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While every holiday presents its own type of challenges, a Winter or Ski Vacation takes a bit more planning and packing.  We have put together some tips to help make your Winter or Ski Vacation a 

WINTER HOLIDAY TIPS

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Before buying equipment for young children - consider renting the first time out.  This gives you and your children a chance to try on equipment and proper sizing.

Visit a ski store first to see what new equipment costs, sizing as far as boots, ski lengths and types, and poll sizes.  Some stores also offer buy-back programs.  If you have more than one child, buying new sometimes pays off as it can be passed down.  You can also look at selling the equipment when it is outgrown.

Check out ski swaps and Ski Stores that sell used equipment - younger children's equipment usually doesn't see a lot of wear and is expensive to buy new - call local ski hills to find out about any ski swaps. 

Ski Boots should be snug and comfortable.

Insist that Children wear helmets.  See Winter Safety Tips for more information on helmets and  Travel News - Helmet Safety for Skiers,Snowboarders - Some Ski Hills won't let anyone on certain runs without it.  To help keep ears and necks warm, add earbands and a neck warmer.  The neck warmer can be slipped up over the face right up to the goggles.

Everyone should have a pair of goggles.  They keep the sun, wind and snow out of the eyes (which can be a problem for little children) and help with Sun Safety.

 Equipment Checklist:

  • Skis with bindings/Snowboard

  • Ski Polls (children under 5 don't need polls)

  • Ski Boots/Snowboard Boots

  • Helmets - See Winter Safety Tips

  • Snowboarders should have wristguards

  • A lock (or one for each person) to lock up equipment outside the Lodge.

  • Gloves (1 pair each)

  • Ski Hats/Ear Bands and Neck Warmers

  • Goggles/Sunglasses 

  • Ski Suit

  • Consider a harness for young children - see Tips for Skiing with Little Ones for suggestions on use.

  • Layered clothing - see below.

With the equipment out of the way, focus shifts to what to wear.  Winter clothes can be quite bulky so layered coats and sweaters will serve better than one large coat for different weather types. 

Buy Snowsuits that are bright and easily visible, water and wind resistant. Wind Flaps on zippers, snug cuffs at wrists and ankles keep the wind and snow out.  NOClick here to view travel news about the danger of drawstrings on children's outerwear DRAWSTRINGS ON COAT HOODS. Click on the coat to view news article about the danger of drawstrings on children's outerwear.   Most Children's coats do not have drawstrings anymore as manufacturers have stopped putting them on.  Check to ensure that these are removed.  They can get caught on equipment and pose a strangulation risk.   

Dress in Layers  - three layers plus a jacket.  You can always remove a sweater and store it in the locker if you are getting too hot.   Polypropylene underwear or long johns (recommended as these will keep the back warmer) feel nice next to skin, dry quickly and absorbs sweat. Turtle necks will help keep necks warm (have some extra ones) and a wool sweater with help keep warmth in and take moisture away from the body.

Name Tags - Sewn inside the coat - not visible to strangers but available if children get lost on the hill.  Children should also have a ski map and a brochure from your hotel or resort inside their coat pockets just in case they get lost.

Mittens are best for younger children as they keep the fingers warmer by keeping fingers together. This is especially important if children aren't using polls.  See Hitting the slopes with the kids for tips.

Gloves or Mittens that are water resistent (they have a plastic layer inside) are best.  Consider taking an extra pair with you to leave in the locker or car for young children.

Snow Boots for Apres Ski and Running shoes for the kids  - see packing tips.

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Packing for a winter or ski vacation requires a knack for taking only what is necessary while making sure you have everything you need.

Pack what you need first and see how much room you have left over.  See First Aid Tips and other travel tip sections for hints.

As Ski Jackets can be quite bulky, we suggest you don't pack your ski jackets but wear them instead.  

Winter boots are a must - boots with liners and extra insoles will keep feet warm for outdoor activities.  Wear your winter boots while you travel.  You can take them off in the Airplane or car during travel.  Don't forget to take some running shoes for the kids and shoes for a nice dinner out for the parents.  Running shoes for kids will be needed for indoor activities if your ski resort offers indoor children's programs.   

