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Kids ski pre-school

The most fun way to try skiing! Karla's Snowland is waiting for everyone! We offer the most special little skiers from 3 to 4 years old to join Karla on her adventure to get better at skiing! 
Every friday we offer a fun ski race for the youngsters to showcase their skills!

Please note: 

there will be no Ski Pre-school courses from the 26th February to the 1st of March organised.

You are welcome to book private lessons on Schlick2000 in Stubai Valley.


* Please read through our cancellation conditions.

  • Please note that children in a Ski Pre-school group should not be wearing nappies.

  • Ski Pre-school starts on Sunday.

  • Ski Pre-school time: 10:00 to 12:00. 

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

  • In order to keep your child engaged in the lesson, we kindly ask parents of the little ones not to stay around during the course, rather, to watch from a distance.

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

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


Have you ever watched those tiny tots on skis, barely taller than the ski poles themselves, and wondered, “How do they do it?” Well, let me tell you, it's not just adorable but also incredibly beneficial for them. Today, we're going to chat about ski pre-school courses for 3-4-year-olds and why they're such a great idea.

Why start skiing at such a young age?

I know what you're thinking – 3 or 4 years old seems really young to start skiing, right? But here's the thing: at this age, kids are like sponges. They soak up new skills quickly and easily. Skiing helps them develop balance, coordination, and, yes, even a bit of courage. It’s not just about skiing - it’s about building a foundation for physical activity and learning that trying new things can be fun!

The magic of pre-school Ski Courses

Pre-school ski courses aren’t your typical ski lessons. They’re designed with little learners in mind, focusing on play and enjoyment. Imagine your child learning to ski through games, songs, and fun activities. It’s not about perfecting technique; it’s about moving, laughing, and enjoying the snow. These courses often use colorful equipment and characters to make learning more engaging - think of it as a snowy playground where every snowball and slide is a step towards learning how to ski.

Safety and comfort: Top priorities

Now, let’s talk about the two big concerns: safety and comfort. First off, these courses are led by instructors who are not just skilled in skiing, but also in working with young children. They know how to make lessons safe, engaging, and age-appropriate. And as for the cold - well, proper gear is a game-changer. Warm boots, waterproof suits, and helmets make the experience comfortable and safe. So, no worries about your little ones turning into snowmen!

Building confidence and social skills

Here’s a little secret: ski pre-school courses are about more than just skiing. They're a fantastic way for kids to build confidence and social skills. Imagine your child proudly telling you about their day on the slopes or the new friend they made. It’s an opportunity for them to step out of their comfort zone, but in a safe and supportive environment.

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