Skischool Ausser HirscheggWelcome!
How to find us
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT FROM MANY OTHER SKI SCHOOLS IN THE KLEINWALSERTAL?
We offer ski-in directly from the ski school, for both advanced and beginners.
The Hubertus lift with its red slope starts opposite the ski school and is the ideal entry into the valley ski area. From there you can go in one direction to Mittelberg to the Walmendinger Horn and in the other direction you can take the shuttle bus to our local mountain, the Ifen.
THE SLOPE IS THE DESTINATION
Our sunny children’s area with magic carpet and lounge is right next to the ski school. “The slope is the goal” is our motto for all beginners, not just in the children’s area. The children gradually learn the technical skills with which they can quickly get from the children’s area via the practice lift to the blue slope of the Parsen. Adult beginners also benefit from these conditions, which ideally support gradual learning. And all of this within a radius of 100 meters.
As a ski school, we want to pass on our own passion for skiing to everyone – but especially to children – and therefore, in addition to learning how to ski correctly and safely, the joy and fun of this sport is our top priority.
> Our ski area in Kleinwalsertal and Oberstdorf
Book your ski course conveniently online!
Use the advantages of online booking:
- Little or no waiting time when starting the course.
- Your course tickets are ready when you arrive at the ski school office.
- Secured course participation.
- You pay securely and conveniently by credit card.
What distinguishes our “Ausser Hirschegg” ski school?
Professional ski instructors
Lessons in small groups
SKI LESSONS WITH THE 2 PHASE MODEL
Our ski instructors use the most effective learning methods and the latest teaching techniques to facilitate the learning process. This includes the segmentation using auxiliary exercises using the 2-phase model (1 – learning a skill, 2 – stabilizing/ automating this skill) using main, auxiliary and motivational exercises for easy learning of the individual learning goals. Of course, this includes clear demonstrations, hands-on exercises, illustrative examples, individual feedback and progressive learning steps.