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Roll up – on the bike in the Wilder Kaiser

Whether it is riding on the road or tackling a summit, the range availability to cyclists will blow every bike fan’s mind. Out on the routes - of varying difficulty levels - find your very own cycling highlight. The mountains in the Wilder Kaiser region seem as though as they were just made for being explored by bike. From May through to October you have the opportunity to gently sloping forest trails and pass challenging single-trails. Pleasure-oriented riders and downhill fans alike get out into the natural surroundings, where, as well as fun and adventures are beyond compare. The E-Bike boom has made this bike-friendly area an attraction for cycling fans from across the globe. As part of the world's biggest E-Bike region, in the Kitzbühel Alps there are more than 70 hire stations available. Some of them are located directly in Ellmau and provides excellent E-Bikes at a decent rate. Once you are on the bike you just don't want to stop. (It is lovely that there are so many variety-packed tours and getting to the ski lifts in SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental is quick from your sport hotel Der Bär too. -> Winter)

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Pro cyclist Christian Windisch gets you up to speed

With the pro rider Christian Windisch you have a passionate cycling fan by your side. He knows the best bike tours in the area and is on hand to advise with lots of helpful tips. His advice – during mountain tours it is much safer to take an E-Bike, since there are often quite a lot of metres altitude to tackle before you get right up to the top. Anyone planning a tour should definitely check the operating range of their battery beforehand and maybe even bring a charging unit. And it is recommended to take a bike map in your backpack, so you can get back to the hotel Der Bär safely again. When it comes to the selection of tours available, the region provides so much more than you could imagine in just one holiday. From a leisurely beginner's tour to a challenging mountain crossing, there are countless options to choose from, depending on your fitness level. Christian also offers weekly guided group tours for our guests as well as private tours. You can book and get more information both directly at the reception. Below are 3 cycle tours that you can head out directly from the sports hotel Der Bär. The Bergdoktor E-Bike tour Level: medium difficult On this tour you get to enjoy the wonderful panoramic view of the Wilder Kaiser mountain range and pass three of the main filming locations of the 'Bergdoktor' series. Via Marchstraße and Altestraße you get to the center of Ellmau. Continue to the Hartkaiser valley station. Drive past this to your left and take the short, steep incline up to the practice. It is now a few meters back, then left before Gasthof Au continuing to Söll and up to the valley station for the Hochsöll-Hexenwasser cable car. At Söll valley station follow the mountain road to Köpfing (bear left before Stampfanger church). Follow the road for around 2 km to the 'Gruberhof' near Köpfing. Distance: 33,2 km Brixental circuit Level: Difficult Ellmau – Scheffau – Söll – Hopfgarten – Itter – Westendorf – Brixen – Kirchberg Duration: 3 to 4 hours Distance: 65 km Ellmau circuit Level: Easy Ellmau – Going – Scheffau – Söll Distance: 8,2 km Fun, adventure and adrenaline for all downhillers in the Bikepark in Hopfgarten – just a stone's throw away from the sports hotel Der Bär in Ellmau. Other tours and mountain bike routes can be found here: Cycle tours Wilder Kaiser

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Road bike tour around the Wilder Kaiser

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  • access_time 5:00 h Duration
  • arrow_right_alt 95,4 km Distance
  • terrain 841 m Highest point
  • trending_up 934 m Uphill
  • trending_down 944 m Downhill

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  • Startpoint Infobüro Brixen im Thale
  • Endpoint Infobüro Brixen im Thale
  • Path surface Asphalt
  • Recommended equipment Rennrad, EBike

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Road bike tour: Kramsacher Seenrunde

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Kitzalps trail tour with lift support - red

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Cycling tour around the Hohe Salve

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Wilder Kaiser Cycle Path

Wilder Kaiser Cycle Path, © TVB Wilder Kaiser

Set against the craggy peaks of the Wilder Kaiser Mountains, this 38.2-kilometre-long cycle path leads along the Inn Valley from St. Johann in Tirol via the villages of Going, Ellmau, Scheffau and Söll to Wörgl. There are a few short climbs in the first half of the ride, but the second part is mostly downhill. Most of the riding is away from the main road, making it suitable for families, and there are several places en route where you can stop for a snack.

Starting point

St. Johann in Tirol

Finishing point

Mountain chain

Kaiser Mountains

Kitzbühel Alps

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  • Circular route
  • Handicap-accessible
  • Route with e-bike charging station

Difficulty rating

Elevation uphill 450m Vertical metres downhill 290m

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* These are approximate values and recommendations. Please take your personal fitness level, technical ability and the current weather conditions into account. Tirol Werbung cannot guarantee that the information provided is correct and accepts no liability.

Car park at address "Bahnhofstraße 22"

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Many locations in St. Johann, Going, Ellmau, Scheffau, Söll and Wörgl.

