Planning your Ski/Mountain Trip

Planning your own ski or snowboard trip is something I really enjoy. But there are lots of details to take into account. It can be a daunting thing if you are a beginner. Where to go? What is a good location for beginners? And how about families with young kids? Or those with teenagers? And can we drive to the mountains? What should we take into account when packing? Should I pre-buy lift tickets, reserve ski/snowboard lessons and equipment rentals? Which country to go? Where does the budget gets more buck for the money?

This section of the website will answer all these questions. I will be updating posts often in order to help you plan your ideal holiday.

Reading the map - off from Calais to the Mont Blanc Tunnel - with a stop in Chaumont. Photo by The-Ski-Guru
Reading the map – off from Calais to the Mont Blanc Tunnel – with a stop in Chaumont. Photo by The-Ski-Guru.

The-Ski-Guru TRAVEL has launched now to bring you to your ski zone. Look for inspiration here or in the /travel   or in the /accommodation-search  tabs of the website.  If you want to contact me go to info@the-ski-guru.com or call me via Skype at martinadiez.

The-Ski-Guru TRAVEL is now open to Bring you to your ski zone.
The-Ski-Guru TRAVEL is now open to Bring you to your ski zone.

How to pack for your family ski holiday.

Driving to the mountains.

Featured Image: The-Ski-Guru- Driving through a national route in France, towards the Alps. 

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