Skiing with the Family at Easter: How, Why and Where

We take a look at why Easter ski holidays are on the rise with families.

With many ski holidays/resorts oversubscribed in the February half term and in the light of the clampdown on term-time getaways, increasing numbers of families are looking to take their ski holiday at Easter.

Mark Warner’s high-altitude resorts, including Val d’Isère and Tignes, make spring a great time to go skiing, and not just as a way of burning off all that Easter chocolate!

It’s not all about saving money and avoiding the crowds, either – although the latter is a consideration for those learning to ski, for whom uncrowded slopes are a bonus. The mountain restaurants will be less busy too, so you take the time to enjoy a long leisurely lunch.

Other reasons to favour Easter are the generally milder weather (better for those with very young kids – and you might even get a bit of a tan!), and longer, lighter evenings, meaning that ski lifts stay open later and there’s more time for family après ski and outdoor activities, and more scope for late-season music festivals and other events.

Read more about Mark Warner’s Easter ski deals.

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