This page will tell you all you need to know about airport transfers to Going am Wilden Kaiser a Ski Resort in SkiWelt in Austrian Alps with 49km of Piste and altitudes ranging from 820m to 1550m. This resort is part of the SkiWelt area with access to 279km of downhill skiing, with 184 individual pistes, served by 91 ski lifts. In addition to the skiing in Going am Wilden Kaiser itself (49km of pisted ski runs), the appropriate ski Lift Pass will allow you to ski or snowboard in the other SkiWelt ski resorts of Brixen im Thale, Ellmau, Hopfgarten im Brixental, Itter / Muhtal, Scheffau am Wilden Kaiser, Söll and Westendorf. Since the skiing in the resort is at relatively low altitude, so snow cover can be variable. We have listed the airports in order of distance from the resort, with the nearest at the top. This should give you the best idea of the airport transfer you need. We have also taken a look at alternative transport methods to and from the resort. Public transport options, if available, are given towards the end of the page.
Going am Wilden Kaiser is a municipality in the district of Kitzbühel in the Austrian region of Sölllandl. It is located 8.5 km northwest of Kitzbühel and 5 km west of Sankt Johann in Tirol. The village has around 1851 inhabitants, 5 sub-districts and was mentioned as Gouwingen for the first time in 1160. The main source of income in this area is tourism. It is connected to the large Ski Welt skiing area by the Asitzbahn chairlift, which takes skiers rapidly from Going in the valley up to the large expanse of ski terrain on the mountainsides. In 1160 the village was first mentioned in a deed at Baumbach Abbey as Gouwingen. In 2010 the 850th anniversary of this record was celebrated. The name is derived from a Bajuvarian nobleman, Guowo or Gauwo. This suggests it was founded by the Bavarii. The village church is one of the most impressive rococo churches in Tyrol. It is consecrated to the Holy Cross and the martyr, Laurentius. Its architect was Andrä Hueber and the frescoist was Matthias Kirchner, both from Kitzbühel. The altars and holy figures were carved by Going sculptor, Thomas Blieml. There is an interesting madonna in the altar niche of the left-hand altar, carved around 1480.
There are three Airports within two hours’ drive, so ski weekends, snowboard breaks and short ski holidays to Going am Wilden Kaiser are perfectly feasible. Innsbruck Airport is just one hour’s drive away, in good driving conditions, so you can be on the piste quickly. The following airports link this Austrian resort and all of them provide airport transfers to the ski resort. Salzburg (SZG) - 70 km Linz (LNZ) - 200 km Munich (MUC) - 150 km Bolzano (BZO) - 200 km Friedrichshafen (FDH) - 296 km Innsbruck Airport (INN) - 88 km
While many people do use the public transport listed above they can sometimes be time consuming like some train journeys from airports not listed above may take up a long time to reach the resort. You are much better off booking an airport transfer from the airport where you land. You will benefit from a shorter journey time and a direct route. You also get the added bonus of travelling in comfort, and of a guaranteed journey that is pre-booked. Airport transfers are also the most cost-effective method of getting to this beautiful ski resort. München Flughafen Terminal München Ost Jenbach Bahnhof Maurach/Achensee Hauptschule
While some people do use the public transport modes like the trains connecting Going am Wilden Kaiser SkiWelt Area from Munich and Innsbruck, getting from other airports may be time consuming. You are much better off booking an airport transfer from one the several airports where you land. You will benefit from a shorter journey time and a direct route. You also get the added bonus of travelling in comfort, and of a guaranteed journey that is pre-booked and have more ski time at this pristine resort.