Hiking in the Wilder Kaiser Region, Tirol
More than 400 km (250 mi) of walking paths make the Wilder Kaiser mountain range an absolute gem for hiking holidays.
Wilder Kaiser in Numbers
Walking PathsOver 400 km (250 mi)
Altitude of Mountain Range480 m – 2,344 m (1,575 – 7,690 ft)
Wilder Kaiser massif14 km (8.7 mi) long
Summitsmore than 40
Located in northeastern Tirol, the Wilder Kaiser region offers hikes in pristine nature, plenty of wildlife and, for those with a sharp eye, perhaps even wild blueberries and sweet alpine raspberries along the way.
Hiking from Hut to Hut
From easy family walks to a 3 days' hut-to-hut hike that takes you to the prettiest spots on the south side of the mountain range, Wilder Kaiser has a route for everyone. Afterwards, be sure to discover the region’s four villages Ellmau, Going, Scheffau, and Söll for delicious Tirolean cuisine.
A hike along the moor
Almabtrieb Cattle Drive
Did you know?
I would like to send a very big thank you to you from my husband and I for the absolutely fantastic holiday we have just returned from the Hotel Alpenschlössl in Söll. The hotel was beautiful, the staff were so friendly, the views were amazing! We visited Scheffau one evening to listen to a brass band playing and drink schnaps! We also went for a wonderful walk from Scheffau up the mountains. Thank you so much for giving us the opportunity of visiting your amazing country. We cannot wait to return to the hotel next year!