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Winter hiking

Cross-country skiing

Snowshoe hiking

Tobogganing

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Wilder Kaiser circuit 5.8 km 50 m

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Römerhof circular walk 6.3 km 100 m

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Sunnseit winter circuit 5.2 km 80 m

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Kaiserloipe

5.5 km

Scheffau-Söll connecting trail

5.9 km

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Golf course snowshoe circuit 1.3 km 10 m

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Astberg toboggan run 4.5 km easy

Winter hiking

& cross-country skiing

INCLUDED

TOURS

Winter map

Winter activities and information

Winter 2019/20

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Hartkaiserweg trail 12 km 140 m

850 m

Hausberg circuit 4.7 km 10 m

460 m

Winter wonderland 12 km 530 m

Wochenbrunnweg trail 9 km 300 m

„Der Bergdoktor“ circuit

in winter

11.4 km 160 m

Schwendter Sonnenplateau 7.4 km 105 m

Hollenauer Kreuz 10.7 km 360 m

Graspoint-Niederalm

mountain hut

Towards Kufstein

5.7 km 250 m

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Prama circular walk 7.6 km 100 m

Lake circuit trail 5.7 km 90 m

Kaiser circular walk 8.8 km 230 m

Rehbach circuit in winter 3.8 km 170 m

Crystal clear streams 4.2 km 160 m

Brandstadl summit cross 1.3 km 40 m

Blaiken circular walk 3.8 km 90 m

Energy trail circular walk

in winter

6.1 km 100 m

Söll’s golden trail in winter 3.2 km 60 m

Sonnbichl winter circuit 3 km 40 m

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Schattseit winter circuit 5.3 km 70 m

Winter walk

Hohe Salve

Winter circuit

Hochsöll

Winter hiking trail

Hexenwasser Theme Park

0.4 km 15 m

3.2 km 100 m

1.2 km 45 m

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Village trail

Bichlloipe

Ellmau-Scheffau connecting trail

Blattlloipe

Schwendt trail

3.6 km

1.2 km

5.7 km

7.3 km

3.6 km

Aschauerloipe 7.7 km Scheffau/Söll-Oberstegen

1.4 km

connecting trail

St. Johann connecting trail, Römerhof 1.6 km

Söll-Itter connecting trail

4 km

Going–Ellmau connecting trail 0.6 km

8 Auinger cross-country trail

0.8 km

To the crossroads leading towards Ellmau BLUE

From the Ellmau crossroads to the Schwendt cross-country

trail RED

Sonnenloipe

illuminated/technical snow cover

1.2 km

2.5 km

3.8 km

1.0 km

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Sunnseitloipe

Panoramaloipe

Sunnseit cross-country skiing and

hiking route

Schattseit cross-country

skiing and hiking route

Hexenloipe cross-country trail

Knollnbrand cross-country trail

4 km

1 km

0.6 km

0.9 km

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Bruggenmoos circuit 1 km 50 m

Schattseit tour 6 km 130 m

Bromberg circuit 7 km 350 m

Moon toboggan run 4 km easy

The Mondrodelbahn toboggan run is only open from

Wednesday to Saturday night.

Hexenritt toboggan run 3.8 km moderate

Steg circuit 7.3 km 210 m 4

Tannbichl natural

1.4 km easy

toboggan run

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Wien (380 km)

Salzburg (80 km)

Wilder Kaiser

Innsbruck (80 km)

München (120 km)

Wien (380 km)

Salzburg (80 km)

Wilder Kaiser

Innsbruck (80 km)

München (120 km)

Innsbruck

Innsbruck

Wörgl

Wörgl

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Kufstein

Kufstein

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Söll

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Kitzbühel

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Going St. Johann in Tirol

Tourismusverband

Ellmau

Fieberbrunn

SkiWelt

Publisher: Tourismusverband Wilder Kaiser—

Images: Tourismusverband Wilder Kaiser, Reiter/von

Felbert, Martin Raffeiner, Matthias Knaus, Gerhard Groger

Photography, Bergbahnen Söll, Jessica Kassner, Igludorf

Brixen, Roland Defrancesco — Text: Tourismusverband Wilder

Kaiser — Cartography: Alpenweltverlag Südtirol — Graphic

design: Studio Botschaft, Munich — Graphic concept: himmel.

