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A family skiing holiday in Tyrol – a fantastic experience for parents and children
With its five ski areas, the Olympiaregion Seefeld offers ideal conditions for children to learn how to ski or snowboard. A variety of nursery slopes, fantastic, fun attractions in each ski area and everything your children need to take their first skiing steps await you here in your holiday destination on the Seefeld Plateau. In addition to family-friendly accommodation in the valley, youngsters are also welcome guests in the child-friendly huts and restaurants in the mountains and on the ski slopes. The superb variety on offer on the pistes ensures fun-filled days for kids of all ages. Birky’s Wonderland, Sporti’s Kinderland and countless other highlights never fail to put big smiles on children’s faces.
Lessons with professional ski instructors ensure fun from the very beginning
In order to feel comfortable and confident on skis, children who have never skied before need a feeling of safety and security and an instructor who is expert in teaching children to ski. Parents can enjoy a relaxed day’s skiing on the sun-drenched slopes safe in the knowledge that their little ones are in the safe hands of the local ski school instructors. Kind, patient and sensitive to kids’ needs, the instructors teach little ones to ski down the slopes safely. Highly experienced and professional to a T, the expertly trained ski instructors from our local ski schools take great care of your children.
The Gschwandtkopf ski area offers everything that ski enthusiasts’ hearts desire. Fantastic long pistes, freshly groomed every day, and superb downhill runs ensure unadulterated skiing enjoyment.
‘Sporti’s Kinderland’ in the Rosshütte ski area is ideal for beginners of all ages and for those ‘re-finding’ their skiing feet.
This ski lift is perfect for children and beginners. And in order to make skiing even more fun for little ones, the mascot ‘Birky, the mouse’ can always be seen scampering around on the slopes somewhere!