More than 400km of walking paths make the Wilder Kaiser mountains an absolute gem for hiking holidays. Trails include accurate directions and approximate walk times.
The Wilder Kaiser
region lives up to its name with pristine nature, plenty of wildlife and, for those with a sharp eye, perhaps even the treat of wild blueberries and sweet alpine raspberries along the way!
Travelling to the Wilder Kaiser
It is easy to get to the Wilder Kaiser from the UK. The nearest airports are Innsbruck
(50 miles), Salzburg
(50 miles) and Munich
(75 miles, Germany).
Wilder Kaiser 3D hiking map
The Wilder Kaiser Tourist Board offers a 3D hiking map
on its website and for GPS mobiles. Here, all the hiking routes in Ellmau, Going, Scheffau and Söll can be viewed online and loaded onto your mobile or printed out as a PDF document. Commissioned by the Wilder Kaiser Tourist Board, the Alpstein Austria company managed to accurately georeference and digitalise the entire 400 km network of trails in just nine months. By means of spectacular 3D panoramic flights, the guest can choose from numerous tours. An individual hiking route can be planned in minutes
with all the important information such as walking time, altitude difference, rest stops and suitability for mountain bikes or pushchairs at a glance.
Hiking from hut to hut
There is a remarkably diverse paradise just waiting to be discovered when hiking
in the Wilder Kaiser region. The variety of tours is huge and the combination of mild climate, fresh mountain air and steady physical activity has
a wonderfully revitalising effect on the body. Why not prolong the experience and enjoy some traditional Austrian hospitality along the way with a 3-day mountain lodge hike
. This tour takes you to the prettiest spots on the south side
of the range where, thanks to the moderate altitude, the tour can be enjoyed from as early as June until mid October.