- Skiing in France
- Ski Chalet France
- Ski Holidays France
Whether you are planning on taking ski holidays to France with a group, your partner, or your family the key to a successful trip is to be properly prepared. Nothing spoils a holiday quicker than forgetting the essentials and having to spend half the vacation trying to replace them.
When considering skiing in France, you have to almost plan as if you are taking two holidays at the same time. You need one set of items for your time on the slopes and another for your evenings and days in the surrounding towns. The most important thing to organise is insurance; even the most experienced skier can have falls, and you need to check that any activity you may undertake on the slopes is included in your cover. If any of your party are considering lessons while on ski holidays France, it is a good idea to check the instructors training, experience, and their own insurance cover. It is always better to be safe rather than sorry. Also, check what is and isn’t covered in the cost of your holiday. Some resorts include the cost of equipment hire, ski passes, and instruction, whereas others may charge for these as extras. When packing, take enough clothes to be able to wear layers while you are on the slopes; it is advisable to take an extra jacket for the evenings so that your ski jacket has time to dry out. One last thing, don’t forget the sunscreen; it may be cold, but that won’t stop your face from burning while you are out on the slopes with the sun reflecting off of the snow.
Make the most of your properly prepared ski holidays to France by booking with France Skiing. We work with one of the best ski schools in France that only employ fully qualified instructors. You can book your ski lessons through us when you book your holiday at 02034682 662 or by visiting http://france-skiing.net/.