Make sure you take lots of warm socks and don't forget the sweaters.  

Take at least one nice outfit for each family member - a nice dinner out adds to that holiday feeling.  Track suits or leisure wear should form the bulk of your clothing.  Warm pajamas for at least the children are a must. 

Bathing Suits, Skates, hockey sticks and other accessories are optional and depend on the facilities at your lodgings/resorts and whether you are driving or flying.  

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Sunscreen is a must on any winter holiday see Sun Safety Tips.

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Research your destination - see SKI RESORTS  or Travel News - Ski Resorts for ideas on destinations and don't forget to visit accompanying HOTEL AND RESORT LISTINGS AND LINKS for accommodations.  Looking for Apre Ski Activities - link to FAMILY ATTRACTIONS.  Many Ski Resorts have child care available for non-skiing children.  Hotel Fun 4 Kids™ Ski Resort Listings include details of children's programs.  Many Ski Resorts also over multi-day discount passes and early/late season discounts.

Plan skiing trips for mid week or non-holiday times if you want to avoid the major crowds.  Ask the resorts when they are least busy - early/late season and check for discounts.

If you are taking equipment, have it checked out before you leave.  Have skis or snowboards waxed, sharpened and inspected to ensure bindings are secured before packing and make sure all the equipment fits.  Special bags designed for your ski/snowboard equipment make travel a lot easier.  If you are renting equipment, you'll just need to worry about all the accessories.

If possible, before you go, hit the slopes a couple times to get some practice before the holiday. Staying in shape on a regular basis will help with this.  Being fit makes skiing much more fun. 

Give the kids a couple lessons so they have an idea what to expect and have a little practice on the hills and with chairlifts, T-Bar tows and rope toes.   Lessons for first timers also start children off on the right foot (Or should we say Ski Boot).  This also gives them a chance to try on equipment or if renting, to know what size equipment.  

Make sure everyone KNOWS THE CODE (click here to visit Skiing Safety Tips and the Code), be safety conscious and respect other people using the hills.

Go over general family safety tips and visit WINTER SAFETY TIPS for safety tips about winter vacations including frost bite and hypothermia.

Click here to view Travel News about Helmet Safety.Insist that Children wear helmets.  Some Ski Hills won't let anyone on certain runs without it, even adults.  Click the image for more information.  To help keep ears and necks warm, add ear bands and a neck warmer.  The neck warmer can be slipped up over the face right up to the goggles.

Everyone should have a pair of goggles.  They keep the sun, wind and snow out of the eyes (which can be a problem for little children) and help with Sun Safety.

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Before heading out to the ski hill, make sure all familyClick to view travel news about skiing. members are properly dressed and equipped.  Make sure all children wear a helmet.  Consider taking extra turtle necks and putting them in the locker to change at lunch time.  Click on the image to view Travel News about skiing:

Practice Sun Safety and be aware of concerns for Frost bite and Hypothermia and practice winter safety - see  Winter Safety Tips for more information.

KNOW THE CODE and remind all family members.

Check weather and ski hill conditions and be prepared for changes in the weather.

If kids are skiing on their own make sure they have a buddy and arrange to meet at certain times during the day at one place - consider giving kids a watch with an alarm to remind them when to meet.  Instruct them on which hills they can ski on and which hills to avoid - give them a map.  Teach them to recognize safety patrol and to approach them for assistance.

Pagers are becoming an option for keeping track of children while skiing, ask the resort before booking if these are available.

Consider arranging lessons for children - this allows them to learn proper techniques, meet other children, learn the hills, by-pass longer lines when in a lesson and allows parents to have some free ski time.  See Ski School Tips below.  You may also want to watch the lesson for a little while.  You might learn something too or at least see what is being taught so you can help after the lesson to re-enforce the instructions.

Warm up on the bunny or beginner hill with children.  

