Ski Holiday Packing Tips for Beginners

Family Ski VacationGoing on your first ski trip can be an exciting and a nerve-racking experience. Sure, you are looking forward to hitting the slopes soon; preparation can take so much of your time, especially if it’s your first time to go.

Make sure to reserve a hotel in advance to avoid any hassles. While there are services that offer last-minute ski accommodation for clients, early reservations will help you save money.

To make sure that you do not forget to bring every important item, this list is here to help you out. Feel free to use this as your reference, and you’ll surely have a fun ski holiday.

Clothing

Aside from having a ski helmet, you need to have your own ski/snowboard clothing. You should get those that are waterproof and made from breathable materials. Put that into consideration when it comes to the jacket, salopettes, and ski gloves or mittens.

Be sure to also wear glove liners for cold weather or some hand warmers (if it’s extremely cold). It’s also good to have a fleece, merino scarf, or neck warmer. Don’t forget to wear thermal bottoms, too. Snow boots are necessary, as well. As for ski socks, it’s advisable that you bring about three or four pairs.

Gears

Of course, every skier needs to wear appropriate eyewear. While it is possible to rent goggles at the ski resort, that can be expensive. As such, it’s still better to buy your own pair, especially if you plan to ski often.

Once you are on the mountain, a small rucksack can be pretty useful. This will make carrying certain objects (such as water bottles or snacks) much easier.

Other items you will need will include skis or snowboards, ski poles, avalanche transceiver, and probes.

Others

Because of extreme temperatures, you will also need sunscreen and lip balm. In case of emergencies, have your insurance details and passport photocopies ready. Some ski resorts also require you to provide that.

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