The Wilder Kaiser Nature Reserve is one of the most impressive mountain ranges in the Alps. Since 1963, the Kaiser mountains, consisting of the two main peaks Zahmer Kaiser and Wilder Kaiser and all their peaks, have been classified as a nature reserve to protect the rare plants and animals that live there and to preserve this magnificent mountain landscape.
Both the Tiroler Adlerweg (Eagle Trail), Tyrol's long-distance hiking trail, and the Jakobsweg (Way of St James), one of the world's most famous pilgrimage routes, lead you through the Wilder Kaiser mountains. The Wilder Kaiser region is known worldwide for its challenging hikes and climbing trails suitable for all levels.
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