Eric & Belgin Tomlinson

Trip Captain


SkiWelt (Sheffau)

Wilder Kaiser Brixental, Austria

 Plus Ellmau/Going/Brixen im Thale/Westendorf/Hopfgarten/Itter.

26-28 February 2021
(Sign-ups open 28 Nov)

Unfortunately this trip has been cancelled due to current COVID lockdown restrictions.


1/2 Double:  200€
Single:  220€

Children prices:
1st Child
From 15: €175*
12 to 14: €135*
3 to 11: €75*
Kids <3: €40*

2nd Child
From 15: €155*
6 to 14: €115*
3 to 5: €55*
Kids <3: €20*

 *Sharing room with 2 adults – Including an upgrade to a Studio 

TC: Eric & Belgin  Tomlinson



  • PSC Bus Transportation to/from Patch Barracks
  • 2 Night Accommodation at HOTEL Arte Kufstein
  • 2 Breakfast Buffet
  • SkySPA with a Finnish sauna and a steam bath including a breath-taking view to the fortress of Kufstein
  • Evening entertainment, family dining & gin bar
  • PSC Bus Transportation to/from Lift
  • Free Public transportation in the SkiWelt area.


  • State-of-the-art lifts and cable cars
  • Several pistes floodlit at night as well as three fun-parks for freestylers
  • Many easy slopes suitable for beginners
  • Lovely intermediate cruising runs
  • Experienced skiers can test their skills and nerve on the black run leading down from the Choralpe. It has a maximum gradient of 80%!
  • Local slopes are north-facing
  • Pretty village with lively aprèski
  • 77 Ski huts, restaurants and après-ski bars are waiting for you approx. every 3.3 km
  • Shopping Outlets for non-skiiers!
  • Kufstein Fortress and Alt Stadt
  • Mountain top Ice Castle bar
  • SNOW IS GUARANTEED! over 1,700 snow machines mean that 229 km of slopes can be artificially snowed, of which about 120 km incl. connections can be ready for skiing within 3 days

The SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser Brixental ski resort

One of the largest and most modern ski resorts in the world

SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental is one of the largest and most modern ski resorts in the world. Unique: 9 villages provide direct access for you to enjoy more than 284 kilometres of ski runs, perfectly prepared every day, as well as 21 downhills.

WOW! SO MUCH FUN Whether beginner or family, skiing just for pleasure or a serious and experienced skier, everyone can have so much more fun at SkiWelt.

There are also 90 modern lifts for skiers to use, and panoramic views of more than 70 mountains of 3,000 m or more to enjoy, plus the ALPENIGLU® Village4 fun parks, exhilarating ski runs, 3 floodlit toboggan runs  as well as Austria’s largest night time ski resort.

Welcome to Brixen im ThaleEllmau, GoingHopfgarten, ItterKelchsauScheffauSöll and Westendorf.

The ski resort SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental is located in the Wilder Kaiser Region (AustriaTyrol (Tirol)Tiroler Unterland) and in the Brixental (AustriaTyrol (Tirol)Tiroler UnterlandKitzbüheler Alpen). The winter sports area is situated between the elevations of 620 and 1,957 m.

The SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser Brixental ski resort is one of the largest interconnected winter sports areas in the eastern Alps and Austria. In addition, the ski resort in the Kitzbühel Alps is impressively versatile.

The SkiWelt score points with excellent accessibility, numerous children’s areas, Tyrolean charm in mountain huts with gorgeous panoramic views and the highlight – the Alpeniglu-Dorf (Alpine Igloo Village). Skiers of all ability levels will find their slopes here, whereby some very challenging slopes and off-piste opportunities can be found on the Hohen Salve. Multiple funparks and adventure slopes, floodlit toboggan runs and a large night skiing area offer variety. The ski resort stretches across the villages of Söll, Scheffau, Ellmau, Going, Brixen im Thale, Westendorf, Hopfgarten and Itter.

AprèSki in Söll

Söll is not as raucous as it used to be, but it’s still very lively and a lot of places have live music. At teatime bars such as Moonlight and Hexenalm, close to the gondola base, are lively. So too is Salvenstadl (Cow Shed) on the edge of the village, recommended by a recent reporter. The Red Horse Pub is a ‘great, lively, atmospheric bar’.

