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Junior Ski Race

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Race Courses for young racers and skiers who have outgrown ski school

Now you can enjoy your skiing knowing that the kids are enjoying theirs. Junior Race begins where many ski schools finish and continues through to club, regional, national and international level.

Junior Race is not just about racing. It’s also about developing a sound toolbox of skills along with making ski racing fun.

Junior Race Courses are suitable for all levels from those with little or no racing experience that have outgrown ski school to experienced racers.

“You have had a thoroughly positive impact on my son. He has decided he is going to live in France, work in skiing and of course appear in numerous Olympics! It is an absolute pleasure to see him so fired up and able to identify with something that he feels he can do and aspire to”


“What a difference the Snoworks philosophy of ‘Racing Open’ has made. This along with allowing the freedom for each child to develop their own style has completely changed the way we look at ski racing”

Minimum requirements for this course:
Competent on Reds and Blacks with the ability to use “T-bar” lifts unaided

Age: 8 – 16 years

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Essential Information

Time of Year
School holidays
Days Per Week
5 days, Monday to Friday
Hours Per Day
Full days autumn & summer, half & full days winter. Times may vary.
Skiers per group
Maximum 10 (assistants used where necessary)
Purchase in resort
Ski Equipment
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OFF PISTE Safety Equipment

Perched high in the Austrian Tyrol the glacier offers exceptional training facilities in the autumn. You can stay low down in the valley and drive directly to the glacier each day. At the foot of the glacier is an excellent self service restaurant. Park up, grab a quick coffee, get changed, step outside and start training. We trained here for the first time in 2018 and experienced excellent conditions. 2019 will see the start of our brand new Race Camps in Kaunertal.


The best option is to fly and drive. Fly into Innsbruck, hire a car and it’s just over 1 hours drive.
Book your own accommodation anywhere in the valley. There are numerous villages on the way to the glacier. The closest being Feichten. Check out and airbnb for the best deals.