Every day from Monday to Friday, guests can meet their ski instructors from the local ski schools at the bottom of the lift station in their resort at 9am. They will be guided for the whole day through the SkiWelt for FREE. What better way to get insider knowledge than through the local guides who know the resort inside out and will let you in on the resort's secrets. What’s the must do run? Where’s the best snow? What’s the best lunch stop? Where’s the party at? Where’s the best photo stop?
To end the day the ski guides will make a final stop at one of the mountain huts. As part of the SkiWelt Party Weeks each hut will be offering something different, from trendy tunes to traditional folk music and to keep things interesting, each hut will alternate their theme daily. To register for FREE ski guiding, guests need to register at the local tourist board before 5pm the day before. The only restriction is that this service is not available for beginner skiers.
From 16th – 23rd March 2013, the Super Ski Weeks offer guests a further 25% discount on their entire holiday, including ski pass and accommodation, ski hire and ski school.
As Austria’s largest interconnecting ski area, the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental, allows access to 279km of marked pistes. Providing perfect intermediate territory, the skiing is seemingly endless, where you can ski all day without taking the same lift or the same run twice. The wide and open pistes are immaculately groomed, paying the highest compliment to all skiers and boarders whatever their skill level. Refuelling at lunch is an easy task with 70 mountain restaurants to choose from and at affordable prices, compared to their equivalents in France and Switzerland. The slopes of the SkiWelt can be accessed by a system of 91 cable cars and lifts from the villages of Going, Ellmau, Scheffau, Söll, Itter, Hopfgarten, Westendorf, Kelschau and Brixen im Thale.
For more information about the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental visit www.skiwelt.at