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The Kaisergebirge nature reserve in the Kitzbüheler Alps is an Eldorado for nature lovers and is divided into the wild emperor and the tame emperor. Both massive are ideal hiking and climbing mountains.
Kaiser Mountains & Brixental
700 kilometers of hiking trails ... The Kaiser Mountains - also called the ""Emperor"" - extends between Kufstein and St. Johann in Tyrol and is under nature conservation. Classic and extreme climbing tours lead over walls, by fireplaces, cracks and edges to the sharply jagged ridges and peaks. Totenkirchl, meat bench and preaching chair have become alpines. But the region is also ideal for family vacation. The towns of Ellmau, Going, Scheffau and Söll, but also Kirchberg and Niederau offer a great mix of mountains and water for fun and relaxation. You will find a hiking paradise that could not be more diverse: idyllic side valleys, gentle grass mountains and rugged mountains. The selection of tours is large and can be combined as desired. Over 700 km marked hiking trails are available.
You are spoiled for choice ... In the wet and happy nature experience ""Hexenwasser"" in Hochsöll, even cool boys forget that they don't want to hike at all. Daube cocks, water channels, climbing ponds, mud pools, fireplaces are waiting to be taken into account. The parents can feel comfortable in the Kneipp basin or have the reflex zones massaged on Austria's longest barefoot path via grass, mineral mulch and stones. Another highlight is the unique panoramic view from the Hohen Salve to 70 peaks over 3,000 meters. The view has become even more interesting due to the first rotating panoramic breed of Austria and 15 sundial stations.
Sports & Freetime
Over 700 km marked hiking trails with a super panoramic view, 1 lift and hiking pass for free use of all lifts in the region, 5 swimming pools, 6 swimming pools and 2 indoor pools, 18-hole golf course ""Wilder Kaiser"" & 9-hole golf course, Tennis, riding, squash, climbing at the Wilder Kaiser, paragliding, canising and the best bike options on the mountain and in the valley.
The Skiwelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental Brixental is very rich in sports facilities. Here you will find ice skating places, indoor pools with whirpool, massage, sauna, steam bath, solarium and fitness room, riding stables with riding lessons and flight schools, snowboard, fun park, boardercross, halfpipe, funpark Jump, Funpark Corner, Funpark Boxing, Funpark Slides, Kegelbahn , Ski parties, spring snow festival, concerts.
Innsbruck (85 km) Cathedral in St. Jakob (built in 1717, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.), Ambras Castle (open from December to March every day except Tuesday from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.), Tyrolean Landestheater, Triumphpforte, Olympic jumping ski jump (entry only at events), Olympics -Isstadion, Olympic bob and toboggan run.
Salzburg (77 km) Salzburger Cathedral, Residence of Salzburg (opening times daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.), Hellbrunn Castle, Mirabel Castle, Mozart-Wohnhaus and Mozart-Birthhaus (opening times daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.).
Nagelschmiedhäuser Craftsmanship museum with Tyrolean handicrafts and a crib exhibition.
Rattenberg (42 km) Birthplace of the St. Notburga (inspection only possible from the outside)
Ebbs The baroque parish church ""to dear wife zu Ebbs"". There are also numerous painted skulls that resemble those of Hallstatt.
Griesenau The Jöchlkapelle, south of Griesenau, is reminiscent of the miraculous healing of a farmer.
Hintersee Romantic lake in the Hohe Tauern.
Krimmler waterfalls With 380 m fall height, the highest waterfall in Austria.
Schwendt and Walchsee Magnificent middle -area houses adorn the place.
St. Johann E is considered the primal parish of the lower Leukental. The baroque parish church has been the seat of a dean's office since 1621
Jochberg Mining and local museum (opening times in winter: Tuesday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.).
St. Johann in Tyrol Fixler chapel (built in 1961).
Ellmau Maria home search chapel
Going The Rococo Church shows a wooden statue of Mary from the 16th century.
Griesser Alm A beautiful alpine area in the Kaiser Mountains.
Kufstein The former Fortress Geroldseck with the largest free organ in the world, local museum at the castle with the finds from the Tischofer cave.
Scheffau The pilgrimage church in Bärnstatt (today Leonhardi pilgrimage) to ""our master in the misery"" is reminiscent of 3 high-spirited farmers.
Transfer with the ski bus to the mountain railways from all locations. In all 9 locations you will find ski schools with kindergartens, or children's facilities as well as toddler care.
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