Extend the summer together - full family offer until the end of October
Clearest view, stable autumn weather and holiday outside the high season. At the Wilder Kaiser in Tyrol the summer lasts much longer and at full offer and reasonable prices. Until 22 October 2017 all mountain railways and their mountain worlds are open. Likewise, the children's Kornkammer Söll and the Kaiserbad in Ellmau (open throughout the year), all connected with the hiking and bathing bus Kaiserjet in the hour action.
And best of all: All these offers are free of charge from 30 September until the end of the season for all children under 15 years of age! (Accompanied by a paying parent, Hartkaiserbahn Ellmau will operate until 05.11.2017)
Weekly events such as the Söller Herbstz'sammkemma, the Ellmauer Herbstnacht, the Bauernmarkt, the Heimatabende and the brass band concerts complete the offer. In addition, there are many festivals with music and the famous O'grun (festival at the end of the season) of the mountain pastures and huts.
Offer valid from 3 days!
Offer valid from 3 days!If parents or grandparents buy a 3-day hiking pass or more, children up to 15 years are free of charge!
FAMILY AUTUMN WEEKS 2017: 30 September to 22 October 2017
FAMILY AUTUMN WEEKS 2018: 29 September to the end of the season 2018
Until 22.10.2017 in full operation and for children up to 15 years free of charge:
mountain railway Söll incl. Hexenwasser
mountain railway Scheffau incl. Kaiserwelt
mountain railway Ellmau incl. Ellmi`s Zauberwelt (open until 05.11.2017)
KinderKornKammer Söll (on presentation of the Wilder Kaiser GuestCard)
KaiserBad - indoor swimming pool, sauna, climbing, tennis (includes hourly, half-day or day passes accompanied by a parent)
Hiking and bathing bus KaiserJet (on presentation of the Wilder Kaiser GuestCard/BürgerCard)
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Events during the Family autumn weeks (abstract)
Great farmer market in the center of Ellmau
Alpenländischer Musikherbst 2017
11th 'Tour de Tirol' running event
If the weather is not so good, there are enough alternatives for mountain experience: