Winter royal in the Kaiserwinkl
From the early start of the winter until Easter you can run riot whether you are a beginner or a professional on nearly 50km of perfectly prepared pistes. There is a mutual ski pass for both rather diverse skiing regions in the Kaiserwinkl.
The skiing centre “Zahmer Kaiser”, at the same time the house mountain of the little village of Walchsee, is a skiing Mecca for young families. It guarantees snow already at a height of 1000m. A total of 10 different valley runs on 25km of prepared pistes offer a varied skiing region. 15 of these kilometres are rated as “easy” and thus ideal for children and beginners on one or two boards. Five so-called baby lifts take the young snow enthusiasts safely up to the top, four tobogganing runs offer additional variety.
The other showpiece of a skiing region of the Kaiserwinkl, the “Unterberg” is the house mountain of Kössen. It belongs, as does its neighbour the “Zahmer Kaiser”, to the few absolutely snow-safe addresses in Tyrol. A 6-man one stage carrier to the Unterberghorn starts at 640m above sea level, ends at 1,480m above sea level and transports between 1,200 and 1,600 people per hour. With pistes at 1,700m and artificially snowed valley runs as well as a total of 10 cablecars and lifts the “Unterberg” is ranked at the top level of the skiing centres in the Tyrol lowlands.