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Skiing for Beginners

01 January 0001

With beginners skiing, taking your first steps into the world of Skiing and Snowboarding can be a daunting experience. There are many factors you should consider before booking your first holiday and our skiing for beginners tips will help. Whether you’re travelling with your family, a group of friends or on your own, we can help make your first ski weekend is one that will have you coming back for more and more.

Why ski with us?

A great selection of world class resorts to choose from, catering for skiing for beginners as well as experts.

  • Unbeatable prices and a range of travel options to suit you
  • Expert advice ensuring you get the Ski break of a life time
  • Pre-book equipment and skiing for beginners ski & snowboard lessons

Once the decision has been made and your first Ski Weekend has been booked you can start thinking about what you need for your skiing holiday and we can certainly help you when it comes to skiing for beginners. There will naturally be lots of questions and thoughts that go through the mind of every snow sports enthusiast on your first beginners skiing break and with our expert advice and years of experience we will be there every step of the way to offer our guidance.

What will you need for skiing for beginners?

  • Ski socks
  • Thermals & base layer fleece
  • Gloves & hat (helmet recommended)
  • Ski jacket & trousers
  • Sun lotion
  • Winter sports insurance

The anticipation leading up to your first beginners skiing break can be unbearable for some. There are plenty of ways to prepare for the mountains whether it is in the comfort of your own home or getting some pre trip lessons which can really help. There is a number of ski based exercises that are easy to do at home and the benefit of having an expanding range of real snow and dry slopes around the UK can only assist in making your holiday so much more enjoyable.

When it comes to skiing for beginners, a lot of people say you either love or hate skiing and this is generally based on good and bad experiences - skiing for beginners or not - so the first time you pick up the phone and speak to us, your skiing experience will have officially started, which is why it is so important to make every part of your holiday process with us a good one.

Skiing for beginners - Great ski resorts we use

Meribel - in the 3 Valleys

Easy to access the beginners slopes at the Altiport, where quiet runs have been set aside for teaching and practicing in a quiet environment. The ski schools have English speaking instructors. There is a fun woodland ski park for children to learn about the woodland animals while learning to ski. Meribel is in a bowl which is easy for a group of all levels to meet at lunch and the end of the day.

Saas Fee - Switzerland

Large beginners ski area beside the traditional Swiss village which makes a great central meeting point for all skiers. Wide open sunny blue runs to practice newly found ski skills.  English speaking ski school.

Take a look at our snowboarding pages for everything you need to know about snowboarding.

Let us help you with your beginner ski holiday, whether a short break or full week - Call 023 8020 6971.

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