Height difference:

620-1957 m

Track length:

288 km


5 December — 11 April

SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental is located in Wilder Kaiser – Austria, Tyrol, Mountain Tyrol (Austria, Tirolo, Tiroler Unterland) and Brixental (Austria, Tirolo, Tiroler Unterland, Kitzbüheler Alpen). There are 288 km of trails for skiing and snowboarding. 89 lifts transport skiers. The winter sports complex is located between 620 and 1957 meters above sea level.

With the merger of the three ski resorts, SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser Brixental has grown into one huge ski area, stretching over three Austrian regions and offering a wide variety of winter sports. In addition, it is in this area of ​​the Alps that the most abundant snowfalls occur. According to the reviews of tourists who have been here: 280 km of slopes, 89 modern comfortable lifts and more than 70 hotels and restaurants make this ski complex a truly “world-class resort”. Among other things, there are 13 km of illuminated night cross-country ski trail and 11 km of illuminated toboggan run, so night turns into day and skiers go out to ski on the highest quality snow under the light of thousands of lanterns.

Working Hours

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
08:30 — 16:30 08:30 — 16:30 08:30 — 16:30 08:30 — 16:30 08:30 — 16:30 08:30 — 16:30 08:30 — 16:30


As a rule, the ski season in these parts lasts from early December to mid April.

Ski pass prices

Day ski pass in high season will cost you € 55.50 (adult), € 55.50 (children) and € 41.50 (youth).



126 km


127 km


35 km

Austria’s largest ski resort offers it all: wide, long runs and many easy, medium and steep slopes. Both beginners and experts are welcome here.

Total length of tracks 288 km. The vertical drop is 1337 meters. Ski slopes are prepared by snow groomers. The resort has snow cannons. In total, the resort has 1700 snow cannons that cover 80% of the tracks. Artificial lighting is provided on the slopes, which allows you to ride comfortably and train in the evening. Highly professional instructors conduct group and individual lessons for adults and children.

The longest trail: Descent into the valley from Hohe Salve, length 7.3 km, vertical drop 1126 m.

The most difficult track: Alpseite, length 1.5 km, height difference 500 m.

The most interesting tracks:

  • Descent from Hohe Salve to Hopfgarten
  • Descent towards Ellmau
  • Descent from Aualm to Scheffau
  • Descending the eastern slope of Scheffau
  • Descent to the Ki-West Valley in Westendorf


Baby lift:


T-bar lift:




Gondola lift:


Visitors are lifted up 100 lifts: 17 gondola lift, 34 chairlift and 17 t-bar lift. There are 32 children’s lifts for beginners and children. Most lifts are equipped with heated seats and protective domes. There are practically no queues. The total length of the cable cars is 821 km, which are capable of transporting up to 150235 passengers/hour.


The nearest villages to the resort:

  • Ellmau (1.1 km)
  • Söll (1 km)
  • Westendorf (0.6 km)
  • Hopfgarten im Brixental (0.4 km)
  • Brixen im Thale (0.5 km)
  • Going am Wilden Kaiser (0.7 km)
  • Scheffau am Wilden Kaiser (2.1 km)
  • Itter (2.6 km)
  • Aschau im Spertental (2.9 km)
  • Kirchberg in Tirol (5 km)
  • Kelchsau (8 km)
  • Wörgl (10 km)
  • Kirchbichl (11 km)

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