One of the best ways to enjoy the holiday season is going on a vacation with your whole family or closest friends. Enjoying some downtime with the people you love and not thinking about your responsibilities even for a few days can give you the much-deserved break you need.
If you’re planning a ski weekend for this year’s holiday treat, here are some things you must do to prepare for it:
Book in Advance
Ski resorts can be fully booked quickly during the holiday season because this is the time when everybody is away from work. That’s why it’s best if you book your trip now (or much better if you’ve already booked it). This way, you can still get a discount for being an early bird and you don’t have to be stuck with the last rooms or a resort that isn’t your first choice.
Pack the Right Clothes
As you’re going to be exposed to the cold, you need to pack winter clothes to keep yourself warm and comfortable throughout your stay. Buy ski clothes in Vail stores that are waterproof, so melting snow won’t penetrate through your clothing and make them wet and cold. If you’re planning to try skiing or snowboarding, rent the gear at the resort instead of buying your own because they can be quite costly.
Prepare Your Body
Ski resorts offer tutorials for people who want to learn how to ski. What most people don’t realize is that this snow sport can be difficult. That’s why if you want to learn, you need to condition your body by working out and doing some cardio weeks before your scheduled trip. This will help you increase your endurance so you won’t get any muscle cramps while learning how to ski.
Follow this guide to be more prepared during your ski trip with your loved ones this holiday season.