Become a ski instructor in Hochzeiger

A true Alpine Paradise

About Hochzeiger

Hochzeiger – an idyllic ski resort nestled in the heart of the Austrian Alps! Situated near the town of Jerzens, Hochzeiger offers a perfect blend of breathtaking scenery and thrilling skiing opportunities. With a network of 9 modern lifts, including chairlifts and gondolas, visitors are whisked up to the resort’s highest point at 2450 meters above sea level. From there, skiers and snowboarders can enjoy exploring a variety of slopes covering approximately 54 kilometers of terrain. Hochzeiger caters to skiers and snowboarders of all levels, with a good mix of blue, red, and black runs. Beginners can hone their skills on gentle slopes while more advanced riders can tackle challenging descents and off-piste areas.

The ski school leaders managers are known to be tough for the first week or two, as a way to instill discipline and get the respect of the newcomers. But do not be fooled. Behind this front are some incredibly sweet people that show their softer side as soon as the season begins. It’s a tight-knit community and you’ll get the chance to become a part of it.

 

 

The Instructor Life

One of the highlights of Hochzeiger is its terrain park, offering features suitable for freestyle enthusiasts of all abilities. From jumps and rails to boxes and jibs, there’s something for everyone to enjoy and progress their skills. In addition to traditional skiing and snowboarding, Hochzeiger also offers opportunities for winter hiking, snowshoeing, and tobogganing, ensuring there’s plenty of fun to be had both on and off the slopes. With its stunning alpine vistas, well-groomed slopes, and range of activities, Hochzeiger provides an unforgettable winter experience for visitors seeking adventure in the Austrian Alps. If you want to learn more about what life is like as a ski instructor, check out our blogs! 

 

Become a ski instructor in Hochzeiger

  • Altitude range for skiing: From 1450 to 2450 meters
  • Terrain composition: 30% intermediate, 57% advanced, 13% expert
  • Piste length within the Hochzeiger area: 54 kilometers
  • Total slope length in the Hochzeiger ski area: 138 kilometers
  • Skiable terrain area: 177 hectares
  • Longest run available: 7 kilometers
  • Number of lifts: 9 lifts
  • Terrain parks: 1 terrain park
  • Located at the heart of the Pitztal Valley in the Tyrolean Alps
  • Vibrant nightlife with cozy bars and traditional Austrian restaurants
  • Glacier skiing opportunities nearby at the Pitztal Glacier, offering year-round skiing experiences

 

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