Make sure everyone drinks plenty of water and consider keeping a little snack in your pocket for a little pick me up during the chair ride or at a break.

Take breaks often.  Enjoy the view and watch other skiers too.

Always lower the bar on chair lifts and hold small children at all times on chair lifts.  

Don't mix alcohol/drugs and skiing with your kids.  Set a good example and maintain control when skiing.

Chase the leader and Follow my Tail are just two fun games to play with your children on the ski hill.

Ski Tip Control Devices are available to help young children maintain a wedge ski position.

TIPS FOR INTRODUCING LITTLE ONES TO SKIING

Make sure the Little Ones wear a Helmet.
  1. Be aware of concerns for Frost bite and Hypothermia see Winter Safety Tips for more information.
  2. If you are a confident skier and comfortable on the slopes, young children can be skiing as early as two years of age. Consider looking for a small toboggan hill, strapping on some small plastic skis and enjoying an hour or two on the hill with your little one. This is a cheap way to introduce skiing and you don’t need to worry about your equipment.
  3. Start Skiing with a harness – This allows for you to hold up your child and even steer with the straps on either side. Hold the straps tightly in your hand when using any ski lift to ensure that straps don’t get caught. Harnesses can also add extra support when getting on/off the chair lift and during the ride up.
  4. When using a harness encourage your child to lean forward with their upper body and bend their knees.  Use the harness as a means of slowing their progress down the hill.  
  5. If skiing becomes comfortable with the harness you can lengthen the straps for greater freedom without losing control of the child.
  6. Some people like to use a hula hoop but it can prove awkward on the chair lift. Some people use their polls.
  7. Teach the pizza slice - have children put their ski tips together and spread the backs of their skis (snow plow) to learn how to stop by pushing the backs of the skis out.
  8. Once your child is more comfortable, introduce the idea of going across the hill as a means of slowing down.
  9. Hold on to child at all times on chair lift and always lower the bar. You can place young children over your lap or hold under your arm when disembarking the chair.
  10. On a t-bar or rope tow put young children between your legs and have them loop arms around your legs.
  11. Choose easy hills or beginner hills.
  12. Take lots of breaks and start out with no more than an hour. Keep a little snack handy and even a little drink in your pocket or fanny pack.
  13. If you are using a harness, avoid taking ski polls.
  14. Teach them to KNOW THE CODE and practice it too.
  15. Enforce Safety rules.
  16. Consider lessons and some Ski Resorts offer programs where parents can participate in the lesson and learn to help teach as well.
  17. See other skiing tips.
  18. Most of All make it FUN and skiing can become a past-time for the entire family.

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When planning a Ski or Winter Vacation, consider lessons as a way for children to meet other children, learn proper skiing techniques and provide parents with time to ski together and on more difficult runs.  Hotel Fun 4 Kids™ Ski Resort Listings give details of skiing programs available at Ski Resorts.  Some Programs offer child care with skiing, while others offer programs that parents can join in.  Also see our Travel News - Ski Resorts for news on Family Skiing Programs.

Research the ski program  - Questions to Ask can include:

  1. Are the instructors certified?

  2. What is the ratio of kids to instructors?

  3. How much lesson time is involved and if there is some supervised unstructured ski time?

  4. Are children grouped according to age or age and ability?

  5. Does the program include daycare facilities for children who don't ski or a program of ski lesson and off hill child care?

Before the lesson begins, tell the instructor where you'll be and check in after the first hour if you are not participating in the lesson.  Discuss with the instructor what the procedure is if the child gets too cold or doesn't want to ski anymore - is there a location to meet at the end of the lesson?  What happens if your child's abilities don't match that of the group, are there provisions to change groups?

Children's Ski Instructors are usually trained on how to teach children how to ski.  Talk to them before the lesson, introduce your child to the instructor and then let them do their job.   Your child will learn skiing safety and because ski instructors want to make it fun, maybe the Pizza Slice will replace the Snowplow and French Fries will double for parallel skiing.

Children also need to learn how to fall down and get back up again.

