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Kids ski courses

The most fun way to learn skiing! Karla's Snowland is waiting for everyone! We offer young skiers from 5 years old all the way up to teenage shredders to join Karla in Karla's Snowland on her adventure to get better at skiing! 
Every Friday we offer a fun ski race to show your skills!

Katzenkopf Leutasch Karla

* Please read through our cancellation conditions.

  • Min. 4 children in a group and max. 8 children.

  • Ski Courses start on Sunday.

  • Advanced skiers can join the course throughout the week.

  • Groups are organised by ability and age (5 to 11 years olds and 12 to 16 year olds).

  • Thursday/ Friday - race day.

  • Ski course time: half day-10:00 to 12:00 and full day- 10:00 to 12:00 and 13:00 to 15:00.

  • Lunch is served at the local restaurant. Lunch consists of: a main course, a drink (water or ski water) and a desert. 

  • Meeting point: in front of the ski school office, 15min. before the start of the course.

  • Price of the ski course does not include the rental of equipment. You can rent here: Ski- und Snowboardverleih - Katzenkopf Leutasch 

  • Children up to 5 years old do not require a lift ticket. 

  • From 6 years old children need a lift ticket and it is not included in the price of the ski course. You can find the prices of lift tickets here: Katzenkopf Leutasch 

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Skiing stands as more than a mere winter activity; it's a vital tool in fostering both the physical prowess and mental agility of children. As the first snowflakes herald the beginning of the ski season, discerning parents actively seek enriching experiences to enhance their children's winter months. Ski courses for children are not just a phenomenal way to engage in physical exercise; they are a holistic educational platform. These courses impart crucial life skills, resilience, and a sense of adventure.

Delving into the essence of these kids ski courses, we find a unique blend of discipline, fun, and learning. They play a pivotal role in shaping young minds, fostering a spirit of perseverance, and encouraging a healthy lifestyle. In this article, we will comprehensively explore the multifaceted benefits of children's ski courses. We'll examine their profound impact on character building, discuss the invaluable lessons learned both on and off the slopes, and provide essential tips for preparing young skiers for a rewarding and safe winter sports experience.

Why skiing is great for kids

Think of skiing as not just a sport, but a life-changing adventure for kids. It's amazing how sliding down snowy slopes can teach them so much about life. When kids ski, they're not just having fun - they're building strength, in their muscles and in their character too. It’s about picking themselves up after a tumble, learning that a little grit goes a long way. Each turn and jump on the ski slopes teaches them about perseverance, facing their fears, and the thrill of trying something new.

Off the slopes, these experiences shape them in remarkable ways. They become more confident in their skiing abilities and also in themselves. They learn to make decisions quickly and confidently - these skills are so important in everyday life. And let's not forget the responsibility they learn by taking care of their equipment and looking out for others on the slopes.

Preparing young skiers is much more than just wrapping them up in warm clothes. It's all about equipping them with the right mindset. Teach them that safety is key, or that being aware of their surroundings is so important. Show them how to balance pushing their limits with having a great time. It's this blend of fun, learning, and safety that turns a skiing experience into a life lesson. And trust me, these lessons stick with kids, shaping them into well-rounded, resilient individuals ready to take on the world, one snowy slope at a time.
 

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