Ski

Group Children

Skiing in a group

For children and teens from 3-16 years

Ski school groups discover the slopes with plenty of fun and action. In our diverse classes suited to each age group in accordance with the Swiss Snow League, the children learn to ski starting from the basics until they mature into an expert on the slope, in the Snowpark or off-slope in the Swiss Snow Academy. 

Depending on the course level, the lessons take place in the Snowgarden, on Madrisa or on Gotschna/Parsenn. More information on the various levels and locations is available below.

To round off an adventurous week in the snow, ski races are held every Friday morning.

For the very small from 2 years, we offer a taster course in the Snowgarden every afternoon (1.30 pm - 2.20 pm).

Our offer for your for teenagers from 12 years: Freeride und Freestyle Youth Camps

Facts

Course days every day
Recommended course start Sunday or Monday
Full day courses 2 x 2 hours / day
Morning courses 1 x 2 hours / day
Provision from 4 children
Age 3 - 16 years, Snowlino from 2 years
Swiss Snow League from 5 half or 3 full days there is an entry into the Swiss Snow League booklet

Morning ski course

Levels: Kids Village to Red Prince

1 additional day from 3 mornings/full days 55.00 CHF
1 lunch care (inc. food & drink) 23.00 CHF
Season ticket 1’329.00 CHF

All-day ski course

All levels

1 additional day from 3 mornings/full days 69.00 CHF
1 lunch care (inc. food & drink) 23.00 CHF
Season ticket 1'839.00 CHF

Afternoon ski course

Levels: Kids Village to Red Prince

Snowlino (Snowgarden taster day)

Duration price
1 half day
13:30-14:20 CHF

Package (course & ski pass)

You can also book our package for 5, 6, 7 or 8 consecutive course days:

Your child can have lunch together with the ski course participants.

Children are looked after by the snow sports instructor and enjoy playing and drawing with their course mates after lunch.

You can purchase a lunch care voucher at the Ski School office together with your course booking from the online shop.

Courses at Gotschna/Parsenn: Since the resort is rather big, it is difficult for parents to meet their children at lunchtime. We therefore recommend booking lunch care.

Our Kinderland

In our own Swiss Snow Kid's Village your children will enjoy their first steps on skis with Snowli and his friends. The first ride with the conveyor belt and braking are of course part of the programme. In addition, the children learn about the story of Snowli. The Snowgarden is located in the village of Klosters and can therefore easily be reached.

The use of the Snowgarden is free of charge for course participants of the Ski School.

Info

Meeting point 10.10 am / 1.30 pm Snowgarden
Course times 10.15 am-noon / 1.30 pm-3.15 pm
Course ends noon / 3.15 pm Snowgarden

Course contents

So that you can estimate your child's level more easily, the Swiss Snow League Levels with the respective videos are available here to clarify course content:

Info Snowlino course

Meeting point 1.30 pm Snowgarden
Course times 1.30 pm-2.20 pm
Course ends 2.20 pm Snowgarden

Our family mountain

The sunny Madrisa ski resort is very popular amongst small beginners and sun-loving families. The Prättigau sun terrace is the ideal location for beginners and advanced skiers. Here the children learn the first plough curves, how to use the ski lifts and do parallel turns. 

Children from 6 years do require a valid ski pass.

Info

Meeting point 8.45 am assembly point Klosters station
  9 am Madrisa valley station
Course times 9.15 am-11.50 am / 1 pm-3.15 pm
Course ends 11.50 am / 3.15 pm Madrise mountain station
  12.15 pm / 3.30 pm Madrisa valley station
  3.45 assembly point Klosters station

Course contents

So that you can estimate your child's level more easily, the Swiss Snow League Levels with the respective videos are available here to clarify course content:

Gotschna/Parsenn - The classic

Here, in the biggest ski resort in Davos Klosters, we teach advanced levels for skiers who are already able for parallel skiing. The children will never lose their passion for skiing, for this is the right place to start! Here they learn the basics of jumping, short turns and carving, as well as how to ski backwards and they make their first attempts on the box. Do you prefer freestyle, freeride, racing or all disciplines? We’ll find out at the Swiss Snow Academy.  

Since the resort is rather big, it is difficult for parents to meet their children at lunchtime. We therefore recommend booking lunch care. Also only full days can be booked.

Children from 6 years do require a valid ski pass.

Info

Meeting point 9 am assembly point Klosters station
Course times 9.15 am-noon / 1 pm-3.30 pm
Course ends 3.30 pm assembly point Klosters station

Course contents

So that you can estimate your child's level more easily, the Swiss Snow League Levels with the respective videos are available here to clarify course content: