Top hits for families

Nassfeld Familienspass

Hermagor – Nassfeld

The Nassfeld, Carinthia’s largest skiing area, is family-friendly as well. By way of a “nice surprise”, children up to age ten are invited to go skiing on selected dates and under specific conditions. Young and old winter sports enthusiasts alike enjoy the longest floodlit piste in the Alps – the Snowpark Nassfeld, as well as “Blue Day” with fun equipment, three skiing movie tracks and fully developed ski training grounds.
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Neusacher Moser_Skifahren am Weissensee


Skiing for free is 2024 from January 7 through 21, provided that your accommodation is at one of the 50 partner businesses.
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Skifahren am Sportberg Goldeck

Sportberg Goldeck

From January 8 until end of season children up to age 14 who stay with their families at accommodation establishments located around Lake Millstatt take turns for free at the Sportberg Goldeck ski area, provided that their parents purchase ski passes.
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Bad Kleinkirchheim Familiengenuss

Family Euro Bad Kleinkirchheim/St. Oswald

Have you ever heard of the Family Euro? It is a component of the weekly package offered in the winter sports region of Bad Kleinkirchheim. Children up to age 12 accompanied by their parents carve their turns and take their curves on approximately 100 kilometers of pistes for the price of only one euro per day.
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Skikurs auf der Heidi Alm am Falkert in den Nockbergen
Franz Gerdl; Kärnten Werbung
Heidi Alm

Heidi Alm Ski Park Falkert

The Heidi Alm Bergresort in Falkert is an insider tip for families and connoisseurs. The popular figures from the children’s series Heidi promise a playful approach to learning in the snow. Children’s hotels, a children’s ski school, the Heidi Alm ski park, here everything revolves around the big wishes of the little ones. Wide and safe slopes await the young winter sports enthusiasts, who are well looked after by experienced ski instructors.
At the Heidi-Alm Ski Park at the Falkert Mountain, children up to age 6 ride for free if they are accompanied by an adult. 
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Heiligenblut Schneemannpaket
Buchungscenter Heiligenblut

Grossglockner Heiligenblut

Have you ever heard of the Snowman ski pass? In Heiligenblut, it is valid for children up to age ten and it costs 9,50 euro in combination with a parent ski pass.
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Der Schneemann und wir am Klippitztoerl
Franz Gerdl


During the off-peak season, children who stay with their parents at selected accommodations ski for free in the Klippitztörl ski area.

Southern family happiness in Carinthia, the winter paradise

The Carinthian formula for happiness for families is child’s play: Because Austria’s southernmost province makes winter dreams come true. It’s child’s play for aspiring ski stars to learn their first turns on wide, superbly groomed slopes. Elsewhere, exuberant toboggan runs, exciting excursion destinations and winter wellness await for your relaxation. When heavy snowflakes dance from the mountain peaks all the way down into the valleys and cover Carinthia in white, the south invites you to enjoy unforgettable winter moments for young and old alike.

The following tips will light up the eyes of children

The most important general rule when you go skiing: get your equipment checked before the start of every season! Helmets are compulsory for children and teens up to the age of 15.

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