Kaiserloipe

22

Village trail

lP

!1.2 km easy

˙ 0 m in altitude ˜ 0 m in altitude

Village trail

23


Bichlloipe

!1.3 km easy

˙ 30 m in altitude

Ellmau-Scheffau connecting trail

!3.6 km easy

˙ 10 m in altitude

˜ 30 m in altitude

˜ 70 m in altitude

lP

lP

(Skating track = winter hiking trail;

section where equipment must be carried)


Ellmau-Going connecting trail

!0.6 km easy

˙ 20 m in altitude

to Schwendterloipe trail red;

to Blattlloipe trail blue

(Skating track = winter hiking trail)

˜ 10 m in altitude

lP

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Ellmau

Ellmau-Scheffau connecting trail


23

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21

21


Ellmau-Going connecting trail

22

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Cross-country

skiing trails

in Going

31

Blattlloipe

lP

!1.2 km easy

˙ 10 m in altitude ˜ 10 m in altitude

32

Schwendterloipe trail

lP

!5.7 km easy

˙ 50 m in altitude ˜ 50 m in altitude

33

Aschauerloipe

lP

!7.7 km easy

˙ 110 m in altitude ˜ 110 m in altitude

(Skating track = winter hiking trail)


Going-Ellmau connecting trail

!0.8 km moderate

˙ 20 m in altitude

˜ 0 m in altitude

to Schwendterloipe trail red;

to Blattlloipe trail blue

(Skating track = winter hiking trail)

lP


St. Johann connecting trail

lP

! 1 km moderate

˙ 20 m in altitude ˜ 20 m in altitude

(Skating track = winter hiking trail)

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Going

Going–Ellmau connecting trail


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31

0 500 m 1 km

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Sonnenloipe Scheffau

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Cross-country

skiing trails

in Scheffau

11

Sonnenloipe

!3.8 km easy

˙ 50 m in altitude

˜ 50 m in altitude

(1.1 km artificial snow circuit -

illuminated/technical snow cover)

lP


Scheffau-Ellmau connecting trail

!3.6 km easy

˙ 70 m in altitude

˜ 10 m in altitude

lP

(Skating track = winter hiking trail;

section where equipment must be carried)

Sonnenloipe


Scheffau-Söll connecting trail lP

!5.9 km moderate

˙ 60 m in altitude ˜ 60m in altitude

(Skating track = winter hiking trail)

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Scheffau

11

Scheffau–Söll connecting trail


0 500 m 1 km

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Scheffau-Ellmau connecting trail

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Loipe Söll

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Cross-country

skiing trails

in Söll

1

Sunnseitloipe

lP

!5.3 km moderate

˙ 70 m in altitude ˜ 70m in altitude

2

Schattseitloipe

lP

!5.3 km moderate

˙ 80 m in altitude ˜ 80m in altitude

(Skating track extension = winter hiking trail)

3

Panoramaloipe

lP

! 1 km easy

˙ 0 m in altitude ˜ 0 m in altitude


Söll-Scheffau connecting trail lP

!5.9 km moderate

˙ 60 m in altitude ˜ 60 m in altitude

(Skating track = winter hiking trail)

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First up, then down,

and always faster!

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Ski tours on

slopes

After a sweaty, yet safe ascent on the margins

of the slopes and a well-deserved break at one

of the ski resort’s cosy huts, enjoy a welldeserved

downhill run on one of the optimally

groomed slopes.

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SAFE ski tours on slopes.

The following recommendations are designed to help make ski tours on

slopes both safe and conflict-free!

1. Observe warnings and local

regulations

2. Respect posted slope closures

Slopes may be closed due to lifethreatening

dangers such as winch

grooming or avalanche blasting.

3. Only ascend at the edge of the

slope and in single file

4. Cross the slope only in clear,

open places and with sufficient

distance to others

5. Make use of freshly groomed

slopes only at the edges

Tracks which freeze overnight

impair the quality of the slopes.

6. In the evening, leave the slopes

at the times specified by the

cable car company

7. Make yourself visible

Use a lamp and reflective clothing

when it is dark or visibility is poor.

8. When ski touring on the slopes,

only use appropriately marked

ascent routes/slopes

9 Do not take your dog on the

slopes

10. Use designated parking

spaces and pay parking fees,

if applicable

© Land Tirol

Please also observe FIS rules.

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Tips and tricks for safety

when ski touring on the slopes.

