Kid's ski schools and special offers
In Pauli's World, you're the star!
The ski schools in Warth-Schröcken have especially concentrated on the needs of children with their offers and infrastructure: childcare during the lunch break between the ski classes is as much a matter of course as the gentle and playful introduction to skiing for small children.
NEW: BP Pauli's Ski Arena
Pauli's Ski Arena is located in a sunny spot at the Salober valley station. The beginner's area with conveyor lifts and rope tows as well as the play area with sliding hill, toboggan run and much more makes kid's hearts beat faster.
There are special highlights for brave skiers, such as the Speedy Hochtannberg [speedy race track], Funny Park, Roten Teufel [red devil], Freeride Fuchs [freeride fox] and much more. This is a perfect learning area, linked directly with the primary lifts and in the direct vicinity of all important infrastructure.
Ambitious ski talents can test their skills on the Lernparcour [learning parcour] and anyone looking for variety can find excellent winter play areas on the sliding hill, the digging hole and the mine. What a fantastic day of skiing!
NEW: The Zauberstab [magic wand] in Pauli's Kinderland
Paul's Kinderland is located directly in Warth near Steffisalp-Express valley station and is optimally tailored to the needs of young skiers. Two conveyor lifts and a rope two help the little ones to ascend before they head back down past little flags, through gates and around an obstacle course.
A fast ride with the Flying Fox or a lengthy playtime to build up energy offer variety.
New this ear is the "Zauberstab" [magic wand], a small device that is attached to the tips of the skis and allows your child to ski in the snowplough position without expending unnecessary energy. You see the success after only a few hours of ski classes!
Learning to ski is really fun here!
Lunch and childcare
Lunch is usually the highlight during ski classes! Your child can meet other kids, a group dynamic is promoted and, since mom and dad aren't right there, the children gain a certain sense of independence.
To ensure that the skiers will be able to start the afternoon ski class refreshed, the ski instructors are always available during lunch. The children can choose a meal and drink of their choice from special "Pauli menus". And paying with the "Pauli Taler" at the end is child's play!
"Pauli Talers" are worth EUR 9.00 and can be purchased in the ski schools. The children's menus cost exactly this amount.