The two skiing areas Hochkössen and Tame Kaiser await skiers and snowboarders with optimally prepared pistes. There´s something for everyone – for athletic and elegant skiers, pros and families – you´ll always find the proper skiing challenge on the snowy slopes in Kaiserwinkl. This is skiing holiday in Tirol..

langlaufen_koessenCROSS-COUNTRY SKIING
The Kaiserwinkl-villages Kössen, Schwendt, Walchsee and Rettenschöss are connected by a network of cross-country ski trails covering a whopping 140 km. You can take “cross-country” literally here. The optimally prepared trails are suitable for beginners as well as for demanding athletes. Kaiserwinkl ranks top in the European popularity scale among cross-country skiers and skaters. We in Kaiserwinkl are proud of the Tirolean Cross-country Skiing Trail Seal of Quality, which the Tirolean state government awarded us. The region is a member of the Tirolean cross-country specialists – and keeps many different services on hand for you: From the guaranteed length of the trails to competent advice and convenient infrastructure. Compliance with a series of criteria ensures the quality of cross-country skiing in Tirol. This way, you can rest assured that you´ll be able to enjoy winter sports and recreation at the highest level. In addition, use of the cross-country and skating trails in Kaiserwinkl Reit im Winkl is FREE! Cross-country skiing in Tirol in Kaiserwinkl meets all the requirements for ideal cross-country skiing.

Away from the ploughed winter hiking trails and far off any hustle and bustle you can embark on a wonderful journey when snowshoe hiking through the snow-covered mountain scenery in Kaiserwinkl, Tirol. So strap on those snowshoes and embark on an unforgettable experience on your own or on a guided snowshoe tour.

SNOW-SHOE HIKING in Tirol: Rustic Alpine huts to stop off at
After a breathtaking tour on scrunching snow through the Kaiserwinkl landscape, there´s nothing nicer than stopping off for a Tirolean snack and a hot tea in the Cabins and Alpine huts scattered around the Zahmer Kaiser.