Checklist

Equipment:

• Appropriate outdoor clothing suitable

for the weather and temperature,

including a change of clothes and

warm clothing (hat, gloves)

• Ski touring boots, poles, touring

skis, skins and helmet

• Backpack

• Sun protection (sunglasses,

ski goggles, sunscreen, lip balm)

• Food and drink (sufficient liquids –

hot drinks and snacks)

• First aid package incl. blister plasters,

rescue blanket, bivouac sack & head

torch

• Mobile phone with a fully charged

battery

• ID, insurance card, cash

• Depending on the route, you may

also require an avalanche transceiver,

probe and shovel in open

terrain!

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hintereinander gehen

Difficulty classification

Easy ski tours on slopes

• for the ascent track: up to 20 % (approx. 11°) average gradient in the

longitudinal profile

• up to 25 % (approx. 14°) maximum gradient in longitudinal profile, with the

exception of short, slightly steeper sections

• up to 50 % (approx. 27°) slope incline

• all changes of direction are easy in curves.

Moderately difficulty ski tours on slopes

• for the ascent track: up to 30 % (approx. 17°) average gradient in the longitudinal

profile

• up to 40 % (approx. 22°) maximum gradient in longitudinal profile

• up to 70 % (approx. 35°) slope incline

• most changes of direction are possible in curves, in isolated places simple hairpin

turns may be necessary (hairpin terrain = from approx. 50%/27° incline).

Difficult ski tours on slopes

• the values clearly exceed those of the moderately difficult ski tours on slopes

route

• Ascent and changes of direction require strength and good hairpin technique

(hairpin terrain = from approx. 50 % / 27° incline).

Ski tours on slopes marker system

The ski tours on slopes marker system helps you find your bearings along the

way. Please adhere to these orange signs and their instructions.

START

Bergstation 4,3 km

Hexenwasser 447 hm

KeatAlm

4,0 km

links halten

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Bergstation

Hexenwasser

ACHTUNG

SKIPISTE QUEREN

ACHTUNG

RODELBAHN

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CHIUSO

GESPERRT

CLOSED

FERMÈ

PISTENTOURENROUTE

Further information about ski tours in the Wilder Kaiser region is available online.

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0 500 m 1 km

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Ski tours on slopes

in Ellmau

Hartkaiser No. 1 ascent route (Ski route 80c/d)

!4.2 km ˙ 700 m in altitude `2 h 30 min

H 1,520 m

moderate

. Hartkaiserbahn valley station, Ellmau (820 m)

˚ Hartkaiser valley station car park, Ellmau – fee required

Ellmau, Hartkaiserbahn gondola lift

This ski route can be used daily from

8:00 am to 4:30* pm.

(*Important note: You must plan to be back to the valley

station by 4:30 pm at the latest! From 4:30 pm, the

slope is closed without exception - except on touring

Thursday)

Ski Touring Thursday from 5 January 2023 to 16 March

2023, from 8:00 am to 10:00 pm daily.

From 10 pm the ski slope is closed without exception.

Please adhere to these times. Slope grooming vehicles

can be life threatening!

Refreshment stops:

Kaiserlounge

T: +43 (0) 5358 2320

Jägerhütte

T: +43 (0) 664 4388946

Tirol Bar & Grill

T: +43 (0) 5358 2320

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Ski tours on slopes

in Söll

Mountain station Hexenwasser cable car

(family-friendly ski run/Mondrodelbahn route no. 40)

1

! 4.3 km

˙ 412 m in

altitude

` 1 h 30 min H 1,150 m easy

Daily from 7–11 am; Wed-Sat from 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm; downhill runs until max. 10 pm

To the Hexenwasser mountain station & the Keat Almen area No. 40a

(Downhill, route no. 40a & on to the Keat downhill route no. 43)

2

!3.2 km

˙ 762 m in

altitude

` 1 h 30 min H 1,500 m difficult

Daily from 7–11 am; Wed-Sat from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm; downhill runs until max. 10 pm

Applies to both routes:

. Cable car valley station, Söll (738 m) – checkpoint

˚ Ski tourers car park, Söll

Söll, Lift SkiWelt Söll

Refreshment stops:

Alpengasthof Hochsöll

T: +43 (0) 5333 5260 4500

Gründlalm mountain inn

(closed at night)

T: +43 (0) 5333 5060

Stöcklalm

T: +43 (0) 5333 5127

Oberhausberg

T: +43 (0) 5333 5395

Moonlight

T: +43 (0) 664 4036006

Hexenbar

T: +43 (0) 5333 5544

To ensure that the use of the slopes in SkiWelt Söll remains

a pleasant experience for all visitors, we have set

fixed times and routes for ski tours on the slopes. Tickets

are available at the ticket machine directly at the ski tourer

car park or at the ticket office of the Söll cable car.

