The distinctive rocky pinnacles of the Wilder Kaiser mountains are the symbol of the Wilder Kaiser region in Tyrol. Hiking paths lead through mountain forests, alpine meadows and lastly through scree fields interspersed with mountain pine to the base of steep rock faces and deep, narrow passages in the rock. On the opposite side of the valley the gently rolling grass hills of the northern Kitzbühel Alps are much easier to hike thanks to the gondola lifts and panoramic paths, which offer a spectacular view of the rocky crown of the Wilder Kaiser.
With step-up is (gondola) the Rübezahlschnitzweg one of the longest-carved trails in Austria. The Rehbachklamm in Scheffau cools and offers the children small waterfalls, caves and bridges. With small guests the Ahornseerunde is highly recommended, as this is the whole round long prams.
Discover the Wilder Kaiser! The Emperor's crown leads along old paths within 6 days once around the imposing massif of the Wilder Kaiser. About 50 km and 9000 height meters are to be mastered on the circular walk from hut to hut.
Ideal for a long weekend: The 3-day hut hike from Going to the Hintersteinersee in Scheffau as a short variant of the emperor's crown.
Ideal for a long weekend: The three-day hike from Going over the Hintersteinersee and Walleralm to Scheffau as a short variant of the imperial crown.
The first three stages of the Tyrolean eagle path and the Way of St. James run through the region Wilder Kaiser. Tirols most famous long-distance trail, the Eagle Walk, leads to 126 mild to high alpine day stages.
The Wilder Kaiser was the first alpine area to be awarded the Austrian seal of quality for the high standard of the hiking paths, the signage and the hiking information. Several times a week the tourist office's hiking guides lead their guests on guided walks to the loveliest alpine huts in the Wilder Kaiser, even the difficult peaks can be reached with experienced mountain guides.