Pitztal Austria


Type of offer:






Ski training:




Ski trip


7 days

3-10 November 2018

HB included





Panoramic location

price per 1 person

590 euro

Hotel / HB  / Skipass

Children from 270 euro

Hotel / HB / Skipass

Gallery / Video




HSKI Ski School every year organizes ski trips to Alps and Dolomites. This year we have the pleasure to invite you to Austria, to famous Pitztal glacier, where we will train groups of adults, teens and children.


Łukasz Guńka


Former member of national team

Master of Polish Instructors 2011, 2012, 2014

Aleksandra Kluś


The Olympic Games in Sochi 2014

Master of Polish Instructors 2015

Mateusz Habrat


Academic World Master in Skicross!

Bartek Gąsienica-Józkowy


Master of Polish Instructors 2015 and 2016

Program for children




Ski Training is made in groups of maximum 8 people according to detailed program below, on ski slopes in Pitztal.


BASIC GROUPS – ski training takes place on blue pistes


INTERMEDIATE GROUPS – ski training takes place on red and black pistes


RACE GROUPS – training takes place with poles, on giant slalom piste



Activities are led according to innovative program of training for children.


At the end of training, every child passes appropriate level by gaining HSKI Penguin Club awards. Thanks to it, child improves skills and results are put into index.


Awards of HSKI Penguin Club



At the end of ski course, children take part in ski race, competing on appointed giant slalom run with electronic time measurement.


After ski race there is handing of cups, medals, diplomas, rewards and great prize ceremony in hotel.



Every day, according to program, after ski activities children go to Hotel where they have organized animations in HSKI Penguin Club under the custody of instructors.


Activities have every day different formula and character, so the program is remarkably attractive and diverse.

For adults


















Activities are conducted according to innovative program of training for adults.


Training is led in groups:
– Basic
– Intermediate
– Advanced / Race – ski race trainings


During training you will meet special guest who will present many precious remarks!

















After ski training on slope there is a video analysis of pistes what makes ski course more effective and the results – impressive.


Video analysis is conducted by leading instructor.



14.00 – 20.00  Arrival to Hotel Sailer

till 20.00 Dinner

21.00 Organizational meeting

Sunday – Monday – Tuesday – Wednesday – Thursday

7.30 – 8.30  Breakfast

8.40  Departure on ski slopes

10.00 – 14.00  Ski training for children and adults in groups / short break for a lunch

14.00 – 16.00  Opportunity to ski individually / return to hotel

16.00 – 18.30 Free time / sauna / spa / walks through valley

18.30 – 20.00 Dinner

20.00 – 21.30 Video analysis of activities on ski slope in groups


7.30 – 8.30 Breakfast

8.40 Departure on ski slope

10.00 – 12.00 Ski race for children and adults

12.00 – 14.00 Ski training for children and adults in groups / short break for a lunch

14.00 – 16.00 Opportunity to ski individually / return to hotel

16.00 – 18.30 Free time / sauna / spa / walks through valley

18.30 – 20.30 Dinner

21.00 Great prize ceremony in hotel


7.30 – 8.30   Breakfast

8.30 – 10.00  Checkout from hotel and return to Poland


* We inform that there are no language requirements on which the use of services included in program depends on.
** Services included in program are not available for people with reduced mobility.

Detailed program


14.00 – 20.00
Arrival to hotel

till 20.00

Organizational meeting

Sunday <-> Thursday

7.30 – 8.30

On ski slopes

10.00 – 14.00
Ski training
children and adults

14.00 – 16.00
Individual skiing
return to hotel

16.00 – 18.30
Free time
sauna / spa

18.30 – 20.00

20.00 – 21.30
Video analysis


7.30 – 8.30

on ski slopes

10.00 – 12.00
Ski race
children and adults

12.00 – 14.00
Ski training
children and adults

14.00 – 16.00
Individual skiing
return to hotel

16.00 – 18.30
Free time
sauna / spa

18.30 – 20.30

Great prize ceremony


7.30 – 8.30

8.30 – 10.00
Checkout from hotel



– Comfortable, spacious rooms
– Wellness area, sauna
– Facilities for children
– Delicious breakfasts and dinners

Hotel Sailer is situated in Pitz Valley, in Wenns. Thanks to free skibus one can get to ski resorts located on the highest glacier in Tirol – Pitztal Glacier. Drive to glacier takes about 35 minutes.
Hotel Sailer is very cosy and comfortable. At your disposal is playroom for children, winter garden, sunny terrace, bar and restaurant. Wireless Internet is available in the whole area of hotel for 5 EUR / day. Near hotel you will find free parking lot.
Wellness area in hotel offers Finnish sauna, biosauna, steam bath, infrared cabin and outdoor whirlpool. For an extra charge, there is possibility to make use of solarium and massages.
Rooms are spacious and include bathroom with shower and hair-dryer. In rooms you will find TV, radio, telephone and safe. Some of rooms have balconies.
Hotel serves a hearty breakfast in form of buffet. At Guests’ disposal there is a basket of fruits and cake buffet. Dinners contain four meals and include salad buffet.