  • GPS track: Wilder Kaiser Cycle Path (gpx)

Trail description

The Wilder Kaiser Cycle Path begins at the large deanery parish church in St. Johann in Tirol. The route initially climbs gently through small villages to Going. With the imposing Kaiser Mountains in view on the right, the route passes through picturesque landscapes. From Going the trail continues to Ellmau. You then cycle downhill towards Scheffau and on to the neighbouring village of Söll. With the Wilder Kaiser Mountains behind you, the Hohe Salve peak (1,829 metres) rises on your left. Via the hamlet of Pirchmoos, the cyclists reach Kirchbichl/Bruckhäusl. The valley now becomes noticeably wider and the final destination of Wörgl is soon reached.

For the return journey to St. Johann, take the regional train from Wörgl.

Places along the route

Söll in summer, © Emanuel Adensam

“Hoagascht” is a word commonly heard in the dialects the Tirolean Unterland (literally lowlands). It is almost impossible to translate – either into standard German or any other language – but one…

© Simon Oberleitner

With a population of 13,000, Wörgl is one of the largest municipalities in Tirol and lies at the point where the Inntal Valley widens and the Brixentaler Ache river flows into the larger Inn river.

© Claudia Egger

St. Johann in the Leukental Valley is and has always been a bustling, wealthy trade hub which for many centuries benefited from the local mining industry. Today this market town is the region's…

Going am Wilden Kaiser in summer, © Manuel Bialucha

Are you going to Going?Fans of the TV series "Der Bergdoktor" will be familiar with the village of Going and the surrounding Wilder Kaiser Mountains. The pretty village square features in every…

Ellmau in summer., © Daniel Reiter / Peter von Felbert

Ellmau is known throughout the German-speaking world as being home to "Der Bergdoktor". The successful long-running TV series of the same name is filmed in and around this pretty village with fabulous…

There is a huge outdoor adventure area in the mountains above Scheffau where parents and children will find plenty to keep them entertained as well as a restaurant to fill hungry stomachs after hours out and about in the fresh air., © Marcel Laemmerhirt

Surrounded by the majestic peaks of the Wilder Kaiser Mountains, Scheffau has managed to maintain its picturesque charm and traditional village character.

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Around the Wilder Kaiser Tour

The Wilder Kaiser Tour is a great Austrian bike path network addition. 82kms around these spectacular mountains which are a landmark to many people, whether you live here or are a visitor.

Around the Wilder Kaiser Tour bike path was finished last year, and we completed it in a clockwise direction from St Johann during the summer. This year we went anti-clockwise in Autumn as you always see something different, depending on the time of year and direction of travel.

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St Johann to Kössen

It was a chilly October morning, and at 9°C, we ensured we were warmly wrapped up. Autumn is a lovely time of year in Austria, with various colours in the woods and forests surrounding the path. Be careful to watch where you are going, as the leaves and damp ground can make it slippery.

Riding through the woods by the river all the way to Kössen makes for a pretty backdrop. With the sun shining through the orange, yellow and brown leaves, you know you are in the deepest of Autumn.

St Jo to Kossen

Kössen to Walchsee

After Kössen, you head up the side of the valley through some farmland, giving you a view across the valley to what I think of as the “back of the Wilder Kaiser.” 

The path splits, where you can go into the village for a coffee or lunch stop. We decided to go around the far side of the lake as you get a view over the lake to the village. The Austrians have a saying, ‘Klein aber fein,’ which means small but nice. I think this accurately describes this pretty lake which is a favourite for swimming in summer.

We picked a bench and had our lunch, nicely sheltered from the cooler October air.

Kossen to Walchsee

Onwards to Kufstein

We set off after lunch through some farms and then joined the main road at Durchholzen. 

There is about 1 km on the main road from this point. Be careful on this part as there can be lorries and cars travelling quite fast. You must move over to the middle of the road to turn left back onto the path.

Once off the road, there are lots of lovely downhill through woods and by the river until you see the open swath of the Inn Valley. Passing through farms and small hamlets on your way to Kufstein, and as you are lower down its generally about 4°C warmer here.

Kufstein sits on the border with Germany, with its impressive Fortress keeping watch over the surrounding area. A pretty town centre with cobbled streets and painted buildings is worth a wander through. We would normally stop and have ice cream in Kufstein as there is a great choice of cafes serving delicious varieties.

Inntal nr Ebbs

Kufstein to St Johann

It was a bit chilly today, so we pushed on out of Kufstein through the gorge leading up to the Eiberg Pass. Autumn makes this Pass light up with a huge variety of colours on the trees.

The new addition to the Wilder Kaiser Tour bike path, which takes you up some switchbacks over the steepest part of the Eiberg Pass, is a great enhancement. The main road is very busy, especially with trucks, so well done to Land Tirol for investing in this part of the bike path. 

Eiberg Pass

Once you are up to the top of this section, have a break and take in some lovely views back down the valley or up the mountainside.

