Going am Wilden Kaiser is a municipality in the district of Kitzbühel in the Austrian region of Sölllandl. It is located 8.5 km northwest of Kitzbühel and 5 km west of Sankt Johann in Tirol. The village has 1851 inhabitants, 5 sub-districts and was mentioned as Gouwingen for the first time in 1160. Its main source of income is tourism. It is connected to the large Ski Welt skiing area by the Asitzbahn chairlift, which takes skiers rapidly from Going in the valley up to the large expanse of ski terrain on the mountainsides.
Today, in addition to many handicraft, industrial and trading businesses, Going is dominated by agriculture and the winter and summer tourist industries.
Summer activities and facilities: hiking trails, climbing, mountaineering, natural bathing lake with the longest open-air water slide in Tyrol, beach volleyball, tennis courts and halls, squash hall, 27 hole golf course, riding hall and bridleways, cycle paths, asphaltstockbahnen, Zimmergewehr firing range, open air climbing wall, children`s and family programmes, moorland experience world, etc.
Winter activities and facilities: Skiwelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental, Going-Ellmau ski area, cross-country skiing trails, toboggan runs, winter himing trails, tennis hall, squash hall, ice rink, Zimmergewehr firing range, asphaltstockhalle, indoor climbing wall.