Ski & Snow Holidays
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Having learnt to ski from a young age, my travel career started in the Italian Alps. There is no better feeling than skiing down a freshly powdered slope with the sun shining down on you and a bright blue sky. I have been to many ski resorts, some well known and some off the beaten track. For families, I highly recommend Passo Tonale in Italy especially if you have some beginners. If you really want to challenge yourself, the Dolomites are beautiful and you can really stretch your legs on the Sella Ronda; 40 Kilometres of amazing descents and beautiful surroundings. Plenty of opportunities for a traditional tirolean lunch or a Bombardino!
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Where To Go?
One of the most popular destinations for skiers is the French Alps. With numerous ski resorts to choose from, you are sure to find a location that suits your needs. Chamonix, located at the base of Mont Blanc, is a favourite for experienced skiers looking for challenging slopes and off-piste opportunities. For a more family-friendly destination, consider Val d’Isère or Les Deux Alpes, which offer a variety of runs for all skill levels.
When planning your ski holiday, be sure to consider transportation options. While driving is an option, it can be a long and tiring journey, especially if you’re not used to driving in snowy conditions. Many ski resorts offer shuttle services from nearby airports, so consider flying into a nearby city and taking a shuttle to your destination.
When packing for your ski holiday, it’s important to be prepared for all weather conditions. While the slopes may be cold, the sun can be strong at high altitudes, so be sure to pack sunscreen and sunglasses. You’ll also want to bring warm, waterproof clothing, including a ski jacket, pants, and gloves. It’s a good idea to rent ski equipment once you arrive at your destination, as it can be difficult to transport bulky ski gear.
In addition to skiing, many ski resorts offer a variety of activities, including snowboarding, ice skating, and snowshoeing. And don’t forget to take advantage of après-ski activities, including hot tubs, saunas, and cozy mountain restaurants.
Whether you’re an experienced skier or a beginner, a ski holiday is a great way to enjoy the winter season and explore some of the most beautiful mountain landscapes in Europe. So pack your bags and hit the slopes!