Design und Kommunikation, Scheffau / Innsbruck — Translation

into English: Covi, Wurzer & Partner — Printed by: RWf,

Volders — Subject to change and printing errors. © 11.2019

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St. Johann in Tirol

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Salzburg

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6352 Ellmau · Dorf 35

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Key

Numbered main road

Main road / secondary road

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Climbing hall

Indoor pool

Connecting trail to St. Johann

Towards St. Johann

Winter hiking trail signposting

system

The winter hiking trails are marked by dark green arrows

and white snowflakes on the yellow signposts. Along the

trails, they are marked by green signs.

Be careful if you leave the signposted winter hiking trails.

In snow conditions, the summer hiking trail network and

its markings are invisible, putting you at risk of disorientation

and alpine hazards and dangers.

There are two ways

of using the trails – as

winter hiking trails

or as combined trails

for winter hiking and

cross-country skiing

(classic style or skating).

Winter hiking routes, cross-country trails and toboggan runs

Winter hiking route / Alpine winter hiking route

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Skiwanderroute Sunnseit: 7,3 km

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Cart path / footpath

Stop: public bus

Snowshoe hiking trail

Towards Wörgl

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Toll road / no access

Nature reserve

Cable car / gondola lift

Chairlift, surface lift

Hotel, inn

Restaurant, inn

Refreshment stop, mountain inn

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Stop: ski bus

Combined stop:

public and ski bus

Car park

Church

Chapel

Castle, palace

Museum

Easy/illuminated cross-country trail

Some sections require you to carry your equipment

Moderate trail

Difficult trail

Toboggan run

Ski run

Route length

Private accommodation, farm

Monument

Ascent in metres

Hunting cabin

Viewpoint

Classic-style

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Information

Summit cross

Freier Stil (Skating)

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Emergency station

Wayside cross

Connecting trail to Itter

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Toilets

Cave

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Ice rink

Waterfall

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Ice stock/tarmac ice stock lane

Spring

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Indoor tennis centre

Rock

Towards Kitzbühel


Ski schools and ski school

information

Skiing lessons for all the family

Hit the slopes with the Wilder Kaiser ski schools. Skiing

in the Alps is a dream come true for every winter sports

enthusiast. Wide slopes set against stunning alpine backdrops

beckon you to join in the downhill fun. And with a

large number of ski schools available across the four Kaiser

villages of Ellmau, Going, Scheffau and Söll, nothing

could be easier. Highly qualified ski teachers with decades of

experience offer state-of-the-art lessons at all levels. Beginners

quickly get a feel for the sport and learn to use their

skis well. Those returning to the slopes after a break easily

regain their skills and technique in the relaxed atmosphere

of the lessons. Dedicated children's ski schools ensure that

even the littlest members of your family are not left out:

with fun and age-appropriate lessons, children from the age

of three learn to carve down the slopes like experts in no

time. The varied skiing areas of the Wilder Kaiser offer ideal

practice slopes, fast-paced descents and a wide range of lifts

to turn your skiing holiday into an exhilarating adventure.

SkiWelt night skiing and

Alpeniglu Dorf igloo village

Night skiing

In the evening, SkiWelt Söll – the white arena at the foot

of the Hohe Salve mountain – can be seen lit up from afar.

From Wednesday to Saturday, 10 km of irresistible, freshly

groomed slopes at the largest night skiing area in Tirol

invite you to carve turns in the floodlit snow. Once you have

removed your skis, it’s not far to go to enjoy some aprèsski

fun.

