Picturesque peaks, rugged rock faces, deep gorges, a famous mountaineer's grave and adventurous climbs - all this and much more awaits you in the Kaiser Mountains around the Wilder Kaiser. In the majestic mountain world in the heart of Tyrol, you will find turquoise mountain lakes, lush alpine meadows and challenging passes. The Kaiserkrone takes you once around the Wilder Kaiser and shows you its most beautiful sides over a 40 miles (65 km) circuit.
This Collection will guide you through the Kaiserkrone in five wonderfully varied stages. Some of them are quite challenging and require sure-footedness and a head for heights. Adventure and thrill await you at the same time and reward is always around the corner: breathtaking panoramas of the Kaisergebirge and the surrounding Kitzbühel Alps as far as the eye can see. Spend a few evenings in cosy alpine huts to complete your adventure.
Each stage starts and ends at a mountain hut or village with several accommodation options. As the huts are very popular, especially in summer, we recommend booking a spot online in advance. Often the mountain huts with a wonderful view over the Kaisergipfel and the Inntal valley are located directly on the route. The huts are beautiful places to rest: in some of them you can even listen to the harmonious sound of a harp. Don't forget to pack your hut sleeping bag which is essential for some huts.
The Hüttling hiking car park at the starting point of your route is pay-and-display and reserved for day hikers whereas parking at the fire station is free of charge. You can park your car for several days here. The starting point is about an hour walk from here, or you take the green line of the free hiking bus. This will take you directly to the Hüttling hiking car park.
The first leg of the Kaiserkrone takes you to dizzying heights and majestic views. Even if you start leisurely today, a steady ascent to the alpine landscape around the Wilder Kaiser awaits you.
After the hiking bus has dropped you off or you have already run warm from the car park at the fire brigade…
The second stage of the imperial crown is characterized by a long descent, which offers you the most beautiful views of the Hohe Tauern and Kitzbühel Alps. At the end of this day you will reach the turquoise shining Hintersteiner lake.
No sooner have you left the Grutten hut than you are already on the…
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Today, it's high. Numerous huts and alpine pastures line up your climb into the alpine landscape around the Wilder Kaiser. This will be the most challenging day of the entire hike.
The climb begins gently until you reach the managed Walleralm. Right next door is the Stöfflhütte with home-brewed beer and…
This stage is a balancing act in the truest sense of the word. Breathtaking views await you on narrow ridge paths before you begin your long descent into the Kaiserbachtal.
In the morning sun you start your climb from the Stripsenjochhaus up to the Stripsenkopf. A narrow, promising ridge, partially secured…
Lonely forest roads and beautiful forests characterize the last stage of the imperial crown. Gentle up and downs balance each other today, while the view of the Wilder Kaiser is your constant companion.
From Gasteig you dive after a few hundred meters in a quiet forest area. A forest path leads past the…
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