Generally, children do not have a good understanding of mountain, snow, skiing, wrapping themselves up, walking with rigid boots. Furthermore, they are afraid of things they don't know.
So tell them in a plain way what they are going to do. Explain them that they will learn skiing while they are playing and having fun.
Here you are a few tips to have a good experience:
- The first day, take your time making them comfortable with the new environment.
- If you have arranged a private lesson or the Children Area service, arrive with enough time to help your children to settle in and make new friends.
- Label your children’s equipment with their names.
- Provide our staff a mobile phone number where you can be contacted if necessary.
- Make sure that your children have the following equipment: Skiing goggles, appropriate clothing, ski mask, waterproof gloves, helmet, and sun block cream for children.
- Remember that each kid learns at a different rhythm. Always encourage your children no matter how they ski. Your support is the best help they can get from you.
- Remember that mountain weather conditions may change suddenly and that a warm sunny day may become a hell of a storm in just a few minutes.