ALPENIGLU® Dorf Igloo Village

A magical world of icy adventure. The snow-covered village

consisting of 18 igloos is located at the mountain station in

Hochbrixen, easily accessible even for night skiers. With an

igloo hotel, restaurant, bar, ice exhibition and sun lounge,

the ALPENIGLU® Dorf Igloo Village is a multifaceted

world of adventure. It revolves all around the stuff winter

dreams are made of: ice. Every winter, international ice

artists create extraordinary sculptures; themes vary each year.

SkiWelt race slopes and

snowbiking

SkiWelt race slopes

A fun adventure for young and old visitors alike. The SkiWelt

speed-tracking race slopes in Brixen im Thale, Ellmau-

Going and Söll let you compete with your friends to find out

exactly how fast you can whizz down the hills on your skis

or snowboard.

Snowbiking

Your eyes on the descent, the handlebars in your fists, powder

snow under your feet and your rear end planted securely in

the saddle: what, mountain-biking on the slopes? Not quite,

but you’re close! We have something even better for you.

Snowbiking combines the dynamism of cycling with the

wintry magic of skiing.

Ski hut fun

Across the SkiWelt, 81 cosy, family-run huts, mountain

restaurants and après-ski bars offer plenty of relaxation

and refreshments for everyone. Every mountain hut is completely

unique. On top of tasty, regional delicacies, guests

get to enjoy regular live music and brilliant events all winter

long.

During the Skihüttengaudi Weeks from 7 to 29 March

2020, the various inns host daily live acts: Austrian folk, DJs

playing hip electro beats, jazz, boogie, rock, you name it. At

the same time, there will be free guided tours of the SkiWelt

from Monday to Friday, each culminating in an après-ski

event at one of the participating huts.

Skiing, snowboarding and

tobogganing

Three fun parks and two obstacle courses (“Hans im Glück”

and “Hexenwelle”) at the heart of SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser –

Brixental offer brilliant free-style adventures. Everyone can

join in the fun, beginners and expert riders alike.

Our two SkiMovie slopes offer plenty of fun and excitement

– on the slopes and, again, on your screens at home. When

you get back to your home or hotel after a fun-filled day

of skiing, enter your ski pass number at www.skiline.cc to

watch your most daring stunts.

Its many natural, well-groomed toboggan runs have

made the Wilder Kaiser region a popular destination for

tobogganists. Four family-friendly toboggan runs with a

combined length of more than 12 kilometres and some

artificially snow-covered sections will get you up to speed in

no time. And you can even enjoy them at night. The Hexenritt

(Witches’ Ride) and Mondrodelbahn (Moon Toboggan Run)

in Söll and the Astberg Toboggan Run in Ellmau/Going are

kept groomed and illuminated after dark.

Ski tours and paragliding

Ski touring

Ski tourers in the Wilder Kaiser region get to experience

the unspoilt wildness of the mountains on unique routes,

accompanied by experienced and certified guides. Various

equipment hire shops provide you with everything you need

to make your tour an unforgettable holiday highlight. Ski

touring at SkiWelt is permitted during opening hours only.

SkiWelt Ellmau hosts touring nights every Thursday from

26 December 2019 to 05 March 2020. The valley ski run is

open for ski tourers until 10 pm. Afterwards, all slopes are

closed off completely for grooming with a winch.

Paragliding

Paragliders get to explore an unparalleled realm of excitement

when they take off from the Hohe Salve, Hartkaiser,

Brandstadl or Choralpe mountains. The stretch between

Wilder Kaiser and Brixental offers perfect conditions for

airborne adventurers.

Llama trekking and horsedrawn

sleigh rides

Llama trekking

A unique winter hike in special company at the foot of the

Wilder Kaiser. Llama mama Ruth and her llamas will

accompany you on this winter hike, which takes you directly

from the farm in Ellmau to the romantic winter landscape

of the Wilder Kaiser. Everyone is allowed to lead a llama - a

special experience for all animal lovers!

