Juniors
group courses

Group courses for children from 5 years and all skill levels

Juniors group courses

children from 5 years

Skill levels

We welcome everybody in our ski school, but especially children. Our ski instructors teach the children how to ski in a special child-friendly way with lots of fun. For our beginners, we have a big practicing area – Pitzi’s Bergpark with 7.000 m², which is located at the middle station of the ski resort Hochzeiger.

In this area, the children await three moving carpets, a lot of different figures, stubbies, mushrooms, flags, …. These items help the kids to make their first steps on skis and learn skiing really easily.
The Pitzi Express, a snowmobile with a trailer, also facilitates the learning progress of the children.

For colder days and also for small breaks, there is a warm-up hut directly in Pitzi’s Bergpark.

Of course, we also have a lot of educational tools like ropes, magic sticks, wheels, small jumps, short carvers, snow bikes, … for advanced groups. If children have fun, learning success comes practically by itself.

Prices Juniors

Course times

The junior ski course takes place daily from Sunday until Friday from 10 am to 12 am and from 2 pm to 4 pm.

This group course can be booked with our lunchtime care (meal, drink and child care) in our Pitzi's children restaurant.

Grouping

The meeting point for beginners is in Pitzi’s Bergpark at the middle station of the ski resort Hochzeiger. It takes place on Sunday, Monday and Wednesday from 9.45 am to 10 am.

Advanced groups (blue, red and black) meets their ski instructors at the bottom station at the opposite of the gondola entry. The grouping for advanced groups takes place daily (except Saturday) from 9.45 am to 10 am.

Good to know

Every Thursday: Ski race with a medal for each child.

Lunch time care: We recommend our lunch time care including the meal and drink in our Pitzi’s children restaurant during the lunch break.

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Könnerstufen Juniors

J1 - Anfänger

ZG - Zwischengruppe:

In dieser Gruppe beherrschen die Kinder bereits kleinere Abfahrten im Übungsareal. Das Tellerlift fahren muss allerdings noch gelernt werden.

J2 - Kurven fahren / Pflugdrehen:

Die Kinder sind in der Lage auf blauen Skipisten sicher im Pflug mit mehreren Richtungsänderungen (Pflugbögen) herunter zu fahren.

J3 - Schienenfahrt / Schrägfahrt:

Die Teilnehmer fahren bereits auf blauen und roten Skipisten. Während der Schrägfahrt (zwischen den Richtungsänderungen), fahren die Kinder bereits parallel. In dieser Gruppe wird mit Skistöcken gefahren.

J4 - Pflugsteuern:

Die Kinder, fahren sicher und auch schon recht zügig auf blauen, roten und teilweise auch schwarzen Skipisten. Die Skiführung ist während der Schrägfahrt (zwischen den Richtungsänderungen) parallel und nur bei den Kurven/Richtungsänderungen verwenden die Kinder einen kleinen Schneepflug.

J5 - Paralleles Drehen (lange Radien):

In dieser Gruppe müssen die Kinder in der Lage sein, auf allen Skipisten (blau, rot und schwarz) komplett parallel Ski zu fahren (auch während der Kurve!). Die Fahrweise der Kinder ist recht zügig. In dieser Gruppe werden auch der Stockeinsatz gefestigt und die ersten Erfahrungen im Tiefschnee fahren gemacht.

J6 - Paralleles Drehen (kurze Radien):

Auf den Skipisten wird der Kanteneinsatz noch besser geschult um auch auf steilen Skipisten das Tempo kontrollieren zu können. In dieser Gruppe wird auch das Ski fahren abseits der Skipisten verstärkt trainiert.

J Top - Topgruppe / Carven:

In der Junior-Topgruppe geht es darum die erlernten Fähigkeiten, sowohl auf als auch abseits der Skipisten, zu perfektionieren. Die Kinder werden auch verstärkt über alpine Gefahren aufmerksam gemacht und in der Lawinenkunde geschult.

Level Guide Ski Juniors

J1 - Beginner

ZG - INTERMEDIATE GROUP:

In this group, the children have already mastered smaller runs in the practice area. How to use the pommel lift still has to be learned.

J2 - Skiing curves / Snowplough turning:

The children are able to safely plow down the blue ski slopes with several changes of direction (plow arcs).

J3 - Alpine skiing posture - edging:

The participants are already skiing on blue and red ski slopes. During the diagonal run (between the changes in direction), the children are already skiing in parallel. This group uses ski sticks.

J4 - Snowplough steering:

The children ski safely and quickly on blue, red, and sometimes black ski slopes. The ski guidance is parallel during the diagonal run (between the changes in direction) and only when the curves/changes in direction do the children use a small snowplow.

J5 - Parallel ski steering long:

In this group, the children must be able to ski completely parallel on all ski slopes (blue, red, and black) (even during the curve!). The children's skiing style is quite fast. In this group, the use of poles is also consolidated and the first experiences in powder snow are made.

J6 - Parallel ski steering - short radii:

The use of the edges is trained even better on the ski slopes to be able to control the speed even on steep ski slopes. In this group, skiing off the slopes is also increasingly trained.

J Top - Topgroup / Carven:

In the top junior group, the aim is to perfect the skills you have learned, both on and off the slopes. The children are also increasingly made aware of alpine dangers and trained in avalanche knowledge.