Austria's Venet resort has announced that children aged up to 15 (born in 1995 or later) can ski free March 26 to April 5.
In addition to the discount, the family-friendly ski resort will offer a full programme of events led by Tobi, Venet's new mascot and animated character. The Venet Easter bunny will also put in an appearance.
Younger children will enjoy the new Tobi's kindergarten which opened this winter. Here children aged two and older can play, try out handicrafts, paint, or simply have fun.
Parents can enjoy one of the Tyrol region's most beautiful family skiing areas with 22 kilometres of well prepared piste and a difference in altitude of 1450 metres.
Venet opened a new panorama restaurant this winter. The new building at the Venet mountain station offers exceptional views from the Krahberg peak while guests have a more comfortable dining experience in the bigger panorama restaurant.
Venet is part of the Tirol West ski pass which includes the skiing above Zams, a small village three kilometres from the town of Landeck.
Venet is well placed for visits to 10 major ski areas, including St. Anton, Ischgl, Nauders, and Serfaus. It is also located within 30 kilometres is the glacier at Kaunertal. There is an indoor pool and a 6.5-kilometre-long sledge run.
Landeck is an important commercial centre for the West Tyrol. it is an ideally placed touring base from which to strike out in to the Arlberg (St Anton and Lech) or Western Tyrolean ski areas.