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Child-friendly rating/family-friendly rating Gitschberg Jochtal

Test result5 out of 5 stars

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The evaluation is done as follows


Children and families Gitschberg Jochtal/family offers Gitschberg Jochtal

The Gitschberg Jochtal ski resort is considered a very family-friendly ski resort. Both ski schools are specialised in children's ski instruction and offer special children's ski courses (for example, with full-day care including ski course and lunch). Both ski schools operate a children's area.


Special offers for families Gitschberg Jochtal

Children's area Vals run by the Ski School Jochtal

The large children's area is located slightly above the base station of the Schilling lift in Vals. The children learn to ski in a playful way using 4 magic carpets. The ski course is a fun experience.

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Children's area Meransen run by the Ski School Gitschberg

The well-equipped children's area is located directly in the village of Meransen at the Pobist village lift.

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Children's area Gitschberg run by the Ski School Gitschberg

In addition to the children's area in Meransen, the Ski School Gitschberg operates a small children's area with magic carpets at the exit from the Gitschberg gondola lift.

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Information for families and children
  • Children’s area/separate area for children
  • Wave run for children
  • Adventure course
  • Magic carpet/people mover
  • Children's lifts
  • Child friendly access to lifts
  • Ski kindergarten
  • Ski school for children
  • Child care
  • Playground/park


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