RATES FOR SKI TOURERS

Day or evening ticket:

Adults € 10 / Youths € 8 / Children € 5

Season ticket (valid during the day & evening):

Adults € 100 / Youths € 80 / Children € 50

Ski tours on slopes are free of charge for ski pass &

season ticket holders!

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Wow! So many experiences! At SkiWelt Wilder

Kaiser-Brixental, ski fans are not only able to

enjoy 270 kilometres of perfectly groomed

slopes, but also have access to a host of other

offers and attractions.

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270 KM OF SKI RUNS

80 REFRESHMENT STOPS

SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser – Brixental.

Experience one of the world’s very best ski

resorts for yourself!

Cable Car

8/10 Combination lift

8 Detachable 8-seater chair lift

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Drag lift

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Lodges, restaurants, bars

Funpark / Funslopes

ALPENIGLU® igloo village

Skimovie track

Timed speed run

Floodlit toboggan run

Night skiing

Winter hiking trail

Cross Country ski runs

Launch site for paragliders

Child care

Ski bus / Ski bus route

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So many experiences, so little time!

At the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser –

Brixental, an incredible variety of

extras await ski fans of all ages.

Ski storage areas

Secure and convenient

After a day on the slopes, you can

store and dry your skis and ski boots

in one of the heated ski storage areas.

Ellmau

Going

Intersport Winkler

at the Hartkaiser

valley station

GoingSport at the

Astbergbahn chairlift

valley station

Ski hire

Perfectly equipped

The right ski, boots and other

equipment for your perfect day on

the slopes are available from approx.

20 ski hire shops in Ellmau, Going,

Scheffau and Söll. The Wilder Kaiser

region’s ski hire shops and ski schools

have a wealth of experience to share

and the latest models of ski in stock as

well as the best service!

Scheffau

Söll

Hansis Sportshop and

Waldhof Sports

at the Brandstadlbahn

mountain and valley

stations

Sporthaus Edinger,

Skicenter Stoll

Tip: When a parent buys a ski pass valid

for at least 3 days during the Family Ski

Weeks, all accompanying children up to

15 years of age ski for free in the same

time period.

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Spring would be only half

as beautiful without the winter.

Walter Ludin


AND more …

What else does the Wilder Kaiser region have

to offer during winter? Are you keen to ski

until the very last moment or perhaps to try

a different activity beyond the slopes? The

following sporting and relaxing activities will

also ensure that you have an unforgettable

holiday experience.

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ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES

IN THE WILDER KAISER REGION

Horse-drawn sleigh rides

Ice stock sport

Paragliding


Llama trekking

Ice skating

Snowbiking


KaiserBad Ellmau.

The perfect place to have fun and

relax whatever the weather.

Swimming & children

The Kaiserbadswim and recreation

centre in Ellmau turns a day of bathing

into a true adventure thanks to

the sauna area and the exciting indoor

pool featuring the "Ellmi's Freunde"

kids’ play area. Located at the foot of

the Wilder Kaiser range, this swimming

pool features everything families

are looking for on its extensive

grounds. From the indoor adventure

pool, parents and children can swim

directly to the warm 30°C heated outdoor

pool. The re-imagined children's

area was generously expanded to

include several play and fun areas. At

"Ellmi's friends" at the Kaiserbad swim

and recreation centre, little ones come

up big!

Climbing

Anyone who wants to take a break

from the water can work off some

energy in the climbing hall. Whether

you’re a beginner or seasoned pro

looking for somewhere to train, the

newly built indoor climbing centre

provides the ideal conditions and

plenty of space for you to try out your

skills. With a floor area of 173 m2,

there is 805 m2 of climbing space with

a height of up to 16 metres. The centre

features around 100 routes varying

in difficulty level from 3 to 10. Of

these routes, 35 lines can be climbed

simultaneously. Safety is of utmost

importance, which is why the centre is

equipped with two TOPPAS securing

machine. It also boasts a small bouldering

and warm-up area.

