You’ve decided the next family holiday is going to take the clan on a skiing adventure and now all you need to do is find the perfect resort. This can be daunting when you realise just how many resorts there are and how varied they can be but here’s one word that’s going to make your search a whole lot easier.
We’re talking about one of Switzerland’s most beautiful and famous ski resorts – not to mention a world-renowned winter holiday spot for celebrities and mere mortals alike. More importantly, Verbier has everything the family could possibly need – both on and off the slopes – for a ski holiday the family will never forget.
Slopes for all ages and skill levels
The key thing for any family holiday is making sure everyone has a good time. This means you want a good mix of activities for all age groups, different interests and enough on offer to keep mum and dad as happy as the kids.
As Verbier holiday specialists Ski Armadillo says:
“For you the most important thing is that there are numerous activities, on and off the slopes, to keep your kids happy and entertained. From dedicated ski school to an abundance of non-ski activities, Verbier is the ideal alpine resort for families of all ages.”
For a ski holiday, this starts with having slopes and courses for all ages and skill levels. Even if this is your first time skiing for everyone in the family, you’re going to have different limits and progress and different speeds – something you don’t need to worry about in Verbier.
The resort has dedicated academies for different age groups and this includes ES Penguins, which caters for children between the ages of three and six years old. You can find out more about Verbier’s family ski schools at the Ski Armadillo blog.
Verbier has all kinds of non-ski activities
Of course, you’re heading to Verbier for the ultimate skiing experience but this doesn’t mean you have to spend every day on the slopes. One of the best things about Verbier is the range of non-ski activities for all the family to enjoy. The full list of activities will depend on the time of year you’re in Verbier but you can expect a mix of the following:
- Husky Sleigh Rides
- Ice carting
- Ice climbing
- Mountain biking
- Helicopter rides
The list of activities could go on but Verbier isn’t all about burning energy and pumping out adrenaline. Something you’ve got to try at least once while you’re here is the VIP spa and beauty treatments – no trip is complete without it. You’ve also got cinemas, shopping and a whole host of restaurants and incredible food to taste.
Best of all, you’ve got first-class childcare at hand whenever you need some alone time to enjoy the more relaxing side of this stunning holiday spot.
Head to Verbinet.com for more information about everything you and the family can get up to on your ski holiday.
The chalets are perfect for family holidays
Verbier is a beautiful mountainside village where traditional chalets meet modern amenities and there’s no better place to enjoy the amazing views than your own family chalet. This gives you the true cabin experience but with all the added luxury that has kept Verbier on the map for celebrities, pro skiers and holidaymakers.
For the ultimate experience, check out the catered chalet offerings available. Aside from having your meals taken care of, you don’t need to worry about organising transport from Geneva airport to your chalet and you’ll be helped with everything from getting your ski passes to hiring equipment and booking ski lessons.
With the catered chalet experience all you need to do after a hard day on the slopes is cosy up in front of the fire and soak up the Verbier atmosphere.
Organising a holiday for the entire family to enjoy is an unenviable task and pleasing everyone can seem impossible. When it’s all done and you’re on your way back home, it’s the memories that matter most and skiing holidays offer truly unforgettable experiences. This doesn’t mean you need to spend a solid week on the slopes, though, and you won’t find many resorts that have as much to offer for the entire family as Verbier.
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