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Are your children brave enough for the “Ministreif”? Together with the Rote Teufel ski school and landowner Klaus Reisch, we have created a skills course which has it all, located at the Ganslernbahn in the Kizbühel | Kirchberg ski area.
Sections such as the “Mausefalle” (mousetrap), the “Gams”, the “Tretorgel” on the Seidlalm, the “Steilhang” (steep slope) and the “Hausbergkante” await the children. It’s all about a sense of balance, quickly adapting to different conditions, courage and skill and of course speed.
The Ministreif really is a lot of fun for children and exciting for the adults to watch.
The seesaw is located at the “Mausefalle” and encourages the young skiers to practise balancing properly through the “Gams”, right after the start. By tilting the seesaw forwards, the young, aspiring athlete has to find their sense of balance and quickly adjust to the new gradient – just like at the big “Mausefalle”. The prospective ski racers have to show courage on the “Steilhang”. This needs to be entered in the lowest crouching position possible and the skis steered in a new direction too. Skiers can make up time here by taking a bold approach.
The criteria: Mausefalle, Steilhang and Seidlalm
The “Tretorgel” on the Seidlalm really shakes up racers. You need to ski in a crouched position – time is ticking – keep your poles close to your hips! The “Hausbergkante” pylons can be seen from far away, the Ministreif is once again a test of courage.
Hausbergkante – a test of courage: here you need to gather your remaining strength!
The route is not fully visible. ”Squeezing” is important here, or you will jump too far. Your legs are already tired and the finish line is still far away. Entering the Ministreif arena is a real experience. Your parents and friends are already waiting and are thrilled to see you conquer the Ministreif. So go and try it out!