The ultimate guide to best family ski resorts in Europe with kids – tried and tested

The ultimate guide to family friendly ski resorts in Europe with kids

The ultimate guide to the best family ski resorts in Europe with kids. Skiing with kids in Europe is such a joy with so many resorts catering to visitors with children and family ski holidays can be a great tonic. We have pulled together our ultimate guide to the best family ski resorts for kids in Europe, all tried and tested and the perfect places to get on the snow. If you’re looking for family friendly ski resorts this is for you. This list is organised by countries and then resorts, use the table below to click down through the countries or just browse through the list below.

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Austria (the ultimate guide to the best family ski resorts in Europe with kids)

Gerlos, Austria

Visiting a Kinderhotel in Austria can make skiing with kids a breeze. The Almhof hotel in the snowy village of Gerlos in Tirol is a luxury retreat whose goal is to make the holiday enjoyable for everyone. Young kids learn to ski right outside the hotel in their own children’s area and if they lose interest, it’s just a hop skip and a jump back into the warm kids club. As their abilities progress, the hotel also has a small blue run where it also holds its weekly ski race. More experienced skiers can meet their ski instructors right outside the hotel who will then take them by bus to the main ski area of Gerlos, which is part of the Zillertal Ski Arena. With the kids well taken care of parents can enjoy their own skiing or sit back with a book and relax. Learn more about Gerlos from Kristin at Simple Family Travel here.

Saalbach Hinterglemm, Austria

This is a fantastic resort with great snow coverage. There’s a really good ski school in Snow and Fun which is huge and will take the beginners off to their lessons on a small train which they all really enjoy. The resort is well priced and easy to get to from Salzburg airport. There are some lovely resorts here including the Adler Resort which is all inclusive and has multiple swimming pools so provides the perfect retreat at the end of a day out on the slopes. Read more with our feature on our trip skiing in Saalbach Hinterglemm with kids.

Finland

Ruka, Finland

Our ultimate ski guide to Ruka, Finland

Ruka is a wonderful place to ski, it’s a proper winter wonderland and absolutely beautiful. On the edge of the Lapland region it is packed full of all the delights of this area from visiting Father Christmas to going husky dog sledding and taking reindeer rides. There is amazing snow coverage here for so much of the year and a good variety of slopes. For beginners there’s a whole area set up for lessons and my children really developed their skiing well here. As with all these northern resorts they can get very cold (down to -22 when we visited but it gets colder than that), luckily Ruka is well set up for this with plenty of fun indoor activities to enjoy around the skiing including a great Angry Birds playland and activities like bowling and soft play. Ruka is small but has plenty going on in terms of restaurants and shops and doesn’t have the eye watering high prices of some of the Scandinavian resorts. Read more in our guide to Ruka here or our wonderful trip skiing with children in Ruka.

Ounasvaara, Finland

Ounasvaara is a very small resort just on the outskirts of Rovaniemi in Lapland. There’s ski rental here and a lovely cafe which serves great food. It’s possible to get ski lessons and is a great place to learn to ski. Rendi Park is an area of the resort just for beginners with a magic carpet and carousel to get your bearings. There are black runs and more challenging slopes at Ounasvaara too. Read our feature on our DIY trip to Lapland which features the skiing at Ounasvaara to find out more.

Ylläs, Finland

Ylläs

Katja from Globetotting says, “Skiing is one of my all-time favourite family holidays and Yllas is certainly one of the best family ski resorts in Europe. I’ve been skiing since I was young and my two oldest children also started when they were little – and are already terrifyingly good! I’ve been lucky enough to ski the slopes at some of the world’s best resorts but in all these years, I’ve never skied on snow as perfect as what we found in Finland.” Located 150km north of the Arctic Circle in Finnish Lapland, Sport Resort Ylläs is one of the country’s main ski resorts. It’s centred around the 718m-high Ylläs fell, which might not sound very high but it’s the highest ski resort in Finland. When you’re this far north, however, altitude doesn’t matter because once the snow starts to fall in October, it’s guaranteed that you can keep skiing right through to May. This is a wonderful place to ski; there are no challenging mogul fields and the resort is fairly small but the runs are wide and open, and the snow is the stuff skiers dream about. For families, Ylläs is an amazing place for a ski holiday and a great place to learn with no lift queues and empty pistes. One word of caution, however, it can get very cold (-18C on the day Katja skied) so make sure to wrap up warm. Read more from Katja here.

