Austria’s top ski resorts for families (Part 2)

Fügen-Kaltenbach in Zillertal

515 km of sliding road, 580 m – 3,250 m

Ski resorts at Fügen-Kaltenbach – Spieljoch and Hochfügen-Zillertal – are among the 20 best ski resorts for families in the Alps. If your family has children from 3 months old – 7 years old, there will be private teachers who care for each family member to have the best experience.

Not only that, there is a movie theater and a children’s restaurant in addition to the rink. After having experienced skiing with great things, you can relax in the spa in Fügen. The pool has a separate children’s play area, an additional playroom and a 133-meter-long slide.

Instructions for moving:

If from Frankfurt you take the train to Fügen-Hart im Zillertal station, and change trains at Munich and Jenbach stations with the train journey takes about 5 hours 27 minutes. From Jenbach or Fügen in Zillertal, you take the bus to the hotel and you can take the free transfer bus in Zillertal with Zillertal Superskipass card.

Kitzbühel

Charming and romantic, the walled and walled town of Kitzbühel, in the Alps between Salzburg and Innsbruck, is undisputed one of Asia’s most lovely towns and is closest to the glamor of luxury resorts in Switzerland. But aside from luxury hotels, smart shops and upscale cuisine, Kitzbühel is an athlete’s dream, and its traditional town is more appealing to non-ski family members. Ski racing fans know Kitzbühel for Hahnenkamm every year, the hardest of all downhill skiing races, on the terrain that reaches 85 percent along the places. But 170 slip kilometers and slopes have a lot for all skill levels, as well as the additional charm of cute little mountain huts scattered along them, where you can stop to warm up consciousness for drink and snacks.

Skiing is located in three areas: Kitzbüheler Horn; Hahnenkamm is much bigger; and the Bichlalm, a small area for free people. In additiona take a short bus to Kitzbühel to SkiWelt, an additional 280 km of trails are served by 90 elevators. Both are included in Kitzbühel Alps AllStarCard nine regions. New for the 2017/2018 season, Kitzbühel has added an eight-speed detachable armchair with bubble covers and heated seats. Although Kitzbühel abounds in luxury hotels and attracts its share of glitterati, it also has a lot of small family-run inns for budget travelers.