Residenz Wildkogelbahnen Top 9

Neukirchen am Grossvenediger

Description of the appartement

Living room with sitting area (sleeping sofa for 3 persons), fireplace and dining area. The apartment has a fully furnished kitchen with a dishwasher and a oven/microwave combination.


Three bedrooms featuring a double bed and a television; one of which has an en-suite bathroom.

Two bathrooms with washing table, shower and toilet (one of which en-suite)

Possibly interesting too

You get two roofed parking lots below the apartment. The building has an elevator for easy access. Also, you get free access to the shared wellness room with herbal sauna, Finnish sauna, warmed benches and "Schecken" showers.

Within 100 meters (350 ft.)

  • Gondola to the skiing area of Neukirchen and Bramberg
  • 2 sports shops for ie. ski rental
  • The ski school
  • A supermarket
  • Local bakery
  • Cozy après-ski

Other facilities

  • Terrace
  • Skilockers (with ski glove dryer)
  • TV and internet (WiFi)
  • Washing machine and dryer for general use (paid only).
  • Your beds will be made
  • Using the Wildkogel Card you get a lot of free extras during the summer season

In short, everything that will make your holiday as comfortable as possible.

Additional costs

Availability of the apartment is constantly changing. Please check out our calendar here for current availability.


What's included?

  • Water and electricity
  • Free internet
  • Beds will be made upon arrival
  • Free use of the sauna
  • Wildkogel card (during summer)

What should be paid in advance?

  • Tourist tax p.p.p.n.:
    Adults: € 1,15
    Children: € 0,20

To be paid on-site

  • Linens and towels per night: € 17,50
  • After-visit clean: € 120,00

Wildkogel Card

This card is valid during the summer season, starting from may 23rd until october the 18th.

It provides free access once a day for all family members to:

  • The (nearby) Wildkogelbahnen gondola
  • The swimming pool in Neukirchen
  • The Pinzgauer Lokalbahn, a train on narrow gauge railway, from Krimml to Zell am See.
  • The bus (numbers 670 en 671) from Krimml up to Zell am See.
  • Buggy or stroler (if still available)
  • Participation in the Wildkogel Card-Active program. That means a ton of activities for the young as well as the old. You can go hiking, take part in group trips along with the rangers of the National Park Hohe Tauern, go on biking trips or take up nordic walking. For the little ones there's an entertainment program in which Kogel-Mogel and Kogel-Mia provide all the fun and action.
  • The hiking bus is an excellent service for hikers. The bus picks you up at Neukirchen or Bramberg bus station and takes you to the start of the hiking trail at the Dürnbachtal or the Mühlbachtal and also returns you to where you boarded the bus.

The cart provides free access once a week to:

  • The indoor Kristallbad in Wald im Pinzgau. Opening hours are from 10:00u. (10 am) to 22.00u. (10 pm)
  • The miniature golf park in Neukirchen
  • National Park Museum in Mittersill
  • Museum Bramberg with emeralds and crystals originating from the Habachtal

Grants free access for all family members once per stay

  • Your choice: the Panoramabahn Kitzbüheler Alpen in Hollersbach or the Weiss-see glacier in Uttendorf
  • 1 Day driving an (E)bike
  • The swimming pool in Mühlbach
  • Erlebnisbadesee in Uttendorf
  • The observatory and planetarium in Königsleiten
  • Golf in Mittersill, drivingrange and golfing clubs (along with 24 golf balls)
  • 1 hiking- and cycling map

We strongly advise a form of cancelation and traveling insurance to prevent unexpected and/or unpleasant surprises during your visit.

The skiing areas

Lifts and slopes

  • 11 blue slopes
  • 7 red slopes
  • 1 black slope
  • 6 marked deep snow slopes
  • 2 cabinlifts
  • 4 chairlifts
  • 5 dragging lifts
  • 2 cable car lifts
  • 1 funpark

Skiing in Wildkogel Arena Logo Wildkogel Arena

The skiing region of Neukirchen am Großvenediger and Bramberg am Wildkogel, the Ski-Arena Wildkogel, is a nice and calm winter sports area. The wide slopes are very suited for a beginner, and provide a unique opportunity to get the hang of skiing. Not only does the region offer skiing, snowboarding and langlaufen, it even features Europe's longest rodelbahn!

The area features over 63 kilometers of slopes, most of which are fully covered in snow. The experienced skier can try his or her skills at one of the deep snow routes.


Starting at Wildkogel, the 14 kilometers long rodeling course is opened daily until 10 o'clock in the evening. After a short ride in the Wildkogelbahn you arrive at an altitude of 2300 meters. From then on it's nothing but fun during a 45 minute descent covering a difference in altitude of 1200 meters.

You can find more information over here

Skiing in the Zillertal Arena Logo Zillertal Arena Gerlos - Königsleiten

Zillertal Arena

15 minute drive by car of (free) ski bus.

The Zillertal Arena, situated at an altitude of 1470 meters to 2302 meters is an area of 291 hectares that's almost certain to be covered in snow. It has 51 very modern ski lifts. It also features 139 kilometers of pistes, of which 7 kilometers black, 99 kilometers red and 33 kilometers blue, making it the largest skiing area of Zillertal. Endless skiing fun amidst Salzburgerland and Tirol. During spring time, it's skiing in the sun all the way up until april!

The skiing area connects Zell am Ziller in Tirol with Königsleiten and Hochkrimml in the Austrian Salzburgerland.

More information here.

Skiing in Kitzbühel

Skiing in Kitzbühel

  • At about 8min. by car or free skibus.
  • 54 ski lifts and 170km. of snow covered slopes.
  • Two time award winner of skiing area of the world!

Starting out in Neukirchen, the area is easily accessible by car or ski bus. The ski lift (Panoramabahn Kitzbühel Alpen) in Mittersill/Hollersbach is also accessible by an 8 minute drive by car. Ever since the use of the 3S-bahn connecting Hahnenkamm/Pengelstein and Jochberg/Resterhöhe, it's possible to cross the entire skiing area both ways; from Aschau to pass Thurn.

Certainty of snow and and well kept ski slopes guarantee an unmatched skiing experience. Especially families will benefit from the wide range of activities nearby.

Skiër during a jump

One of the better known skiing slopes is the 'Hahnenkamm'. It's a steep descent tailored to the experienced skier. The sheer size of the skiing area has lots to offer for the young and the old. Enjoy fun parcs during the day and slide down well lit ski sloped during the night. The rodeling tracks are opened during the day and the evening.

Find out more here.