France (The best family ski resorts in Europe with kids)

Belle Plagne, France

Jade from Raising the Rings says, “Our time in Belle Plagne, with the kids was amazing. Our accommodation, aside from it being a catered chalet, was incredibly well suited to families of all different make ups. One of the best things about Belle Plagne is that it’s mostly car free. You can walk almost anywhere without getting run over which means it’s perfect for letting the little ones roam around without too much of a worry. From Belle Plagne you can catch the free Telemetro ride up to La Plagne which is perfect if you want something a little different during your stay. The boys particularly loved their hot chocolates and there are so many fantastic restaurants to choose from that are also child friendly. Belle Plagne is very central with lots of ski in/out options which is great if your little ones are headed to ski school and you want well positioned routes on to the slopes. Oh, and did I mention the views?”

Chamonix, France

The ultimate guide to family friendly ski resorts in Europe with kids - Chamonix France La Flégère Mont Blanc

Heavy on the black runs, Chamonix is not the obvious choice for families. Its reputation as an extreme ski resort may put some off but Chamonix is beginning to get its act together for families and has a lot to offer over smaller resorts. There are plenty of family friendly green and blue slopes within the valley with a pick of mountains to ski on. Les Houches’s Ski Camp is a family favourite, the beautiful gentle pistes at Le Tour or Brevent with its high altitude beginner area. Mags from The Family Freestylers says, “Our favourite area to ski is La Flégère,which boasts a kids play (snow) ground area as well as a kids piste with targets to bang, arches to duck and boxes to slide over. Chamonix is a full on town, not a tiny ski resort so there’s loads to do after skiing or if the snow’s lacking. Not just luging or ski skating but riding the Aiguille du Midi cable car to reach the highest peak in Europe – Mont Blanc, or taking the old cog railway the Montenvers train up to the 7km long, longest glacier in France, the Mer de Glace, where you can actually go into the glacier and explore caves carved out of ice. Chamonix has it all and I would highly recommend it to any family seeking winter adventures.” Read more from Mags here.

Courchevel, France

A fantastic ski trip with Esprit to Courchevel, France - copyright: www.globalmousetravels.com

Courchevel is one of those resorts that has it all – great skiing, a wonderful area full of shops and restaurants and a feel-good vibe. There’s something here for everyone from complete beginners to off-piste daredevils. I love that there’s so much going on besides the skiing which is perfect to give some variety for a trip away – we were especially fond of the Aquamotion Centre where you can bathe in the warm water surrounded by snow or head indoors to fun water chutes. There are some fantastic restaurants here too and although it’s well known for its high-end shops there are plenty here to suit other budgets. We loved it and had one of our best skiing experiences in Courchevel. Read more about skiing with children in Courchevel here.

Flaine, France

Jean Dubuffet - Boqueteau des 7 arbres

Flaine is a fantastic resort for families of mixed abilities, there are so many runs from easy blues and greens to much more challenging reds and blacks. There’s lots going on around the resort including ice skating, bowling, ice quad bikes and more so it’s easy to keep the whole family happy. The resort is largely car free and is filled with quirky architecture making it visually interesting. Designed by a skier for skiers most of the hotels are ski in / ski out and the resort has lots of thoughtful touches like all door handles ready for ski gloves to open and the first ski gondolas without steps. The ski school here is very well organised and set up for kids and there are lots of interesting and fun runs for them to start to get to grips with skiing. It’s a great contender for one of the the best family ski resorts in Europe. Read more about our trip skiing in Flaine here.