Horse-drawn sleigh rides

Uncover the peaceful side of winter by taking a romantic

trip on a horse-drawn sleigh and discover the villages in the

Wilder Kaiser region at a relaxing pace as the coachman tells

you stories about the old farmhouses. Breathe in the crisp

winter air as dusk falls and see out the day snuggled under

the warmth of a fur blanket.

KaiserBad spa and climbing

hall

Kaiserbad Ellmau is a spa situated at the foot of the majestic

mountain range. Take in the spectacular views of the peaks

while enjoying a thorough pampering in the warm sauna

jacuzzi.

Visitors of the Kaiserbad spa in Ellmau also get to immerse

themselves in a majestic water landscape featuring an

indoor adventure pool with a lazy river leading to the

outdoor section. A winter slide offers plenty of fun even

in the cold months.

For a few hours of peace and tranquillity, head to the

thermal spa with its herbal sauna, chamomile steam bath,

eucalyptus grotto, a Finnish sauna in a Tirolean block

house, water loungers and relaxing infrared cabins.

If you’d rather get active, the tennis and climbing halls

are for you.

“Der Bergdoktor”

The home of the “Bergdoktor” – just like on screen

The German-Austrian series “Der Bergdoktor” is currently

the most successful prime-time show on German television.

And it has been filmed right here in the Wilder Kaiser region

since 2007. The “Der Bergdoktor” winter hike or horsedrawn

carriage ride will take you to the most spectacular

filming locations of the show.

Tip: During the Fandays in May and the Bergdoktor Show

in October, the stars of the show come to the Wilder Kaiser

region to spend time with their fans.

GETTING AROUND THE WILDER KAISER REGION

Wilder Kaiser GuestCard

You will receive the Wilder Kaiser GuestCard free of charge

from your host. You can choose between the printed and

digital version. The ticket gives you free access to all ski and

winter hiking buses and all public buses in the region. You

also get to join the free guided winter hikes offered by the local

tourist board. Many sports equipment and ski hire shops,

tourist destinations, tours from our activity programme,

and other shops will give you discounts. The same (with the

exception of free access to public buses) applies to the Bürger-

Card, StaffCard and FreizeitwohnsitzCard tickets.

Ski buses and winter hiking buses

Numerous free ski buses transport guests to the local valley

stations from all villages at regular intervals.

Tip 1: By taking advantage of the cable car’s ski storage

facilities, you can ride the ski bus in comfortable shoes with

no equipment!

Tip 2: The ski buses also transport guests to more distant

districts, therefore enabling winter hikers to explore the

region. Visit the romantic Hintersteiner See lake in Scheffau

by ski bus.

Ice skating, ice stock sport and

cross-country skiing

The Wilder Kaiser ice skating rinks in Going and Söll

are fun-filled destinations for any family holiday. Slide

across the ice while taking in the fresh air and spectacular

mountain panoramas. Leave your everyday routine

behind and take a deep breath of the crystal-clear winter air

in the company of your whole family.

Guest Card = ticket

Your Wilder Kaiser GuestCard is valid all year round on

all public buses (no. 4902, 4060, 4006) travelling between

Ellmau, Going, Scheffau and Söll and onwards to Kitzbühel,

Kufstein, Wörgl and St. Johann in Tirol. It gives you easy

access to the entire region and its attractions, from tobogganing

and cross-country skiing to hiking, shopping

and leisurely exploration.

= FAHRKARTE / BUS TICKET

Langkampfen

503 m

Schwoich

Nieder- MittagskogelInn

584 m

breitenbach 1593 m

Kl. Pölven

Ober-

1562 m

langkampfen Großer Pölven

Kirchbichl

Bad

Häring

Juffinger

Jöchl

1181 m

Stallhäusl

Brixentaler

Ache

Salvenalm

1306 m

Östl. Heimbergkopf

1475 m

'Towards Wörgl

Paisslberg

Lengauer

Kapelle

Kapellenweg

Mariaheimsuchungskapelle

Vetterstätt

Cross-country skiing in the Wilder Kaiser region

Cross-country skiing in the Wilder Kaiser region: the gently

sloping landscapes at the foot of the Wilder Kaiser are perfect

for a cross-country skiing holiday in Tirol. Beginners and

experts alike love the well-groomed cross-country ski trails Koglhörndl

that connect the four villages of Going, Ellmau, Scheffau 1645 and m

Söll. In the evening, head to Scheffau to keep skiing on the

artificially snow-covered, illuminated village trail. It is 1.2

kilometres long, flood-lit daily until 9.30 pm and groomed

for classic cross-country skiing as well as skating.

