Family package ‘Legendary’

4 to 8 day stay incl. Ski pass for all the family

There is so much packed in. When you and your family toy with the thought of heading off for a few days to enjoy some great skiing, that’s when the "Family Package LEGENDARY" in Heiligenblut is just the ticket. You will enjoy real ski fun for all the family and with the Grossglockner Snowman ticket is available for your children up to the age of 10, for just € 4.- a day. You also get 3 - 7 nights in your preferred category, so nothing stands in the way of your family ski holiday.

All-inclusive

  • 4-8 days / with ski pass
  • Winter fun for all the family
  • 3-7 nights in your preferred category
  • 2-6 day ski pass in the Grossglockner/Heiligenblut ski area
  • With the Grossglockner Snowman card children up to the age of 10 (incl. D.O.B. 2010) enjoy daytime travel for just EUR 4.-

‘From’ prices are calculated for 2 adults + 1 child up to the age of 10 and are based on off-season prices; discount for children

4 to 8 day ski holiday in Heiligenblut for whole family

from € 420,- p.family

  Bookable from 21.12.2019 - 13.04.2020

  • 4 to 8 day stay in your preferred category
  • 4 to 8 day ski pass for Grossglockner/Heiligenblut
  • Grossglockner Snowman Card for children up to the age of 10 (incl. D.O.B. 2010)

and many more inclusive services...

Skiregion Hohe Tauern
Hof 4
9844 Heiligenblut

Tel.: +43(0)4824 2700
Fax.: +43(0)4824 2700 4
E-Mail: info@skihohetauern.at

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