TOP OFFERS in the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental:
KIDS AGED 15 AND UNDER RIDE FREE
This offer is valid from the beginning of the season 08 December 2022 until 16 December 2022 and from 18 March 2023 until 10 April 2023.
Only pre-condition: A parent purchase a SkiWelt ski pass which is valid for at least three days - so kids 15 and under (born 2007-2016) ride for free during the same period.
LADIES DAY - EVERY WEDNESDAY
Beginning 11 January 2023, all ladies may ride for an adolescent tariff on Wednesdays for a day or partial day!
MENS' DAY - EVERY TUESDAY
Beginning 10 January 2023, all men may ride for an adolescent tariff on Wednesdays for a day or partial day!
Visitando Brixen im Thale
Interesante información sobre el complejo para ayudarte a planificar tu viaje a Brixen im Thale
- Inicio de Temporada8 Dec 2022
- Fin de Temporada10 Apr 2023
- Restaurantes | Bares77 | 42
- Aeropuerto Más Cercano Salzburg, Innsbruck and Munich
- Estación de Tren Más Cercana Kufstein, Wörgl, St. Johann
- Página web de la Oficina de Turismo
- Tel. Oficina de Turismo+43 5333 400
Características de Brixen im Thale
La zona de Brixen im Thale incluye::
- Medio caño0
- Terrenos de Parques4
- Esquí de travesía196.5 km
- Alquiler de esquí—
¿Cómo es el complejo Brixen im Thale?
SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser – Brixental is one of the largest and most modern ski resorts in the world. One award after another is proof that here 270 km of ski runs, 80 modern lifts and more than 70 refreshment stops make for winter fun which is simply “world class”. With 13 km of night skiing slopes and 11 km of floodlit toboggan runs day becomes night to let night-time thrill seekers sweep down perfect slopes and toboggan runs across the sea of lights in the valley. Whether with family, as a couple, with friends, alone or in a group at SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental you’ll always get your moneys worth and find an offer to suit everyone.
It’s white as far as the eye can see when it comes to snow conditions here too: SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental is particularly blessed with natural snow. In addition, 229 km of the 270 km of slopes can be completely covered with manmade snow; 120 km can be covered with snow in just 3 days! This is guaranteed by more than 1,700 snow machines in the ski area. From treeless summit slopes for carvers, to richly varied slopes for experts and family slopes bathed in sunshine, to the fantastic valley descents which go on and on, all the slopes are in perfect condition. Spectacular views and mountains of snow are guaranteed. Notwithstanding all the superlatives, which SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser – Brixental has already earned, it is the cosy atmosphere, warm hospitality and Tyrolean charm which set the tone. More than 70 of Austria’s loveliest ski huts and mountain restaurants, sun terraces and snow bars invite you to call in for a rest and a bite to eat. From a statistical point of view you have an opportunity to do so every 3.3 km!
Explore el mapa de Brixen im Thale
Mapa interactivo de los senderos y las pistas de Brixen im Thale. Examine la pista y los senderos, así como el terreno circundante y los contornos de las montañas, para ver qué actividades de campo a través puede hacer.
Tiempo actual en Brixen im Thale
|Estación||Profundidad de Nieve||Temp. (°C)||Viento (km/h)||Tiempo|
|Remonte de arriba:||0.6 m|
|Remonte de la mitad:|
|Remonte de abajo:||0.15 m|
¿Cuál es el mes con más nieve para visitar Brixen im Thale?
¿Qué aspecto tiene la nieve ahora en Brixen im Thale??
Resumen del estado actual de la nieve en Brixen im Thale. Consulta más información en Brixen im Thale Página del parte de nieve detallado.
- Estado de las pistasFair
- Estado fuera de las pistasVaried
|Profundidad de Nieve Arriba:||55 cm|
|Profundidad de Nieve abajo:||15 cm|
Comentarios de Visitantes para Brixen im Thale
Howard Beanland de United Kingdom escribe:
Brixen is a rather spread out resort along what is now a fairly quiet town road after the building of a bypass on the town’s south side. We stayed in the excellent value Gasthof Hoferwirt which is only about 200 metres from the two main lifts. Those staying in the centre of the resort by the church will have either a 10 minute walk to the lifts or will need to use the frequent ski buses. There are ski and boot storage facilities at the Skiweltbahn and at Hochbrixen as the top of the Hochbrixen gondola.
Access to Westendorf is by a series of fast bubbles from the valley. Unfortunately, the infrastructure higher up the mountain largely consists of older slower chair lifts. The weak link is the three person Fleiding lift which moves at a snail’s pace and is the only way to gain access to some excellent runs at the back of the resort. The red run 120 down towards Usterberg is highly recommended.
Descents back to Brixen pose a problem for beginners and progressing intermediates. The descent from the bottom of the Jochbarn is south facing and gets badly cut up by the afternoon. It’s quite narrow too and gets crowded, so you have a mixture of beginners out of their depth, fast skiers and competent intermediates like us trying to avoid the carnage. We only skied this run once and took the lift down (with many other people) thereafter. Inevitably later in the week we watched a helicopter rescue from this piste later on in the week.
The descent from Westendorf has the reverse sort of problem. It’s not busy, but that’s probably because the lower section becomes an ice sheet later on in the day. As it’s north facing and rarely gets the sun, most of the snow gets scraped off and the piste becomes polished to ice. We only skied this run once as well. Of course, these comments depend to the weather, temperature and time of day. Others may find them in better condition.
Access to the rest of the ski circus is good, with lots of fast lifts and bubbles. Queueing is rare except at the weekend. Beginners may struggle with the runs to the important Almbahn connecting lift, as blue route 99 is anything but blue as it approaches the lift. We skied down to all of the resorts on the north side of the Skiwelt, some runs being more pleasant than others. The run at the Mittelstation at Hopfgarten declares itself as the best run in the Skiwelt and it would be hard to argue with that. If you head right over to the Astberg near Going, be aware that access from Ellmau is by the really slow two person Hausberg lift and then requires quite a bit of pole use to get over to Going. Runs are the top of this area are good and pretty quiet. The descent down piste 90 was in poor condition and you have to cross a couple of roads as well. Those with hire skis may scrape their way across, but we decided that removal was the best course of action.
In conclusion, the Skiwelt generally has excellent infrastructure but one or two old chairs could do with being replaced. Mountain restaurants are large, well placed, have good facilities and generally reasonably priced compared to France. The main problem is, of course, the height of the resorts and mountains. When it’s cold and there’s been recent snow the area is superb for intermediates who want to cruise lots of piste miles. However, when it gets warm it’s quite different. On the first night we were there it rained in the evening so that there was a nice coating of ice on the corduroy early in the morning. Personally, I would only book to go to the Skiwelt at short notice when you know the conditions might be reasonable.
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Complejos próximos a Brixen im Thale
Descubre complejos de esquí próximos a Brixen im Thale. Haz clic abajo para ver guías de complejos de esquí en la zona.
- WestendorfÚltima nieve: 6.0 cm Mon 20 MarRemontes: 83Pistas: —3 km de distancia
- KirchbergÚltima nieve: 5.0 cm Mon 20 MarRemontes: 17Pistas: 145 km de distancia
- HopfgartenÚltima nieve: 7.0 cm Mon 20 MarRemontes: 83Pistas: —6 km de distancia
- KelchsauÚltima nieve: 5.0 cm Mon 20 MarRemontes: 81Pistas: 1226 km de distancia
- SöllÚltima nieve: 5.0 cm Mon 20 MarRemontes: 81Pistas: —7 km de distancia