For the older children the care moves towards one of logistics to get children to and from ski school, lunch and ski clubs. The needs will depend on ability and how much time you want to spend with or without your children. Without doesn’t mean abandoning, they have such a good time whether in ski school or at ski clubs, it depends on the balance that you choose as a family and what’s available with the holiday you’ve chosen.
There’s a wide choice of kids clubs that are available offering lessons, lunchtime and evening supervision. Call one of our ski sales experts on the phone number above for more information about family ski holidays. Favourite chalets and hotels for families with juniors are Chalet Iceberg in Tignes, Chalet Hotel Berangere in Les Deux Alpes and Hotel del Clos in El Tarter.
Sprites Ski School - Sprite Intermediates Plus (7 to 12 years)
Sprites Ski School - Sprite Beginners and Improvers (5 to 10 years)
Snow Club (3 - 8 years)
Cocoa Club (6 - 12 years)
Sprites Ski School - Super Sprites (8 - 12 years)
Supervised Lunch (3 - 12 years)
Sprites Ski School - Sprite Intermediates (6 to 11 years)
Sprites Ski School - Spritelets (3 & 4 years)
Essentially it comes down to age and ability, once your child is on the ladder you’ll be booking your place for the following year when you get back. The children love the evening clubs which is something often missed off when people book, it’s an extra worth adding on at the time of booking.
Mini Club Med – (4 to 10 years)
The all-inclusive specialists include childcare and ski or snowboard lessons for this age range in the holiday package, making Club Med holidays extremely attractive for families with children at these ages.
Mini Club Med facilities can be found in these Club Med resorts: Valmorel, Plagne 2100, Peisey-Vallandy, Tignes, Aime La Plagne, Avoriaz, Alpe d’Huez, Les Deux Alpes, Serre Chevalier, Cervinia, Pragelato, St Moritz, Villars, and the new Grand Massif Samoëns.
Adventurers Club ( 7 years +)
This club is for children aged 7 years and above with skiing from beginners to expert level. Adventurous Club now includes six mornings of ski lessons, six hot lunches and all Adventurers will have three afternoons of fun adventurous skiing with children of a similar ability accompanied by a ski instructor. Staff meet the children from lessons and feedback will be collected from the instructors for the parents.