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SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental

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Highest point: 3,122 m
Lowest point: 443 m
Lifts in total: 939
Tow lifts: 434
Chair lifts: 311
Gondola lift: 194
Pistes in total: 2,815 km
1,177 km
1,315 km
323 km

Ski holidays SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental - skiing fit for a king!

Surrounded by the Wilder Kaiser mountains, in the heart of the Kitzbühel Alps, the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental forms one of the largest and most modern ski areas in the world and includes the ski areas in Brixen im Thale, Bad Häring, Kelchsau, Ellmau, Going, Hopfgarten, Itter, Söll, Westendorf, Wörgl, Kirchbichl and Scheffau. Equipped with state-of-the-art snow-making facilities, it offers a high degree of snow reliability. 270 kilometres of pistes, 82 cable cars and lifts, a lavish range of leisure activities and over 80 restaurants and après-ski venues offer you seemingly limitless fun and entertainment. The SkiWelt has already been voted one of the best ski areas in the world several times! With the possible extension to the Super Ski Card with 2,815 kilometres of slopes in a total of 22 ski regions, you are guaranteed unparalleled skiing pleasure!

Bad Häring

Located on a sunny plateau at an altitude of 650 m above the Inn Valley is Bad Häring, the first recreational bath and spa resort in Tyrol. The village is characterized by typical Tyrolean charm, exuded by lovely houses, a small church, and the picturesque market place. At the foot of the nearly 1,600 m high Pölven, the district offers a lovely panoramic view and invites its guests to enjoy many various activities. As Bad Häring is known to be …
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Brixen in Thale

Brixen in Thale (794 m) is one of the oldest settlements in Tyrol and is dotted with traditional farms and mountain huts. Surrounded by the Wilder Kaiser's unique mountain landscape and the Kitzbühel Alps, Brixen is an excellent winter sport resort. The narrow lanes in Brixen's old village centre invite you on a leisurely walk. Various shops, cafés and a diverse selection of leisure activities ensure entertainment all day for young and old. In …
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At the foot of the "Wilder Kaiser", Ellmau (820 m), together with the neighbouring resorts, comprise Austria’s largest connected ski region. Winter dreams come true in the tranquil resort! In addition to fun on the piste - some of the runs reach into the centre -, Ellmau offers many other activities, e.g. curling, tobogganing, snowshoe hikes and horse-drawn sleigh rides. The "KaiserBad" awaits you with a great pool complex with activity pools …
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At the foot of the Astberg (1,267 m), surrounded by the Kitzbüheler Alps in the south, as well as the Wilder Kaiser in the North, is Going at 800 m altitude. The typically Tyrolean village has retained its special charm and invites you to relax. The Wilder Kaiser towers majestically over the resort, and some claim that the mountain range is at its loveliest here. Skiers will find a tremendous range of pistes on the mountain ridge from Astberg …
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At the foot of the Hohe Salve (1,829 m) stretches one of the sunniest resorts in the Kitzbühel Alps, the market community of Hopfgarten (620 m). You won't find mass tourism here, but rather a resort which has retained its identity and welcomes its guests with good old hospitality. The traditional resort centre highlights this identity with its narrow, stony pubs and magnificent baroque church with its two steeples, the landmark of Hopfgarten. …
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Away from mass tourism you will enjoy the hospitality in Itter, whose townscape is mainly shaped by the old castle. The friendly Tyroelan village is situated at the foot of the Hohe Salve on a sunny plateau in a wonderful landscape. Here you can enjoy the beauty of the mountainous landscape away from the hustle and bustle. The Salvista gondola offers winter sports fans direct access to fun on the slopes, and practice lifts are located near the …
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Nestled in the Kitzbühel Alps, the picturesque village of Kelchsau lies in a side valley of the Brixental. The cosy little houses in the deep green forests of the untouched mountain world with the splashing mountain streams make it easy for guests to forget the stress of everyday life. Here the focus is on relaxation in nature. Village life is characterised by an active community and helpfulness. Kelchsau is also known as the ski touring …
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In close proximity to the Inn curve, only approx. 10 km from the German boarder, one of the oldest towns in the lower Inn valley can be found: Kirchbichl. At 250 m altitude you can enjoy the cosy Tyrolean lifestyle in peace and quiet. The village offers the ideal access point for cross country skiers and winter hikers, but also Alpine skiers will find what they are looking for in the "Skiwelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental". Away from the pistes a …
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The cosy village of Scheffau (approx. 754 m) lies nestled in the idyllic winter landscape of the Wilder Kaiser. Savour a breathtaking view of the surrounding mountains. From Scheffau you can directly access the "Wilder Kaiser-Brixental" SkiWelt via two modern gondolas. Peace and relaxation can be found on a winter hike through the glittering winter landscape around Scheffau. If you prefer some action, you could go on a tremendously fast night …
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With its picturesque surroundings and inviting atmosphere, Söll (703 m) lies between the Wilder Kaiser mountains (2,344 m), and the Hohe Salve (1,829 m). A cosy, casual atmosphere dominates the scene during the day, and there are also things to experience here by night. Above all, Söll is known for its great après ski, and its discos and bars ensure a colourful nightlife. Whether you like bowling, squash, ice skating, tobogganing both day or …
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In the midst of Brixental, at 780 m altitude and on a sunny high plateau, lays the lovely winter sports resort Westendorf. The cosy, Tyrolean mountain village is situated at the foot of the Choralpe and attracts its visitors not only with the impressive backdrop, but also with it's beautiful village centre with historic buildings, cosy cafés, and guest houses. Besides a welcoming atmosphere and real Tyrolean cosiness, you will also find …
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Wörgl is a town in the Tyrolean Inntal valley located close to the German border. With 13,000 inhabitants Wörgl is one of the larger towns in Tyrol and has much to offer. It is situated at the mouth of the Brixental valley and the mountain pass road leading to the high plain. Thus Wörgl is located not far from the lift network Skijuwel Alpbachtal Wildschönau und SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental. The lively Tyrolean town might not have direct …
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