School Ski Trips to Ziller Valley, Austria
“There are five incredible ski areas,
with a top altitude of 3,250m and over 660km of skiing”
Prices from £719 per person - see inclusions
8 day, 5 night tours from
Price based on 44 paying passengers and 5 free places, travelling in December 2015.
Every element of a Rayburn Ski trip will be tailor-made to your group’s exact requirments. Please take our standard inclusions as a guide and get in touch for your tailor-made quotation.Get a Quote
- Access to five ski areas
- Accommodation ideally located in the valley
- An abundance of après activities
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Situated in the heart of the Tyrolean Alps, boasting over 660km of first class pistes, the Ziller Valley offers some of the region’s most varied skiing. Your ski pass covers all five ski areas of Mayrhofen, Kaltenbach/Hochzillertal, the Zillertal Arena, Fügen and Hintertux Glacier. With such an abundance of pistes, skiers will be spoilt for choice whatever their ability levels.
The Ziller Valley has many traditional Tyrolean villages on offer, each with its own lively après ski scene. Our accommodation is located right in the valley, in the villages of Fügen, Uderns and Zell am Ziller, all offering ideal bases with everything you need to keep your pupils entertained.
|Kilometres of Piste||668km|
|Coach Transfer Times||Calais - 13hrs
Innsbruck - 1hr
“Great snow, great skiing, great instructors - the students had an amazing time!”
Customer Favourite: Gasthof Café Zillertal
- Large traditional hotel
- Large meeting rooms, private bar and restaurant
- Superb group feedback on the hotel and food
As far as Austrian school hotels go, the Gasthof Zillertal is one of our most popular. The large hotel works perfectly for groups, with large meeting areas, a private bar with dance floor as well as a large restaurant with tasty Tyrolean cuisine.
The hotel is located at the head of the Ziller Valley, which means all the ski resorts are within easy reach, as is the local water park. In addition, Innsbruck is only 30 minutes away.
Après Ski Options
Call 01332 347 828 to discuss your après preferences with an expert school ski Trip Consultant who will be happy to advise you, below are some of our most popular options.
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