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Winter opening on 22nd December 2017

Winter opening on 22nd December 2017



Thank you so much! Vielen Dank! Danke! Merci! Grazie! Gracias! Tak!
for the amazing moments together in summer 2017!

We will start into winter 2017_18 on 22nd December 2017! In the meantime you can give us a call every Monday, Tuesday and Friday from 10.00 am till 12.00 pm. Or you can send us an email anytime. More

Super Skiing Weeks

Super Skiing Weeks

ideal for couples, single travellers and families with teenagers
from EUR 470,00 per person

⋅ 4 nights
⋅ Hochfilzer Inclusives
⋅ 3-day ski pass for the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser
⋅ free ski rental from 10th to 23 March 2018 !!! More

SkiWelt Family Special

SkiWelt Family Special

ideal for families with small children
from EUR 436.00 per person

⋅ 4 nights
⋅ Hochfilzer Inclusives
⋅ children up to 15 years free
⋅ free ski passes for children
⋅ free ski rental from 18th March 2017!!!

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Breath Fresh Mountain Air

Breath Fresh Mountain Air

⋅ 7 or 4 nights from EUR 354,50 per person
⋅ Hochfilzer Inclusives
⋅ 3 or 6 day lift and hiking pass
⋅ 1 child up to 11 years free More

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A special dress for special occasions

On major religious holidays, tradition-conscious women at the Wilder Kaiser wear the " Kasettl" - the festive dress of the Unterinntal.

It is not only the dress itself that is over two centuries old. When Wilder Kaiser women don the Kasettl, the festive costume of the Unterinntal (Lower Inn Valley), there are many parts of it that are just as old. The precious clothing with its matching hats and jewellery are passed down from generation to generation and cherished. "Tradition means passing on the flame, not worshipping the ashes", says Elisabeth Bliem. The local farmer's wife from Söll is all the happier now that more than seventy women from the village are wearing the Kasettl again. This traditional dress reserved for special occasions is popular again. An individual culture and centuries-old customs won't be forgotten.

Only on special days
The Kasettl is worn mainly on religious holidays such as the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary on 15th August, for processions, sometimes for the harvest festival, funerals or weddings. Elisabeth Bliem, for example, got married in the traditional dress and has remained an enthusiastic Kasettl wearer since. Even if the costume, whose name " Kasettl" originates from the word corset, is cut very closely and has its perils. "You cannot move your head. You have to look straight ahead like the men who used to wear top hats. This upright posture suits us anyway though: we wear the Kasettl with pride after all."

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