You can expect especially beautiful holidays and a fabulous time for you and your family in Tyrol. The location of our small, fine family hotel at the Wilder Kaiser offers a wide variety of possible day trips. Whether you are interested in hiking, climbing, cycling, swimming, or want to embark on a discovery tour, you’re certainly not going to get bored, that’s for sure.
Discover the 7 worlds of discovery: the “Hexenwasser Söll Hohe Salve”, “Ellmi’s Zauberwelt”, “KaiserWelt Scheffau”, the Filzalmsee, the “Hohe Salve Hopfgarten Söll”, the Alpinolino and the Astberg Pony Alm. From May through to October you can easily access the children’s worlds of discovery by taking the lifts, which also offer transport for children’s buggies and wheelchairs.
“Kaiserwelt” – a world of play, at 1,650 m above sea level - Scheffau
The “KaiserWelt” is on the Brandstadl, nestled in the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser Brixental ski area. By taking a series of winding paths, you come to the KaiserWald with its tree houses, climbing forest, castle wall, and other great play stations. Small children as well as older ones can look forward to a wide variety of sport and play possibilities.
The 8 seater gondola lift whisks you comfortably up from Scheffau to the BrandstadlKaiserWelt. Winding paths with treehouses, a climbing forest, castle wall, and other great play attractions await to be discovered by you and your family. Come and explore the secrets of the forest together. The wide variety of things to do around the Brandstadl are all accessible on family-friendly footpaths.
TIP for parents: For a little romantic break, head off on a walk to the idyllic Jochstub’nsee lake along the Jochstub’nweg, a great place for dreams.
Opening times: Mid-May through to mid-October daily from 09.00 – 17.00
“Ellmi’s Zauberwelt” magical world - Ellmau
Come and be enchanted in Ellmi’s Zauberwelt Float up the mystical Hartkaiser mountain comfortably with the gondola lift, and let the magic begin. Exciting adventures await; come and explore and be amazed. It’s not just the stations that are magical, but also the wonderful views of the breathtaking mountains of the Wilder Kaiser region and the Kitzbühel Alps.
Adventure – Myths – Magic: Mid-May through to mid-October daily from 09.00 – 17.30
Filzalmsee – A mountain adventure for the whole family - Hochbrixen
The idyllic Filzalmsee lake can be found next to the Hochbrixen gondola lift, at 1300 m above sea level in a spectacular area of Alpine meadows. Take some time to enjoy and take in the amazing surroundings. The high moor is remarkable with its rare flora and fauna. There are lots of attractions awaiting you on the themed hiking paths: “Riesenspaß” (lots of fun), “Riesenweg” (giant path), “Riesenwald” (giant forest) and the “Riesen-Seen-Wanderung” (giant lakes walk). Take a break in one of the traditional huts in amongst the magical Hochbrixen mountain landscape.
Alpinolino - Westendorf
Excited about the prospect of some adventure? Pay a visit to Alpinolino, the discovery park on the Talkaser mountain at 1,770 m above sea level. Pretend to be a marmotte and hide, see if you can jump further than a weasel or a hare, or show how brave you are by climbing up to the peak of the Adlerhorst. There’s also the new flying school where you can experience the same sensation as Bert the eagle. The many informative stations tell you in a most impressive way about the Tyrolean mountain environment with its flora and fauna. The tour is led by the Alpinolino mountain guide, Schlauberger. Something to really look forward to!
Fun – Games – Adventure: from mid-May to mid-October daily from 08.30 – 17.00
Hohe Salve mountain -1,829 m high
The most beautiful scenic mountain in the Tyrolean Unterland. Anyone can make it to the top thanks to the lift. There are 2 modern gondola lifts (buggy and wheelchair friendly) to whisk you comfortably up in about 20 min. At the top is the Salvenkirche church, the Gipfelalm with a rotating panoramic terrace and a rotating restaurant in the inside area. There are a lot of other huts too, making your day unforgettable, with Tyrolean delicacies. Wonderful views of over 70 mountains above 3000 m accompany you on your walk along the easy “Panoramaweg” path around the summit. The well-maintained hiking paths make exercising in the beautiful environment a very attractive proposition. At the Hohe Salve there are panoramic sun loungers giving you a comfortable place to relax a while.
"There is certainly no question of boredom creeping in here in Tyrol."
KaiserBadEllmau (Leisure pool)
A family bathing day becomes a real sensation at the “Ellmauer Kaiserbad” leisure pool complex, with “Ellmi’s friends” in the leisure pool, or in the sauna. The Kaiserbad complex at the foot of the Wilder Kaiser has a spacious layout and has everything families could hope for. You and your children can swim directly from the leisure pool into the heated outdoor pool. The children’s area “Ellmi’s Freunde” has various fun and games areas with water cannons, a witch’s house, and a jungle bridge giving plenty of space for children to let off steam and have fun. The turbo slide and children’s slide offer even more fun and variety. At the Kaiserbad, the really little ones also have plenty to do with a climbing frame, climbing tubes, and a net tunnel up to an action podium complete with tipping barrel.
- Daily from 10.00 – 21.00
- Sauna: 12.00 – 22.00
Adult with guest card
|Child 6 – 15 with guest car|
|Taster session 1 hour||€ 6,-||€ 3,50|
|2 Stundenkarte||€ 10,-||€ 5,10|
|3 Stundenkarte||€ 13,50||€ 6,70|
|4 Stundenkarte||€ 16,20||€ 7,70|
|Morning ticket 3 hour|
Entry until 12.00
|€ 12,-||€ 5,70|
|Family tickrt 3 hour|
2 adults + 1 child
|€ 30,90||each additional child € 5,30|
|Family ticket 4 hours|
2 adults + 1 child
each additional child € 7,-
Review Winter prices wellness area
|Incl. use of the indoor pool||Adult with guest card||Child 6 – 15 with guest card|
|2 hour ticket||€ 16,-||€ 11,60|
|3 hour ticket||€ 18,-||€ 13,30|
|4 hour ticket||€ 20,-||€ 14,80|
|Evening ticket from 19.00||€ 16,-||€ 11,60|
Children’s paradise HAPPYHOPP
The indoor play park HAPPYHOPP is a paradise for children, with its Schnappi bouncy castle, trampoline, go-karts, rodeo, mock volcano to climb on, three-dimensional huge climbing frame with large ball pool, cool slides, special area for small children and lots more. One of the most popular places to visit in Tyrol for families.
Going by the motto “jump, climb, run, let off steam”, children up to the age of 12 love it here.
Please note that children are only admitted when accompanied by a parent or supervising adult. Dogs are not allowed.
- Socks must be worn in the indoor playpark.
- Tuesday to Friday: 13.30 – 18.30 (19.05.2021-09.07.2021)
- Tuesday to Friday: 10.30 – 18.30
- Saturday, Sunday, bank holidays and in the Tyrolean school holidays: daily 10.30 – 18.30
|Children 2 - 14||€ 11,90|
|Children 0 – 2||Free|
Haus steht Kopf (Upside down house)
Ever wanted to see a house from the perspective of a bat? There is a totally furnished house completely upside down in Vomperbach; you can even see the car in the garage from underneath. Everyday objects take on an interesting new light.
- It plays tricks on your senses.
- November to April: 10.00 – 16.00 Uhr
- May, June: 10.00 - 18.00 Uhr
- July, August: 09.00 – 19.00 Uhr
- September, October: 10.00 – 17.00 Uhr
|Child 5-16, student, pensioner||€ 11,-|
Family ticket (2 adults + 1 child)Additional child