REAL BIG - SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental
SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental is Austria's largest interconnected ski area and is one of the most varied winter sports areas in the Alps, with the greatest certainty of snow. One award after another is proof that here 279 km of ski runs, over 90 modern lifts and more than 70 refreshment stops make for winter fun which is simply "world class". With 13 km of night skiing slopes and 7.5 km of floodlit toboggan runs day becomes night to let night-time thrill seekers sweep down perfect slopes and toboggan runs across the sea of lights in the valley. Whether with family, as a couple, with friends, alone or in a group: at SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental you'll always get your money's worth and find an offer to suit everyone!
It's white as far as the eye can see when it comes to snow conditions here too: SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental is particularly blessed with natural snow. In addition, 210 km of the 279 km of slopes can be completely covered with manmade snow. This is guaranteed by more than 1,000 snow machines in the ski area. By the way: only pure drinking water may be used for snowmaking in Tyrol.
From treeless summit slopes for carvers, to richly varied slopes for experts and family slopes bathed in sunshine, to the fantastic valley descents which go on and on, all the slopes are in perfect condition. Spectacular views and mountains of snow are guaranteed.
SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental is offering you the opportunity to access your personal ''skiline'' by entering at the end of your day's skiing your ski pass number on the internet at www.skiwelt.at. The ''skiline'' gives a timed altitude profile of the route you chose in the ski resort. It contains an accurate list of the lifts you used, the total metres you climbed and an estimate of how many kilometres you covered on the descent.
Notwithstanding all the superlatives, which SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental has already earned, it is the cosy atmosphere, warm hospitality and Tyrolean charm which set the tone. More than 70 of Austria's loveliest ski huts and mountain restaurants, sun terraces and snow bars invite you to call in for a rest and a bite to eat. From a "statistical point of view" you have an opportunity to do so every 3.5 km!
NEW in Winter 2009-10
SkiWelt Ellmau - Ellmi's 6-seater chair - detachable 6-seater chair lift at the Schmidalm run in the Ellmau-Going ski area, this long and popular run can now be reached quickly and comfortably.
SkiWelt Brixen im Thale: ALPENIGLU ® - Igloo Village - a world of icy attractions!
Located only a few kilometers from the German-Austrian border at Kufstein/Kiefersfelden, our village lies in a sunny, wind-protected basin between the majestic Wilder Kaiser and Hohe Salve mountains.
Our winter sports arena nestles at the foot of Hohe Salve mountain! Enjoy truly great skiing and authentic Tirolean hospitality!
Austria´s largest connected ski area, the WILDER KAISER-BRIXENTAL SKI WORLD, boasts a total 279km of immaculate ski runs (of which 210 can be covered in artificial snow) and over 90 modern ski lifts. Experience truly unlimited winter fun!
Skiing and sledding by day and night, winter hiking trails, cross-country skiing, curling, PANORAMA swimming baths (indoor pool with hot outdoor pool, sauna, massage parlour, tanning studio...), horse-sleigh rides, paragliding, squash, bowling, camping, guest kindergarten etc.
In summer Söll boasts a multitude of attractions:
Visit a century-old Alpine hut and witness traditional cheese making and bread baking. Additionally, the Gründlalm kiddy express, a wildlife park and the witches? playground in the forest await children.
Hexenwasser (Witches Water), Hochsöll
In the wonderful watery world of "Hexenwasser" in Hochsöll, even cool kids soon forget that thex didn´t even want to go hiking. Reservoirs, gullies, climbing ponds, mud pools and fire places (altogether more than 60 stations) leave no time for boredom. Parents can draw inspiration from the Kneipp pools or massage their reflexzones on Austria´s longest "barefoot trail" over grass, mulch and stones. A further highlight is the unique panoramic view from the Hohe Salve of 70 peaks higher than 3.000m.
The view has become even more fascinating thanks to the first Austrian revolving panoramic terrace, a wind harp and 15 sundial stations.