Winter is closing in! It’s time to dust off your ski equipment and let’s get you prepared for that chilling ski trip.
That wonderful feeling that comes with the winter season is getting to share the snowy mountains with your family and friends. The view from the top of the mountain is often breathtaking, and simply gliding through the landscape is enough to make it all worthwhile. When the landscape is difficult, it necessitates concentration and skill. Skiing can be enjoyed at your own pace in either case.
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For your safety, there are a few things you need to take note of before you go skiing this winter.
● When you arrive at the resort, you can expect to see familiar Covid-19 rules such as social distancing, wearing masks, and washing your hands frequently.
● You’re likely to come across contactless payment systems and those now-familiar plexiglass barriers when you pay for your ski rental or other purchases.
● Ski lift lines will require 6 feet between parties. Groups will not be seated in the same lift chairs as other groups. Gondola and tram capacity will be reduced.
● It’s a good idea to book lift tickets ahead of time to ensure a spot, and to go on a weekday when there are usually fewer people.
● In the event of a casualty, you may be required to provide contact information to the ski area.
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Now that you know what to expect and you can transport your equipment with us, here are a few covid-friendly ski resorts you can visit this winter.
The Alps in France is the majestic mountain range that divides Europe in a curved line from Austria to France. On the north-facing slopes of these peaks in the French Savoie, some of the most iconic and best ski resorts in the world can be found. With France being in the green zone, your trip to France is allowed.
The Meribel is one destination we can assure you of comfort during this pandemic. It is particularly well suited to children, with two separate beginner areas, both with free lifts, one in the Meribel Mottaret area and the other in the Altiport area. Children can ski the Moon Wild trail, which features life-sized “animals” hidden in the woods, and P’tit Moon, a mini boardercross course with banked turns for ages 7 to 12. Meribel’s village is one of the most beautiful in the French Alps, with chalets made from traditional local materials.
If you’re going skiing with your family, you should consider the “Le Carroz”. Le Carroz is located near Geneva in France’s Grand Massif. It is known for its heavy snow cover, reasonable ticket prices, and excellent intermediate terrain. Many of the runs are shaded by trees, and one of the best pistes in France for beginners is among them. Skiers are transported from the town to the main lifts by magic carpets. Let us deliver your luggage and ski equipment to your resort in France by clicking here.
Scotland United Kingdom
To ski in Scotland, you need to abide by the covid-19 safety precautions set by the government. The Scottish mountain resorts offer a great value fun day out, with each centre offering something different. They are also close enough that you can gather a group of friends, hop in the car, and drive here from most parts of the United Kingdom.
Glenshee Ski Centre
The largest ski area in Scotland is spread across three valleys with an ever-improving lift system. However, don’t expect another Park City or Vail. Runs are spread across three valleys, with the best skiing at either end. Standing at the summit of Glas Maol, it feels like you’re on the outskirts of a vast wilderness. There is some easier ski terrain in the middle, but not much for absolute beginners. Glenshee is located in the southern part of the Cairngorms National Park, so there are numerous opportunities for walks.
Lecht may be one of Scotland’s smallest ski areas, but it’s a popular choice for families, thanks to its low lift ticket prices. Furthermore, this family-friendly resort has focused on developing the best beginner facilities in the country, with a row of sheltered magic carpets and drag lifts right next to the restaurant and Day Lodge.
Typically associated with golden beaches and hazy sunshine, Spain has earned a strong reputation as an excellent ski destination due to its immaculately maintained runs, great value resorts and hotels, friendly atmosphere, and high-quality ski schools.
Formigal is one of Spain’s most popular ski resorts due to its modern aesthetics and diverse slopes. There are beginner areas for those who are new to the sport, as well as more than 30 runs designed for intermediate and advanced levels.
The resort also offers night skiing, with skiers and snowboarders able to test their skills on a timed slalom track. Once completed, the resort provides riders with a video recording so they can reflect on their run and take home a one-of-a-kind souvenir!
The Sierra Nevada.
Sierra Nevada may be the ideal resort for you if sun and skiing are your ideal combination. There is also no need to be concerned about snow melting because an artificial snowmaking system is used to ensure excellent skiing conditions.
The resort is a good choice for beginners, with English-speaking instructors on hand to introduce newcomers to the sport and help them feel at ease on the slopes. Intermediates and experts alike have a lot to look forward to, as the World Alpine Ski Championships courses provide exciting challenges. In addition, Sierra Nevada is unique in that it offers alternative skiing options such as cross-country, artistic, and telemark skiing. Let us deliver your luggage and ski equipment to your resort in Spain by clicking here for a quote today.