The wide range of terrain and huge choice of après ski here means SkiWelt is perfect for group trips. Whether this is your first step in learning to ski or if you’ve had years of experience, you’ll find something here to keep you both challenged and entertained. In terms of après ski the region caters to all, offering traditional Tyrolean cuisine, lively bars, homely pubs, and an enchanting ice restaurant and bar. Söll is by far the best if you and your group are up for a party, or for a more peaceful group retreat look no further than Scheffau or Ellmau. Non-skiers can experience the rush of zooming down the slopes on one of the toboggan runs in Söll and Scheffau, or you can all pay a visit to Salzburg for a day, to name but a couple of the off-the-slope activities. For any skiers with a competitive streak who want to settle the scores once and for all, head over to the Südhang slope (#66) by Scheffau where you’ll be filmed and timed on your way down. Buying a round of glühwein seems a more than suitable forfeit for the slowest time amongst you!
For an intimate group holiday, see if you can book out a whole chalet. Simply check out the maximum occupancy of each chalet and find one that matches your group, then get in touch with us for a quote, and look forward to having the whole place to yourself. Alternatively, there are loads of hotels with great facilities that are large enough to accommodate groups of all shapes and sizes. If you’re travelling with people who don’t mind doing a bit of cooking in cleaning, keep things nice and cheap with a self-catered apartment.
Whatever kind of accommodation you choose, book it as part of one of our packages including flights and transfers for the best value. Feel free to go for an accommodation-only or self-drive option if your group will be travelling from different places.