Where to ski with your family? There are some ski resorts more suitable for families with children because of many reasons. We recommend resorts at not too high altitudes and well sun exposed to avoid a too intense cold. Then, you should choice not too wide ski areas to allow you to fast reunite your family after the children ski course or a fast slope where the parents allowed themselves a minute of vent. In addition, be careful to the gradient: families with children and beginners should choose resorts with easy slopes.


Ski resorts for a white week with your family

Andalo (Trentino)

The Paganella ski resort, in Trentino, is thought for families. Here, you will find Mary Poppins kindergarten near the slopes, where to leave children while the parents are skiing. Or if mum and dad want to follow personally their children, they can use the DUAL 6-days ski pass, which can be used alternatively by two people, that can turnover between the family and the slopes, saving half the price. Some kilometres away from Andalo you will find the Spormaggiore animal park, where you can see the area where bears and wolves live together with some domestic animals.

Seiser Alm (South Tyrol)

Alpe di Siusi – Seiser Alm is a sunny ski resort with mild slopes and quiet surroundings. Your children will find well equipped baby parks while teenagers will have fun in one of the most famous snowpark in the Dolomites.

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Antagnod (Aosta Valley)

Antagnod is a little, typical resort in Val d’Ayas, some kilometres away from the most famous Champoluc. It offers a pair of magic carpets and two chairlifts, one of them very long (1881 meters of length for a drop of 570 metres), which serves a pair of long easy slopes and a pair of intermediate slopes. It isn’t connected skis on to the other resort in Monterosa Ski ski area.

Tonale Pass (Lombardy – Trentino)

At the boundary between Lombardy and Trentino, Tonale Pass offers many easy slopes. Besides ski school areas, Valena and Calbiolo areas are particularly suitable for beginners with long, easy slopes and modern ski lifts sheltered from the wind and with a detachable grip system to slow down at the arriving point. The second part of the gondola lift going up from Ponte di Legno (the higher one), offers a wide, simple, and long slope. Temù, Ponte di Legno and Presena are more technical areas, and they are connected skis on.

Torgnon (Aosta Valley)

This Aosta Valley resort offers a good sun exposure the whole day, a medium size ski area and not too technical slopes. For the little ones, there is a Winter Park at the arriving point of the gondola lift, with two magic carpets, a ski school area and some snow tubing slopes. In the Baby Area, besides two new inflatable slides, there are trampolines, aerial runways, rotocubo playing sets, swings, soft toys for the littler ones and a mini quad track.

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