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SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser Brixental

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Martin Bauer
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Advanced 9 / 10
Overall: 82 / 100
  • Up-to-date lifts
  • Big ski resort
  • Enough runs for experts
  • Ski circuit
  • Great variety of runs

    Great array of slopes and modern lift facilities!

    The resort offers the advanced skier 50 intermediate descents and modern lift systems that fulfil all standards of safety and comfort. In addition to that a truly breathtaking view of Tyrol’s and Salzburg’s mountains. Especially nice runs for the advanced skier are those descending from the peak of the 1829 m high “Hohe Salve”, one of the most striking (distinctive, prominent) peaks in the Wilder Kaiser ski resort. Also the runs in Westerndorf are worth having a go at, but these can unfortunately only be reached by the free ski shuttle. Fit skiers can also test their skills on all black slopes. As long as one is a little watchful the well secured slopes shouldn’t be too challenging.

    But only a few difficult trails

    Excellent skiers who long for a large ski resort in the Austrian Alps will not find many places comparable to the “Wilder Kaiser” ski-world. But once one takes a closer look at the resort one will soon notice that there are only 10 very difficult descents. And none of the descents are renowned as are for example the “Streif” in Kitzbühel or the “Gamsleiten” in Obertauern. The nicest slopes are the black ones descending from the “Hohe Salve” and the red ones in Westendorf. However the ski resort does deserve 4 stars in the advanced skiers’ category as they offer wonderful mogul slopes, permanent racing circuits a speed measure circuit and modern lift faciliies. All these facts definitely make the Wilder Kaiser worth visiting for excellent skiers. We advise even the best skiers to plan in about 2 days in order to explore the entire ski-world.



    User Reviews

    Magdalena (Age: 18-25)
    Skill: Advanced • in Feb 2020
    Travelled as: Couple
    As a sporty skier the ski area is not very suitable in my opinion
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    Jens Ultsch (Age: 51-60)
    Skill: Advanced • in Jan 2019
    Travelled as: Couple
    Super slopes, actually something for everyone, freeride was hardly possible due to the snow mass/avalanche danger, but that was also understandable. Lift systems top.
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    Skill: n.V. • Travelled as: n.V.
    Suwoaningly red runs. Few blacks. The waiting time at the lifts is low. The area offers as many kilometres of pistes ud it is ideal for swinging, so you don't even have to use the same loft again in one day.
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    LeFalke (Age: 14-18)
    Skill: Advanced • in Feb 2018
    Travelled as: Group
    Apart from the waiting times top.
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    Skill: n.V. • in Dec 2015
    Travelled as: n.V.
    Although there are some black sections, there is a lack of heavy/demanding downhill, for example. A short time measuring system is available, as well as a ski cross track with time measurement-red ... Read complete review
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