Bramberg am Wildkogel in the winter

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Bramberg am Wildkogel in the summer

Family-friendly atmosphere between three ski resorts

Bramberg am Wildkogel lies in the high valley of the Salzach at an altitude of 820 metres. The Wildkogel with its well-developed ski area starts right in the village itself, with lift access to the mountains departing right from the heart of town. Bramberg and the Wildkogel Arena are very popular with families, hosting plenty of runs suitable for younger skiers and Europe’s longest illuminated toboggan run. If the 75-kilometre run is not enough, right next door you’ll find another 300 kilometres on offer from the Zillertal Arena and the Kitzbühel are, while cross-country enthusiasts can enjoy 45 kilometres of skiing pleasure. At ChaletsPlus you can choose from a large number of holiday apartments in Bramberg am Wildkogel, providing you with the perfect place to call home during your stay.


Family friendly

The excellent facilities for kids make this ski area ideal for families with (small) children.

Versatility

You can not only ski but also enjoy cross-country skiing, tobogganing, winter hiking and much more!

Small scale

This area is a bit smaller scale making it ideal for families, seniors and beginners.

About Bramberg am Wildkogel in the Winter

About Bramberg am Wildkogel

  • Authentic and family-friendly ski village.
  • 820m altitude, ski area Wildkogel Arena (up to 2150m)
  • Cosy après-ski
  • Culture and Wellness
  • Nature reserve
  • Excursion possibilities with the Pinzgauer Lokalbahn

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Destination summary

Bramberg am Wildkogel is an established village with plenty of character. Situated at an altitude of approximately 820 metres on the Wildkogel, it’s also very well connected to the surrounding ski area. The Emerald Railway takes you to the Wildkogel Arena in a few minutes. Bramberg is a perfect holiday destination for families, having made a name for itself with many leisure activities for children, both on the slopes and in the village itself. In addition to the longest illuminated toboggan run in Europe, winter riding is also offered. Snow walks and ice skating are also very popular.
Those who like it quiet and quaint will love Bramberg. Here you can appreciate typical Pinzgau hospitality and proud regional cuisine. The après-ski facilities have been extended in recent years to include a number of cosy bars and restaurants. The nearby Kristallbad Wald offers wellness facilities and swimming. Other baths are located in Zell am See, Kitzbühel and Mittersill.

There is also plenty to do in terms of culture. A show mine and museum explore the mining tradition of the town, with crystals and minerals still a key part of the town today. You’ll find plenty to admire, with many majestic pieces available to buy if you’re after a spectacular souvenir of your travels. Visiting in winter? If the cold is getting too much, there’s always the Salzburger Wollstadel, a traditional alpine sheep breeder, to consider. Stock up on handmade clothing and accessories made from genuine sheep wool, or stock up on gifts for friend and family back home. If you’re keen to indulge with some real culture in a more bustling centre, then you’ll definitely want to schedule in some time for a trip to Neukirchen am Großvenediger!

The Wildkogel is part of the Kitzbüheler Alps, a very unspoilt mountain range that has been designated a nature reserve. The visitor centre is nearby, providing you with all the pointers you need to get started. You’re free to see what’s in store with many hiking trails already marked out, ensuring you can get up close and personal with the local wildlife. Opposite the Salzach, you’ll see the impressive peaks of the Hohe Tauern rise. Here, at the Tauern Window, the diversity of rocks is particularly pronounced.

 

Village infrastructure

Children's crèche (Neukirchen) | Free ski bus connection to the ski slopes | 3 sports shops | 2 ski schools | Bakers | 2 supermarkets | Bank | ATM | Museums | Regional products

 

About the ski resorts

Bramberg am Wildkogel lies between 3 skiing areas - the spacious skiing area of the Zillertal Arena, the skiing area of the Wildkogel Arena and the Kitzbüheler Alps. The Wildkogel Arena can be reached directly from the village by the Emerald Railway. Free ski buses run to the Zillertal Arena and the Kitzbühel area.

 

The Wildkogel Arena

The Wildkogel Arena is a varied family ski area with 16 modern ski lifts and a total of 75km of slopes. The slopes are divided into 46% blue slopes, 41% red slopes and 13% black slopes. Because the slopes are wide, children and beginners can also have a lot of fun. The Wildkogel Arena has great children's areas and many care facilities. Snowboarders can let off steam in a fun park with a halfpipe. Due to its special location in an area with mostly northern slopes, the Wildkogel Arena's snow reliability and snow quality are remarkably good.

 

The Kitzbüheler Alps Ski Resort

The ski area Kitzbüheler Alpen is a very modern ski area with more than 100km of slopes. One of the most famous slopes in this area is the 'Hahnenkamm', a very steep slope for advanced skiers. The Panoramabahn Kitzbüheler Alpen in Mittersill/ Hollersbach can be reached from Bramberg in 5 to 10 minutes by car.

 

The Zillertal Arena

The Zillertal Arena is very snow-sure, and thanks to its southern location (on the Gerlos Pass) you can enjoy wonderful hours of sunshine. Until the end of April, you can still ski in the sun! The area has 52 modern ski lifts and 143km long slopes, of which 8% are black, 62% red and 30% blue. The 320 hectares of snow-covered slopes are guaranteed to snow throughout the entire season. In addition to skiing, the 200km long network of cross-country trails offers excellent cross-country skiing opportunities. The Zillertal Arena (1470 - 2302m) can be reached via the Gerlos Pass in the direction of Krimml/Hochkrimml in about 20 - 25 minutes by car.

 

Ski pass

The Wildkogel Arena ski pass is used in the Wildkogel Arena. With this ski pass, you have access to all lifts in the Wildkogel Arena. With this pass, you can also use the free ski bus from various stops in Neukirchen and Bramberg to the valley station of the Wildkogel Arena. There is also a free bus connection to Königsleiten. If you want more: With the Zillertal Arena pass, you can access two ski areas at the same time - because the Wildkogel is included.

 

Ski school

In the ski area of the Wildkogel Arena, Chalets Plus works together with the ski school Bramberg. All offers and prices can be found on the website of the Ski School Bramberg.

 

Ski rental

Book your ski equipment via the Internet! ChaletsPlus works together with Sport 2000 Herzog in Bramberg for easy online booking of your ski equipment. This avoids unnecessary waiting times during your holiday and you benefit from an attractive discount! Check out ski/snowboard rental via Sport 2000 Herzog.

 

Tobogganing

The 14km long, illuminated toboggan run from Wildkogel to Bramberg is particularly popular with children and adults. Along the toboggan run, there are several cosy huts where you can stop for a bite to eat.

The Emerald Railway takes you to an altitude of approx. 2150m. From here it is great fun to take the 45-minute descent, which takes you 13km on a toboggan. A unique experience! The toboggan run is illuminated until 22:00. Three times a week in the evening you can go downhill (in Bramberg every Tuesday and Friday and in Neukirchen every Saturday). Further information can be found under Tobogganing in the Wildkogel Arena section.
 

Cross-country skiing

Bramberg and Neukirchen have more than 45km of perfectly prepared cross-country trails with a fantastic view of the Großvenediger. There is also a connection to the 200km long Pinzgau trail, which stretches from Krimml to Zell am See.
 

Pinzgau Local Railway

The Pinzgauer Lokalbahn forms the connection in the Salzach Valley between Zell am See and (Vorder)Krimml. On the way, you will reach many excursion destinations and of course other exciting ski areas.
 

Group-friendly holiday apartments in Bramberg

Our range of cosy chalets and holiday apartments also reflects our focus on families: many of our apartments are suitable for eight or more people. Ideal for planning a week in the snow with friends or trips away with the family.
 

Distance from your holiday home in Bramberg

The distance between Munich and Bramberg is about 200km. You can reach Bramberg not only in your own car but also by plane or train with rental car connections.

Airports:

  • Innsbruck approx. 95km
  • Salzburg approx. 140km
  • Munich approx. 215km

Train stations:
  • Bramberg am Wildkogel (within walking distance from the centre)
  • Forest in Pinzgau approx. 5km
  • Mittersill approx. 18km

Once there, the other ski resorts are not so far away:
  • Neukirchen approx. 5km
  • Forest in Pinzgau approx. 10km
  • Hochkrimml approx. 25km
  • Kitzbühel approx. 40km

A shopping trip or sightseeing excursion to the nearest major cities are also an option:
  • Innsbruck approx. 95km
  • Salzburg approx. 120k

 
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Ski resorts

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Zillertal Arena

Heights ski resort


2500 m
580 m

Slopes (total 143 km)

43 km
89 km
11 km

Langlaufloipe

200 km

Ski lifts

11
22
18
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Wildkogel Arena

Heights ski resort


2150 m
819 m

Slopes (total 75 km)

35 km
30 km
10 km

Langlaufloipe

200 km

Ski lifts

5
4
10
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Kitzbüheler Alpen

Heights ski resort


2400 m
800 m

Slopes (total 189 km)

106 km
66 km
17 km

Langlaufloipe

580 km

Ski lifts

11
28
15

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