Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):
We do not offer ski equipment. You can rent them at the sports shops Sport Strobl, Sport Jug or Sport Center Knitel in Warth. In Holzgau there are the sports shops Sport Strobl or Sport Center Knitel where you can rent your skis.
Yes, very much so. Of course, we make every effort to ensure that we can assign the teacher of your choice during the planning process. However, we cannot guarantee this.
The group course is exclusively for children from 3 years to 12 years.
Of course, our ski instructor (dressed in orange) will be at the meeting point or ski school office about 10 minutes before the course starts. The group course starts at 10:00 a.m. and at around 12:00 p.m. there is a culinary refreshment. With renewed energy, the course continues at approx. 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
Yes, lunchtime supervision is necessary because the children's groups are on the move throughout the ski area and are fed and looked after in various restaurants.
For a higher learning and fun factor, the groups have a maximum of 8 participants.
We recommend booking well in advance to save time and energy and to guarantee places on the group course.
A booking is possible via our homepage. Of course you can call us +436643833632 or send us an e-mail. We look forward to your reservation.
With pleasure. You can pay your bill in advance or on site in cash or with a debit or credit card.
Please note that payments with American Express are NOT possible.
The prices for the courses are EXCLUSIVE of the ski pass. You can purchase this at any lift ticket office in Warth.
All beginners can purchase a practice ski pass (valid only for the Kinderland in Warth, Wannenkop lift and Dorfbahn. On the Salober: Körblift - T-bar lift, Kuchlbahn - chair lift and rope lift on the Salober) at the lift ticket office.
If you learn quickly, you can upgrade your practice ski pass to a "3-Valley" ski pass or "Ski Arlberg" ski pass at any ticket office.
Further information on ski pass prices is available directly at the lift ticket office.
For minors up to the age of 15, a standard winter sports helmet is required when skiing on slopes as part of winter sports activities.
Skiing accidents can result in serious head injuries - helmets can reduce the risk of serious head injury - for both adults and children.
We look forward to your Message.