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how to book the skiing holiday that's right for you
1 your ski level- if you're just starting out, you don't need to go to the best resort offering the widest selection of runs. Its more important to choose a resort with plenty of blue and green runs.
2 english speaking instructors- its vital that your ski school has English speaking instructors- especially if you're a beginner. Some smaller resorts may not have any. Learn-to-ski packages with tour operators are the best way to go. Also, try a Learn to Ski day in the UK before you go.
3 check snow records- the quality of off-piste skiing is determined by snowfall. If you're taking your holiday before mid-January, or after the end of March, go for resorts over 2000m high to increase the chance of snow. Resorts with glaciers will guarantee skiing.
4 hiring equipment- beginners should hire every time. Once you like it and know what you want, you could invest in some boots.

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