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Mobile at the Wilden Kaiser

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The hiking bus service in the Wilder Kaiser region

Particularly convenient

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The KaiserJet

The KaiserJet hiking and swimming bus takes you daily to all mountain railways, swimming pools and excursion destinations on the Wilder Kaiser in summer (around mid-May to mid-October).
There are a total of 4 buses in use during the high season.
Holders of a Wilder Kaiser Guest Card, Citizen Card or a lift pass travel for free.

Public bus and Postbus included in the Wilder Kaiser Guest Car

NEW destinations from May 2019

  • Hiking bus Wochenbrunner Alm
  • Hiking bus Huttling / Moor & more
  • Mountaineer taxi
  • Village evening bus

Information about the new hiking taxis

Hiking bus Wochenbrunner Alm
From mid-May to mid-October, a free hiking bus runs every half hour from the Ellmau golf course stop to the starting point of the Wochenbrunner Alm and back. It is possible to change from / to KaiserJet and the regular buses

Hiking bus Huttling / Moor & more
From mid-May to mid-October, a free hiking bus runs from the Ellmau golf course stop four times a day via Going Dorf, Going fire station parking lot and Goinger bathing lake to Hüttling, the starting point for day hikes (e.g. Schleier waterfall, moor & more) and multi-day hikes (imperial crown, 3 days - hut hike). It is possible to change from / to KaiserJet and the regular buses.

Mountaineer taxi
Collective taxi for mountain enthusiasts from mid-May to late October
From May 18 to October 20, 2019, the paid mountaineering taxi brings early risers to the Wilder Kaiser at the best time of the day.

The mountaineers and hikers are picked up directly from the accommodation in Ellmau, Going, Scheffau or Söll at a fixed time. With the Wilder Kaiser Card, the mountaineering taxi costs € 7.50 per person for destinations on the south side of Kaiser (Wochenbrunner Alm, Hintersteiner See, Hüttling) and € 15.00 per person for destinations on the north side (Kaiserlift Kufstein, Griesner Alm in Kaiserbachtal) . Without the Wilder Kaiser Card, it costs twice. Children up to 15 years free. We recommend the hiking buses for the return trip.

Registration is a prerequisite and online and in the information offices until 5 p.m. the day before.

Village evening bus
In addition, the KaiserJet Nightliner runs from Tuesday to Friday from May 21 to September 20, 2019 at 3 evening times from Söll to Going and back again and thus drives to all important stops in the evening. So you can easily come to events such as the famous village evenings in Scheffau, the Z'sammkemma in Söll, the Ellmauer summer night or the handicraft market in Going and the GOING live.

Hintersteiner See hiking bus
The Hintersteiner See hiking bus, also free with the Wilder Kaiser Guest Card, runs daily from late June to mid-October 2019 between Scheffau Dorf and Hintersteiner See.

public bus
The use of all public buses in the region to the end stations Kufstein, Wörgl, St. Johann or Kitzbühel is included in the Wilder Kaiser Guest Card all year round. The guest card must be presented to the driver on request when entering.

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