La Rosiere, France

La Rosiere had been recommended by a number of people and we were not disappointed as it provided us with everything we wanted in a ski holiday – fabulous accommodation, lovely bars and restaurants, lots of options for mixed-ability skiing, beautiful scenery and a great ski school. La Rosiere is a great medium-sized resort with some green runs, plenty of long cruisy blue runs and some more challenging red runs. For little kids there is a lovely little enchanted forest where young children can ski through the woods and ski through little tunnels and obstacles all around a St Bernard dog theme which our daughter adored. All of the skiing is above 1850m so it is “guaranteed” skiing well into April.” Read more from Carrie at Flying with a Baby here.

Les Arcs, France

Snowball

Les Arcs is a fantastic car free resort with a lovely chocolate box feel in the centre of 1950 where we stayed, which is my personal favourite area of Les Arcs. There are extensive runs throughout the area and it’s the perfect place for a family ski. The resort puts on lots of family friendly activities such as free mulled wine and lots of inflatables on check in day giving it a really friendly feel. It’s easy to travel down to other areas of Les Arcs and plenty going on across all of the levels including a really fun toboggan run and great swimming pool. It’s a really family friendly area and magnificent views over Mont Blanc in the distance. We also found it well priced in an area that can be notoriously expensive. Read more about our trip skiing in Les Arcs here.

Les Carroz d’Araches, France

Les Carroz d’Araches is a less well-known ski resort, not far from Chamonix. Despite its lower altitude though, it has a stunning snow record, and we had great conditions during our February half term break. I was nervous about crowds during the French school holidays, but the resort never felt crowded, and the lift queues were never more than five minutes or so. Being popular with the French, Les Carroz d’Araches has that lovely village charm that’s such a delightful part of a ski holiday, complete with little bistros, and an ice rink in the centre. We self-catered, and loved shopping for ‘takeaway’ in the little Boucherie in town. There’s plenty of good skiing terrain of various levels, and my powder hound husband found enough to keep him challenged, while the rest of us pottered on pretty blues and greens. I would definitely visit again.” Read more from Helen at Actually Mummy here.

Les Gets, France

Suzanne from Insideout and Beyond says, “We have visited Les Gets as a family more than ten times now. It really is the perfect resort for beginner skiers and experts alike, with plenty of blue runs as well as the more hair-raising black ones. The local ski pass also allows you to ski on the slopes of Morzine ensuring that you have an extensive area to cover. The town itself is a traditional french town with plenty of affordable restaurants, an open-air ice rink and lots of events put on by the local Mairie. The town is very much geared towards families but you will find the odd bar or two that opens until the early hours. Despite there being so many tourists, Les Gets manages to retain its quaint, french charm. The resort is located only 1 hour from Geneva airport so very accessible for a long weekend break as well as being only an 8 hour drive from Calais.”

Montgenevre, France

Situated just over the Italian border, near the 2006 Winter Olympics venue, the village of Montgenevre sits on the sunny slopes with the main road buried in a tunnel, so it retains the feeling of a traditional alpine village. Pleasant and easy to walk around, and the cafes fronting onto the edge of the nursery slopes, there is a choice of restaurants, a supermarket and even a bar or two. At 1860m the snow is good and reliable whilst quieter than its more famous alpine relations, so even in UK school holidays you can get a table at lunchtime and the lift queues are manageable. A dedicated sledging area, ice rink, gentle nursery slopes and a new public swimming pool and spa with an outdoor hot tub offer activities for the whole family. For a family of mixed ages and abilities the runs are generous in choice even if the mix of drag and chair lifts means embracing a slightly slower pace of life. The ski school is excellent, both the day clubs for children and the adult lessons. If your entire party is composed of daredevil black run seekers you might run out of options after the first day, but for a family holiday there is enough to keep everyone happy. Rachel and family from The Little Pip have been returning to Montgenevre for family ski trips since her husband was in ski school himself and you can read more about their trips here.