Mittagskopf

1543 m

Kraftalm

Itter

703 m Gipfelrestaurant

Hohe Salve

Rigi

1495 m

Berggasthof Tenn Stoagrub‘nhütte

1157 m

1472 m

Pendling

1563 m

Thiersee

677 m

Thiersee

Stimmersee

6Franzlhof

Salvenmoos

Stöcklalm

1200 m

1124 m Gründlalm

Gondel Hohe Salve

Keatalm

1494 m

Wendelstein

1883 m

Maistaler

Berg

998 m

Kufstein

503 m

Pölven

Gondel

Hochsöll

Hochsöll

1150 m

D E U T S C H L A N D

Hechtsee

Gamskogel

Längsee 1449 m

Pfrillsee

Kafma Alm Walleralm

Stöfflhütte

Filzalm

SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser Brixental

1320 m

With 284 km of slopes, 90 state-of-the-art cable cars and

nine entry points, SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser – Brixental is one

of the largest ski resorts in the world. Perfectly groomed

slopes, breathtaking views, 81 quaint, family-run huts and

many brilliant attractions beckon you to spend your next

skiing holidays at SkiWelt.

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Moorsee

Bromberg

Filzalmsee

Hinterstein

Bärnstatt

Achleitberg Goingstätt

Seestüberl Gaisberg

1240 m Maier

883 m

Klettergarten

Achleiten

Weißache

Stockach

Achleitberg

Hohe Salve

1829 m

_SkiWelt Hopfgarten, Kelchsau

Schneepiraten

Kids Club

Zinsberg

1670 m

Aualm

1405 m

Brantlalm

Hintersteiner

See

Oberberg Hochschwendt

Hochlechen

1060 m

Bavaria 990 m

Neualm

1241 m

Brandstadl

1650 m

Bergrestaurant

Brandstadl

Tanzbodenalm 1650 m

Marchental

1517 m

Holzalm

Hochbrixen

1290 m

Kiefersfelden

Seebach

Bocking

Erl

476 m

Blaiken

Bärbichl

Jochstub’nsee

Kitzstein

1399 m Scheffauer

Zettenkaiser 2111 m

1968 m

Jochstub’n

1634 m

Brandstadlbahn

Hinterschießling Alm

Kummereralm

1484 m

Steiner-

Hochalm

Scheffau

am Wilden Kaiser

745 m

Bruggenmoos

Sonnwies

Berg

Dorf

Leiten

Horngach

Niederachen

Am Trattenbach

Schwarzach

Eiberg

1672 m

Oberau

'SkiWelt Brixen, Westendorf

Hartkaiser

1555 m

W I L D E R K A I S E R

Hackenköpfe

2125 m Wiesberg

1998 m

Kaiseralm

Ötting

Oberachen

Auwald

Auwinkl

Faistenbichl

Buchau

Ellmi‘s

Kids Club

Lechen

Mühlberg

Sonnenstein

1714 m

Jägerhütte

1415 m

Restaurant

Bergkaiser

1520 m

Biedring

Steinerner Tisch

Super Ski Weeks

The Super Ski Weeks offer fantastic off-season discounts

from 7–20 December 2019 and from 14 March to 13 April

2020: save up to 25% when booking a 3–14-day package stay

including your ski pass, ski hire, ski lessons and overnight

stays at select accommodation providers.

