Beginners Ski Holidays

You don’t have to be an experienced skier to enjoy the slopes. If you’re looking for an adventure, choose a beginners ski holiday and enjoy all the thrills that come with skiing or snowboarding. What are you waiting for?

With so many countries and resorts to choose from, you can learn to ski all over the world, in all of the most beautiful places. Use our search at the top of the page and book your beginners ski holiday today. You can also call 0204 578 0977 and get the help of our experts to ensure your ski holiday is everything you could want. Before you know it you’ll be counting down the days.

All of our Ski Holidays are ABTA and ATOL protected, meaning you can rest easy knowing your holiday is safe in our hands.

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The must-knows for beginners ski holidays

It is never too late to learn a new sport, especially skiing. If you love to learn something new and fancy the adventure, then one of our skiing holidays for beginners is perfect for you.. 

While it may seem intimidating at first, the experience of making your way down a mountain on two skis is unbeatable. You’ll never ever do anything like it in your lifetime – a must-do experience for all. Don’t worry, snowboarding holidays for beginners are also available!

What to wear, where to go, how do I do this are some of the many questions when you think of skiing but with our help we will make it as easy as possible for you. Beginners ski holidays are all about having fun and learning something new. When you’re up on that mountain you won’t be the only one who has questions, thousands of people take up skiing every year and are learning just the same.

The most important rule of skiing is to enjoy every second, even the tumbles. You’ll fall in love with the sport and wonder why you didn’t pick it up sooner. Book your lessons, hire your equipment and get your lift passes ready. Enjoy a fresh buzz that you can’t get anywhere else and book your beginners ski holiday today.

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Frequently asked questions about skiing for beginners

Skiing can often be a trendy sport where people try to look good in their funky outfits and bright colours. That is all well and good, as long as you have the proper protection. At a minimum you need warm layers, appropriate ski socks (to prevent your boots from rubbing), skiing gloves, a ski jacket and a pair of salopettes. You may also want goggles or sunglasses, a hat and helmet, and a snood.

There’s not one rule that applies to all pregnancies about skiing. You can always speak to your doctor about it if you’re unsure. The main risks of skiing while pregnant are if you fall over or if someone skis into you.

Après ski is all the activities that take place after the ski day – it means ‘after ski’ in French. There will be a set time all the lifts will close and then Après ski begins! This will be social events usually in bars, involving music and beers. However, après ski can mean something different to everyone depending on what you want to do after your day on the slopes.

There’s no definite answer to whether skiing or snowboarding is easier, it can vary from person to person. However, it is thought that skiing is easier to start with, but harder to master, while snowboarding can be harder to start with but easier to become advanced in.