Gasti Snow Park: Huge fun in the Angertal valley
You like skiing or snowboarding yourself and a skiing vacation in Gastein is a highlight in your vacation planning? If you now have small children, you certainly want to pass on your skiing enthusiasm to your offspring!
But it is often very tedious to teach your own children how to ski or snowboard and besides, it is much more fun with people of the same age. From the age of 4, children can basically make their first experiences in skiing, and from about 8 in snowboarding. Before that, however, a snow kindergarten might be a good idea, where the focus is more on fun than on technique, so that they can slowly get to grips with skiing.
GASTI Snow Park in Bad Hofgastein
The Ski & Fun Park at the Angerta Ski Center in Bad Hofgastein was already the largest with 8,000m2. Ideally located as the central hotspot of the Schlossalm-Angertal-Stubnerkogel ski area, it is now being expanded to 10,000m2! Thus, an even larger, more extensive and also more adventurous and action-packed offer is available for your ski stars of tomorrow.
In addition to a stirrup lift, 5 magic carpets, mini jumps, gates and play figures to ride through, a rope lift, another conveyor belt and a carousel have now been added! In the also new Mini-Funslope with Sound High Five the kids can really let off steam and then take a break again at the GASTI Alm - the new Relax & Lunch Area especially for minis!
And if the motivation to ski is missing, then the kids can still let off steam at the snow football, climbing hill and snow tubing.
Gasti Snow Park in Bad Gastein & Dorfgastein
At the valley station of the Stubnerkogelbahn in Bad Gastein, 2 magic carpets and a forest of poles await all beginners, and those who are confident enough can then take the adjacent double chairlift straight to the start of their first big descent.
The GASTI Park of Dorfgastein is located at the valley station of the Gipfelbahn Fulseck. Here, too, you will find 3 bridle carpets, a platter lift and, of course, slalom poles for your first turns.