• SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser – Brixental: one of the largest and most modern ski areas
      SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental - Winter Holidays the Austrian Way

      Uncover one of the largest, most modern and sustainable ski resorts in the world, offering winter fun to beginners, families, sporty and pleasure skiers alike.

    The nine villages Brixen im Thale, Ellmau, Going, Hopfgarten, Itter, Scheffau, Söll, Westerndorf and Kirchberg form one of Austria's largest and most modern ski resorts, SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental, boasting 270 km of groomed slopes and 20 valley descents. SkiWelt has been powered by 100% green electricity for more than 20 years and has one of the first solar-powered lifts in Austria since 2008, making it not only a popular but also a sustainable winter destination.

    Three fun parks, high speed-, ski movie- and racing runs ensure skiers will never get bored. For kids, there are 22 professional ski schools spread over the whole resort, as well as some lovely child-care facilities, providing winter fun for the youngest. If you want to give your skies a rest, three toboggan runs await, which are groomed daily, have snowmaking facilities and are floodlit.

    No one goes hungry at the Skiwelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental. Every 3,5 km of slopes you'll find one of the 80 family-owned huts and mountain inns, spoiling hungry skiers with Tirolean favourites, the famous rustic hut romantic, and spacious sun terraces perfect for admiring the surrounding mountain panoramas.

    Winter Holidays the Austrian Way!

    Skiing in SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental

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    Why Visit SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental

    • One of the largest and most modern ski resorts in the world
    • Multiple awards for being the world's most sustainable ski resort
    • A unique mix of idyllic landscapes, regional traditions and world-class ski facilities
    • 9 picture-perfect ski-in ski-out villages
    • 270 km of slopes & 82 modern lifts
    • 22 ski schools
    • Over 80 family-run, cosy huts, mountain restaurants, and après-ski bars
    • Austria’s biggest night ski resort - 13 km of night skiing runs
    • Toboggan fun day and night
    • Take a day trip to Kufstein, a lovely old town with a fortress
    • Located just 1 hour from Innsbruck, Salzburg, and Munich

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    General Information

    • How to get there

      By plane:

      The closest airports are Innsbruck (77 km to Söll), Salzburg (84 km), and Munich, Germany (133 km).

      By train:

      Take a train to Kufstein railway station (45 min from Innsbruck), then a local bus to your destination or use the shuttle from Kufstein.

      By car:

      • From Germany: A12 Munich - Rosenheim - exit Kufstein Süd or Wörgl Ost
      • From West Austria: Feldkirch - Innsbruck (A12 direction Munich/Salzburg) - exit Wörgl Ost
      • From East Austria: Motorway A1 to Salzburg - Bad Reichenhall - Lofer - Waidring - St. Johann in Tirol; direction Wörgl to the villages Söll, Scheffau, Ellmau, Going; direction Kitzbühel/Kirchberg to the villages Brixen im Thale - Westendorf - Hopfgarten - Kelchsau - Itter
    • Facts & Figures
      • 270 km of slopes – one of the largest and most modern ski resorts in the world
      • Access to the longest ski route on the planet: 88 km
      • 82 state-of-the-art cable cars & lifts (100% operated with eco-electricity)
      • 80 rustic, family-run huts, mountain restaurants and après ski bars
      • 3 fun parks, 11 fun slopes with ski parcours, speed measurement runs, ski movie routes, SkiWelt chill-out areas with free Wi-Fi
      • 22 ski schools, child care (min. age 5 months), free practise slopes
      • 3 floodlit toboggan runs (day and night tobogganing until midnight)
      • 13 km night skiing - Austria’s largest night skiing resort
      • 148 km cross-country trails - 250 km winter hiking paths
      • Accommodation in all categories: 5*/4*/3* star hotels, guest houses and apartments
      • Multiple awards for being the world's most sustainable ski resort

    Workout the Austrian Way

    •                         SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser – Brixental: one of the largest and most modern ski areas

      SkiWelt Tour

      Stretching over 69 - 84 km of slopes, you can ski the tour clockwise or counter-clockwise, and don't have to take a lift or piste twice (unless you want to).
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    •                         Nightskiing in SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental

      Night Skiing

      Austria's largest night skiing resort awaits with 10 km of illuminated slopes after the sun sets behind the mountains.
    •                         Skiing in the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental

      KitzSkiWelt Tour - the World's Longest Ski Tour

      Connecting SkiWelt and KitzSki, the 88-km-tour from Tirol to Salzburg can be done in one day, or split into sections over several.
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    Mindful Winter Moments

    •                         Winter hiking in the SkiWelt

      Winter Hiking

      A wide variety of winter hiking trails await with fantastic panoramic views from the Wilder Kaiser to the Großglockner mountains.
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    •                         Bergadvent Ellmau Going / Ellmau, Wilder Kaiser

      Ellmi's Christmas Market on the Mountain

      In December, a Christmas market around the Bergkaiser panorama restaurant enchants guests with romantic lights, gingerbread and mulled wine.
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    Culinary Delights in the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental

    More than 80 family-owned mountain huts and restaurants meet regional cuisine. Culinary delights meet Tyrolean hospitality. Tradition meets modern architecture. All of this goes hand-in-hand with the unique mountain scenery surrounding the Wilder Kaiser. Statistically speaking there's one hut every 3.5 km of slopes. This is winter the Austrian Way.

    Away from the Slopes

    •                         SkiWelt ALPENIGLU® in Brixen im Thale

      Alpeniglu - Igloo Village

      The snow village made of 18 igloos is easily accessible for non-skiers, and features a restaurant, church, bar and sun lounge - an icy theme park.
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    •                         View from Fleiding mountain - Top of SkiWelt

      Photo Points and Viewing Platforms

      Visit the newly built "Top of Skiwelt" 1,892 metres above sea level with fantastic views of over 70 three-thousanders.
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    SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental

    Dorf 84

    6306 Söll

    +43 5333 400