Tip: try out climbing for yourself during

a taster climbing session at Kaiserbad

Ellmau. Receive top advice from mountain

and sport-climbing guides. You'll find all

the relevant information online at

www.wilderkaiser.info/events/en/events/

list-events.html

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Spa and sauna

Keeping your body and soul in harmony

with the elements is one way

of boosting health and promoting

relaxation. What could be better than

spending some time looking after

your own health and well-being in a

completely tranquil environment? The

new spa area is an ideal place for true

relaxation with a stone pine panorama

sauna, salt steam bath and herbal

steam bath. The infrared cabins, some

with salt mist, offer deep relaxation

and the enlarged log cabin sauna with

its crushed ice machine is an absolute

treat. The relaxation areas, including

the Kaiser terrace, hay barn and sauna

bar, have something for every sauna

aficionado.

Indoor tennis centre

The two indoor courts are the perfect

place for tennis lovers.

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The following are sports stores as well as equipment rental companies

in the region:

ELLMAU

Intersport Winkler (Main Store)

Dorf 11

T: +43 (0) 5358 2305

info@intersport-winkler.at

www.intersport-winkler.at

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Intersport Winkler

(Hartkaiser valley station)

Weißachgraben 5

T: +43 (0) 5358 43286

info@intersport-winkler.at

www.intersport-winkler.at

wstlsrg

Snowboarding Freaks on Snow

beim Kirchbichllift

T: +43 (0) 664 3418409

info@freaksonsnow.com

www.freaksonsnow.com

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Schuh- & Sport Günther

Birkenweg 23

T: +43 (0) 5358 2548

info@schuh-sport.at | www.schuh-sport.at

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TOP Skischule Hauptfiliale | Sportfuchs

Alte Straße 3

T: +43 (0) 5358 2555

info@topskischule.com

www.topskischule.com | www.sportfuchs.net

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(no avalanche-safety equipment)

TOP Skischule Dorffiliale

Kirchplatz 2

T: +43 (0) 5358 3700

info@topskischule.com

www.topskischule.com

stlSr

Ski Paradies / Bianca’s Sportshop

Dorf 37

T: +43 (0) 670 5555409

skiparadies_ellmau@hotmail.com

www.skiparadies-ellmau.at

wstlsr

Skischule & Skiverleih Ellmau Hartkaiser

Kapellenweg 8 & Kirchplatz 15

T: +43 (0) 5358 2572

info@skischule-ellmau.com

www.skischule-ellmau.com

tlsrg

Sport GATT

Dorf 38

T: +43 (0) 650 4483772

office@sport-gatt.at

www.sport-gatt.at

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Club Vertikal

Biedring 17

T: +43 (0) 676 6132066

info@clubvertikal.at

www.clubvertikal.at

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(no skis, only emergency equipment: shovel, avalanche

transceiver, probe)

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Going

GoingSport (main shop)

Dorfstraße 10

T: +43 (0) 5358 3127

office@goingsport.at

www.goingsport.at

wslsrg

GoingSport (Astbergbahn)

Marchstraße 59

T: +43 (0) 664 2517632

office@goingsport.at

www.goingsport.at

tSr

Rodelverleih Steiner (toboggan hire)

Marchstraße 73

T: +43 (0) 664 2140728

info@appartement-eden.at

www.appartement-eden.at

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Sport-Eck Stanglwirt*****

Kaiserweg 1

T: +43 (0) 2000 7852

sporteck@stanglwirt.com

www.goingsport.at

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Schischule und Verleih Schwaiger

Lanzenweg 19

T: +43 (0) 5358 2121

info@schischule-going.at

www.schischule-going.at

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Scheffau

Sport Gatt

Am Trattenbach 8

T: +43 (0) 650 4483772

office@sport-gatt.at

www.sport-gatt.at

wtlsrg

Alpin-Laden-Center Sportshop Rainer

Dorf 29

T: 43 (0) 5358 8346

rainer.soell@aon.at

www.sport-rainer.at

wstlsrg

Sport Schuh Steiner

Blaiken 72

T: +43 (0) 680 3079814

info@sport-schuh-steiner.at

www.sport-schuh-steiner.at

ws

Ski & Boards Hansi’s Sportshop

Schwarzach 2

T: +43 (0) 5358 8417

info@hansissportshop.at

www.hansissportshop.at

s sr

Waldhof Sports

Schwarzach 3 – 5

T: +43 (0) 5358 8122-33

sports@waldhof.info

www.waldhof.info

tlsr

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Söll

Sporthaus Edinger (valley station)

Stampfanger 21

T: +43 (0) 5333 20040

info@sport-edinger.at

www.sport-edinger.at

wstlsr

Sporthaus Edinger (village centre)

