One of Austria's largest ski resorts, the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental offers a huge range of slopes for skiers and snowboarders of all abilities. The area also has plenty of other activities away from the pistes during the winter months. In fact, this resort is so big that even experienced skiers who have been here several times will continue to find new areas to explore.
When it comes to winter sports and activities, visitors to the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental really are spoilt for choice. The pistes throughout this huge resort cater for skiers and boarders of all ages and abilities. All in all the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental covers nine villages, including Brixen im Thale, Going and Söll, which can all be accessed using the state-of-the-art lifts and cable cars or on skis.
Highlights in the resort include many easy slopes suitable for beginners, a number of race courses (some of which have a mechanism to measure skiers' speed), several pistes floodlit at night as well as three funparks for freestylers. The resort reaches all the way up to a snowsure altitude of 2,000 metres above sea level, with the slopes located further down in the valley serviced by a network of snowmaking machines to ensure top conditions throughout the season.
The SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental is also well known as a hotspot for families with children. Facilities include special beginners' areas for children as well as childcare services for babies and toddlers. The resort's many huts are the ideal place to stop off for a drink and a snack, while the enchanting Igloo Village and sun lounge made from natural ice are well worth a visit at the top of the cable car in Hochbrixen, next to the Panoramarestaurant Bergkaiser. Experienced skiers looking for an adrenaline kick can test their skills and nerve on the black run leading down from the Choralpe. It has a maximum gradient of 80%!