The path takes you along the narrow valley with views up to the Hohesalve and the Brandstadl above Scheffau. They have built an impressive bike path and a fantastic investment that has paid off to make this a must on the list for leisure cyclists. 

Eiberg Pass new path

We bumbled along the Leukental past Scheffau and up to Ellmau, and from there, it is all downhill to St Johann. You can admire the Wilder Kaiser off to your left, and the views off to the right give you the Kitzbühelerhorn and, in the distance, the Lofersteinberge.

Kitzbüheler Horn

What I love about this route:

  • The impressive mountain range always makes me feel at home.
  • Photo opportunities are boundless.
  • The bike path is in great condition, on either tarmac or hard-packed surfaces.
  • The town of Kufstein is a good contrast to the sleepy villages around this iconic mountain range.
  • Did I mention how impressive the Wilder Kaiser are?

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A Complete Travel Guide to Wilder Kaiser, Austria: 8 Best Things to Do in the Emperor Mountains in Summer

A Complete Travel Guide to Wilder Kaiser, Austria: 8 Best Things to Do in the Emperor Mountains in Summer

The emperor mountains.

The Kaiser mountains (emperor mountains) are the main drawing point of the Wilder Kaiser region in Tyrol, Austria.

With its  photogenic limestone peaks  and huge trail network, the mountains are home to a plethora of outdoor activities in the area.

In summer, Wilder Kaiser offers everything from mellow  hikes with beautiful waterfall views  to adrenaline-fueled  mountain bike adventures  and mountain climbing.

In winter, Wilder Kaiser transforms into a  winter wonderland . SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental is one of the largest ski resorts in Austria , offering more than 280 kilometres of slopes with 90 cable cars and lifts.

We thoroughly enjoyed our time in Wilder Kaiser. We hope you will, too!

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Who should visit Wilder Kaiser?

Map of wilder kaiser, where to stay in wilder kaiser, 1. visit hintersteiner see, 2. go on a mountain bike tour, 3. hike to schleier wasserfall, 4. cool off in badesee going, 5. catch the reflections in astberg speichersee, 6. go to the market, 7. golf (and eat) with a view, 8. other things to do in wilder kaiser, from outside austria, from inside austria, how to get around wilder kaiser, when to visit wilder kaiser, what to bring to wilder kaiser, minimise your impact.

Wilder Kaiser landscape

Why visit Wilder Kaiser?

There’s something exquisite about the  accessibility  of Wilder Kaiser.

Geographically, the region just kind of intuitively makes sense. It’s simple and it works.

You have the Kaiser mountains to the  north , towering above the valley. To the  south , there are also smaller mountains and hills, offering easier hikes and great views towards the giants and surrounding area.

The main road is located  in between . Here the four main towns – Going, Ellmau, Scheffau and Söll – are scattered over a manageable distance of just 10 kilometres.

Wherever you choose to base yourself during your visit to Wilder Kaiser,  you’re never far away from mountains  and great outdoor experiences – while at the same time being close to the modern comforts of the towns and their shops, restaurants and more.

Flowers in Wilder Kaiser

The  trail network of Wilder Kaiser is very impressive  and will give you enough opportunities for hikes, trail runs, mountain bike tours and the like for a long time.

On your way through the forests, you can chase  shimmering waterfalls  and cool down in  alpine lakes .

When reaching the top, the  views are unforgettable , and once back down in one of the towns you can enjoy delicious cuisine and a rich variety of cultural attractions.

In short, there’s something for all outdoor lovers here. Families will be very comfortable with the accessibility of it all, couples will enjoy the many  unique romantic spots  and adrenaline-junkies will find no shortage of  steep thrills .

Söll, Scheffau, Ellmau or Going? The  four main towns  of Wilder Kaiser is where most people choose to stay for their holiday in the area.

As all four towns are easy to reach from each other and  all provide great access  to the outdoor activities of Wilder Kaiser, we recommend primarily choosing where to stay based on which hotel or other accommodation  fits your budget and taste  the best.

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Luxury: Kaiserhof Superior

For the ultimate comfort on your Wilder Kaiser holiday, look no further than Kaiserhof Superior – a middle-sized, family-run luxury hotel.

This  5-starred  hotel offers a pool with incredible  panoramic views , an amazing  spa area  and several  award-winning restaurants .

Check prices and availability at Kaiserhof Superior here (adlink) .

A pool with a view

Value for money: Vitalhotel Sonnenhof

This is  where we stayed  during our time in Wilder Kaiser.

Vitalhotel Sonnenhof is a big hotel with lots of facilities for couples and families alike.

Sports-inclined people will enjoy the  fitness facilities  and great location for excursions while anyone can appreciate the  pools  and huge  spa area .

Check prices and availability at Vitalhotel Sonnenhof here (adlink) .

Upstairs relaxation area at Sonnenhof

Budget: Biobauernhof Vordermühltal

Each apartment at Biobauernhof Vordermühltal comes with its own  kitchen  so you can cook your own meals.

