Family Ski Holidays
Are you organising a ski holiday for your family?
It’s the details that matter when organising a ski holiday with children. Skiing is a wonderful way for families to spend time together, and choosing the right catered chalet and ski resort can make all the difference in making sure the whole family has a fun, enjoyable and relaxing holiday.
We’ll give you our best recommendations, and be honest about our chalets. We won’t tell you it’s an easy walk to the ski lifts if the chalet is half an hour away!
Why choose Alpenglow for your family ski holiday?
We have hundreds of family-friendly catered ski chalets in France, Austria, Switzerland and Italy.
- You’ll speak to someone with a lot of ski experience – guaranteed
- We know the ski chalets in detail, so we’ll be able to answer any questions you have
- The same person will look after your booking – even after you’ve come home
- We’re a small agency so the service you get is very personal
- We can cater for family groups of any size
- 99% of our reviewers would recommend us
As members of the Travel Trust Association we offer 100% financial protection on all our holidays.
School holiday dates provide a limited window for family ski holidays. It’s best to book well in advance, so it’s good to know your money is completely safe.
Things to think about when booking a family ski holiday
- Picking the right ski resort: Make sure it has plenty of pistes to match the abilities of everyone in the family. Find out what other activities are available to keep the kids entertained when off the slopes. Check the airport transfer time – especially important with young children who get travel sick
- Choosing the right ski chalet: If you want to eat dinner as a family, check what time it’s served for the kids. Some chalets insist on kids eating early if you don’t have sole occupancy. The location of the chalet is also important; ask how easy it will be to get the children to the lifts or to ski school in the morning.
- Childcare and ski lessons: Do you need a chalet with in-house childcare? Do the children need ski lessons? Is there a kids club they can go to? What about activities for older children?