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Ski courses with the Gitschberg Ski School

Learning to ski really is child’s play

When after those first few wobbly bends your little ones finally manages it and you see their little red cheeks glow even brighter with pride, your world gets that little bit brighter too. The certified ski instructors are kind and sympathetic in how they show your little ones the moves in the snow. The best thing is that the beginners’ ski lift and the ski nursery complete with magic carpet and training lift are located just 200 metres away from the Alpenhof.

Weekly introduction to the ski courses at the Alpenhof Family Hotel

Still not sure which course is right for your little schussboomers? Group sessions or private lessons with a ski instructor or a taster day to start with? We’ve got an idea! We’ll invite a ski instructor from the Gitschberg Ski School to the hotel. Every Saturday, the instructor presents the courses on offer for the coming weeks and can help you decide which is best for you. So you can choose, book and pay when you get here.


Gitschberg Ski School

Open daily all winter long from 08.15 am – 5:30 pm
Tel. +39 0472 520202

Group courses for beginners and advanced skiers 

  • 5-day ski course with final race and distribution of prizes
  • Course hours: Monday to Friday from 10 am to 12 pm; during the holiday season, also from 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm 
  • Snowboard course hours: Monday to Friday 1:30 to 3:30 pm
  • Course fees for kids: € 145.00 (during peak season € 155.00)
  • Course fees for adults: € 160.00 (during peak season € 170.00)


  • 5 day ski course incl. lunch, with a final race and prize giving ceremony 
  • Course hours: Monday to Friday from 10 am – 2.30 pm
  • Course fees per child: € 245.00 (during peak season € 255.00)


  • € 42.00 per person (€ 45.00 during peak season)
  • € 10.00 for each additional person

Due to high demand we recommend that you book well in advance for private skiing lessons during the school holidays.

Taster days

Try it first, book it later. If you’re not sure whether skiing is really for you or whether your kids will feel comfortable on the slopes, then why not test the waters with a taster day first?

Non binding request!

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