Morzine, France

The ultimate guide to family friendly ski resorts in Europe with kids - France Morzine

Morzine and the easily accessible area of Portes du Soleil is the perfect place to take your kids skiing, being only an hour 15mins flight from Gatwick airport and only an hour and a half drive from Geneva airport. With great facilities, and a range of nursery slopes as well as areas for beginners there are also lots of other snow activities for children. There are a wide range of green and blue slopes and lovely wide red ones for the more adventurous children as well as snow parks and off piste areas. A brilliant run for children is Chemin des Zou Zou. 2 kilometres long, it runs through the trees below the Pleney cable car and features lots of different animals, including a pheasant, a family of gorillas and even a unicorn. There are lots of activities off the slopes too including indoor and outdoor ice skating, a swimming pool, carousel and a land train trip around Morzine. Kaz from Ickle Pickles Life and Travels visited Morzine and you can read about her trip here.

Val Thorens, France

Val Thorens is one of the highest resorts in France and is ideal for families, reducing the risk of low levels of snow it means that your family will get a full skiing experience. On the slopes you can’t miss out on the fun park which even as an adult is worth a go as it’s a full multisensory skiing experience through sound tunnels and over jumps. But off the slopes is where the resort shines for families. With family friendly accommodation with many having ski to the door routes, it’s perfect for families as no long treks with ski boots on and carrying skis. There’s also plenty of après ski activities ideal for families from the Toboggan Run a white knuckle fun ride for the family to race each other down the mountain to the bowling alley ideal for some indoor warm after a day on the slopes. Cerys from Rainy Day Mum visited Val Thorens and you can read about her trip here.

Valmoral, France

Kirstie from the Family Adventure Project says, “Our arrival in Valmorel happened in a flurry of activity. A pine green freshness in the air buoyed an already excitable crowd, while in a red-orange glow, dozens of ski instructors curled down the slopes carrying torches. It was an impressive sight, but not nearly as fantastical as the skier tumbling on a paraglider overhead. In Valmorel this ski show happens every week. But it’s not the only impressive feature. Valmorel is a pretty French resort with traditional Savoyard architecture. The centre is pedestrianized and alpine style apartments are dotted around the edges of the slopes. Its ski facilities are fabulous for families – in fact in 2014 Valmorel was recognized in The Telegraph’s World Snow Awards as the Most Improved Family Resort. There’s a specially designed Pirate Adventure Area with free ski, boardercross, snowcross and airbag. The Village of Pirates is a brightly coloured kids’ area complete with castle, turnstiles and slides. But the real joy for the beginner is a long and winding south facing run called Gulli near the village of Doucy.” Read more about Kirstie’s trip here.

Italy – best family ski resorts in Europe with kids

Passo Tonale, Italy

Passo Tonale, an Italian Alpine resort on the Trentino/Lombardy border, is friendly and safe for even the youngest kids. Its wide, open pistes are a good place for first-timers to beef up their snowploughs and parallel turns. Passo Tonale has plenty of challenges for seasoned ski-dogs, too. The exceptional local ski schools, which cater for three year-olds through to seasoned black run afficionados, offer a varied programme, which takes in the 3,000m Presena Glacier as well as the pretty tree-lined red and black runs of Pointe di Legno, only a cablecar ride away. Nell from Pigeon Pair and Me says, “Skiing on the glacier was the highlight of my trip. I’m a novice, so I was most comfortable sticking to the glacier’s blue run, but my husband went for it, whizzing down the red and black. Non-skiers can travel up the glacier on a gondola, take a sauna in a mountain hut, and then enjoy a glass of local fizz at the top while admiring the view. We travelled with Crystal Ski, whose new Whizz Kids club had just opened in our hotel, Grand Hotel Paradiso. It was probably the most relaxing time you could ever have on a ski holiday with kids. All we had to do each morning was take the children downstairs after breakfast, in their socks and thermals. The Whizz Kids staff did the rest, kitting them out in salopettes, skis, jackets and jumpers. Our eight and five year old did us proud on the slopes, and made some good friends in Whizz Kids. They’ve been clamouring to go back ever since.” Read more about Nell’s trip here.

