Sport Aktiv aim to make skiing as fun as possible for little ones, with experienced multilingual instructors, teaching aids and a magic carpet.
The Maxi course offers beginner and improver lessons for children from 5 up in groups of up to 10. Lunchtime supervision is available with food and drink included and there’s usually a ski race every Friday for a terrific end to the week. For younger ones, the Mini course looks after beginners from the age of 3, in smaller groups of up to 8. The meeting point for both courses is at the Gschwandtkopf base station (head for the Sport Aktiv board).
Gschwandtkopf 702, 6100 Seefeld Austria
Gizzi’s Children’s Club kindergarten supervises children from ages 2 to 8 years old. Children have fun playing in the big and bold indoor play room with loads of toys and a nap-time area for little ones tuckered out. Of course there is an outdoor area too where they play games in the snow. The staff are experienced and speak English too. They operate from 9am-5pm every week day, and delivery & collection times are flexible too.
Münchnerstr. 142, 6100 Seefeld Austria
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With the skiing, the ice skating, tobogganing facilities, the sports centres, the Playcastle and the region's many other family-friendly attractions (e.g. occasional children's theatre) this is one of the world's best wintersports destinations for children. Gizzi's Club takes children aged 18 months to eight years from Monday to Friday (during holidays every day). Details of baby-sitting services are available in the various information offices. Ski-school is possible for children from three and upwards. .
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