Kids Ski Free

Best Family Friendly Ski Vacations

Family Ski Vacations. What’s hot and what’s not? Check out our favorite kids ski free offers and top family ski resort destinations PLUS things to do on and off the slopes! It doesn’t matter who you are, if you’re planning a ski vacation you’ll want to be in the know about all the things to see and do on and off the slopes, as well as some helpful advice from seasoned parents (it just so happens Rocky Mountain Getaway Travel Consultants have quite a bit of experience in this area!) on ways to maximize the fun, to keep your kiddos begging for more, year after year!

Whether you’re a “never-ever” or a seasoned expert there’s a kids ski free offer for you! Planning an amazing ski vacation doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg. Before booking you should consider the options for on and off the slope activities, and check any unrealistic expectations you may have at the door when you leave home… so let’s get started! 

You’re not alone wondering if it’s worth it to take the kids if they’ve never skied or snowboarded, let alone seen the snow, before. Let’s face it, there’s lot to consider from lifts to rentals, lessons and oh, the biggest concern of them all; what if they don’t like to ski or board after all? 

Don’t fret, we have you covered. Here are a few things to consider and ways that our professional Travel Consultants can help tailor the perfect family ski vacation for you! 

Best Family-Friendly Ski Lodging

When deciding where to stay, it is so worth it to stay close to the slopes. If you’re wondering if ski-in / ski-out lodging is worth the hype, read our blog post … it’s pretty convincing. In a nutshell, the closer you are to the slopes the more time you have to play, and the fewer hassles you have getting to and from.

Hot tubs and pools are a must with kids… some accommodations even have tennis courts, saunas, movie rooms, and other great amenities. 

Other Kid-Friendly Ski Vacation Lodging Tips

Kid-Friendly Activities

Super moms you may need a break too! Think about bringing your favorite caregiver with you to reduce stress in a new environment. It could be a nanny, your mom, or a sister. Either way, a few extra hands, if your kids are small, can be great when you’re playing mitten bingo or looking for lost socks in pant legs! Ski Lessons and guided tours can help you beat the crowds by cutting the lift lines, so you get more runs in during holiday periods when crowds are the highest. Think fast-pass which is a “private group lesson” in ski terminology!

Other Kid-Friendly Activities