Val di Fiemme, Italy

The beautiful region of Val di Fiemme, Trentino in the Italian Dolomites is an ideal family holiday destination and might surprise you as a fantastic place for skiing. It’s located a couple of hours’ drive from Venice or Verona airport in the northern part of this beautiful Mediterranean country. Both Easy Jet and British Airways fly directly from the UK and there are plenty of car hire options at the airports. From child-friendly hotels and impressive restaurants to an amazing range of activities ensuring there is plenty to do no matter the weather. There are ski buses running all day ready to carry you from your hotel to the slopes. Experienced ski instructors will teach you and your little ones how to conquer the snowy pistes. After a day of skiing, you can relax in the luxurious public pool of Cavalese. Find out how Nadia from Scandimummy got on at Val di Femme here.

Norway

Beitostølen, Norway

Beitostølen is the most beautiful winter wonderland and in our opinion absolutely one of the best family ski resorts in Europe. This is the perfect resort for beginners and the kind, gentle Norwegian manner is the ideal place to get kids learning to ski. The snow here is deep and reliable and the whole area just picturesque and beautiful. Beitostølen has a range of snowy activities including husky dog rides and ice fishing but the skiing really is at the forefront and this is the perfect place to indulge in it. The resort itself is small with a scattering of restaurants and amenities and it’s the kind of place that is so bewitching that once you’ve been you’ll just long to return. Read about our trip skiing in Beitostølen here.

Kvitfjell, Norway

Kvitfjell is an absolutely wonderful resort that feels like you are completely away from the world. We stayed in a log cabin in Kvitfjell, high up in hills, amongst the trees and had a wonderful week skiing and enjoying the beautiful Norwegian mountain air. The terrain here is perfect for families and allowed all members of the family to get out on the slopes. The ski lessons here are all in English and with a really gentle manner. Even at the height of the season the slopes are quiet and very few queues to get on to any of the lifts. This is somewhere to get away from everything and really relax amongst the most beautiful of settings. Read more about our week skiing in Kvitfjell Norway.
 

Trysil, Norway

Trysil is Norway’s largest ski resort and is a wonderful place to visit. With 81 kilometres of skiing across 69 slopes there is a huge amount of variety. One of Trysil’s real benefits is that green runs wind their way alongside blacks so groups of differing abilities can still ski together. Set around two and a half hours from Oslo it’s a great location for a trip. This resort is run by Skistar who can organise all your accommodation, lessons and ski hire helping to create a seemless trip. Real all about our week skiing in Trysil here.

Slovenia

Kranjska Gora, Slovenia

Kranjska Gora looks like something out of a fairytale, this is a real, living community that has quite a different feel from some of the other ski resorts. The Slovenian manner is very gentle making it a great place for kids to learn and intermediates will find plenty here to keep them occupied too. One of the best things about Slovenia is how great it is for the wallet too, the prices here are incredibly reasonable. The resort is small but has everything you need including supermarkets, bread shops, restaurants and the sweetest of gift shops. You can take day trips to Ljubljana or Venice and the scenery is beautiful. We loved skiing here and found plenty to keep families occupied. You can read more of our trip skiing in Kranjska Gora here.

Spain (The best family ski resorts in Europe with kids)

Masella, Spain

The Spanish Pyrenees is home to the ski-friendly domain Alp 2500 with its two ski resorts: La Molina and Masella. Both are great family-friendly ski resorts and extremely easy to access with daily buses from Barcelona. Alp 2500 is Catalonia’s largest ski area offering 135 km of ski runs. Masella and La Molina resorts both have all the facilities for a great family winter holiday; modern ski lifts, snow cannons, ski schools, restaurants and runs for all skiing levels. Further, Masella is the largest floodlit ski area in the Pyrenees with 13 floodlit slopes which you can enjoy at night. La Molina is the world leader in winter sports for people and athletes with disabilities. The resorts offer everything from very easy green runs at the bottom to some challenging black runs at the top. The scenery is beautiful with many of the runs taking you through and between the snow covered trees. Find out what Thassia from Family Off Duty thought about skiing in Spain here.