This is a great way to save money while travelling and staying flexible as you can, of course, still go out to eat.

The apartments at Biobauernhof Vordermühltal are big and offer  balconies with views  along with everything you need for a comfortable stay.

Check prices and availability at Biobauernhof Vordermühltal (adlink) .

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8 best things to do in Wilder Kaiser

883 metres above sea level, Hintersteiner See (Hintersteiner Lake) allures visitors with its serene glistening waters and mountainous backdrop.

The lake has been awarded the most beautiful and cleanest natural bathing lake in Tyrol – which is quite something as Tyrol has no shortage of beautiful, clean lakes!

Hiking  all the way around it is the most popular way to experience Hintersteiner See. The route is about 5 kilometres long with 150 metres of elevation gain and takes around  1.5 hours .

Afterwards, you can cool off in Hintersteiner See at the small  beach lido .

Parking is very limited so taking the  free hikers’ bus  from Scheffau’s village centre to the lake is highly recommended.

Hintersteiner See

We reached Hintersteiner See by mountainbike .

Alex had brought his own bike while Victoria rented an e-mountain bike from Goingsport in Going am Wilder Kaiser.

With a few hundred metres of elevation gain to the lake, the small push from the motor was really helpful!

Wilder Kaiser is the perfect place to go on mountain biking tours with  loads of routes  for beginners and intermediates alike.

You can visit  Bike Saloon Söll ; one of Austria’s largest skill parks where you can brush up on your skills.

When you’re ready to tackle steeper inclines, several cable cars and gondolas/lifts are ready to take you up the mountains along with your bike.

You can rent mountain bikes (with or without motors) all over Wilder Kaiser.

Hintersteiner See mountain biking

Hiking to the Schleier Wasserfall is a  must-do  if you like peaceful outdoor experiences.

For the  shortest possible route , you can park at the parking spot called Parkplatz Hüttling. From here, the waterfall is about 2.5 kilometres away with 300 metres of elevation gain.

We started the hike  at the bathing lake  Badesee Going  for a longer route.

The hike takes you inside a calm pine forest where the Kaiser mountains always seem to loom in the background.

Just before reaching the waterfall, you venture off the wide paths for a more technical last ascent. It’s neither difficult nor dangerous, but good hiking shoes and sure-footedness is recommended.

Hiking to the waterfall

After hiking to the Schleier Wasserfall, consider jumping in Badesee Going.

There’s a huge  sunbathing lawn  along with an adventure park/playground with the  longest open-air slide  in Tyrol for the little ones.

The lake is open from morning to early evening and the entry price is €2.5-6.5.

Badesee Going and the surrounding landscape

For some of the  best views of the Kaiser mountains , try to catch the reflections at Astberg Speichersee (Astberg Reservoir) on a clear, calm day.

In winter, the lake is used for snowmaking.

In summer, it’s a  great starting point for several hikes  in the area.

Astberg Speichersee reflection

There are lots of market days, flea markets, farmers markets etc. in Wilder Kaiser.

We visited the market in  Söll  and enjoyed some  vegan gelato  with Tyrolean live music playing nearby.

Market in Söll

If you’re into golf, the  27 holes  at Golfclub Wilder Kaiser has some of the best views in town.

We didn’t swing any clubs ourselves, but we did visit the restaurant for an exquisite dinner.

The menu caters to all types of eaters, but they did have  marked vegan options . The food was delicious!

Golf course

There are so many different things to do in Wilder Kaiser.

First of all, visiting in summer means you can choose between  hundreds of hikes  and outdoor excursions.

Families  won’t find a shortage of activities that are fitting for children of all ages, and if you’re more into  extreme sports  and  adrenaline , don’t worry – the mountains also have you covered for that.

In winter, the area transforms into a  ski paradise  with almost 300 kilometres of slopes.

During bad weather spells, there are thankfully also many things to do near Wilder Kaiser that are  located indoors  – including climbing halls and indoor pools.

If you feel more culturally inclined, consider  visiting Innsbruck  during your stay in Wilder Kaiser.

Tyrol’s capital is located just about an hour’s drive away and is full of amazing things to do.

For more on what to do in Innsbruck, read our  Complete Travel Guide to Innsbruck, Austria: 12 Best Things to Do in the Charming Old City .

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How to get to Wilder Kaiser

Innsbruck Airport  (Kranebitten Airport) is located around 75 kilometres to the west of Wilder Kaiser. It serves both regional and international flights with connections to the rest of Europe.

The  central train station  in Innsbruck (Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof) is one of Austria’s busiest train stations and from here you can also travel all over Austria and Europe by train. OBB is the national railway company of Austria.

Getting to Wilder Kaiser from Innsbruck is easy.

Trains from Innsbruck  to Wörgl leave several times a day. The ride takes around half an hour.

From Wörgl , you can travel to Wilder Kaiser by bus. Bus 4060 leaves from Wörgl Hauptbahnhof and can take you to all of the towns in Wilder Kaiser in less than an hour.

