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how to book the skiing holiday that's right for beginners
which resort?
  • Choose a resort that is recommended for beginners.
  • Can you pre book ski school and do the teachers speak English?
  • Are the nursery slopes in the sun?
  • Are they close to the resort?
  • Don't go to a resort with lots of advanced runs, as you'll be paying for facilities you can't use.
keeping costs down Accommodation, travel, ski pass, insurance, food and rental of equipment all add up, even without the après-ski drinks!
  • In general, the larger and more extensive the resort, the more expensive it will be.
  • Avoid peak season.
  • Book a late deal.
  • Stay a little further from the slopes or outside the village centre.
  • Rent or borrow gear.
  • If possible - use free beginners lifts to start with.
  • Don't eat lunch at the mountain restaurants.

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