Switzerland

Andermatt, Switzerland

Emma from A Bavarian Sojourn says, “Think of skiing in Switzerland, and it’s easy to envisage flashy resorts more suited to the swanky “see and be seen” crowd than for a family trip, but there are lesser known Swiss resorts that make for a perfect getaway, Andermatt is one of them. With 80 miles of quiet slopes, 3 mountain passes, and the snow sure heights of the Gemsstock at 2963 metres, it’s especially suited to those with children that are proficient skiers, and for those with husbands who like to err on the side of “frighten your wife” when it comes to an addiction to the more adventurous stuff (it’s famous for off piste terrain…). For those less confident on the slopes, but happy to base themselves in Andermatt’s picture postcard environs, you have the best of both worlds with the gentler runs of Sedrun up the road. Andermatt is a great option for those who want the whole Swiss package: adventurous skiing, beautiful scenery, and plenty of decent food options too (did anyone say Fondue?)” Read more about why Andermatt is one of the best family ski resorts in Europe here.

Engelberg, Switzerland

Jurga from A Full Suitcase says, “Engelberg in Switzerland is our family’s favourite place for a ski break. We have been going there for 4 years in a row now and the kids always say that it’s the best vacation of the year. Engelberg has a huge ski area with a big variety of slopes for all levels of experience. On top of that it’s easily accessible by car and also by train, and with the highest peak Mt. Titlis at 3,238 there is snow certainty during the entire season. But there is so much more to do in Engelberg in winter than skiing. You can walk inside an ice grotto, admire the views over the Alps from Europe’s highest suspension bridge, go snowshoeing, have a drink in an ice bar, sleep inside an igloo, or go sledding and snow tubing in the winter fun park. If you are looking for a nice place for a family winter break, you cannot go wrong with choosing Engelberg.” Read more here.

Zermatt, Switzerland

Julia from Inspire World Travel says, “If one ski resort makes your bucket list, Zermatt should be it. The views of the iconic Matterhorn from the vast network of groomed slopes at its base are majestic. The high altitude guarantees snow year-round. The village itself is adorable and car-free, so kids can safely dart around to check out the Alpine-themed souvenirs amongst the fancy watch stores. The famed après-ski scene is chic and lively; the whole family will enjoy traditional Swiss fondue or raclette for dinner. A highlight for kids and adults alike is the mid-piste igloo village, which makes for a great break between runs. Kids can explore the cool snow structures and sculptures, while the adults can sip mulled wine or cold beer. If you plan ahead, you can even spend the night there. Imagine relaxing your ski-sore muscles in a jacuzzi under the stars and “moon shadow” of the Matterhorn. Despite its swanky reputation, Zermatt’s lift ticket prices are surprisingly affordable (really!) when compared to North American ski resorts, and with a wide range of accommodations, great values are not hard to find. Kids under 16 ski free on Saturdays. You can even ski over to the Italian side of the resort for even more variety. Zermatt is truly the ski resort of dreams.
 
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28 thoughts on “The ultimate guide to best family ski resorts in Europe with kids – tried and tested

  1. pigeonpairandme says:

    What an exciting collection! I’ve always had a great time skiing in Austria, France and Italy. I’m intrigued by the Scandinavian resorts too – I spent a night and day at Myrkdalen near Vos in Norway, and it seemed very family-friendly too. So many to choose from! Great compilation, Nichola – thanks for including mine.