Watch the beginning of the lesson.  Does it look like fun, is the instructor friendly and does your child look comfortable? Is the rest of the group basically of the same ability?

Consider providing a private lesson for your child's first lesson.  This one on one attention, especially for very young children, is a great way to start.

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Beginner snowboarders might want to consider renting equipment the first time to ensure that it is something they enjoy.  Lessons will teach proper techniques, safety and the all important - HOW TO FALL AND GET UP AGAIN.   

Some other tips include:

  1. Be aware of concerns for Frost bite and Hypothermia see  Winter Safety Tips for more information.

  2. Wrist Guards can help reduce the incidents of sprained wrists - a common injury among snowboarders.

  3. Never let children Snowboard alone - always with a buddy and a helmet is must.

  4. KNOW THE CODE and practice it.

  5. Ensure equipment is in good condition.

  6. See other skiing tips for more information. 

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CROSS COUNTRY SKIING:

Cross-country skiing is another winter activity that the whole family can enjoy.   Here are some tips for making it fun for everyone.

  • It is a little harder for younger children (under 6) but there are alternatives to having them ski and still bring them along.  Younger children can be pulled in a toboggan or tag a long type sleigh - more work for the parents if you want the exercise.

  • Be aware of concerns for Frost bite and Hypothermia see  Winter Safety Tips for more information and practice Winter Safety.

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  • Consider renting the first time out.  It is less expensive than downhill skiing but may be a little slow and too much work for some kids.   

  • Layers are very important in cross-country skiing.  As you warm up, you can remove a layer or two.  Lighter pants than ski pants are recommended.

  • Some people like to take babies in back packs while cross-country skiing.  Extra caution must be exercised if you are doing this so that you don't fall on baby.  Never Downhill Ski with a back pack.

  • Review other skiing tips for more information on making Cross-Country skiing fun for the whole family.

    Ski only on the marked trails and in the proper direction as indicated by the trail markers.
    Please leave the wilderness area for others to enjoy as you have.

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SNOWMOBILING:

Snowmobiling can be a great way to explore trails and enjoy the great outdoors in winter.  Make sure all family members wear approved helmets and follow the trail rules.  The following are some tips for Snowmobile Fun: 

  • Be aware of concerns for Frost bite and Hypothermia see  Winter Safety Tips for more information and practice Winter Safety.

  • It is recommended that Children under 6 years of age not ride snowmobiles and Children under 16 years of age not operate snowmobiles alone.  Some States have laws for age requirements of operation of snowmobiles.

  • Snowmobiles should not be used to tow a tie, tub, sled or saucer.  Only specifically designed tow carts should be used.

  • Dress warmly and check with children frequently to ensure they are warm and comfortable. 

  • Stay together as the trails can be quite extensive and it is easy to get lost.  Consider pagers and a cell phone (keep them inside your jacket so the battery is kept warm).  It is recommended that you stay on marked trails.

  • If children are riding with you, try to put them in front of you, being careful that no part of their body touches any hot surfaces.  If children are operating their own machine, ensure that they know how to operate it safely.  

  • Never take children on lakes and rivers.

  • Check state or provincial laws regarding the ages and requirements for operators of snowmobiles.

LG from Ontario offers these additional tips for snowmobiling  fun.

  1. REMEMBER: a warm child is a content child. Bring along extra mittens and socks. 
  2. Teach children that are riding on the back of the sled how to signal the driver that a stop is needed.
  3. Limit drinks prior to and during the trip to avoid frequent "bathroom" stops.
  4. Choose a trail distance appropriate for the age of your children.
  5. Always travel with an emergency and first aid kit. Tuck some tissues, lip balm, and a healthy snack in your pockets for easy reach.
  6. Use extra caution and reduced speed when travelling with your children. Remember they’re the back seat drivers and are learning all of your driving habits!
  7. Stick to well travelled trails that are known to you when snowmobiling with children. 

LG also offered some fun suggestions for SNOWMOBILING FAMILY FUN, Click here to view these great family activities.

