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For beginners and less experienced skiers, South Tyrol has 63 ski schools, with more than 1,200 highly qualified ski instructors on hand to teach enthusiasts of all ages both the basic and advanced skills needed to enjoy winter sports to the full in complete safety.

Ski schools are graded according to the quality of instruction, care, specialization and amenities offered for children, from Gold, to Silver and Bronze. Each of the villages in the Dolomiti Superski area has one or several ski schools. It is recommended that learners book their ski school in advance. Many schools enable you to do this online.

The region abounds with facilities for children, including mini ski clubs and ski kindergartens, where parents who want to enjoy a little ‘me time’ can leave their offspring in the most capable hands. Individual resorts offer a mix of instruction and entertainment for children and youths, including single and group instruction and ski tours. Families looking to learn together should consider the Alpe di Siusi/Seiseralm mountain plateau (www.alpedisiusi.info) as it is great for beginners, with gentle, confidence building slopes and spectacular vistas of the Dolomites. There are even teachers specializing in teaching families.

Neighbouring Val Gardena/Gröden (www.valgardena.it) offers special ski schools for children as well as ski lifts for children and is featured by Inghams. With free skiing in the Dolomiti Superski area for children aged up to eight this winter and a discount for those between eight and 16 when accompanied by their parents, there has never been a better time to try skiing as a family.