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Excellent ski pleasure right on our doorstep!
For the perfect skiing holiday with children, the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixentaln provides everything that the family heart could desire. As one of the largest ski areas in Austria, the region in the northern Kitzbühel Alps hasn't been named the best ski resort in the world several times for no reason.
With the “Ski in - Ski out” option at the family hotel Das Hopfgarten, you are right at home at the foot of the piste! Instead of laboriously packing your ski equipment into the car every day, you can easily reach the valley station of the gondola lift on foot from Das Hopfgarten Familotel Tirol and glide off into the ski area together!
The Hopfgarten Familotel Tirol is the ideal base for a skiing holiday with your kids. It's a comfortable walk to the valley station of the gondola lift and directly opposite our hotel, you'll find the local ski school for professional ski lessons.
Highlights for your family ski holiday:
Mum and dad also get their money's worth in the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental. From the blue slope for beginners to the black slope for real masters - the Kitzbühel Alps offer everything that makes skiing fun.
This is what you can expect from our ski area:
Tip: If you buy your family ski passes at our reception, you can easily take the lift from the valley station to the gondola entrance. This saves you having to climb the stairs with your ski boots to the lift ticket office and queues are also a foreign word for you. That is service in action at the Hopfgarten Family Hotel!
If you have any questions about what SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental has to offer, our team will be happy to advise you: just contact us!
Because no master has ever fallen from the sky, the Familotel Hopfgarten Tirol offers the optimal conditions for first attempts on the skis with its ski nursery slope and magic carpet. If you're planning a skiing holiday with a toddler, the nursery slope at the hotel will be greatly appreciated. And should you wish, the local ski school opposite Das Hopfgarten family hotel can provide the finishing touches.
In addition to the cuisine in our hotel, families on a skiing holiday in the Brixental valley can also enjoy the variety of over 70 ski lodges. From lunch for the whole family to brisk skiing with fries or yeast dumplings - enjoyment is always a top priority in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve! Our mountain lodge hosts cater to the needs of families and offer dishes that young and old skiers will love.
After extensive fun on the slopes in the imperial, family-friendly SkiWelt, you can ski back down to the hotel in the evening via the valley run. Afterwards, it's best to go to the indoor pool incl. separate kids pool or in the wellness area, to loosen up skiers' calves and recharge their batteries for the next day of skiing.
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For a skiing holiday with kids, a child-friendly ski area is recommended and in the best case, this should be a family hotel on the piste. That way, you save yourself from the daily trip to the lift station and also from the laborious packing of the same equipment. With ski in/ski out, you can comfortably walk to the gondola lift or nursery slope. If you are going on a skiing holiday with small children, you should make sure that there is a suitable practice area and possibly book a family hotel with childcare so that mum and dad can also enjoy the piste fun to the fullest during their skiing holiday. Das Hopfgarten Familotel Tirol in the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental fulfils all of these factors for a successful ski holiday with children.
The right ski equipment for everyone should definitely be on the packing list for a ski holiday with children. In addition to a helmet, ski goggles and good gloves, ski overalls and ski underwear should also not be missed. Skis and ski boots can be rented in most ski areas, for the little ones too. It is best to reserve the equipment you need in advance so that everything is in stock. On the piste, a backpack is handy for provisions and, of course, make sure to wear sunscreen with a high sun protection factor, as you should never underestimate the mountain sun. Aside from this, pack casual clothing for your kids, of course, their favourite toys and books for the journey and swimwear for a trip to the indoor pool or wellness area. It's best to write a list at your leisure.