Be sure to take advantage of the ski bus at Kaiserwinkl free of charge using your Kaiserwinkl Card. The ski bus connects Kaiserwinkl’s main sites, Walchsee – Rettenschöss – Schwendt and Kössen – with the skiing areas of Hochkössen and Zahmer Kaiser, allowing you to comfortably enjoy the benefits of both skiing areas, free of charge.
Your skiing and winter holiday at the 4-star hotel in Kössen
Skiing and snowboarding at the Panorama skiing and wellness hotel at Walchsee
Come visit the Kaiserwinkl region’s two skiing areas, Hochkössen and Zahmer Kaiser in Walchsee/Durchholzen. Both ski areas await you with 37 km of well-maintained and prepared tracks, available in all difficulty levels.
The Hochkössen Skiing Area
Skiing Fun for Beginners and Experts
Situated between 650 and 1750 meters high, the Hochkössen skiing area on Unterberg awaits you with 22 kilometres of wide-ranging piste. A modern cable car will take you to this exquisite skiing paradise with magnificent ski slopes and a practice area for beginners in the valley. A black piste is also available for sporty skiers and snowboarders. Even freeriders can get their money’s worth at the Hochkössen skiing area.
Kössen is conveniently located when coming from Germany and can be reached from the A93 Autobahn exit in Oberaudorf in 10 minutes toll-free.
Here is some useful information about the Hochkössen ski area
The Zahmer Kaiser Skiing Area
Tyrol’s Most Affordable Family Skiing Area
If you are travelling with your family to the Kössen Kaiserwinkl region for a winter and skiing holiday, then you’ve come to the right place. The Zahmer Kaiser skiing area offers lots of fun for families with children.
The northern slope of the Kaisermassiv Mountain contains over 15 kilometres of family-friendly pistes as well as 10 modern lift systems. Our wide pistes will also appeal to those who are picking up skiing again. In addition, the two toboggan tracks will perfectly complement your snowy family ski day.
A well-deserved visit to one of our cosy cottages featuring delicacies from the region and our extensive piste offerings, with night-time skiing options, will make for extraordinary days of skiing.
Here is some useful information about the Zahmer Kaiser (Walchsee) skiing area.
Waidring Steinplatte Skiing Area
Skiing Fun Beyond Tyrol’s Borders
You can also experience “unbounded fun” here in every sense of the word. The multi-faceted Waidring Steinplatte Skiing Area can be reached within a short period of time from the Seehof family and sports hotel through Waidring in Tyrol. Featuring roughly 50 km of well-prepared pistes in all difficulty levels, a new fun park to delight all snowboarders and freestylers along with 13 modern lift systems are just some of the things that you’ll find in this highly-sunny and versatile skiing area for the entire family.