Hold on! Here are some facts for the winter sports fans: 280 kilometers perfectly groomed slopes, more than 91 modern ski lifts, 80 kilometers of groomed cross-country skiing and winter hiking directly on the trail from the hotel. Winter sport area SkiWeltWilder Kaiser - Brixental is the largest interconnected aki area in Austria. The skibus running every 30 minutes, free and directly from the hotel to the ski area and back.
…only 1 km away from our hotel.
Skiing in Tyrol in the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental: Enjoy 91 modern cable cars and ski lifts with 279 kilometers of pistes having perfectly groomed wide slopes. With snow making facilities we can guarantee snow for the whole season.
The gently rolling countryside at the foot of the “Wilder Kaiser” is perfect for cross country skiing. On the sunny plains between the four villages, Going, Ellmau, Scheffau and Söll, beginners and experts can make make their rounds on the perfectly groomed cross-country trails. The Wilder Kaiser region features about 70 kilometers of cross-country-trails-tracks.
Whether your prefer a romantic atmosphere on forest runs such as in Going starting at Graspoint Niederalm or at Tannbichl, or maybe a more physically challenging run such as the 4.5 km long Astberg with a descent each to Ellmau and Going, tobogganing aficionados can enjoy the spurs of the Wilder Kaiser and the wooded slopes of the northern Kitzbühel Alps.
The best way to explore the untouched nature at Wilder Kaiser is snow shoeing on ungroomed winter paths. A guided snow shoeing tour through fresh powder in the picturesque landscape of the northern Kitzbühel Alps and below the snow-covered slopes of the distinctive massif should undoubtedly be part of your winter holiday in this region.
Horse & carriage sleigh riding
Wintersport is georgeous but sometimes relaxing comes first. Lean back on a beautiful terrace and enjoy nature.
Therfore are horse carriages the best option. You will sit in the sleigh and will have the best perspective of the region. During the sleigh ride, the coachman is going to tell you the historic stories of farms.