Wald

Treffauer

Tuxeck 2304 m Kaiserkopf

Sonneck 2226 m

2260 m

2171 m

Kopfkraxen

2178 m

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KaiserBad

Ellmau

Blaiknerfeld

Rübezahl Alm

1172 m

Hartkaiserbahn

Hartkaisersee

Föhrenwald

Wimm

Riedlhütte

Riesen

Ellmau

820 m

Alte Straße

Au

Birkenweg

Kirchplatz

Dorf

Austraße

Kirchbichl

Auerbichl

Ranhartalm

Gruttenhütte

Hausbach

Ellmauer

Halt

2342 m

jKlettergarten

Schleierwasserfall

Bergdoktorpraxis

Jordankapelle

Wegscheid

Jägerwirt

Oberfeld

Kaisern

Kaiserweg

Wochenbrunnweg

(Mautstraße)

March

Hausbach

Wochenbrunner

Alm

1085 m

Brennhütte

Blattlkapelle

Weißachgraben

Kopftörl

2058 m

Köpfl

2028 m

Gruttenkopf

1584 m

Frauwalden

Regalmspitze

Hintere Hintere Kleines

Karlspitze 2192 m

Törl 2250 m Ackerlspitze

2281 m 2106 m

2329 m

Vordere Goinger Halt

KarlspitzeVordere

2260 m 2242 m

Astbergbahn

Treichlhof

Tannbichlkapelle

Going

am Wilden Kaiser

772 m

Rudorfen

Dorfwirtskapelle

Brenner Alm

1224 m

Ellmau Ski Night and GOING live

Weißachgraben

Schwendt

Ellmauer

Tor

Every Monday after the last descent into the valley, the

Ellmau Ski Night (SkiShow) kicks off with plenty of aprèsski

fun for pleasure seekers. Locals and visitors mingle at

Stanglleit (below St Mary’s Chapel) in the centre of Ellmau

from 8.30 pm. The massive après-ski party features an

impressive show by Ellmau’s ski and snowboard schools,

snowbikers and paragliders accompanied by fantastic music,

a great atmosphere and stalls offering warming mulled wine.

It has been a firm fixture in the winter events calendar of the

Wilder Kaiser region for years.

GOING live - a wintry outdoor spectacle

What could be lovelier than a great open-air concert with

a pleasant atmosphere? You might think such joys are the

domain of summer only. But wintry temperature and cold,

Hof

Dorf

Grünberg

1094 m

Greiln

Brennender Palven Ackerlhütte

(Baumgartenköpfl)

