- The largest interlinked ski area in Austria
- Fast, modern lifts with minimal queues
- A great range of runs for all abilities
- Austria's largest night skiing slopes in Söll
Why choose SkiWelt?
SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental is Austria’s largest interconnecting ski complex. Attracting both skiers and boarders across a whole spectrum of abilities, the winter sports destination has grown in popularity following huge investment in its modern network of lifts and snowmaking technology.
Groups staying in the pretty village of Radfeld will find themselves within easy reach of the historic towns of Rattenberg and Wörgl. If ever you need something you can’t find in Radfeld’s small collection of shops, cafes and facilities, you’re conveniently positioned just a few minutes from the motorway. Those who choose our Breitenbach accommodation will be staying on the opposite side of the Inn Valley, which also offers good access to the ski area via the motorway.
Kramsach has a good range of amenities and isn’t too far from both Radfeld and Breitenbach, while Hinterthiersee is located on a plateau above the Inn Valley. It’s easy to get to Hinterthiersee from the historic border town of Kufstein, one of the largest towns in the area.
On the piste
Modern gondolas and automatic chairlifts – including the fastest eight-seat chairlift in the world – link the resorts of Söll, Scheffau, Ellmau, Going, Brixen, Westendorf, Hopfgarten and Itter. This is all thanks to the lift company’s recent 50 million Euro investment, which also sees the introduction of heated seats and weather protective covers.
You’ll find the nursery slopes at the bottom of the valley level, with a range of options for progressing to the next level, on the wide blue runs of Söll and Hopfgarten.
The SkiWelt is also a mecca for skiers with a bit more experience under their belts. Over 140 kilometres of red and black runs provide intermediate and advanced skiers with plenty of variety. You’ll also have access to three fun parks – perfect for the boarders among you to practice their big air.
Just make sure you remember to refuel. Thankfully, with over 70 cosy mountain huts and restaurants to choose from – that’s one every 3.3 kilometres – the SkiWelt makes it hard to forget.
|Calais (Coach) to SkiWelt||15 hours|
|Innsbruck to SkiWelt||1 hour|
|Salzburg to SkiWelt||1.5 hours|
|Munich to SkiWelt||1.5 hours|
The largest interconnecting ski complex in Austria certainly doesn't let standards slip when it comes to après-ski. Keeping everyone entertained after they've hung up their ski poles for the day, SkiWelt's range of activities includes bowling, swimming and skating.
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