Ski Schools in Going-Ellmau
Learn to ski in Going-Ellmau
Going and Ellmau are beautiful small villages in the Kitzbüheler Alps, only 1h away from Innsbruck and 1.5h from Munich and Salzburg. The ski resort of Going-Ellmau is part of the biggest ski resort in Austria, SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental, where you’ll find smaller resorts in Brixen im Thale, Hopfgarten, Itter, Kelchsau, Scheffau, Söll and Westendorf. Going and Ellmau both lie at the bottom of the Wilder Kaiser mountain (2334m), but skiing takes place on the Astberg (1267m), the Hartkaiser and the Brandstadl.
The ski resorts surrounding Going and Ellmau are perfect for first-time skiers and families with children. The ski schools in Going-Ellmau offer numerous lessons for beginners and the slopes used in these courses, all on the Hartkaiser mountain, range from easy to moderate. The meeting point for participants will most likely be directly in the respective ski school office in Ellmau and close to a the valley station of a lift.
Children, aged 3 and over, can of course also participate in the ski lessons in Going-Ellmau. They’ll be placed in small groups in order for the instructors to be able to focus on each child individually. In their training area, where a magic carpet will help them get up the slopes, they will make a lot of progress in no time. Additionally, you also have the possibility to book lunch for your child.
The best ski schools in Going-Ellmau
Skischule Ellmau Hartkaiser: This ski school offers high-quality lessons and even a ski hire service.
That’s special about ski lessons in Going-Ellmau
As the slopes at this ski resort are rather easy, Going-Ellmau is perfect for beginners and families with children. In addition, the ski resort is in a snow safe area which means that you can be sure to find a lot of snow on the slopes. You’ll find many training areas where you may practice your newly learned skills before hitting the slopes. Ski lessons are offered in three different languages: Dutch, English and German. In this stunning scenery, you also have to go up to the mountain station of the Hartkaiser cable car: an impressive view on the Wilder Kaiser is guaranteed!