Winter hiking in the Wilder Kaiser region

If one day you don’t fancy skiing, then no problem. The Wilder Kaiser region is nestled between the hilly foothills of the Kitzbühel Alps and the gentle slopes of the Wilder Kaiser. Thanks to its sunny valleys, this region attracts nature-loving winter walkers and romantics with its network of more than 170 km of hiking. Winter hiking in the Wilder Kaiser region puts you in the tracks of where the “Mountain Doctor” film was made.


Walk along glistening snowfields and romantic winter hiking paths through one of the most beautiful natural landscapes in the Kaiser mountain area. The Wilder Kaiser region offers some guided hiking tours, and one of the most popular is the “Bergdoktor Winterwanderung”, taking in the places where it was filmed.

If there’s going to be natural snow anywhere, then it will be here in Tyrol, much to the joy of ski tourers and winter hikers.

SkiWelt Winter hiking pass

Enjoy the panoramic winter hiking paths and the marvellous winter mountain scenery.


You can purchase either a 3 to 6 day pass, including 2 trips up and down a day (1 in the morning, and 1 in the afternoon). Valid for the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser Brixental access lifts, only for pedestrians without ski equipment.


TicketsWinter 2023| 2024 
3 days€ 86,50€ 65,00€ 43,50 
4 days€ 104,00€ 78,00€ 52,00 
5 days€ 121,50€ 91,00€ 61,00 
6 days€ 138,00€ 103,50€ 69,00 

**Anyone born between 2007 and 2016 qualifies for the child price. Children born 2017 or later get their pass for free.
*Those born in 2004-2006 qualify for the youth tariff. 



Sunnseit Energiewegrunde in Söll

The Franzlhof leisure complex is where this small but fine tour starts. You first head off to the Moorsee lake, then continue to the Gasthof Oberstegen. The route then takes you through an underpass and along the Weißache river. At the Mühlboden bridge, you turn right, up a short, gentle climb to the dog exercise area, then back to the village via the Gänsleit area.

  • Start – Franzlhof Söll
  • Difficulty – Moderate
  • Links – 2 hours
  • 150 m height difference
  • 7,1 km
  • Family circular walk