To the mountains in a wheelchair: 12 lifts and cable cars offer a barrier-free mountain experience - The SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser
Mountain experience for people with disabilities - but without obstacles. They offer that
Bergbahnen Wilder Kaiser - Brixental with their diverse summer offers. Six adventure worlds and 12 mountain railways offer all the prerequisites and best conditions for people with disabilities.
Six mountain adventure worlds up to an altitude of 1,829 meters are easily accessible with the mountain railways Wilder Kaiser-Brixental and also allow wheelchair users, people with walking difficulties and families with pushchairs to have impressive experiences in the Tyrolean mountains. The mountains become an experience for everyone: families, seniors, but also people with disabilities can easily enjoy nature from above.
Wide entrances to the gondola lifts (usually 80 cm and more - narrower wheelchairs are available if necessary), wide ramps, staff to assist you with boarding, wheelchair-accessible paths and disabled facilities on the mountain. The Wilder Kaiser-Brixental mountain railways with their worlds of experience are easy to use with a wheelchair, so they can be experienced and experienced by people with disabilities. The exact information on the entrance widths of the gondola lifts can be found at www.skiwelt.at.
Wochenbrunneralm in Ellmau
The Alm is located directly on the Wilder Kaiser at 1,080 m and can be easily reached by car or bus.
The area includes charming holiday huts, a game enclosure, a Kneipp facility, the Almladl and a chapel.
A place for connoisseurs: Wochenbrunn is a popular place for celebrations and events. Here you will find a fantastic panorama and real Tyrolean hospitality.
Best suited for wheelchair users: The Alm has wheelchair-accessible parking spaces and toilet facilities, enough space and a flat floor for a pleasant stay.
Ahornsee in Söll
"Söll refreshes" culinary, physical and physical. This naturally includes in summer
Refreshing bath for the whole family or with friends. Summer, sun and lots of water fun - that is ensured by the up to eleven meter deep Ahornsee in Söll. On hot days, the centrally located lake offers a pleasant cool down on the way to the mountain railway. A little adrenaline is included in the diving tower with the “blob” for the brave.
Mobility-impaired guests may need some assistance on the way to or from the kiosk. You will find your suitable berth for relaxing hours around the lake.
AT A GLANCE
• Over 10,000 m² of water surface
• Barrier-free circular route with four bridges
• Changing room with shower
• Barrier-free toilet
• Parking lots available
• Beach chairs and umbrellas
From now on it is also possible for wheelchair users to enjoy the refreshing water of the pike lake without any problems. Appropriate entry aid is now installed on the dock. The wheelchair is brought to the optimum height using a technically sophisticated mechanism so that it can slide easily into the water. Thus, each of our bathers has a relaxed bathing day with the optimal relaxation with ideal water quality. Here in the Seearena we are particularly happy about this new facility, because we want all our guests to feel at home!
The physical well-being is taken care of as usual in the Seearena restaurant. Here, too, everything is designed to be barrier-free and suitable for the disabled. Enjoy culinary delights, excellent service and the unique ambience in our lake arena!
The rarity zoo Ebbs (near Kufstein) is Tyrol's only park with so many exotic animals.
The individual, privately run animal park shows over 500 animals in around 70 different animal species from all over the world.
The park in its natural environment at the foot of the Zahmer Kaiser has been a popular destination for nature and animal lovers for many years. Through numerous details and decorations of the garden, every guest can also feel the familiar atmosphere in this sight of Tyrol. Kruckweg 20 A-6341 Ebbs / Tirol www.raritaetenzoo.at
Visit to the Festival in Erl from July 9 to August 2, 2015
The Tyrolean Festival Erl, founded by Gustav Kuhn in 1997, has been held every year on 25 days in July at the Passionsspielhaus Erl since 1998. In December 2012, a new, winter-proof festival theater was opened next to the traditional festival venue. From now on there will be a two-week winter season at the turn of the year, but the house will also be used as an alternative venue to the passion play house in summer.
Mühlgraben 56a A-6343 Erl T +43 (0) 53 73/81 000 www.tiroler-festspiele.at
Aggstein schnapps distillery
For five generations, Aggstein Edelbrande has stood for witty culinary delights - without ifs and buts. Our Tyrolean brandies, schnapps and liqueurs are intensely tasty and enjoyably mild at the same time. An incomparable taste experience that rightly turns Aggstein into a wild mild one. A uniqueness that has characterized us since 1885 - enriched with tradition and innovation as well as our own secret recipes.
Visit the new Schnapsalm
Marc Aggstein Mauthfeld 2 A-6380 St. Johann in Tirol Tel .: +43 (0) 5352 65500 http://www.aggstein.co.at
Wilder Käser - Show dairy in Gasteig
(very close to St. Johann) - barrier-free, but unfortunately the toilet is not;
How long has cheese been around? Why are Tyrolean cows happy? Did the two stinkers really deserve their name? You can learn all this and much more in the modern 400 m2 showroom of the Tyrolean show dairy: All cheese in words and pictures! Here you can watch the hand-refined delicacies while ripening, ask the Wilder Käser many questions and take a look (through glass) into the sacred handicraft halls, where the Wild Käser round every day
1,200 liters of hay milk transformed into 700 delicious cheese loaves. For hygiene reasons, only the master himself is allowed into the production rooms.
The heart of the Tyrolean show dairy is the originally preserved 500-year-old farmhouse, which was relocated from the family farm in Ellmau to its present location in Gasteig in a complex operation: disassembled into 1,500 individual parts that had to be put together again like a puzzle. The snacks taste twice as good in the rustic, cozy atmosphere of this historic farmhouse! In addition to the tasting parlor, you will also find a farmer's shop with the best products from the mountains: hearty smoked sausages & bacon, the finest jams, Tyrolean brandies and distillates, herbal teas, spreads, honey, syrups, chocolates ... and of course cheese again and again!
Schwendter Strasse 76 | Gasteig district | 6382 Kirchdorf | +43 (0) 5352 63 666 | email@example.com
Hike St. Johann
The hike requires some stamina due to short climbs if you want to complete it without help. It is very rewarding for the landscape!
The starting point is the Oberbürghof. From there it goes steeply down to the street for about 200 m. There on the narrow, very little-used road, it goes up slightly to the left towards Römerhof. After 900 m there is an incline of around 200 m in length. Then it continues, slightly ascending to the Römerhof or even further towards Going on the Jakobsweg. The way back is identical to the way there. The most difficult point is the slope just before the Oberbürghof.
Nature's tip: beautiful view of the mountains of the Kaiser Mountains and wonderful gentle meadows with the typical farms of the Tyrolean lowlands.
Refreshment tip: Römerhof, Römerweg 74