ELLMAU – SUMMER PARADISE!
ELLMAU – SUMMER PARADISE!
The KaiserBad in Ellmau offers pure swimming fun for the whole family with indoor and outdoor pools and a flow channel leading outside, a kid’s pool with slide, a water jet and water umbrella, a large lake with two diving boards, and four water slides (‘Black Hole’ 91 metres, ‘Turbo Slide’ 55 metres, ‘Blue’ water slide 92 metres and a broad slide in the outdoor pool), and a large kids playground with trampolines. Adults can relax in the wellness and sauna area. More Info →
Goinger Badesee (Swimming Lake in Going)
Located on the edge of a forest with panoramic views of the Wilder Kaiser mountains is the Goinger natural lake. The water heats up to a pleasant 24 degrees and there is a separate kids and paddling pool. The lake also has a 100m long water slide, and an extra wide slide. A day at Tirol’s most beautiful natural lake is a holiday hit for the whole family. More Info →
Family Mountain Fun Parks
Family Mountain Fun Parks
At the top of the mountain Hartkaiser in Ellmau, you can step into a magical, fairy tale world with your children. You might even meet a secret figure in the botanical garden. As you sit in the Panorama restaurant with its imposing views of the Wilder Kaiser, make sure that there are no little gnomes around – they like the good food too! More Info →
Kaiser Welt Scheffau (Emperor World)
The “KaiserWelt” in Scheffau is a fun park situated at an altitude of 1650 m. In a little wood, right next to the Brandstadl cable car station, kids can run and play to their heart’s content in the various tree cabins and climbing and skill apparatus. All the while parents enjoy the panoramic view of the surrounding mountains from the Brandstadl mountain restaurant. Guests are always overwhelmed by the magnificent view of the impressive Wilder Kaiser and the surrounding mountain pastures. More Info →
Hexenwasser Hochsöll (Witches Water)
Way back in the days of old, the area around the Hohe Salve was regarded as “witch country”. Today it has lost none of it’s fascination, and the spooky tales of the witches and magicians of Hochsöll continue to be retold.
Nature lovers of all ages will be fascinated by the mystical “Hexenwasser” theme park in Hochsöll (1,150 m), which revolves around the theme of “water” in a careful and nature-friendly way. It offers more than 30 points of interests along a 450m long path from the cable railway to the Stöcklalm Inn. Among the features are Kneipp pools as well as a water path, a bare-foot track, water maze and also an old grain mill. When it comes to the culinary side of things, you will be indulged with the tasty treats offered by the traditional cosy inns.
A cable car will whisk you comfortably up from Hochsöll to the Hohe Salve peak, where you can enjoy the spectacular view from the rotating terrace. More Info →
GOLF AT the WILDE KAISER
27-Hole Golf course Wilder Kaiser in Ellmau
88 ha of beautiful Parkland Golf in the Tirolean Alpen Countryside.
The well maintained 27 Hole Golf Course Wilder Kaiser in Ellmau, Tirol has become one of the most popular Golfing Destinations in Austria. Quality has always been of the highest priority and the course perfectly harmonises into the local landscape and has an impressive location at the foot of the Wilder Kaiser Mountain range. The holes are flat but very challenging and our guests will enjoy an unforgettable round. More Info →
9-hole Kaisergolf Mühlberhof in Ellmau
Want to improve your short game? there is no better place than the challenging 9 hole ‘pitch & putt’ Kaisergolf. The course is on a slope, has water, is surrounded by forest, and has relatively small greens, so you will require a precise game to achieve a good score. Kaisergolf offers something for all golfer’s, from beginners to the more experienced.
Hiking and walking
Hiking trails and hiking tips in the Kaisergebirge
The Wilder Kaiser region is a hiking paradise, with a remarkably diverse selection of trails for you to discover. With idyllic valleys, rolling grassy hills and imposing mountains, plenty of scenic charm is guaranteed.
The variety of tours is huge, and can be combined to suit your needs and ability. More than 400 km of signed hiking paths take you safely through one of the most beautiful regions in Tirol. With the BergWelt hiking pass (1 to 14-day or season tickets) the cable cars and lifts in the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental offer you unlimited possibilities.
Overnight hiking trips
Discover the fun of hiking on and around the Wilder Kaiser, going from hut to hut with overnight stays. Follow the Adlerweg (Eagle Trail) or the pilgrims along the Tyrolean St James route. It is safe to say the three day hiking tour on the south side of the Wilder Kaiser is one of the most beautiful hikes in Tirol. For the more adventurous there is a 5 day tour around the whole Wilder Kaiser.
1. Kneipp Adventure
Established in 2007, Scheffau am Wilden Kaiser is the “1st Kneipp for me® village in Tirol” and invites you to experience the seven relaxation and healing stations along the Kneipp-walking trail. This holistic natural healing process regards body, mind and soul as a complex unity. It has been tried and tested by tradition and medically recognised.
Mountainbiking and E-Bike
On the Wilder Kaiser everyone will find a tailor-made route to suit their needs and ability. From leisurely cycle and E-bike tours in the valley to demanding mountain bike trails, both laid-back amateurs and cycling experts will find everything to satisfy their heart’s desire. We are also the world’s largest E-bike region. Daily guided bike and E-Bike tours are offered from May to October.
Climbing and mountaineering
The steep rock faces of the Kaiser mountain range make it the ideal place for all climbers and mountaineers. The region offers alpinists mountaineering, alpine climbing, sport climbing, and ice climbing on frozen waterfalls. Climbing courses are available for beginners through to advanced. Highly recommended are the numerous sport climbing routes around the “Achleiten” and “Schleier Waterfall” many of which have been developed by the famous Bavarian climber “Huber Buam”.