  2. Emma says:

    Such a brilliant collection Nichola. Thanks so much for including me! Andermatt is just brilliant, and the fondue is excellent too! 😀

  3. hann182014 says:

    Id like to go on a skiing holiday. I went to lapland in december, didnt go to yllas, although i did see it in the brochure

  4. Joanna Davis says:

    This is a really useful list for every parent who wants to take their children skiing. I have never tried skiing before but I’d love to learn, so I think any of these resorts would be great for a beginner too.

  5. Joanna Bayford says:

    Such a useful list I’ve never been skiing before as its never appealed to me. I can see why family’s love to go on these holidays.

  6. Helen Costello (@CasaCostello) says:

    I love the sound of exploring the little explorer’s forest at La Rosiere. I’d have to start somewhere with nursery runs as I fear we would all be hopeless!

  7. Ana De-Jesus says:

    Wow this has to be the most comprehensive insight into skiing that I have ever seen, I love that you broke down each ski resort into region and gave some information about what the resort offered. I want to learn how to ski this year!

  8. Sarah Bailey says:

    Now this is such a great list of places for people looking to ski to go! I have to admit it is something I’ve never done myself before. I love the giant snowball!

  9. Mamas Travel Tribe says:

    This is a great guide. We’ve been wanting to go skiing for a while but I haven’t been since I was really little so trying to find a suitable place has been really hard.

  10. forkwardthinkingfoodinista says:

    Such a great list to have at hand. Ylläs is Finlnad is a great suggestion and makes me want to book a trip seeing this x

  11. Yeah Lifestyle says:

    Wow, loved all the photos, especially the one of the giant snowball!! You have a beautiful family and look like they love to ski, its great you start them young.

  12. Yeah Lifestyle says:

    Wow, loved all the photos, especially the one of the giant snowball!! You have a beautiful family and look like they love to ski, its great you start them young.

  13. Dannii says:

    Wow, this is such a helpful resource. We are hoping to go skiing with it daughter next year and this will come in very handy.

  14. Jade Bremner says:

    I like the idea of a ski holiday it looks so peaceful yet fun a few of the mum’s on the school run have mentioned that they go skiing in Switzerland and I’m sure one of them mentioned Andermatt x

  15. mayahthomas7 says:

    Wow what a lot of amazing trips!! The older I get the less likely I get to do daring things like this! Sounds as though you are making some amazing memories!

  16. Alina Davies says:

    This is so useful thank you! I’m going to bookmark it as we want to take our children skiing in the next year or so, you’ve done all my research for me in this post!

  17. secretplussizegoddessblogt says:

    Such an amazing round up of places to Ski! Your children must be fabulous at it now. I sadly have never been skiing, but It is on my list of things to try before I am 50. Maybe the local snodome before hitting the slopes though x

  18. Agata @BarkTime says:

    Bookmarking for my sister. She loves skiing and having 3 years old and a newborn your recommendations will come very handy.

  19. Lynne Harper says:

    We are going to Chamonix in March and I cant wait. The kids are all booked in for ski lessons with Evo 2. I thinking about heading back next Christmas so this has given me more areas to think about

  20. Emily Leary says:

    Taking children on a skiing holiday is such a wonderful opportunity, and a great experience for them to have. There are some great resorts, with really good facilities.

  21. helerinablogs says:

    Aw I love the giant snowball! You’ve skied in some stunning places that all sound great places for little ones too. I skied a lot when I was younger but haven’t been for years, I do wish I had got around more resorts though.

  22. Home and Horizon says:

    Great list for adventures. I’d love to go on a skiing holiday with my family and I can’t even decide which place I’d be with your list. All seems great. But knowing that these are kid-friendly places, I’d pick anyone of them.

  23. Afshan Nasim says:

    Some good resorts listed for a family ski holiday. It can be a minefield, especially on a first-time visit. Great that your kids enjoy it too. My son is a really good skier too.

  24. Christine Ann Dela Cruz says:

    Oh, These are some good ski resorts lists. I always wanted to try ski, I am waiting for my son to grow up. Will save this first to my bookmark. Thanks for sharing!!

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