+43 5414 87 215



Pricelist of training


The price given in euro includes:

Accommodation 7 days – Hotel Sailer

HB – breakfasts and dinners

Pitztal Glacier 6-day skipass

Animations for children

Basic ski insurance

Wellness area / saunas

Parking lot in front of the hotel


The price does not include:

6-day ski training – 850 pln (children / adults)

6-day ski training in offer without hotel – 950 pln (children / adults)

Additional extended ski insurance

Additional cancellation insurance

Climate tax 2,00 eur / day

Returnable deposit for skipass

Massages and solarium

Drinks for dinner


that may occur


Pitztal Glacier is one of the most popular ski resorts in Austria, offering perfect conditions to practise recreational and sport skiing before winter season. It is caused by richness and diversity of ski pistes as well as by guarantee of appropriate snow cover. What is more, ski pistes and infrastructure of ski resort are designed to families with children and fulfill expectations of people skiing on every skill level, also those who practise ski race trainings. It is demonstrated by distinction by Tyrolean quality label of pistes.


Pitztal Ski Resort (1740-3440 m a.s.l.) is the highest glacial area in Austria. It offers 44 kilometres of ski pistes with various degrees of difficulties. Skiers can make use of 12 ski lifts. Opening hours: 8:30-16:30.

International driving license is not obligatory. People under the age of 18 years old cannot drive mechanical vehicles, even if they have driving license. On highways and dual clearways, a vignette is absolutely required. The vignette is a label confirming that the fee for the use of toll roads was paid.

Prices of vignettes from December 2017 are: for one-track vehicles (A category): annual 34,70 EUR, 2-monthly 13,10 EUR, 10-day 5,20 EUR; for cars up to 3,5t (B category): annual 87,30 EUR (valid 14 months: from 1 December 2017 to 31 January 2019 till 24:00), 2-monthly 26,20 EUR, 10-day 9,00 EUR.

Lack of stuck on in appropriate place of windscreen vignette threatens with obligatory purchase of 1-day substitutive vignette in the price of 120 EUR (rigid flat amount results from road traffic regulations). The way and place of attachment of a vignette is shown in graphic form on its reverse. A vignette shall be stuck on left upper corner of windscreen or below rear mirror. A vignette needs to be stuck on, it must not be damaged or pasted. Fact of purchase of a vignette does not give a law to ride through toll roads. This law is gained only after stucking on a vignette in an appropriate place. Not stuck on vignette is treated the same as unstamped ticket in public means of transport. Failing to stop for a control or manipulations with a vignette threaten with additional fine up to 3000 EUR. Vignettes can be purchased on Austrian gas stations, on border crossings of south Poland and on some of gas stations. What is more, on some parts of highways and dual clearways, additional fees for a run may be in force (e.g. tunnel).

Tourists driving cars should expect detailed controls of technical condition of vehicles (especially important: tires, brakes and possession of first aid kit, warning triangle and reflective vest as well as snow chains in winter). For bad technical condition of a vehicle or a lack of basic equipment there may threaten high fines or keeping of plates or even of a car. Obligation of following of speed limits is rigorously enforced. Obligation of fastening seatbelts on all car seats is enforced. Acceptable maximal alcohol content is 0,1 g. Result from 0,1 to 0,49 g is a delinquency that may threaten with a penalty depending on the result of assessment to drive a car – the assessment is done by a policeman. A driver having above 0,5 g of alcohol in blood may be punished with a fine (from 218 to 5813 EUR) and with taking away of driving licence or several-months prison sentence, even if he did not cause an accident.

Prohibition of speaking up the phone without hands-free set while driving is enforced. Additional information for drivers may be found on the website: www.oeamtc.at.

Since 2008, cars, combi vehicles and trucks with laden mass up to 3,5 t have to be equipped with winter tires on all wheels or snow chains on propulsive wheels (snow chains may substitute winter tires only while driving on snow), in winer conditions, in period from 1 November to 15 April. There is prohibition for trucks to ride in festive days and on Saturdays from 15:00 and Sundays from 00:00 to 22:00.


More information you will find on the website: http://polakzagranica.msz.gov.pl/Republika,Austrii,AUT.html

Planning ski trip (regardless of our destination) let’s remember about helmet. HSKI Ski School suggests for every white frenzy lover to be equipped with it. In Poland, skiing with helmet concerns children up to 16 years old. In Austria and all federated states, children up to 15 years old need to wear helmet while skiing. In Italy, a duty to use helmets concerns children up 14 years old – the penalty for skiing without helmet is 200 euro!


