Ski school in Passo Tonale

Facebook0TwitteremailGoing to the mountains with the little ones in tow can be a truly magical experience. But while every ski resort has its perks, some are more geared towards families, so it’s easy to find the one that’s right for yours. With great ski schools, childcare, lift pass offers and off-slope activities, here are our top picks for a memorable family holiday in the snow. La Plagne, France La Plagne has beginner zones, snow parks and plenty of kid-friendly activities like dog sledding and ice…Continue Reading “Top 7 ski resorts for young families”

Facebook0TwitteremailSkiing needn’t be spendy. Keep these tips under your belt to get a great deal next winter. When to go and when to book? The best time to travel if you want to bag a bargain break is in January, when all our holidays are on sale and we’ve had the least amount of time to sell them. And as a general tip, if you’re looking for value, the school holidays are best avoided. But if you’re heading to the mountains as a family, you…Continue Reading “How to go skiing on a budget”

Facebook0Twitteremail“When they’re old enough to walk, they’re old enough to ski.” – Ancient skiing proverb Unfortunately this isn’t quite true. There are a whole host of things to consider when looking at what age your child should start learning to ski. You’ll need to look at everything from what age ski schools will take them to whether you want to test the waters first with introductory sessions in the UK. The good news is that we’ve got the answers to a lot of those questions….Continue Reading “At what age can children learn to ski?”

Facebook2TwitteremailThe Dolomiti Superski is one of the biggest ski areas in the world, but with great size, comes great difficulty in finding specific information.To help you get the great Italian ski holiday you want and deserve, here’s the first part in a new series designed to help you deconstruct the Dolomites.   For parts one & two, check out: Sunshine Skiing in the South Tyrol: Corvara & Colfosco Sunshine Skiing in the South Tyrol: Kronplatz Part Three: Val di Fassa The Skiing For starters, there’s…Continue Reading “Sunshine Skiing in the South Tyrol: Val di Fassa”

Facebook0TwitteremailHappy children make for a happy skiing holiday, and few things are as likely to ruin your child’s day than being wet, cold and uncomfortable.With that in mind, we’ve put together a list of top tips for making sure your kids stay snug and smiley on the slopes.   ICYMI – Check out our other Family Skiing blogs by clicking the links below: When to go Choosing a resort Choosing accommodation First off: Kitting out your kids for skiing needn’t cost the earth. Equipment (skis,…Continue Reading “Top Tips for Keeping Kids Warm & Dry When Skiing”