If it’s not stressful enough deciding what to pack for your holiday in the mountains, when it comes to ski holidays, you have to think of added essentials that you will need for your holiday to become a reality. Without these items, chances of you actually making it to the slopes are slim to none – how are you supposed to ski without ski hire? While many advanced or frequent skiers may have their own kit, everyone still requires a lift pass to use the pistes!
Whether you’re hoping to bag a last minute family ski holiday during Easter half term or you’re looking into the singles ski holidays available to enjoy some solo travelling, it’s not too late to appreciate the snow season – just remember the essentials and you’re good to go!
Ski, Board & Equipment Hire
If you don’t have your own kit, skis, a snowboard and boots are essential for you to be able to appreciate everything that the slopes have to offer. You can hire them all within the resort and they will all be fitted by a specialist to ensure that they are all snug, comfortable and adapted to your own feet.
Pay attention to any deals that may be available within the resort to make sure you benefit from the best value for money. Although finding deals during peak times can be difficult, if you’re travelling out off peak, they will be there for you to use.
The easier option would be to use a ski or snowboard pack which includes everything you need for a stint on the piste. They often work out substantially cheaper than hiring items separately and can include equipment hire, lift passes and ski tuition – perfect if you’re a beginner.
Even after hiring all the equipment you need, you still require a lift pass to be able to use the facilities. Pre-book your pass for cheaper-than-resort prices for extra value for money.
Spend some quality time with your loved ones and book a late season trip to the mountains, today.
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