Tyrolean Alpine Ski School

Gerald Kurz Ischgl

Immerse yourself in the magnificent white splendour, conquer the impressive world of the Paznaun mountains and experience the feeling of freedom in nature.
The state-certified ski instructor & ski guide Gerald Kurz is your competent partner in all winter sporting matters. Whether beginners, advanced or families – you are sure to make rapid progress thanks to his individual private lessons, leaving you to enjoy the white beauty in all its glory. Beginners will find smooth and wide slopes to experience their first turns in the snow at the Ischgl Ski Arena, whereas more advanced skiers have the opportunity to refine their technique on more than 200 kilometres of slopes.

Yet there is also so much to discover away from the ski slopes – Gerald Kurz will guide you through the fascinating mountain landscape of the Silvretta on one of many ski tours.

About Gerald Kurz

  • 1990: starts his ski instructor training
  • Since 1994: state certified ski instructor and ski guide
  • 1994 - 2011: working as a ski instructor
  • Since 2012: self-employed with the Tyrolean Alpine Ski School Ischgl

Private lessons in Ischgl

more learning success guaranteed

You have the opportunity to intensify your learning thanks to your very own personal and state-certified private ski instructor Gerald Kurz. This means that your first turns on the slopes not only give you an accelerated sense of achievement, it also means plenty more fun at the same time. You are in good hands here at the Tyrolean Alpine Ski School Gerald Kurz Ischgl because no matter whether you are a beginner, more advanced or wish to practise with the whole family, each lesson will be tailored precisely to your needs.
Book your appointment for your individual private lessons in Ischgl.

For beginners

The most efficient way to be introduced to the secrets of snow sports under expert guidance.

For advanced skiers

Ideal for those who wish to brush up on their existing knowledge and refine their technique with tips & tricks.

For families

For those who want to experience winter sport with a qualified ski instructor together with the whole family.

Prices Private lessons

  per Person each additional person
2 hours € 160,00 € 20,00
3 hours € 220,00 € 30,00
4 hours € 270,00 € 40,00
from the 4th day discounted price on request

The prices listed are in EURO per person and do not include ski equipment and ski pass.
The lessons cannot be split over several days. Subject to change without notice.

Our course hours begin at 9am in each case.

Ski tours in Ischgl

Winter experience away from the slopes

Endless stretches of vast powder slopes and impressive mountain peaks that tower far into the bright blue sky entice you into ski touring through the Paznaun region of Tyrol. State-certified ski guide Gerald Kurz will take you off into the magnificent winter landscape of the Silvretta where you can look forward to taking your very first turns in the untouched snowy paradise.
Different ski tours allow both beginners and advanced to become mountaineer and push themselves beyond their boundaries.

Prices Ski tours

1 person€ 310,00
each additional person € 40,00

Extra costs such as lift costs, return transport to the point of ascent, Ski-Doo snowmobile etc. are not included in the price and have to be paid for on top.
Avalanche transceivers can be hired free of charge, but there are only a limited number available. We also recommend bringing an avalanche probe, shovel and Avalanche Airbag System ("ABS") backpack with you.
Additional ski touring equipment, such as skis with skins, touring boots etc. must be brought of your own accord or can be hired from the local sports shop at discounted prices.

We must point out that due to influences outside of our control, such as strong storms, heavy snowfall, the risk of avalanches etc., some tours may unfortunately not be carried out and you may be booked on a later date, subject to availability, or certain circumstances may mean that the tours are cancelled altogether!

Ski touring tips

  • Piz Mottana

    Use of the lift to get to the Heidelberger Hut and from there, a 670 m ascent to 2,928 m above sea level.

  • Piz Davo Lais

    Use of the lift to get to the Heidelberger Hut and from there, a 860 m ascent to 3,027 m above sea level.

  • Piz Tasna

    Use of the lift to get to the Heidelberger Hut and from there, a 920 m ascent to 3,179 m above sea level.

  • Spi d'Ursanna

    Use of the lift to get to the Heidelberger Hut and from there, a 620 m ascent to 2,885 m above sea level.

  • Breite Krone

    Use of the lift to get to the Heidelberger Hut and from there, a 765 m ascent to 3,079 m above sea level.

  • Zahnjoch

    Use of the lift to get to the Heidelberger Hut and from there, a 680 m ascent to 2,945 m above sea level.

  • Lareinfernerspitz

    Use of the lift to get to the Heidelberger Hut and from there, a 750 m ascent to 3,009 m above sea level.

  • Heidelberger Scharte (Spitze)

    Use of the lift to get to the Heidelberger Hut and from there, a 560 m ascent to 2,820 m above sea level.

  • Schnapfenspitz

    Use of the lift to get to the Heidelberger Hut and from there, a 1,100 m ascent to 3,219 m above sea level.

  • Bidnerspitz

    Use of the lift to get to the Heidelberger Hut and from there, a 810 m ascent to 2,871 m above sea level.

  • Gamsspitz

    With snowmobile to the Jamtal Hut and from there, a 980 m ascent to 3,114 m above sea level. Only possible from mid-February.

  • Hintere Jamspitz

    With snowmobile to the Jamtal Hut and from there, a 1.060 m ascent to 3,156 m above sea level. Only possible from mid-February.

  • Augstenberg

    With snowmobile to the Jamtal Hut and from there, a 1,064 m ascent to 3,228 m above sea level. Only possible from mid-February.

  • Schneeglocke

    With snowmobile to the Bielerhöhe and from there, a 1,200 m ascent to 3,223 m above sea level.

  • Hennekopf

    With snowmobile to the Bielerhöhe and from there, a 700 m ascent to 2,704 m above sea level.

  • Hoher Kopf

    Starting point Mathon – a 1,100 m ascent to 2,608 m above sea level.

  • Pezinaspitze

    Starting point Kappl Stockach – a 1,035 m ascent to 2,550 m above sea level.

  • Niederjöchl

    Starting point Kappl Stockach – a 795 m ascent to 2,310 m above sea level.

  • Furgler

    Use of the lift to access the ski resort of See and from there, a 650 m ascent to 3,004 m above sea level.

  • Schönpleiskopf

    Starting point Ischgl – a 1,580 m ascent to 2,920 m above sea level.

  • Pitztaler K2

    Use of the lift to access the Riffelsee and from there, a 1,000 m ascent to 3,253 m above sea level.

The tours listed represent only a few examples, there are of course countless diverse downhill ski tracks with short ascents and beautiful descents that can be tackled directly from the ski resort.

Freeride Ischgl

Endless powder slopes in Ischgl

The ski resort of Ischgl is one of the largest continuous ski resorts in Tyrol and offers freeriders numerous powder slopes for an unforgettable freeriding experience in Tyrol. The state-certified ski guide Gerald Kurz accompanies both beginners as well as professionals through the impressive winter landscape surrounding Ischgl and shows participants not only the most beautiful descents away from the marked slopes, but also demonstrates the proper conduct and technique to safely cope with the endless powder slopes.

Prices Freeride

  per Person each additional person
2 hours € 160,00 € 20,00
3 hours € 220,00 € 30,00
4 hours € 270,00 € 40,00
from the 4th day discounted price on request

The prices listed are in EURO per person and do not include equipment and ski pass.
The lessons cannot be split over several days. Subject to change without notice.

Our course hours begin at 9am in each case.