For the youngest guests, the Matrei Ski School has conceived something special.

In our school every child instantly has a new friend. Ski instructor is here just a collective term for the new sports friends of your little ones, and they are all trained to the highest level for working with children. Social skills instead of “outdoor learning”.

Bambini 1

For our 3 and 3 and a half year old children, we offer 1 hour lessons from 12.00 pm to 12.50 pm for €40,- (excl. equipment). The price including equipment is €48,-. The number of participants ranges from min. 2 to max. 5 children.

Bambini 2

For our 4 and 5 year old children, we offer 2 hours of lessons daily from 9.50 am to 11.50 am. The number of participants is min. 4 children.
1/2 day- 1×2 h- € 50,-
2/2 days- 2×2 h- € 90,-
3/2 days- 3×2 h- € 115,-
4/2 days- 4×2 h- € 130,-
5/2 days- 5×2 h- € 145,-

Junior workshop for children

This course is aimed at 4 to 13 year old children. The course times run from 9.50 am to 11.50 am and from 1.00 pm to 3.00 pm.
1 day – € 65,-
2 days – € 125,-
3 days- € 155,-
4 days- € 165,-
5 days- € 175,-

Kid’s terrain

The at Matrei/Goldried Ski School works according to modern safety standards. Our 33m magic carpet in East Tyrol is one of a kind, upon which the youngest can be transported to the top quickly and safely. Furthermore, you’ll only find the ski carousel with us – a huge source of fun for all our little skiers…

Safety standard

Our snow sports instructors undergo regular special training. A maximum danger control further guarantees the child-friendly design of the terrain. With help from name badges, unified ski instructor clothing and symbol boards, children and their parents who are unfamiliar with the area will find the right way without any problems.

Lunchtime Care

We are happy to offer lunchtime care for our smallest guests. This costs €13.- per person and includes a warm meal, a drink and personal care over lunchtime.

The Psychological Aspect

A concept developed in cooperation with children, parents, ski instructors, child psychologists and advertising experts under the sponsorship of the ITS (Interest Grouping of Tirol Ski Schools), with the primary aim of making skiing child-friendly on both a practical, methodical and theoretical, psychological level. The central figure is BOBO the penguin, who together with his animal friends, learns to ski with the children, so to speak. An entertaining and varied story is the basis for the necessary technical components, with an equal balance of braking and steering exercises, and conveys key terms for Alpine skiing in a playful and child-friendly way. And this leads to a sweeping success!!

Important information – please read!

Do children have to wear a helmet?
The risk of children getting injured is small. Upon contact with lifts and other apparatus, in the event of collisions or if your child is lying on the ground, the head is at the greatest relative risk. For this reason, we offer you the possibility of renting a suitable helmet with us at the ski school office or, of course, alternatively at the ski hire company.
From what age can children join the ski school?
Your children can take their first ski steps from the age of 3. For 4 and 5-year-old beginners, we also offer a test card.
Do children need ski poles?
Beginner children do not need any poles. Advanced children are given ski poles to take with them.
Do children need a ski pass?
For children under 5, the use of lift equipment is free of charge. More information on reductions can be found on the homepage of the Matrei/Goldried mountain railways.
What clothing should children wear for skiing?
Children should always have weather-appropriate clothing, gloves, hats, as well as sunglasses (ski goggles) and sun cream with them. High-cut ski trousers with a separate jacket are ideal for smaller children, as they can be quickly removed in warmer weather conditions or for games, or the clothing underneath can be individually adjusted.
Accessibility of parents?
As well as their ski pass and their ski school card (and also their care card if applicable), children should carry a telephone number for their parents or for their accommodation.
Where do the children meet? Where does the ski course end?
We ask parents and children to inform themselves about precise meeting and end points and to remember them. Principally, children always meet in Bobo’s Kids’ Club at the given course times: 9.50 am to 11.50 am or 1.00 pm to 3.00 pm.
When does the final race take place?
The final race takes place on Thursday morning. The ski instructor will be happy to provide you with information about the exact times for each group. The award ceremony takes place in the afternoon at 3.15 pm on the children’s terrain.
Included with the course...
Name badges, medals, safety vests, performance pass, drinks, races with speed measuring and start numbers are included with the course.
Map of the piste
KINDERLAND mit BOBOHier ein Überblick der Treffpunkte

At +43 4875 6080 you can book your next course

By the way! If you book a course AND the ski hire, you receive a 10% discount on the ski hire!