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 Wilder Kaiser = Austria's Park City?!

The Wilder Kaiser in the Brixen Valley boasts 3 terrain parks! The largest Park by far is the Intersport Kaiserpark at the Tanzboden Lift (99). The perfectly groomed park features jumps of varying difficulty. From small tables (4 m) to huge monster tables (12 m), boarders will certainly find obstacles to fit their fancy! The amount of jibs and boxes (knicked rail, rainbowbox, flatrail, wallridespine, flatbox, mini-rainbow-box) is impressing. One thing is for sure, you will certainly not get bored! And if you need a break the chill out area features canvas chairs and a familiar atmosphere. A further chill-out area is located by the Gampenkogel Lift (119). Hungry jibbers will find more obstacles there as well. But also beginners in the freestyle department are catered to in the Wilder Kaiser. A small park featuring easier obstacles is located by the Salvenmoos trail (47). But the Wilder Kaiser is more than just terrain parks. The resort is definitely worth riding and when snow cover is good there are quite some off-piste possibilities. Broad slopes allow extensive carving without risking a crash. And you will certainly neither go thirsty or hungry at the Wilder Kaiser. 70 mountain huts cater to the hungry and thirsty winter athletes. Party hungry snow athletes also get their moneys worth. Wilder Kaiser is famous for its Après Ski!
Read more about Skiing in Wilder Kaiser:
Official Wilder Kaiser Website
Powder at Wilder Kaiser Apres Ski bar