Going on a ski trip it is good to acquaint with international code of behaviour for skiers and snowboarders. Thanks to it we will avert many unpleasant situations and accidents on ski pistes.

1. Concern for other people
„Every skier or snowboarder should behave in such a way that he does not cause danger or harm for other person.”
2. A way of skiing and snowboarding as well as control of speed
„Every skier or snowboarder should control the way of running. He should adjust the speed and way of running to his skills, type and condition of slope, weather conditions and traffic intensity.”
3. Choice of running direction
„Skier or snowboarder running from behind has to take such a running track, so that he does not cause danger for skiers and snowboarders running in front of him.”
4. Outrunning
„Skier or snowboarder may outrun other skier or snowboarder from up and from down, from right and left side on condition that he leaves enough space to outrun skier or snowboarder so that he is able to make any, intentional or not,  maneuvers.”
5. Moving off and moving up the slope
„Skier or snowboarder, entering the labelled downhill, moving off after stopping or moving way up the slope, needs to look up and down the slope to be sure that he can do it without danger for himself and for others.”
6. Stopping on the run
„Until it is absolutely necessary, skier or snowboarder must avoid stopping on the downhill track in places with narrowings and places with restricted visibility. After fall in such a place, skier or snowboarder should clear out from the run track as fast as possible.”
7. Coming up and down on foot
„Skier or snowboarder must come up and down on foot only through margin of run.”
8. Adherence to ski signs
„Every skier or snowboarder should apply to ski signs and run marks.”
9. Accidents
„In case of accident, every skier or snowboarder should give first aid to victims.”
10. Duty to reveal identity
„Every skier or snowboarder, wether he is the causer of accident, victim or witness, must in case of accident reveal his personal data.”

HSKI Ski School possesses third-party and accident insurance.


According to Act of November 24, 2017 on package travels and linked travel arrangements, every participant of ski trip organized by HSKI Ski School is covered by basic insurance SIGNAL IDUNA Safe Trips (Europe, Standard, medical expenses 11 000 EUR, including salvage charges 6 000 EUR, accidents 15 000 PLN, with extension of practising of winter sports). Undoubtedly, such insurance may, in some cases, not cover the amount of costs of insurance case. Costs of transport, treatment and hospital stay abroad are very high and counted in thousands of euros. Not all of them are also financed by NHS.


In consideration of the safety and health of participants of ski trips we recommend purchase of voluntary and extended insurance SIGNAL IDUNA Safe Trips (Europe, Super, medical expenses up to 100 000 EUR, accidents up to 100 000 PLN, third-party up to 100 000 EUR, with extension of practising of winter sports).


While planning ski trip, we usually make a booking well in advance. Often, the fortuitous events happen and they are the reason of resignation from the trip. To avoid a loss of costs paid towards the trip, we recommend purchase of cancellation insurance SIGNAL IDUNA Safe Reservations. Such an insurance policy allows, in certain cases, to cover 100% of costs incurred. Contribution rate is not exorbitant and it is worth to include it in a budget of the planned trip.


We remind also that standard insurance policies do not cover costs connected with occurrence of insurance case if it is caused by chronic diseases or cancer. Occurrence of such diseases among participants of ski trip, and in case of cancellation insurance – among their relatives as well, requires purchase of supplementary insurance.


People paying dues for NHS have a right in Austria to use medical care within insurance. It should be remembered, that not all kinds of medical help are available within NHS insurance – among others, people not having appropriate insurance will pay for so called rescue operations (arrival of ambulance, transport oto hospital, etc.).
Going to doctor or hospital, in case of touristic trips, it is necessary to have a document confirming fact of insurance: European Health Insurance Card.

In case of accident or other occurence requiring intervention, you need to call:
– police (tel. 133)
– fire brigade (tel. 122)
– emergency ambulance service (tel. 144)
These calls are free.
There is also universal emergency number – tel. 112, where you can call in any case.


The Embassy of Poland in Austria:
Wien, Hietzinger Hauptstrasse 42 c, 1130
Tel duty: +43 69918070220
Tel: +43 1 87015100
Fax: +43 1 87015222
Email: wieden.amb.sekretariat@msz.gov.pl
WWW: http://www.wieden.msz.gov.pl




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Map of ski pistes

Pitztal Glacier is one of the most popular ski resorts in Austria to practise recreational and sport skiing before winter season. Pitztal Ski Resort (1740-3440 m a.s.l.) is the highest glacial area in Austria. Pitztal offers 44 kilometres of ski pistes with various difficulties, where skiers can use 12 ski lifts. Opening hours: 8:30 do 16:30.


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