The four villages of Ellmau, Going, Scheffau and Söll in the Kaiser Mountains Nature Reserve not only hold the coveted Austrian seal of quality for hiking, but also form part of the ‘Kitzbühel Alps – Kaiser Mountains’ e-biking region, the largest of its kind worldwide. In addition, with long-distance panoramic hiking routes, golfing at the foot of the Wilder Kaiser range, swimming in crystal-clear mountain lakes, fascinating, fun-filled mountain adventure areas and thriving, authentic traditions, this Tyrolean region offers a second-to-none experience every time for families and independent travellers alike.
Hiking, climbing & mountaineering
Take in the stunning rugged, rocky scenery of the Wilder Kaiser mountains during a multi-day hike such as the ‘Kaiserkrone’ tour that takes you round the Kaiser massif in five days. The Wilder Kaiser is, furthermore, one of Austria’s most popular rock climbing regions – and one with a history that spans many generations. Or perhaps you would prefer to enjoy easy-going walks and rambles in the mountains and savour the breathtaking views of the Kitzbühel Alps and surroundings mountain ranges.
The iconic craggy peaks of its mountain range are, without a doubt, the most distinctive feature of the Tyrol’s Wilder Kaiser region. A vast network of hiking tracks and trails takes walking enthusiasts through a world of mountain forests, Alpine pastures and scree slopes interspersed with low mountain pines…
The Kaiserkrone tour
Wild and free – a five-day hike around the Wilder Kaiser range along age-old tracks and trails.
Boasting a striking, majestic beauty, the Wilder Kaiser is a fascinating landscape to explore. Standing mighty above the Sölllandl region, the massif is imposing yet alluring, wild and rugged yet idyllic and inviting. The Kaiserkrone tour takes hiking enthusiasts along a distance of some 65 kilometres and involves around 5,000 metres of ascent and descent.
The villages of Ellmau, Going, Scheffau and Söll form part of the ‘Kitzbühel Alps – Kaiser Mountains’ e-biking region, the largest of its kind worldwide. Furthermore, the Wilder Kaiser region, with its stunning scenery, lends itself perfectly to mountain bike tours on both sides of the valley.