Spending time together with the family on skis is best done in Altenmarkt-Zauchensee. Because in the heart of Ski amadé, Austria's largest skiing pleasure, 275 of 760 kilometers are family-friendly, blue slopes. You'll find a great and exciting change from normal skiing on the various fun slopes, in the parks and on the "somewhat different" slopes.
The Radstadt-Altenmarkt ski area offers safe lifts for children, many easy downhill runs, family-friendly mountain inns and ski lodges, ski schools with childcare for the youngest and children's ski courses from the age of 4.
The ski paradise of Zauchensee-Flachauwinkl also scores with incomparably varied fun on the slopes for young and old. From each of the three ski mountains, a blue slope leads down to the World Cup arena. For advanced
there are also sporty and challenging downhill slopes
Children are happy when they learn skiing with fun and joy. This is guaranteed by the top trained ski instructors of the ski schools, who inspire the kids for skiing in a playful way. The ski instructors also know when a breather with games in the snow is necessary or the next learning step is possible.
When should your child start skiing? As parents, you are the best judge of whether your offspring are ready for their first days of skiing. Otherwise, an age of three years is just right.
In the Kinderland areas of the two ski areas in Altenmarkt-Zauchensee, exciting routes, colourful figures and mascots await the kids, who will quickly make them forget every fall. They are all in the valley and therefore close to the accommodation and car park.
Whether a course is in a group or with a private teacher depends on the child. Especially at the beginning, a group is advantageous because the child is with people of the same age and therefore has more fun than in individual lessons. In addition, group courses are cheaper.
Ultimate variety of offers for families can be found throughout the Ski amadé ski area: 10 kids and snow parks, 13 fun slopes and funcross trails, themed and timed trails.
The adventurers and daredevils will never get bored here. Boxing, small and large kickers and maybe even the first tricks can thus be tried in a safe environment.
The snowpark offers a sophisticated set-up - it is ideal for young and old rookies who want to improve their skills step by step and get to know the snowpark lifestyle. With the Rosskopfbahn the playground is quickly accessible for shred youngsters. Kickers for first airtime experiences, spine and mushroom for jib action, boxes and other highlights provide plenty of fun and adventure on two lines.
In the children's area, which is open to the public, with a covered magic carpet and practice lift, even the youngest can learn to ski in a playful way.
Right next to the top station of the Kemahdhöhe chairlift is the Beginner Park, the perfect playground for budding freestyle pros. Two small kickers and three boxes await snowpark greenhorns.
At the valley station is the Fichtelland, which is accessed by the plate lift of the same name. The little guests can explore the shy Fichtel and the many animals in the Fichtelwald. Waves, steep curves as well as the passage in the Fichtelwald make children's hearts beat faster.
The largest and most famous snow park in Europe offers different areas for different levels. On an area of over 1.5 kilometers in length, kickers, boxes and rails await ambitious free skiers and snowboarders. Around 100 obstacles, which are supervised daily by an experienced shape crew, characterize the park.
They train balance, coordination and also bring a great deal of fun.
• Funslope Königslehen, Radstadt
• Funslope, Wagrain
• Kidsrun, Flachau
• Funslope Flachauwinkl-Kleinarl
• Funpark monte popolo, Eben
• Crossrun, Kleinarl
If the little ones lack the necessary motivation, it can certainly be found again quickly on the many themed slopes, timed & racing tracks.
- Skischaukel Radstadt-Altenmarkt: Timing course at the Sonnenlift practice lift
- Ski paradise Zauchensee-Flachauwinkl: Skimovie giant slalom, Skimovie parallel slalom, Skimovie mix race
- Salzburger Sportwelt timed runs: Skimovie Wagrain, Skimovie Alpendorf, Speedcourse Alpendorf, Speedcourse Flachauwinkl, Mooslehen-Variant Filzmoos
- Salzburger Sportwelt Theme slopes: Lumbago Gernkogel, Herman Maier FIS, World Cup course Flachau, Funrun Flachauwinkl-Kleinarl, Michaela Kirchgasser FIS course
More fun in winter sports! For ski and snowboard kids there is always something going on! The focus is on the shared experience on slopes and obstacles. Be there or watch!
With over 1,300 starters between the ages of 7 and 13 from more than 15 nations, the international Kidstrophy is one of the largest children's ski races in Europe. On Saturday, they complete a KidsX skicross race in Zauchensee and on Sunday a Giant slalom on the finish slope of the World Cup course. A unique supporting program with Vola ski preparation, Atomic ski test, autograph session with ÖSV stars and much more.
Date 2023: Sat 25 + Sun 26.3.2023
The idea behind it is to give the kids the opportunity to exchange ideas and show their tricks in front of an audience. The fact that they can also cash in on this is an added bonus. Those who want to take part will travel to the snow parks of Ski amadé on the nine tour dates, jumped and shredded over the kickers, rails and boxes. Two professional judges will judge the run. - 2 times/month
The Radstadt-Altenmarkt ski area offers children safe lifts, many easy slopes, family-friendly mountain inns and ski huts, ski schools with childcare for the youngest and children's ski courses from the age of 4.
The ski paradise of Zauchensee-Flachauwinkl also scores with incomparably varied fun on the slopes for young and old. A blue piste leads from each of the three ski mountains down to the World Cup Arena. There are also sporty and challenging slopes for advanced skiers.
1. Mark the accident site and secure the injured: Stick the skis crosswise in the snow, about five to ten metres above the accident site. If you have any red or orange clothing with you, hang it over the crossed skis.
2. Organise help: The Austrian Mountain Rescue Service can be reached around the clock throughout Austria on the emergency number 140; alternatively, you can dial the Europe-wide emergency number 112. You should give the following information: the exact location of the accident, who and how many are injured, approximately when the accident happened and, if possible, the type of injury.
3. Give first aid: Talk to the accident victim and check vital signs.