The slope network provides keen cross-country skiers with a variety of options to send their pulse soaring.
Cross-country skiers are used to send their heart rate sky high. Indeed, faced with 200 kilometers of very-well tended slopes that are available in SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental, every cross-country skier's heart will genuinely jump for joy. The link to the vast slope network is just a few minutes from the sport hotel Der Bär, where you can choose between the Dorfloipe, Kaiserloipe and the connecting slopes. The sun-blessed, natural paradise at the foot of the Wilder Kaiser mountain range connects the four 'Kaiser' villages of Going, Ellmau, Scheffau and Söll, and provides 65 kilometers of tracked routes. The from floodlights lightened night-time slope in the nearby village of Scheffau tempts you to burn off energy all evening. Those who want a little bit of cross-country fun, will not only come across lovely conditions on the leisurely Dorfloipe, but also traditional refreshment stop options, that make every excursion worthwhile. Meanwhile, real 'kilometer-eaters' get to extend their cross-country stint to Aschau or Söll, or raise their heart rate on so many skating slopes. Of course, on all the routes there are plenty of inns and guesthouses dotted perfectly along the route to get the perfect mix of sport and rest.
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