The Skiline Altitude & Descent Evaluation Service
Unfortunately, there is currently a problem with the interface in the Skidata system. It may therefore take a few days longer until the personal data can be retrieved. We ask for your understanding.
Call up your personal Skiline
The SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental is offering you the opportunity to access your personal ''skiline'' by entering at the end of your day’s skiing your ski pass number on the internet or the app!
The ''skiline'' gives a timed altitude profile of the route you chose in the ski resort. It contains an accurate list of the lifts you used, the total metres you climbed and an estimate of how many kilometres you covered on the descent.
As a registered user you will also receive a comprehensive evaluation of all your ski days throughout the season! Simply enter your ski pass number online or in the App and review your day’s skiing at SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser -Brixental once more.
Making every single ski day unforgettable!
Don’t miss your own ski movie!
Another highlight are the Ski Movie routes at SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser – Brixental! Take the opportunity to be filmed like a professional on your descent. It’s easy to download your video through a ''skiline'' account or you can call up your personal ski movie on the spot at the Brandstadl top lift station or at the skiline terminal in Hochbrixen. There are also skiline terminals at the bottom lift stations in Söll, Hopfgarten and Westendorf.
For the attention of all Skiline users:
This service is placed at your free disposal by SkiWelt’s mountain lift companies. It is offered as a little extra and will serve to remind you of one or indeed several beautiful days’ skiing at SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental.
For the attention of anyone considering how to cheat the system:
Anyone who has not genuinely achieved their altitude total and has deliberately deceived in order to be placed amongst the TOP 100 will have their Skiline account cancelled and will in future no longer be able to use the service.
Further measures, including ski card suspension, are currently being considered.
We hope, however, that all skiers will be sensible and we wish everyone lots of fun.