The largest ski resort in Austria offers everything: wide and long slopes as well as many steep, intermediate and easy slopes. Beginners and advanced skiers will all feel at home here. A total of 21 valley runs are available.
|Easy ||136 km (49 %) |
|Intermediate ||127 km (45 %) |
|Difficult ||17 km (6 %) |
Interconnection information The Kelchsau and Schwoich ski resorts are not directly connected to the SkiWelt.
|Worth knowing || |
- Artificial snow-making
1600 Snow cannons
90 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
- Valley run available
Valley runs lead to all villages of the SkiWelt (Hopfgarten, Itter, Söll, Scheffau, Ellmau, Going, Brixen im Thale, Westendorf).
- just above tree line
- under tree line
- Valley run from the Hohe Salve · Length 7.3 km · Elevation difference 1126 m
The run leads from the Hohe Salve to Söll
Most difficult run
- Alpseite · Length 1.5 km · Elevation difference 500 m
There is an 80% slope from Choralpe down to the middle station. It is the steepest slope in the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental
- Hohe Salve southern slope in the Hopfgarten
- Valley runs to Ellmau
- Aualm run in Scheffau
- Eastern slope (Osthang) in Scheffau
- Ki-West valley run in Westendorf
Suggested routes through ski resort
- Kaiser Runde (circuit route)
- Salven Runde (circuit route)
- Westendorf Runde (circuit route)
|Snowparks || |
- Snow park/Fun park
- No halfpipe
|Highlights || |
- Speed measurement course offered - free of charge
Brixen im Thale at the Filzalm lift and Ellmau at the Alm lift.
- Public race course with time measurement - free of charge
Brixen im Thale at the Kälbersalve, Ellmau at the Alm lift, Scheffau at the Eiberg I, Westendorf at the Zieplhang, Schneeberg, Laubkogel and Talkaser.
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On the Südhang (southern slope) in Scheffau
|Night skiing || |