BIG Family Action Days

Date: 18 Feb. & 19 Feb 2023
Venue: Eisgrat mountain station, 2,900m
Place: 6167, Neustift im Stubaital
Topics: Family Camp, freestyle skiing, avalanche awareness, freeskiing, snow park action
02/18/ - 02/19/2023
09:15 am

At the BIG FAMILY Action Days on 18 and 19 February 2023 on the Stubai Glacier, certified mountain and ski guides as well as park coaches trained by Freeski Austria will show you how kickers and rails as well as deep snow won’t have to be shunned by anyone.

During the BIG FAMILY Action Days, children from 10 years and their parents can make new skiing and snowboarding experiences with pros in the park and/or in powder snow during a whole weekend. They will learn the required techniques and will also be taught what they have to know about safety and equipment.  

Learning cool tricks, making awesome jumps and leaving one’s tracks in the backcountry are just as much fun with your mum and/or dad as with friends. Whether you spend a day in the park or powder or want to enjoy the whole weekend of the BIG FAMILY Action Days, you will be introduced to new adventures.


 Saturday, 18 Feb. 2023, Park Day
++   8:45 a.m. – meeting point: Eisgrat base station
++   uphill ride to the Stubai Zoo, equipment check and equipment tips
++   warm-up games and park rules, preparation for the first tricks
++  boxes, rails and kickers – how to work on a new obstacle
++  risk minimisation and safety in the park
++ plenty of fun during big and small jumps up to 3:30 p.m.

 Sunday, 19 Feb. 2023, Powder Day
++ 8:45 a.m. – meeting point: Eisgratbahn base station
++ distribution of avalanche transceivers and equipment, warm-up and getting-to-know  games 
++ Powder Department checkpoints and playful learning of the use of the avalanche transceivers and the equipment
++ first ride beyond the piste and into the backcountry  
++ riding technique tips for powder snow, positioning and ski direction in the backcountry
++ off into the backcountry – Powder Runs
++ freeriding tips for parents with children
++ risk management and tactics for skiing/snowboarding off-piste
++ even more powder and action until the lifts close

Suitable for children and youths from 10 years and their parents; children from 10 to 14 years exclusively if accompanied by an adult; 14+ years also without adult. 
All have to be good skiers or snowboarders and must be able to ride black pistes.


  • ski/snowboard clothes
  • helmets compulsory for all (back protectors recommended)
  • if available, all-mountain or freeride skis – somewhat broader skis for children for more buoyant force
  • rucksack for emergency equipment (avalanche transceiver, probe and shovel  are provided)

Rental skis/snowboards, boots etc. are available at the Intersport shops on the mountain and in the valley. 

Participation fee per person (adults, children) and day: EUR 19 (if valid ski pass is available)
Lift passes can be bought at the ticket offices, the ticket machines or online.
Included in the fee are: powder guiding by certified mountain and ski guides, park coaching as well as rental emergency equipment (avalanche transceiver, probe, shovel)

Minimum number of participants: 4, maximumum number: 18. First come. First serve.

Participation is possible on one or both days. The currently valid Covid-19 measures apply (3G-rule and compulsory mask wearing in lifts).

Enquiries and registrations via e-mail to 

Subject to changes!