Ski resorts have always been family friendly to a degree, but where you go with a group of adults can be vastly different than where you go when you want a real family holiday. For that reason it is important to consider all the factors when planning a trip with your children for fun in the snow. You want to go to a place that is great for teaching young skiers as well as one that has lots of other activities as well. It can mean the difference between fun in the cold and misery in the freezing cold.
Vermont offers a number of low-key areas to ski. The snow will be a little harder but the childcare and ski school are both reasonably priced.
The smaller mountains make it more affordable for a family to go. There is also tubing and ice skating so you will never be bored.
Mount Tremblant is only 90 minutes away from Montreal. It features a European-inspired village with truffle stands and crepe stands. When you are up on the mountain you will find there are a number of beginner slopes that are easy to access right from the chalets. There are a number of indoor and outdoor activities and even a Mother Nature camp that teaches 3 and 4-year-olds to ski. For teens there’s a terrain park and plenty of snowboarding.….READ MORE ON THE NEXT PAGE