Lofer - Skiing holiday for children and the young at heart
Lofer is all about family. This cosy alpine town close to the German border is an excellent spot for families seeking a holiday destination in quiet, safe and charming surroundings. Lofer is the perfect choice when the skiing holiday is to be on the family's terms.
A fine overview
The Lofer skiing area is pleasantly laid out. Though there are black and red pistes, by far the majority are pistes within the blue category. Moreover, all pistes end up in the same place, namely on a flat area down the valley. This provides peace of mind for parents, as their children shall be very creative to go missing in the terrain.
Cosy atmosphere in abundance
Lofer means snowy and cosy. Here, your ski holiday is easy and straightforward. The children will be in safe hands all day long, occupied with one of the many activities provided. There are rich opportunities to visit the cosy Austrian chalets on your way. And, down in the valley, the adults can complete their day enjoying a foamy glass of draught beer or a cup of hot cocoa, while the children continue their fun in the snow of the small playground area.
Child-friendly family hotels
Our hotel in Lofer is focused on children. Hotel Dax is located in quiet surroundings without noisy after-ski parties or discotheques. This hotel knows how to serve families with children. In addition, the hotel offers favourable standard prices for children up to and including 12 years, and thus the holiday budget is kept under control.
Many activities in Lofer
Lofer provides excellent opportunities for shopping and for dining at cosy restaurants – or trying out exciting activities. Skate a few rounds on the natural ice rink; visit the toboggan run at "Knappenstadl"; or enjoy the view of the winter hiking tracks that branch out (100 km) from the top of the Loferer Alm. Another possibility would be to go torch hiking through the Lamprechtsofen cave by St. Martin, which is the world's largest walk-through cave.
In brief: Lofer is skiing holiday from a children's perspective – and the adults can also participate!