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Not-So-Secret Tips For A Happy Ski Vacation

On the Lift

As any parent knows, expectations run high this time of year for young and old alike. With so many tasks to juggle, I'm hoping this list of tips will help make your ski vacation be just that: a true vacation from the everyday, with time to truly cherish some family moments.

Following your holiday festivities with Santa next week, many of you will be joining me for a week filled with allthings Winter Fun: skiing and riding, skating, snowshoeing, dogsledding, sleigh rides, tubing, and of course a little hot chocolate at the end of the day.


Here if you're few dos and don'ts as you head to the resort next week:


Make sure that you make reservations for all the great activities you'd like to take part in. Ski school,  canopy tours, babysitting, sleigh or dogsled rides and many other activities fill up over vacation week, so be sure to call the activities desk ahead of time to make sure you don't miss out.  (And don't forget your Spa reservations; you deserve it after all you've done to get the gifts under the tree and the family to the mountain!)  Lift tickets, rentals, and ski school reservations can also be made online ahead of time, which will give you more time when you're at the mountain to be on the snow.


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