Dorf 134

T: +43 (0) 5333 5159

info@sport-edinger.at

www.sport-edinger.at

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Snowfun – Steinbacher

Dorf 133

T: +43 (0) 5333 5882

info@snowfun.biz

www.snowfun.biz

wlSr

Rodelverleih Hohe Salve (toboggan hire)

Stampfanger 21

T: +43 (0) 664 2709475

info@rodelverleih.at

www.rodelverleih.at

t

SkiCenter Stoll

Stampfanger 7

T: +43 (0) 5333 5440

info@skicenter-stoll.at

www.skicenter-stoll.at

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Sport Mayr

Dorf 31

T: +43 (0) 5333 5483

sport.mayr@aon.at

www.sportmayr.info

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WILDER KAISER RANGE IN SUMMER


Think gift vouchers

are boring? Think again!

Spring in the Wilder Kaiser region is incredible –

now is the time to give the gift of anticipation

for an unforgettable holiday experience in the Wilder

Kaiser region!

A voucher in the amount of your choice is always the right call.

Your voucher will support the local businesses!

Find out more at www.wilderkaiser.info/en/shop/wilder-kaiser-voucher.html


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main road

Main road/

secondary road

Cart path/footpath

Toll road/

no access

Nature reserve

Cable car/

gondola lift

Chairlift,

surface lift

Hotel/inn

Restaurant/

inn

Refreshment stop/

mountain inn

Private rental/

Farm

Hunting cabin

Tourist Info

Emergency station

K

p

Ice stock sport

Tennis court

Climbing hall

Indoor pool

Stop:

public bus

Stop: Ski bus

Combined stop:

regular bus

and ski bus

Car park

Church/Chapel

Fort/Castle

Museum

Monument

Viewpoint

Summit cross

Wayside cross

Cave

Waterfall

Spring

Rock

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Winter hiking routes, cross-country trails and

toboggan runs

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Winter hiking trail/Alpine winter hiking trail

Winter hiking trail alternative route

Snowshoe hike/section where equipment must be carried

Snowshoe hike alternative route

Easy x-skiing trail/section where equipment must be carried

Illuminated cross-country ski trail

Moderate trail

Difficult trail

Toboggan run

Ski tours on slopes

Ski run

Route length

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Snowboard equipment

Starting point

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Freestyle (skating)

Descent in metres

Winter hiking clothing

w and equipment

Hiking time

highest point s

Snowshoes

Required level of fitness n

Tobogganing

Difficulty

Cross country ski

q

equipment

suitable for children

and families s

Ski equipment

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The Wilder Kaiser GuestCard:

your travel and activity pass!

Enjoy the many benefits of your Wilder Kaiser Card!

Wilder Kaiser Card

Service

GuestCard

BürgerCard / StaffCard /

FreizeitwohnsitzCard

To be requested from HOST TOURIST INFO / ONLINE

All year round

Buses to Kufstein, Wörgl,

Kitzbühel, St. Johann i.T.

INCLUDED

VVT TICKETS TO RENT

AT TOURIST INFO*

Tourist board activity programme AUTHORISED INCLUDED**

Activity programme from local

providers

Admission to tourist attractions and

the Kaiserbad

– – ***

DISCOUNTED

DISCOUNTED

KaiserJet and hikers’ buses INCLUDED INCLUDED

Phone taxi Ellmau-Going € 2 € 2

Summer

Tickets for the summer cable cars DISCOUNTED**** DISCOUNTED****

Bathing lakes DISCOUNTED DISCOUNTED

Rentals (ski rentals) DISCOUNTED DISCOUNTED

Hiking map & bike map

at the Tourist Info

DISCOUNTED

DISCOUNTED

Ski buses INCLUDED INCLUDED

Winter

Ski passes/cable car tickets – –

Childcare at the ski area DISCOUNTED DISCOUNTED

Rentals (bikes) DISCOUNTED DISCOUNTED

* at the Tourist Info, max. 10 × per year ** Remaining space, 10 ×per season

*** StaffCard: remaining spaces for free incl. one accompanying person **** excluding season tickets

Special discounts for locals and tourism employees can be found at wilderkaiser.info/dahoam

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Guest Card = ticket

For scheduled public transport services

(all year round, GuestCard holders only)

Line 4060: Wörgl – Itter – Söll – Scheffau – Ellmau – Going – St. Johann i. T.

Line 4006: Kitzbühel – Reith – Going – Ellmau

Line 4902: Kufstein – Schwoich – Söll

Guests must present their GuestCard

immediately upon boarding.

