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Family ski vacations: our tips and tricks

Now that back-to-school is over and the days are getting shorter, isn’t it time to start thinking about your next mountain vacation? Winter and skiing, plus Christmas and New Year’s Eve. We’re here to help you prepare for your family holiday with us. We share our tips and tricks for a successful ski vacation!

Ski suit, mittens, boots, hat, goggles… Is your checklist ready? Don’t be in too much of a hurry, but planning ahead means peace of mind. A family ski vacation is great, but it’s even better when you’ve got plenty of tips in your suitcase.

3… 2… 1… TIPS & TRICKS

  • A little freedom on a ski vacation? Parents say YES. Head for the children’s ski lessons at La Clusaz ski schools. A chance to learn from professionals, earn a medal and make new friends!
  • When do we arrive ? The Go To La Clusaz platform allows you to book all your transport solutions to La Clusaz in one go, with the least carbon-intensive itineraries. What a Christmas present for the planet!
  • Hey, it’s running ! For the snotty noses of children, or the tears of pride of parents… Tissues will be your allies during the vacations.
    Maps of the slopes and the village will help you locate all the toilets, so you won’t run out of itineraries in the event of an urgent pee.
  • Use your ski pass to enjoy the lifts in pedestrian mode. Ideal for a walk on the snow after a siesta, for a toboggan ride down to Beauregard, or to enjoy the panorama effortlessly! What’s more, with our Christmas break, for every 2 adult 6-day passes purchased, we’re giving away 1 child 6-day pass**.

SO GOOD, I’M BOOKING MY STAY

  • Les bronzés font du ski. It’s all in the title, so take your sun cream with you wherever you go, whatever the weather. It’s a mountain essential!
  • I’m so hungry! A snack in your pocket for the day is all well and good, but don’t forget a real snack after skiing or other activities. At La Clusaz, it’s the perfect time to eat while marvelling at Santa’s Pestacles. And we’ve got the perfect holiday to make the most of it.
  • To avoid looking like a Monchus from an early age… We advise you to put your ski boots on right side up. That is, with the hooks facing outwards… Well, that’s just advice, to each his own 😉
  • I’m tired, I’m cold, I’m wet! Does this sound familiar? Then don’t hesitate to take spare mittens and snow boots to put on before and after your ski boots. And if you still have room, a spare ski suit? That’s a big yes.
  • No more breaking your back carrying all those skis and wet boots you forgot outside. Book ski lockers at the foot of the slopes, equipped with boot dryers.
    One for the road? Ski helmets don’t act as hats, and let in fresh air. A hat always in your pocket or bag will keep young and old alike happy!

 

What now?

We’re looking forward to Christmas and family vacations… but not too much !