Zahmer Kaiser, Walchsee

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  • The ride with the chairlift on the Wilder Kaiser is beautiful. Quietly, the wonderful panorama can be enjoy with the awesome views of the Walch Lake. Also the "crossing" the summer toboggan run is an experience. A however has me mightily stunk (!): it was a very hot day (28 °) and I glad a nice cold buttermilk on a cool biker, or if present. Once at the top a large Board before the local: closed due to illness. Only after I was back down to the valley station, I saw a tiny sign at the window of the cash box, that is closed up. There so much paper Gelump hanging out but, you really only saw one - sought after as I. No note was added by the cashiers. (Would have Yes the can one or discourage others from the driveway. It's really to the kot... that in these tourist centers everything is dedicated to only score off gambling. Customer service here is an absolute unknown word (has become).
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  • We were at the amusement park where it was possible to make a Bob in 2 locations. Very cute and fun trails. Would stay again
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  • We have undertaken a hike to the Zahmer Kaiser. Parking is sufficiently free of charge on the base station available. Hike up to the mid-station 30 minutes at a comfortable pace. More than 30 minutes it takes to the Zahmer Kaiser. The walk runs 60 minutes under constant sun. Once at the top there is a small jungle gym for the kids. Drinks and food (ice cream) are the walkers available. From there, we walked further to the Jovenalm - caution... poorly signposted. ALM is also no longer farmed. Good Footwear is required from there in any case. We needed good 70 minutes for the March.
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  • Location wise, you can't go wrong. However be aware when purchasing their passes for their toboggan. "Why make things simple when it can be complicated" seems to be their philosophy and we got caught out. We bought a 6 points block which gives you theoretically 6 cable car rides up plus the corresponding toboggan run down. Mind you, this means only to the middle station. We made the unforgiving mistake of feeling hungry and decided to ride all the way to the peak as there was a restaurant up there. Thereafter, we walked down from the peak to the middle station (as otherwise we would have to use another point on block to take the cable car down to the middle station) assuming that we could ride down on the toboggan down. Imagine our surprise upon arriving at the middle station and being informed that we had to nick off another point even though we had already had one point validated on the original ride up. Apparently, it seems that going all the way up to the peak costs you 2 points, regardless of whether you walk down to the middle station or not. Long story short, this information is indeed stated, but in their small print. Incidentally, when I tried to ask for a clarification, the neanderthal at the middle station could only grunt and demand that if we wanted to ride down, it was going to cost us a point each. Considering that his shoulders were built like a bus, I decided to simmer in my own frustration. In summary, and don't get me wrong, the ride itself was great, the view was fantastic, and if the weather plays along (like it did for us), it's nice family day out in the mountains. My peeve is as usual with the utter lack of customer friendliness within this part of Germanic Europe. Topic of culture and nothing I can do about it. Get your point system straight and you'll have fun.
  • Not too expensive, fun for a family day out
  • Great beginner slopes and an epically long way down for those who come to sled!
  • Nice place for families with young children or inexperienced skiers. The staff is very friendly, patient and forgiving for the skier. The Zahmer Kaiser is not a very big piste but you can buy a skiingcard here combined with Kössen. And this card is not too expensive either.
  • Great place to go skiing with the little ones or for a beginner

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