The Wilder Kaiser Reion in Tirol is characterised by the towering peaks of the Kaiser Mountains. The walking and hiking here is hugely diverse, from challenging summit ascents and multi-day treks to easier walks suitable for families with children.
The Wilder Kaiser Mountains are a haven for ambitious hikers and mountaineers. There are several multi-day walks leading through this protected area of outstanding natural beauty. Mountain forests, flower-filled meadows and rock-strewn slopes with stone pine bushes dominate the landscape here. This region is home to the first three stages of the Eagle Walk, a 33-stage trail crossing Tirol from east to west. The stages here lead from St. Johann via the southern slopes of the Wilder Kaiser Mountains to the town of Kufstein. Expert hikers with excellent fitness can complete a full loop of the Wilder Kaiser Mountains on the five-stage Emperor's Crown trail. We also recommend a visit to the idyllic Kaisertal Valley with its majestic views of the Wilder Kaiser Mountains. While most of the hiking in the north of the region is challenging, further south there are plenty of easier trails in the rolling hills of the northern Kitzbühel Alps. Many can be accessed using lifts and cable cars.