If you’re travelling from  Salzburg  by public transport, the easiest way to get to Wilder Kaiser is also to travel to Wörgl first.

By  car , Innsbruck and Salzburg are only about 1-1.5 hours of driving away each.

As alluded to earlier in this guide, Wilder Kaiser is easily navigated.

Buses  can take you mostly everywhere in the area. They leave often and run on time.

In summer, the  KaiserJet bus  takes tourists to and from hiking trails and bathing lakes. It travels between the village centres of Ellmau, Going, Scheffau and Söll every hour as well as the cable car valley stations, lakes, the Kaiserbad and different excursion destinations.

The  mountaineer taxi  is also a good option. It picks you directly at your accommodation at very fair prices.

Another popular option to travel around Wilder Kaiser is by  bicycle . Rent (or bring) an e-bike and you can get wherever you need to go in a flash while getting a workout and enjoying the scenery.

We visited Wilder Kaiser in June and had  great weather . Lots of sunshine and blue skies, although the Kaiser mountains were often covered in clouds.

The weather in the mountains is  unpredictable , so plan accordingly.

When to visit Wilder Kaiser is completely up to your needs and wants.

There are four distinct seasons in the alps, each with their own pros and cons:

  • Summer  is ideal for hiking with warmer temperatures, but can also get crowded.
  • Winter  is a beautiful time to visit and optimal for skiing in the region.

In between  in the low seasons, you get less snow or sun, but you can easily get lucky with both (as we have written about in our  travel guide to visiting Tyrol in Autumn ) as well as deal with fewer crowds. Prices are also lower.

  • Summer  (high season): July & August.
  • Autumn  (low season): September & October.
  • Winter  (high season): November, December, January, February, March & April.
  • Spring  (low season): May & June.

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  • Sunscreen (adlink) . Even with cold air, the sun can be strong at altitude. Especially if it’s reflected in the snow.
  • Sturdy hiking shoes . A must!
  • Swimwear  and a  towel  if you plan to swim in the beautiful lakes.
  • Water  and  snacks  for active excursions.

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To minimise your impact during your visit to Wilder Kaiser, follow these guidelines:

  • Bring your own drinking water  in a refillable bottle.
  • Avoid single-use plastics , including straws.
  • Dispose of waste properly . While putting your trash in a nearby trashcan is convenient, wrappers and other small items are prone to get taken by the wind and end up in nature. Better to take it with you.
  • Check your sunscreen  if you intend to swim. Many brands contain oxybenzone and other chemicals that are harmful.
  • Take only photos, leave only footprints . Let everything stay in its natural place.
  • Be considerate of other visitors .
  • Respect wildlife.

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We hope this travel guide to Wilder Kaiser in Austria has been useful.

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If you’ve been to Wilder Kaiser it would be awesome to hear your best tips in the comments.

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Wilder Kaiser range with flowers in the foreground

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Bike the Kaiser - E-bike days at the Wilder Kaiser

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  • Use of bicycle
  • 3x overnight stays with breakfast buffet in a typical, family Tyrolean pension
  • all transfers
  • Local guide for the bike days with local knowledge
  • Entry/Admission - Scheffau am Wilden Kaiser
  • Insurance (accident or health insurance, cancellation insurance)
  • Collection from the train stations Kufstein, Wörgl and St.Johann in Tirol
  • Kranebitten Airport, Innsbruck Austria
  • Salzburg Airport, Innsbrucker Bundesstraße 95, 5020 Salzburg, Austria
  • Munich Airport, Nordallee 25, 85356 Hallbergmoos, Bavaria Germany
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not recommended for travelers with back problems
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
  • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
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Discover one of the largest and most modern ski resorts in the world on the newly signposted SkiWelt Tour. The tour can be enjoyed in a clockwise (green signs) or anti-clockwise direction and skiers can start and end the tour in any of the SkiWelt villages. Of course, you can also extend the SkiWelt Tour by incorporating a valley run or two along the way. With 21 valley runs to choose from, the SkiWelt offers more variety than any other ski resort. And while we are on the subject of variety, it is possible map out your day’s skiing in the SkiWelt so that you never have to take the same lift or ski the same run twice, unless you want to of course.

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The Wilder Kaiser and the Kitzbühel Alps offer visitors a wide range of hiking and mountain tours of varying degrees of difficulty. Select your perfect hiking or mountain tour in the region from easy, moderate, difficult or even extreme!

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11er-kaiserblick circuit.

11er-Kaiserblick circuit

Onto the Hausberg mountain with panoramic views of the Wilder Kaiser and Hartkaiser mountains and back via the Ranhartalm.

Hiking starting point Tourist Info, Ellmau (800 m)

1020 Elevation gain

Up to the Gaudeamushütte

Up to the Gaudeamushütte

Hike to the Gaudeamushütte mountain hut by the Wilder Kaiser

Wochenbrunner Alm, Ellmau (1,085 m)

Gaudeamushütte, Going (1,263 m)

200 Elevation gain

Hausberg circular hiking route

Hausberg circular hiking route

Pleasant high-altitude walk taking in the mountain and Astbergsee lake - the mirror of the Wilder Kaiser!

Blattlalm, Going (1,246 m)

80 Elevation gain

Scheffau – Gruttenhütte

Scheffau – Gruttenhütte

Hike to the Gruttenhütte with great views to the Ellmauer Halt and the entire region.

Hiking starting point Tourist Info, Scheffau (738 m)

Gruttenhütte, Ellmau (1,620 m)

Intermediate

990 Elevation gain

Hochsöll circular route

Hochsöll circular route

Hike to the Hexenwasser and get rewarded with a view.

Bergbahn valley station, Söll (724 m)

410 Elevation gain

Astberg circular hiking route

Astberg circular hiking route

Family-friendly, leisurely circular hike around the Astberg mountain

Astberg mountain station, Going (1.251 m)

Ellmau circuit

Ellmau circuit

A beautiful easy hike at the foot of the Wilder Kaiser

60 Elevation gain

Path of reflection

Path of reflection

Leisurely path of reflection to the St. Anna chapel at Lengau

Parkplatz Liftstation Itter (655 m)

Lengauer Kapelle

270 Elevation gain

SkiWelt Panoramic Trail

SkiWelt Panoramic Trail

The highlight for everyone who loves hiking for pleasure - lush Alpine meadows, sparkling mountain lakes and delightful food in the Kitzbühel Alps. And the Bergbahnen Wilder Kaiser - Brixental summer cable cars make the ascent and descent easy.

Astberg, Going

720 Elevation gain

War memorial circular route

War memorial circular route

This pleasant circular walk takes you to Söll’s war memorial in a beautiful section of forest.

Hiking starting point Tourist Info, Söll (689 m)

10 Elevation gain

Bergdoktor circular route Söll

Bergdoktor circular route Söll

Off the beaten track up to the Köpfing farmhouse. “Der Bergdoktor” (The Mountain Doctor) is a famous German-Austrian TV series, which is produced in the Wilder Kaiser region.

Bergdoktor parking lot, Söll

370 Elevation gain

Bergdoktor tour of Ellmau & Going

Bergdoktor tour of Ellmau & Going

A tour of the main filming locations of the TV series “Der Bergdoktor” (The Mountain Doctor) in Ellmau and Going, with a refreshment stop at the inn used during filming

Hiking info point, Tourist Info Ellmau (800 m)

180 Elevation gain

Rauher Kopf

Rauher Kopf

Over hill and dale through idyllic nature up to the Rauhen Kopf.

Astberg Bergstation

620 Elevation gain

From Going up to the Astbergsee

From Going up to the Astbergsee

A wonderful tour up to the Astberg lake via the Hollenauer Cross with dream views

Astbergbahn valley station, Going (805 m)

Astbergsee, Going (1.251m)

465 Elevation gain

3-day hut tour - moderately difficult alternative route stage 2

3-day hut tour - moderately difficult alternative route stage 2

Gaudeamushütte - Ellmauer Tor - Klammlweg - Gruttenhütte

Ackerlhütten circular hike

Ackerlhütten circular hike

Intermediate circular hike with breathtaking views on the surrounding mountains. Attention: Trail no 828 is closed due to danger of falling rocks. Detour via path no. 816 and 827 via the Obere Regalm to the Baumgartenköpfl.

Hiking starting point Tannbichl, Going (857 m)

760 Elevation gain

“Moor & more” Rocky Way

“Moor & more” Rocky Way

An extensive exploration of “Moor & more”. The puzzle tour in the Wilder Kaiser forest is sure to be lots of fun, even for older children.

Hiking starting point Hüttling, Going (820 m)

380 Elevation gain

Asten circuit

Asten circuit

From Going to the Astberg with a small altitude loop & impressive panoramic view.

Hiking starting point Going center (former tourist information Going) (764 m)

560 Elevation gain

3-day mountain hut tour - stage 1

3-day mountain hut tour - stage 1

Going, Hüttling - Schleierwasserfall - Obere Regalm - Baumgartenköpfl (Bergsteigergrab) - Gaudeamushütte

860 Elevation gain

Rehbach tour

Rehbach tour

Exciting round trip for adults and children through the Rehbach gorge.

280 Elevation gain

Eagle Walk Stage 03: Kaindlhütte - Kufstein

Eagle Walk Stage 03: Kaindlhütte - Kufstein

This stage takes hikers to the small town of Kufstein located on the banks of the Inn river – a town which has been celebrated in song and is steeped in history and character. Walkers make their way through the lush and verdant beauty of a pasture paradise with cosy huts and mountain restaurants before stopping for a rest at the Brentenjochhütte hut (delicious “Kiachl” are served every Saturday).

Hintersteiner See

160 Elevation gain

Kneipp circuit

Kneipp circuit

Energy trail with seven stations offering refreshing and relaxing experiences.

70 Elevation gain

Hollenauer Kreuz circular hiking route

Hollenauer Kreuz circular hiking route

The best seat in the house for a view of the Wilder Kaiser!

290 Elevation gain

Gruttenhütte via Klammlweg

Gruttenhütte via Klammlweg

The most adventurous route to the highest hut on the Wilder Kaiser.

Wochenbrunner Alm, Ellmau (1,085 m)

550 Elevation gain

Kaiserkrone - stage 4

Kaiserkrone - stage 4

Stripsenjochhaus – Stripsenkopf – Feldberg – Scheibenbichlalmen – Griesenau – Gasteig

Stripsenjochhaus, St. Johann in Tirol (1,577 m)

Gasteig (750 m)

640 Elevation gain

From Brentenjoch (Kaiserlift) to Hintersteiner See

From Brentenjoch (Kaiserlift) to Hintersteiner See

Hike from the Kaiserlift mountain station via the Kaindlhütte and Walleralm to Hintersteiner See.

Mountain station Kaiserlift, Kufstein (1256 m)

Hiking starting point Seestüberl, Scheffau (890 m)

340 Elevation gain

Schwendt circuit

Schwendt circuit

Pleasant hike through forests and across meadows to the sunny plateau of Going and back

Treffauer & Tuxeck summit tour

Treffauer & Tuxeck summit tour

Two very demanding, fantastic lookout peaks on the Wilder Kaiser, which are not to be underestimated.

Hiking starting point Wegscheid, Scheffau (883 m)

1440 Elevation gain

From the Kaiser-Hochalm to the Seilabodenkreuz

From the Kaiser-Hochalm to the Seilabodenkreuz

Alpine pasture circular hiking route with a breathtaking view over Scheffau!

800 Elevation gain

Schleier Waterfall circular hiking route

Schleier Waterfall circular hiking route

Mountain tour to the extreme climbers’ training rock and spectacle of nature with refreshment stop at the Graspoint-Niederalm.

520 Elevation gain

Quellen circular route

Quellen circular route

Enjoy the scenic area of the Hohe Salve where the Söll waters originate.

Exit Keat chairlift, Söll (1,533 m)

530 Elevation gain

Hochlechen circular route

Hochlechen circular route

Old path - now renovated and featuring a pleasant series of ascents and descents.

Hiking starting point Bergbahn, Söll (725 m)

470 Elevation gain

Prama circular hiking route

Prama circular hiking route

Easier and more level circular walk through the sunny district of Prama for walkers or families with pushchairs.

Round the Achleitberg mountain

Round the Achleitberg mountain

A hike on varied paths around the Achleitberg.

540 Elevation gain

Bergdoktor tour of Ellmau

Bergdoktor tour of Ellmau

A tour of the main filming locations of the TV series “Der Bergdoktor” (The Mountain Doctor) in Ellmau, with a refreshment stop at the inn used during filming

Hiking starting point Tourist Info, Ellmau (798 m)

Kaiserkrone - alternative route bypassing Klamml

Kaiserkrone - alternative route bypassing Klamml

Gaudeamushütte – Gamswegl – path 825 – Gruttenhütte

480 Elevation gain

Hintere Goinger Halt summit tour

Hintere Goinger Halt summit tour

The Hintere Goinger Halt (2,193 m) is considered to be the easiest summit to reach in the Wilder Kaiser.

Hiking starting point Wochenbrunner Alm, Ellmau (1,085 m)

1090 Elevation gain

Pölvenau circular route

Pölvenau circular route

Pleasant circular hiking trail through forests and meadows to the romantically situated moor lake.

Hiking starting point Franzlhof, Söll (703 m)

240 Elevation gain

Hartkaiser circuit (no. 1 & 3)

Hartkaiser circuit (no. 1 & 3)

From the Bergdoktorhaus to the Rübezahl-Alm mountain hut and the Carved Figures path to Ellmi’s Zauberwelt.

730 Elevation gain

3-day mountain hut tour - stage 2

3-day mountain hut tour - stage 2

Gruttenhütte - Kaiser-Hochalm - Steiner-Hochalm - Hinterschießling Alm - Rehbachklamm - Scheffau, Dorf

Scheffau village (889 m)

190 Elevation gain

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    Discover the Wilder Kaiser region on guided bike tours and bike events - in groups and with professional bike guides. en. Deutsch; Nederlands; English; Choose a colour; T +43 50509; Chat; My Kaiser; About us; Weather; en. Deutsch; ... E-Bike Tour from the Hartkaiser to the Hintersteiner See

  3. Bike Tours around the Wilder Kaiser in Austria

    Summer is approaching fast so it's time to get your bike out of the garage and give it a service. If you're looking for inspiration for a perfect cycling summer, take a look at our Collection in the Kaiser Mountains in Austria. In the Wilder Kaiser region, you find wonderful bike Tours that lead through impressive landscapes around the towns of Ellmau, Going am Wilden Kaiser, Sheffau and ...

