About Niederndorf - presentation, information, photos and recommendations
Niederndorf - holiday at the Emperor's mountains!
The quiet and romantic Tyrolean village is situated at an altitude of approx. 500 m covered in an incredible mountain world at the foot of the Kaiser Mountains. It is located approx. 10 km north-east of Kufstein at the border of Bavaria and is towered over by the Niederndorferberg and the Hechenberg, which has been crowned "Maria Heimsuchung" (Mary visitation) due to the famous pilgrimage church. Spacious hiking routes invite you to relaxed winter hiking in the fresh and clean mountain air. Enjoy the view of an impressive mountain landscape with breathtaking scenery. An access point to the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental, which offers an incredible 284 km of piste for the whole family, is located approx. 25 km away. A day trip to Munich is also possible, as it is only approx. 85 km away.Ski
With the lift pass "SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental", you have access to one of the largest and most modern ski areas in the world! SkiWelt has already been voted one of the best ski areas in the world several times! 90 modern lifts, 284 km of pistes and four snow parks guarantee endless snow fun. No matter if big or small, beginner or professional, here, everyone gets their money's worth.
With the gondola lift, you have the perfect connection to the slopes at the Hohe Salve via Hochsöll - and from there to the entire ski area! The 7.3-km-long valley descent to Söll awaits those in good condition at the Hohe Salve, and experts will also get their money's worth on the slopes at the Kälbersalven lift. In addition, the Tanzer downhill run is not only ideal for experts, but also very impressive from a scenic point of view and therefore one of the most beautiful valley runs in the Skiwelt. Freeriders are catered for at the Black-Pipe Freeride-Piste on the Hohe Salve and boarders can let off steam at the Crazy Kangaroo Snowpark in the Söll Ski World with kickers, rails and boxes to their heart's content (but there is also something for beginners here). In addition, the Hans im Glück ski parcours with exciting obstacles and lots of variety is particularly suitable for beginners. Westendorf and Ellmau also have snow parks with other exciting elements. The 81 refreshment stations that line the ski area also promise real "high enjoyment".
Regarding apres ski, you'll get your money's worth in Walchsee and Kössen. The "Londoner" and "Larinis Partyhouse" are popular destinations where many people meet in the evening! But also in the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental there are numerous rustic huts and snack stations as well as bars and cafés, such as various après-ski possibilities in the popular winter sports resort Söll.
A further highlight in Kaiserwinkl is the ballooning week in January, where you can admire the strangest balloon shapes and experience a race with real experts! For tobogganing fans there is a 1.2 km long natural toboggan run in Niederndorf. You also have the opportunity to go round and round on the ice rink. Snow shoe hikes or horse drawn sleigh rides, on the other hand, will pass through the wonderful nature.
You would rather relax in the evening? Then a visit to Ebbs will definitely be worth it. In the adventure and recreational park "Hallo Du" you will find a 1,500 m² big sauna landscape, as well as a covered ice rink and bowling alleys.
Cross-country skiing takes you uphill in the Kufstein holiday region! Niederndorf itself offers an approx. 2 km long local cross-country trail, which is prepared for classic cross-country skiers as well as skaters. Further cross-country ski runs can be found in Ebbs, which promise variety for everyone with approx. 29 km.
If that is not enough for you, you will find about 170 km of cross-country trails of all levels of difficulty in the adjacent Kaiserwinkl! Here there are almost limitless possibilities for cross-country skiers! In the sunny high valley there is something for every skier, from simple cross-country trails with a wonderful view of the massif of the Wilder Kaiser to race tracks. The highlight of the season is the annual "Koasalauf" (Tyrolean: Kaiserlauf) in February - around 2,000 cross-country skiers take part in the folk cross-country race every year.
|Highest point ski area||1.957 m|
|Lowest point ski area||620m|
|Number of lifts||90|
|Number of drag lifts||39|
|Number of chair lifts||35|
|Number of cable cars||16|
|Total pistes||284 km|
|Green/blue pistes||122 km|
|Red pistes||129 km|
|Black pistes||284 km|
Niederndorf | The quiet and romantic Tyrolean village is situated at an altitude of approx. 500 m covered in an incredible mountain world at the foot of the Kaiser Mountains. It is located approx. 10 km north-east of Kufstein at the border of Bavaria and is towered
over by the Niederndorferberg and the Hechenberg, which has been crowned "Maria Heimsuchung" (Mary visitation) due to the famous pilgrimage church
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