The seven-night Sixty Plus offer in Schladming-Dachstein is priced from €301 per person and valid Dec. 3-24.
The package includes seven nights' accommodation, breakfast, a six-day ski pass, welcome drink, a day's ski testing, and a day's ski guiding accompanied by a professional local guide.
The offer is strictly limited to the over 60s (born in 1952 to earlier).
Accommodation is offered by the Aussacher bed and breakfast set at 1100 metres on a sunny platau in Rohrmoos near Schladming. The property is located directly on the ski slopes, next to the lift.
Alternatively, all skiers (of any age) can book a seven-night stay with a six-day ski pass at the same bed and breakfast Jan. 8 to Feb. 5, 2012 for €440 per person.
Both packages come with a snow guarantee which means if less than three lifts of the Planai Hochwurzen trains are in service, you can cancel for free up to one day prior to travel.
Schladming has 223 kilometres of slopes linked by 109 modern cable cars and chairlifts. The resort makes up part of the Schladming-Dachstein Region which is a member of the Ski Amade. Skiers can access five ski regions with 860 kilometres of slopes using one pass.