  4. Kaiserradrunde

    WILDER KAISER. Kaiserradrunde - Radfahren am Wilden Kaiser is an expert bike ride: 86.1 km and takes 06:08 h. View this route or plan your own!

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    Below are 3 cycle tours that you can head out directly from the sports hotel Der Bär. The Bergdoktor E-Bike tour Level: medium difficult On this tour you get to enjoy the wonderful panoramic view of the Wilder Kaiser mountain range and pass three of the main filming locations of the 'Bergdoktor' series.

  6. Road bike tour around the Wilder Kaiser

    Tour information. This 95 km tour takes us via Wörgl to Kufstein, to Walchsee and via St. Johann back to Brixen im Thale. The starting point of this tour is in Brixen im Thale. Cycling along the main road we first reach Hopfgarten. We then continue on the old main road to Bruckhäusl, where we avail of the railway subway and continue towards ...

  7. Wilder Kaiser Cycle Path

    Wilder Kaiser Cycle Path. Set against the craggy peaks of the Wilder Kaiser Mountains, this 38.2-kilometre-long cycle path leads along the Inn Valley from St. Johann in Tirol via the villages of Going, Ellmau, Scheffau and Söll to Wörgl. There are a few short climbs in the first half of the ride, but the second part is mostly downhill.

  8. Chapel

    Chapel - Wilder Kaiser cycle path loop from Brugger Mühle is an intermediate bike ride. See this Tour and others like it, or plan your own with komoot! Detailed maps and GPS navigation for the bike Tour: "Chapel - Wilder Kaiser cycle path loop from Brugger Mühle" 01:31 h 22.9 km.

  9. The Top Road Bike Rides in Wilder Kaiser

    13 - Glockner tour. difficult. 299.4 km. 19:09 h. 4,040 m. 6,143 m. One of the hardest ascents in the Alps - the ride on the Großglockner high alpine road. Speed, views of the glaciers and the feeling that you are sailing across the Alps using pure muscle power, combine to form an inner flight of fancy.

  10. Around the Wilder Kaiser Tour

    The Wilder Kaiser Tour is a great Austrian bike path network addition. 82kms around these spectacular mountains which are a landmark to many people, whether you live here or are a visitor. Around the Wilder Kaiser Tour bike path was finished last year, and we completed it in a clockwise direction from St Johann during the summer. ...

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    The emperor mountains. The Kaiser mountains (emperor mountains) are the main drawing point of the Wilder Kaiser region in Tyrol, Austria. With its photogenic limestone peaks and huge trail network, the mountains are home to a plethora of outdoor activities in the area.. In summer, Wilder Kaiser offers everything from mellow hikes with beautiful waterfall views to adrenaline-fueled mountain ...

  12. Mountain bike hotel in Tyrol

    Explore the mountain and valley on two wheels, by bike and experience unforgettable nature-packed moments . Cool off afterwards in the hotel's own lake and relax while enjoying the views to the Wilder Kaiser in a lounger. The Kaiser region is a genuine paradise for all fans of two-wheels, mountain-bikers and hiking holiday-makers.

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    Wunderschöne E-Mountainbike-Tour im Kaisergebirge in Tirol. Vom Walchsee im Kaiserwinkl zum Heuberg immer geradewegs auf den Wilden Kaiser und Zahmen Kaiser ...

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  15. Salvenradrunde

    Salvenradrunde - Radfahren am Wilden Kaiser is an expert bike ride: 63.0 km and takes 04:21 h. View this route or plan your own! WILDER KAISER planned an outdoor adventure with komoot! Distance: 63.0 km | Duration: 04:21 h. komoot. Discover; ... WILDER KAISER. Salvenradrunde - Radfahren am Wilden Kaiser ...

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    Routes & tours in the. Wilder Kaiser region. Wilder Kaiser. Activities. Hiking. Hollenauer Kreuz winter hiking route. Climb to the best viewpoint in the mountains, where the Wilder Kaiser is within touching distance. Hiking starting point Going center (former tourist information Going) (764 m)

  18. Tour around the SkiWelt

    The tour can be enjoyed in a clockwise (green signs) or anti-clockwise direction and skiers can start and end the tour in any of the SkiWelt villages. Of course, you can also extend the SkiWelt Tour by incorporating a valley run or two along the way. With 21 valley runs to choose from, the SkiWelt offers more variety than any other ski resort.

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    380 Elevation gain. Details. Kaiserkrone - around the Wilder Kaiser in 5 days. Wild and free - 5 days of hiking on old paths around the Wilder Kaiser The five-day hike from hut to hut is one of the most beautiful multi-day circular tours in Tirol. It takes mountain walkers along a route of around 58 kilometres, featuring ascents and descents ...