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School Ski Trip to Gerlitzen

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Ideal for beginners and intermediates

Modern lift system

Friendly and flexible ski school

Resort Information

Gerlitzen is a small, quiet resort that is incredibly child friendly, making it a great choice for a school ski trip to Austria. Well-groomed runs, cosy mountain huts and the relative rarity of having to queue for lifts make a school ski trip to Gerlitzen a wonderful experience for the whole group. And, despite its small size, it has a great ski pedigree - it's the home of Winter Olympic gold medallist Matthias Mayer.

Resort
Facts

Beginner
29%

Intermediate
64%

Advanced
7%

Total Piste

45 km

Top Piste Altitude

1911 m

Longest Run

7 km

Transfer time to resort

1 hour 15 mins from Ljubljana, 2.5 hours from Salzburg, 3 hours from Treviso

Vertical drop

911 m

Glacier

No

No. lifts

15

Snow making coverage

95%

Snow Park

No

Skiing Information

The 45km of slopes provide great progression with a variety of shorter and longer blues, as well as a good selection of reds. The size of the ski area provides enough variety while also being small enough that teachers can keep track of where all their groups are on the mountain. The ski school are very used to dealing with school groups and are very flexible and accommodating to their specific needs. The gondola is just a 10-minute drive from the hotel.

Very good for intermediate skiers.

- Aylesbury High School

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0115 9407 185

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This excellent family run hotel is set up specifically for groups and offers rooms sleeping 2 or more all with private facilities (shower and WC) and with single/double rooms for group leaders. The hotel boasts three dining rooms; a ‘Stuberl’ with open fire; disco; games room; table tennis; karaoke; TV/video/seminar room and bar. The restaurant offers a buffet style breakfast and a three course dinner served at the table. Evening entertainment can be organised on request e.g. disco, bowling, Pizza in Italy, swimming at a thermal spa, curling (including instruction) and going to an ice hockey match in Villach (Austria’s Champions 2006).