Wilder Kaiser

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  • 2 adults
  • Family & more

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Climate & journey times

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Latest snow depths in the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental

The Wilder Kaiser Region lies between the northern Kitzbüheler Alps and the 14 kilometre long Wilder Kaiser massif in Tyrol east of its capital Innsbruck. The continental mid-European climate provides moderate temperatures with normal amounts of sunshine and high levels of precipitation in winter. Snow starts to fall in the valleys from November and there is enough snow for winter sports from the start of the winter season at the beginning of December. Thanks to the sunny locations of the local mountains Astberg, Hartkaiser, Brandstadl and Hohe Salve, spring skiing can be enjoyed particularly in March and into April. In summer there is a prevalence of pleasant warm temperatures ideal for hiking, swimming and biking with the high oxygen content of the air providing fresh, fragrant mountain air.

Tip

TipThe low season in September and October can also be recommended when the region around Ellmau, Going, Scheffau and Söll is bathed in golden Autumn colours full of glorious days blessed with amazing visibility.

2 adults
  • 1 adult
  • 2 adults
  • Family & more

1. Room

1. Child

2. Child

3. Child

4. Child

5. Child

6. Child

At the timeof arrival

Zimmer

2. Room

1. Child

2. Child

3. Child

4. Child

5. Child

6. Child

At the timeof arrival

Zimmer

3. Room

1. Child

2. Child

3. Child

4. Child

5. Child

6. Child

At the timeof arrival

Zimmer