SKI CLUBS GROUP HOLIDAYS IN AUSTRIA
We offer specialist services to ski clubs looking to try new areas in Austria or finding group accommodation for their club members in their preferred resorts. Understanding the needs of large groups, made up of experienced and passionate skiers and snowboarders is the key to finding a destination that suits their requirements. Austria has numerous big ski areas, many of which are off the scope of the traditional operators and we know them all through experience.
VALUE FOR SKI CLUBS
Alongside the best skiing in the Alps, Austria also offers some of the very best value for money of any ski nation. Selling a group ski holiday to individual ski club members is always easier when value for money is clear.
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DISCOVER NEW SKI AREAS WITH YOUR SKI CLUB
Ski club trip planners may well have a good idea on where they want to take their ski club, they may have no idea or something in-between. When it comes to Austria then we have skied all the ski holiday resorts of any size across the entire country and have sent many groups to areas they have not previously experienced before. With so many undiscovered ski areas in this vast ski nation then what is key is to understand the need of the ski club members and then offer options based on first-hand experience. Working with the trip planner(s) we can help ski clubs to discover some of the truly outstanding ski areas that remain the closely guarded secrets of the locals. Activities off the slopes are also key to a fully enjoying a destination and again we are on-hand to offer activity options off the slopes. Group ski discounts for accommodation, ski hire, lift passes and off slope activities are regularly obtained.
SKI GROUPS NEWS
- November 12, 2011
Corporate ski portal launches
- October 13, 2011
Corporate ski trips – flocking to Austria
- September 16, 2011
FIS ski events for corporate groups in Austria
- March 10, 2010
In from the cold of Davos
- March 6, 2010
Heavy snow in the Arlberg and beerrrrrrr in Davos
- March 5, 2010
Zeas to gruezi – swapping the incomprehensible Tirolean for the unfathomable Swiss German