Skiing at the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser Brixental ski area

Chairlift Chats Series 3 – what people think of the Skiwelt Wilder Kaiser resort


Want to know what the Skiwelt Wilder Kaiser Brixental ski area in the Tirol region of Austria is really like? British journalist and filmer Chris Moran visited in his third series of the chairlift chat the Tirolean ski Resort and spoke to visitors and locals on the chairlifts, in the bars and on the slopes to get their take on it.

We give you 10 reasons why its worthwhile visiting the Skiwelt Wilder Kaiser – Brixental:

  1. 1 of the largest interconnected skiing areas in Austria
  2. 280 km of slopes
  3. 3 toboggan runs
  4. 4 a romantic overnight choose the Alpen igloo village
  5. Perfect for Apres Ski lovers with great nightlife, such as in Söll, Hopfgarten, Westendorf or Ellmau
  6. Perfect for families with kids under 15 skiing for free for certain periods, 128 km of blue (easy) runs and the large childrens ski playground “Kinderkaiserland” in Scheffau
  7. 77 Rustic and typical Tirolean huts, such as example the Rübezahl Hut in Ellmau
  8. 8 resorts connect to the Skiwelt, including ski in and ski out resorts, such as Ellmau, Going, Brixen, Hopfgarten, Westendorf, etc.
  9. 90 state of the art lifts
  10. Austria’s largest nightskiing area with 11 km of lit slopes in Söll and Westendorf

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And here are a few opinions and impressions from people in the ski resort:



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