BürgerCard, StaffCard and FreizeitwohnsitzCard

holders can borrow special tickets (VVT tickets)

for free public transport throughout Tirol from the

Tourist Info instead (subject to availability).

Staff

Freizeit -

Wohnsitz

= FAHRKARTE / BUS TICKET

Notes & Conditions. The Wilde Kaiser GuestCard:

→ is available in bank card format or as an eco-friendly digital card on your

smartphone.

→ is provided free of charge by your host upon check-in or in advance via e-

mail.

→ is non-transferable and is valid up to and including your day of departure

→ does not include warranty or compensation coverage for services not consumed

or unavailable.

Short-term changes to the range of services offered may occur.

The Tourismusverband Wilder Kaiser’s General Terms and Conditions apply

www.wilderkaiser.info/en/general-terms-conditions.html

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Tourist tax

Your contribution to service and infrastructure

The tourist tax (also called visitor's tax or local tax) is legally mandated by the state

of Tirol and serves to promote Tirolean tourism. The accommodation provider is

obliged to collect the tourist tax on behalf of the Federal State of Tirol. The greater

part of this tax goes to the Tourismusverband Wilder Kaiser which uses it to finance,

amongst other things, tourism infrastructure, publications, guest relations,

ski and hikers’ buses, and events.

A tourist tax of €2.50 per person per night applies in all four villages in the

Wilder Kaiser holiday region. Persons aged 15 or under at the end of the calendar

year are exempt from the tourist tax.

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WILDER KAISER

Schnell & günstig zum

Wilden Kaiser. Mit der Bahn.

100 % entspannt. 100 % mobil. Immer günstig dank Super Sparpreisen

oder BahnCard. Bereits ab 17,90 Euro, solange verfügbar.

Der Wilde Kaiser ist aus fast ganz Deutschland bestens erreichbar –

mit dem ICE in Hochgeschwindigkeit bis nach München und dann

schnell weiter, z. B. nach Kufstein. Oder im Nachtsprung mit dem

ÖBB Nightjet oder den Nacht-ICE-Verbindungen!

Ab

17 90

im ICE

€*

Weitere Infos und Buchung unter bahn.de/tirol

*Solange der Vorrat reicht.


Getting around

the Wilder Kaiser region

Ski buses

Numerous free ski buses available

in every village transport guests to

the local valley stations at regular

intervals.

Tip: By taking advantage of the

cable car’s ski storage facilities, you

can ride the ski bus in comfortable

shoes with no equipment!

Missed the bus? No problem! Our

local taxi companies will be happy

to take you to your destination

(Price by agreement).

Ellmau

Stadttaxi

Ellmau/Kitzbühel

+43 (0) 5358 3912

Taxi SOS

24 Stunden

+43 (0) 5358 44344

Kaiser Taxi Ellmau

+43 (0) 676 7915880

Going

Taxi Steiner

+43 (0) 5358 2141

Scheffau

Taxi Gatt

+43 (0) 5358 8112

Söll

Taxi Royal

+43 (0) 664 32 93979

Taxi Stefan

+43 (0) 5333 6161

Taxi Peda

+43 (0) 5333 43333

Hiking with

bus support

With the ski bus, winter hikers or

cross-country skiers can access the

most beautiful and secluded corners

of the Wilder Kaiser region. Locations

such as Scheffau's Hintersteiner

See lake, the Söll Sunnseitweg

route, Ellmau's Bergdoktor practice

and the Schwendt Sonnenplateau

in Going can all be reached with ski

buses. These can easily be combined

with the regular bus service, which

is also free of charge and runs between

Ellmau, Going, Scheffau and

Söll. Another attractive option is to

hike to a neighbouring village and

then return by bus. Savour the calm

side of the Kaiser region and enjoy a

relaxing day in the fresh air – thanks

to the high frequency service you

can end your tour at any time and

return to your accommodation.

Public bus plan

LINIENBUSPLÄNE

KOSTENLOS MIT GÄSTECARD

Ellmau going scheffau Söll

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gas emissions were offset to benefit regional projects in the Austrian

Alpine region.

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Publisher: Wilder Kaiser Tourist Board — Pictures: Wilder Kaiser Tourist Board, Söll/Hochsöll mountain railroad, Ellmau/Going mountain railroad,

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Tourismusverband

Wilder Kaiser

Fieberbrunn

St. Johann in Tirol

Fieberbrunn

6352 Ellmau · Dorf 35

Tirol · Austria

T: +43 (0) 50509

office@wilderkaiser.info

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