Skiing fun for children
Riesneralm children's skiing area
On the slopes of Riesneralm in Donnersbachwald, Austria's number one children's skiing area is waiting for you.
Riesneralm's children skiing area with over 5 hectares of piste has one of the longest bunny slopes in Austria (176 m) with 5 different descents, allowing the smallest as well as adult novice skiers to go about carving up their first piste without interruption.
For more information: www.riesneralm.at
Gallic skiing village on Galsterberg
A Gallic skiing adventure for both young and old.
Galsterberg mountain will enchant you with its Gallic wooden huts, talking model Gauls, a Gallic piste machine, an 85m magic carpet and much more.
You will find deer, rabbits and other woodland creatures keeping you company until all the way down to the Galsterbergalm lift.
Need a little break?
Not a problem - the terrace at Bottinghaus has the best view over the children's play area.
For more information: www.galsterberg.at
Stoderzinken children's snow park
Stoderzinken's children's snow park is set in a sunny location and offers reliable snowfall at 1700m above sea level.
Our young visitors can explore the fairytale forest ski route and children's zoo at Stoderzinken.
On top of that you can look forward to a mogul run, a snow tunnel, rope and drag lifts, a magic carpet, a bob-sleigh run, snow-tubing...
For more information: www.stoderzinken.at
Skiing in Ramsau
Kali the Dinosaur's adventure piste is waiting for you. A winter wonderland area awaits families on 8 different adventure pistes.
Join Kali the Dinosaur as you ski down the pistes and have fun exploring the skiing area Ramsau has to offer.
When you arrive at Rittisberg, you can then take the popular fairytale route or some more challenging pistes.
For more information: www.skiregion-ramsau.at
Regenbogenalm on Reiteralm
Reiteralm's spacious and sunny children's play area, the Regenbogenalm, is fully equipped and lies right near the Silver Jet gondola mountain station.
Young and adult visitors can look forward to the magic carpet, children's carousel, toy figurines, children's ski routes and the beginner park's "x.point".
For more information: www.ski-reiteralm.at
There's all sorts of fun to be had for all the younger visitors on Planneralm, Hauser Kaibling, Planai and Hochwurzen.
The ski school's smallest magic carpet is reserved for their own use but all children have access to the children's play area.
You can get a great overview of the area thanks to Plannerkessel's location. This paradise with its natural snowfall and family-friendly prices is always popular with families.
For more information: www.planneralm.at
The ski school has a whole children's snow park at its disposal at Hauser Kaibling, preparing your little ones for the big slopes.
There is a free speed track as well as a game reserve you can visit next to the piste, so there is enough to keep kids busy on top of regular skiing fun.
For more information: www.hauser-kaibling.at
Planai & Hochwurzen
There's never a moment of boredom on Planai!
There is plenty to do in the children's snow parks that belong to the ski schools - called Hopl and Tritscher. Around the 8-seater Mitterhaus chair lift there is plenty to explore for all the young skiers who are keeping pace with the adults. At the valley station for the 8-seater chair lift, you'll find a 'cloud swing', a paradise-themed weather station and a talking snake, Mikaa. Listen to your favourite tunes on the musical piste, as you race downhill.
Even the youngest downhill daemons can make requests so they can scoot down the mountain to their own favourite musical numbers.
For more information: www.planai.at