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TOBOGGANING:

Tobogganing is another great way to enjoy the outdoors.  Many Ski Resorts offer a special hill for just such a purpose.  Here are some tips to keep in mind to make it an enjoyable family outing - see other tips on this page also:

  • Be aware of concerns for Frost bite and Hypothermia see  Winter Safety Tips for more information..

  • Dress warmly and check with children frequently to ensure that they are warm, dry and comfortable.

  • Have children wear a helmet.

  • Choose Hills that are away from roads and parking lots and free from rocks, trees, fences and other dangers.  

  • Teach children to slide down the middle of the hill and climb up the sides.

  • KNOW THE CODE applies here also.

  • Obey age limits for snow racers.

  • Children under 5 should not go down the hill alone - get a toboggan that is large enough for an adult to go down with the child.

  • Don't toboggan onto a lake.

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SNOW TUBING:  Snow Tubing is becoming a popular sport at many ski resorts.  Here are some tips to keep in mind to make it an enjoyable family outing - see other tips on this page also:

  • Be aware of concerns for Frost bite and Hypothermia see  Winter Safety Tips for more information..

  • Dress warmly and check with children frequently to ensure that they are warm, dry and comfortable.

  • Have children wear a helmet and regular winter boots.  Snowtubes can go as fast as 80 km per hour on a crisp day.

  • Make sure track is clear.  Clear track as quickly as possible when finished ride.  Don't cross into other tube tracks.

  • One person per tube in a sitting position.  Tubes can be held together going down the hill.

  • Stay in the track and obey operator instructions.

  • KNOW THE CODE applies here also.

  • Children under 5 should not go down the hill alone - there are height restrictions for this activity.

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SKATING/HOCKEY:

Skating and pick up hockey can provide a welcome change from skiing on a winter holiday.  Keep these tips in mind to help keep it fun:

  • Be aware of concerns for Frost bite and Hypothermia see  Winter Safety Tips for more information.

  • Make sure an adult checks the ice before children venture onto any lakes, ponds or rivers.  Ice should be smooth and at least 10 cm thick.  NEVER SKATE NEAR OPEN WATER.

  • Children should always wear a helmet.

  • Respect other skaters.

  • Consider skating lessons before you go.

  • Have children skate the same way as the crowd or move to the side if learning to skate.  A harness can help when teaching a young child to skate.  It is easier to hold a child up with a harness.

  • If playing hockey, ensure everyone has gloves on and hockey helmets with face masks should be worn by all children.  

  • It helps if you establish the rules for hockey before the game begins.

  • Other fun games to play on the ice include tag, freeze tag, redlight/greenlight, simon says, and soccer.

  • Tips for teaching young children to skate include using the same stopping technique as skiing by wedging the skates, beginner skaters should first be taught to walk or march on the ice than gradually introduce the glide when balance has been obtained.  Encourage children to bend the knees and use airplane arms for balance.  Getting up is a challenge - kneel first, put one foot up at a time, trying not to move, keep knees bent and use arms for balance.

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After a good day of outdoor activities, its a good idea to change into something dry and comfortable, warm up, have a snack and relax.  

Most Resort Areas and Hotels have activities to occupy children and parents after a day on the hill.  Spend some more time outside, build a snowman, have a snowball fight.

 

Hot Tubs provide a great way to warm up and relax those tired muscles but caution should be exercised for young children.  See Winter Safety Tips for safety information on children using hot tubs.

Have a good snack after enjoying the winter activities, relax for while and then consider going for dinner.  Down time is important for your body and some stretching exercises for the whole family will reduce muscle fatigue the next day.   Hot chocolate is always a family favourite after a day in the great outdoors.

Take a nap, watch a movie or just enjoy the scenery by going for a drive or walk into town.  Maybe even do some shopping.  

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All Tips are offered as suggestions only

While we have tried to provide you with a list of suggestions to help parents when travelling with children to keep them safe, unfortunately, we can’t think of everything and it is the responsibility of parents to ensure their children’s safety.

 

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