The longest ski route in the world starting in Söll

The SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser – Brixental has a lot to offer with its 270 kilometers of slopes for beginners, families and advanced skiers. The new highlight, however, is the connection to the longest ski route in the world.

The KitzSkiWelt route has been connecting the Wilder Kaiser Brixental and KitzSki ski areas since the 2021/22 ski season. From Going to Hollersbach/Mittersill and back, skiers can put their skills and above all their endurance to the test – this route is 85 kilometers long.

The KitzSkiWelt can not only be reached from Going – a total of 14 places make it possible to start this route. In addition to Going, you can also start the 85-kilometer route from our home town of Söll, from Brixen, Ellmau, Hopfgarten, Itter, Scheffau, Westendorf, Aschau, Kirchberg, Kitzbühel, Jochberg, Pass Thurn or from Hollersbach/Mittersill.

Along the Wilder Kaiser, the Hohe Salve, the Kitzbüheler and Tuxer Alps as well as the Hohe Tauern, skiing and mountain fans will undoubtedly get their money’s worth. From the Hohe Salve there is a view of over 70 mountains over 3,000 meters high, but the legendary Streif can also be contested.

Our team is always at your disposal for more information on the longest ski circuit in the world and the prices of current ski tickets. We are already looking forward to starting the 2022/23 ski season together with you.

Your “Hotel Tyrol” team

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