The Wilder Kaiser region with its holiday resorts of Ellmau, Going, Scheffau and Söll is located in eastern Tirol at the foot of the imposing Kaiser Mountains. The four Kaiser resorts offer unparalleled mountain experiences for families, sports enthusiasts, connoisseurs and active recreationists.
In summer, the region has the highest density of mountain adventure worlds in all of Austria and thus offers ideal conditions for an exciting family mountain holiday. Wilder Kaiser Tourism Association was the first Alpine region to be awarded the European Hiking Quality Seal. Mountaineering and climbing also enjoy long tradition in the Kaiser Mountains. Alpine sports enthusiasts will find numerous opportunities on the imposing rocky formations.
In winter, the villages of Ellmau, Going, Scheffau and Söll are part of one of Austria's largest ski areas, SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental, with 288 kilometres of slopes, 90 lifts and 81 mountain huts.
As the setting for a popular German TV series "Der Bergdoktor", the region is home to many well-known filming locations, such as the Bergdoktor’s surgery, Gruber family farm and Gasthof Wilder Kaiser.
Wilder Kaiser Tourism Association is dedicated to the issue of quality of life through sustainable tourism and has identified six fields of action in its strategy, which form the foundations for future and existing projects.