Later on, the large, central Whisky-Mühle disco can get wild, especially after the bars close. The hotel Austria bar has been recommended by a past reporter. Rossini is good for cocktails and live music.

Off the slopes


There are two toboggan runs (4km and 3km) from the top of the gondola. Both are floodlit on Wednesday to Saturday, one until 10.30pm, the other until 2am. The large baroque church is worth a visit. Coach excursions go to Salzburg, Innsbruck and even Vipiteno, in Italy.


LS = Low Season: 08.12. – 22.12.2017 & 10.03. – 08.04.2018
HS = High Season: 23.12.2017 – 09.03.2018

WINTER 2017-18

up to 12:00 hrs. € 30,00 € 22,50 € 15,50
11:00 Pass € 38,50 € 29,00 € 19,50
12:00 Pass € 34,00 € 25,00 € 17,00
13:00 Pass € 29,00 € 21,50 € 14,50
14:00 Pass € 22,50 € 17,00 € 11,50
Day Pass € 42,50 € 32,00 € 21,00
Combi-Ticket 1 1/2 days € 70,00 € 52,00 € 35,00
2-Day Pass € 83,50 € 63,00 € 42,00

Children‘s tariffs for those born between 2002 and 2011, Children born in and after 2012 free!
Youth tariffs for those born in 1999, 2000, 2001


Private lessons for disabled persons available.


Skischule Söll – Hochsöll Embacher
Stampfanger 6
6306 Söll

Tel. +43 5333 5454
Fax +43 5333 5556


Location: valley station + Söll centre
Tel. +43 5333 20040
Fax +43 5333 200404

Location: in the skiresort
Mobil +43 676 5603888

Public Trasportation – Kufstein – Soll

Download Bus schedule:  Linie-4902-Kufstein-Soll

Bus Plan:

We are staying at Hotel Arte Kufstein

Opened in June 2016 and set in Kufstein, 300 m from Kufstein Fortress, the newly built arte Hotel Kufstein boasts a sun terrace and ski storage space. The hotel has a sauna and fitness centre, and guests can enjoy a drink at the wine bar Vitus & Urban from 4 pm until approximately midnight. Arte Hotel Kufstein features free WiFi throughout the property.

All rooms provide a modern tiled bathroom with WC, soap and shampoo dispenser and a hairdryer, a Flatscreen TV, phone, safe, a chargeable minibar, trendy suitcase storage, a writing desk and an anti-allergic floor in wooden optics.

SkySPA  – The spa area is located on the top floor with the great view to the fortress Kufstein. Relax after an exhausting day or after some workout at one of our various cardio equipment  in the sauna and fill up your energy!

Spa area for hotel guests:

  • 120m² on 2 floors

  • Classical sauna

  • Steam sauna

  • Quiet zone with view to the fortress Kufstein

  • Cardio equipment: bicycle, crosstrainer

  • shower


A Cultural Day in Kufstein

Halfway between Innsbruck and Salzburg, at the foot of the great Kaiser mountain range, sits the medieval town of Kufstein. With its 30,000-year-old history and rich cultural roots, Kufstein is fascinating in its own right — and a perfect introduction to Tyrolean antiquity, design and arts.
Over the centuries the town found itself intermittently disputed by Bavaria, Tyrol and the Habsburg Empire. Warfare visited on and off for hundreds of years, leaving the town its most visible landmark, the prominent Kufstein Fortress.

Accessible by funicular or a steep walkway, the fortress is the town’s foremost attraction, and for good reason. The museum within offers not only eye-opening historical insights, but a stunning view over the town and nearby mountains.

Not to be missed is the Heldenorgel organ, housed deep in one of the fortress’s massive towers. With its 4.948 pipes and 46 registers it’s the largest open-air organ in the world. Every day at noon the sound of this remarkable instrument is heard for miles.

Kufstein is also home to Riedel Glass, one of Tirol’s most prominent design brands and possibly the world’s most respected wine glass company. Run by the same family since 1756, Riedel Glass invites visitors to witness its traditional glassblowing craftsmanship five days a week. Check here for Riedel Glass factory tours and factory store information.

For travelers looking for a truly memorable bar experience, Stollen 1930 is a popular local institution, reminiscent of a 1930s speakeasy and built right into the mountain.

TC: Eric & Belgin Tomlinson


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Patch Ski Club
IBAN DE33501109000015502341
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