A paradise for families, beginners and returners
A snow-covered winter wonderland, a family-friendly ski area and the world's longest illuminated toboggan run awaits you at the Wildkogel-Arena in Neukirchen Bramberg.
The Wildkogel-Arena offers 75 kilometres of perfectly groomed, snow-assured slopes for beginners and advanced skiers. The Wildkogel cable car in Neukirchen and the Smaragdbahn cable car in Bramberg take you up to 2,100 m above sea level, where you can enjoy spectacular views of the many 3,000 m peaks of the Hohe Tauern.
Whether you prefer to ski at a leisurely pace or at speed, leave your tracks in the deep snow on a snowboard or explore the unspoilt landscape on a ski tour. Situated in the heart of the Kitzbühel Alps, the Wildkogel-Arena offers ideal conditions for a wide range of winter sports.
The multi-award winning ski area on the Wildkogel is ideal for families, beginners and returning skiers with its varying degrees of difficulty and predominantly blue and red slopes. The fun slope and family park are a hit with beginners and experts alike, and the Wildkogel Cup makes winter sports twice as much fun.
14 kilometres in the frenzy of the skids
14 kilometres, 1,300 metres in altitude and 23 bends from the Wildkogel down to Bramberg: the world's longest floodlit toboggan run is a challenge for anyone who wants to set their own personal record - but also for connoisseurs who like to stop for a bite to eat along the way.
Sledge, helmet, skiing googles, gloves, ski trousers, sturdy winter boots, gaiters - and off you go. The world's longest floodlit toboggan run has been awarded a double gold international quality seal. And anyone who plunges into the curves here deserves a gold medal too, because you should allow 30 to 50 minutes for a toboggan run without a break.
There is hardly any other winter sport that is as uncomplicated and fun as tobogganing. The Wildkogel cable cars are open not only during the day but also at night. The lights on the perfectly groomed toboggan run do not go out until 10 pm.
The Smaragdbahn cable car, which operates until 6.30 pm on Fridays, takes toboggan enthusiasts to the start of the 2,100 metre high slope in just a few minutes. Or take the Wildkogel cable car and make a short hike to the start of the toboggan run.