1568 m Obere Regalm

Prama

Eislaufplatz

Going

Speicherteich

Astberg

Blattlalm

1250 m

Sonnenalm

1230 m

Lierstätt

Scheibelberg

1106 m

Badesee

Going

Pramakapelle

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Stangl

Stanglwirt

Astberg

1267 m

Hollenauer

Kreuz

1030 m

Sonnschwendt

Maukspitze

2231 m

Graspoint-

Niederalm

Hoadkapelle

Unterhollenau

Eggenalmkogel

Fellhorn

1685 m

Steinplatte

1765 m 1869 m

Gamskögerl

1585 m

Aschau

Rettenbachgraben

Schleierwasserfall

Sinnersbachgraben

Handwerksmuseum

Hüttling

Aschingerkapelle

Stein

Winter hiking

More than 140 kilometres of groomed and prepared winter

hiking trails in the Wilder Kaiser region beckon you to enjoy

LOFERER STEINBERGE

an extensive hike through Gr. Ochsenhorn

the snow. The glittering snowfields

Mitterhorn

with spectacular, panoramic 2506 m

2511 m

views over the SkiWelt on the

one side and the Kaisergebirge nature reserve on the other

side ensure an unforgettable experience. Wallerberg

Explore the four

Kirchberg

villages of Ellmau, Going, 1678 Scheffau m 1682 and m Söll in all their

wintry beauty on the extensive trail network beyond the ski

Labturkopf

1434 m

Rauher

Kopf

1580 m

Gaudeamushütte

Hausleitenstube

Sonnbichl Unterhauning

Reit

Stampfangerbach

Dorfbichl

Pirchmoos

Mühlleiten

Hauning

Ried

Gänsleit

Dorf

Söll

Bach

703 m

Ahornsee

KiKo

Wald Söll

Aukogel Söll

Am Steinerbach

1130 m Stampfanger

Oberhaus-

Salvenmoser berg

Gruberhof

Aukogel Kogel

1175 m

1128 m 1238 m

Johanneskapelle

Blaiken

Reisch

clear air cannot stop the people of Going from turning the

church square into an open-air stage. Every month, new

bands from various genres beckon locals and visitors to

mingle and enjoy outdoor gigs on the otherwise tranquil

square.

Sölln

SkiWelt

Wilder Kaiser –

Brixental

one of the largest and most modern

ski areas in the world!

Ötz

284 kilometres of slopes

90 cable cars & lifts

81 ski huts

Lindental

B178 Loferer Bundesstraße

Ginsberg

Unterastberg

Baummooskogel

1506 m

Winter hiking and snowshoe

hiking

KALKSTEIN

slopes.

Gscheuerkopf

1280 m Schatterberg

1274 m

NIEDERKAISER

'Towards St. Johann i. T.

'Towards Kitzbühel

Winkl

Reither

Ache

Gmailkapelle

Einsiedelei

Maria Blut

St. Johann

in Tirol

656 m

Oberndorf

in Tirol

687 m

Snowshoe hiking

When the rays of the sun make the snow on the Wilder Kaiser

glisten, nature truly comes into its own. All you need to do

is explore and enjoy. A snowshoe hike on off-road alpine

trails is the perfect opportunity. Depending on the terrain

and speed, snowshoe hiking can be a challenging sport or

a leisure activity for all the family. No matter which of the

four villages you pick as a starting point for your snowshoe

hike, we guarantee that you will find the right equipment in

the Zimmerau Wilder Kaiser region. Experienced guides are available

for individual or group tours through the deep snow.

Reith

bei Kitzbühel

762 m

Hallerndorf

Childcare and family skiing

The region offers all-day childcare facilities on the mountain

and in the valley for even the smallest of children, enabling

parents to discover the 284 kilometres of slopes offered at

the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental all by themselves.

At KiKo, children can play in and around an old farmhouse

and are looked after by childminders from the Söll-Hochsöll

ski school. The Kornkammer childcare centre is right next

to the Söll valley station and can be booked for toddlers

(1–2½ years) and young children who want to learn to ski

(2½–5 years).

The Snow Pirates Kids Club is located right beside the

Brandstadl mountain station in Scheffau at the heart of the

SkiWelt. Parents get to embark on a day of carefree skiing,

safe in the knowledge that their little ones (0–4 years) are

being taken care of and enjoying their own adventures

inside or outside at 1,650 metres above sea level.

Ellmi’s Kids Club at the Hartkaiserbahn mountain station

(1,520 m) in Ellmau provides the region’s young visitors (2–5

years) with a very special home for the day. The children are

cared for in a safe, secure environment by trained childminders

and can look forward to activities and a lot of fun, including

the chance to have a go at skiing and much, much more.

Another incredibly family-friendly offer: the Jungfamilienkarte

(young-family ticket) is the ultimate ticket for all

parents with small children up to the age of 3 (born in

2016). Tickets are available for 3–14 days and can be used

alternatingly by both parents. This makes the young-family

ticket the only transferable ticket available at SkiWelt.

SkiWelt Family Ski Weeks

Children up to age 15 FREE OF CHARGE! Once more, Ski-

Welt lives up to its reputation as a family-friendly ski resort.

During the off-season periods of 7–20 December 2019 and

14 March–13 April 2020, all children up to age 15 get to ski

for free. The only condition: one parent buys a ski pass valid

for at least 3 days for all children aged 15 and under (born in

2004–2013) to go free during the same period (season tickets

excluded).

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