Popular with British families since the ’60s, Obergurgl is a charming, high-altitude resort with magnificent scenery, a long ski season and cheerful après-ski.
Not every day is a perfect blue sky day with beautifully groomed pistes; there are lots of hazards out there on the mountain.
The Tirol’s capital is ringed with ski areas that serve up a mouthwatering range of ski terrain. Add the interest of the city itself and you’ve got a unique ski destination.
Ski Juwel is the low-key, low-cost ski area that links the Alpbachtal and the Wildschonau, and is home to one of the prettiest villages in the Alps.
The Zugspitz Arena is an alliance of six cute villages offering gentle pistes, good ski schools and reasonable prices.
Most tweenagers are crying out for a bit of adventure and their first taste of independence. A ski holiday offers both, in spades.
Reasonable prices, fast lifts, and some scintillating, top-to-bottom pistes make the Skiwelt a canny choice for intermediates.