All on skis – Cross-country skiing in the sports hotel Der Bär
Cross-country skiers are accustomed to sending their heart rate sky high. Indeed, faced with some 200 kilometres 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 links the four 'Kaiser' towns of Going, Ellmau, Scheffau and Söll, and provides 65 kilometres of tracked routes. The floodlit night-time slope in nearby Scheffau tempts you to burn off energy all evening. In contract, 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 'kilometre-eaters' get to extend their cross-country stint to Aschau or Söll, or raise their heart-rate on so many skating cross-country slopes. Of course, on all the routes there are plenty of inns and guesthouses dotted perfectly along the route.