Easter is one of the most fun times of the year to head out for a skiing holiday with your family - with many resorts offering additional Easter activities for all the family, the slopes come alive with fun, games, and of course chocolate Easter eggs.
✔️ Great local ski schools
✔️ Resort family facilities
✔️ Fun family activities
Best Easter resorts:
Here is a selection of some of the resorts to visit and stay at during the Easter holidays:
France - La Rosiere
The La Rosiere tourist board put on the 'Great Egg Hunt' and a treasure hunt. The treasure hunt starts at the tourist office where you will get your booklet of instructions and sends you and your family on a treasure hunt for Easter eggs hidden around the resort. It is great fun and lasts all day until 5pm, from then the Great Egg Hunt begins, both of which are free to join.
La Roseire is an ideal family resort with lots of ski schools and additional facilities throughout the resort such as a cinema, ice rink and bowling alley and has plenty of family friendly accommodation too, so it suits families of any size and age.
Plenty of family friendly accommodation is available.
See more information on the La Rosiere Tourist Board Easter Page
Switzerland - Saas Fee
The Saas Fee tourist board showcase an interactive Easter Nest hunt over the Easter weekend. By scanning a QR code, you can download an interactive map that provides clues and directions for the Easter Nest hunt. The hunt opens from 8.30am to 6pm on both days and has over 18 nests to find and there is also a prize at the end for the fastest solved.
The additional activities here are also amazing - with an Ice cave, Adventure Land, an Aqua play pool and a Fox Trail, all will easily keep your family busy for a week on top of your days out skiing or snowboarding.
The accommodation options in Saas Fee are also perfect for families with a mix of hotels, chalets and apartments.
See more information on the Saas Fee Tourist Board Easter page
Top family friendly resorts:
Morzine, France - awarded Families Plus label for their excellent dedication towards families regards accommodation, ski schools and additional activities.
Kronplatz, Italy - children specific ski areas so they can relax and practice at their own pace with no pressure of busy slopes.
Obergurgl, Austria - family parks and fun slopes so your little ones can play and have fun and build up their skills in a safe environment.
Top beginner/new skier resorts:
Arinsal, Andorra - dedicated family and new skier areas so you can ski together without worrying about too many other speedy skiers on the slopes.
Lake Louise, Canada - special 'Minute Maid Wilderness Adventure Park' for practicing, playing and having fun in the snow.
Flaine, France - three free ski lifts around the base so beginners can practice before buying a lift pass to venture out further.
Best Easter accommodation:
A selection of some the best accommodation for families.
FAQ's for skiing holidays at Easter
Is Easter a good time to ski with the family? - Easter time in resorts is geared up for families, the resorts often offer additional family friendly activities and of course most host an Easter Egg hunt.
Does Easter still have good snow conditions? Easter, or April, is still a great time to go on a skiing holiday - with warmer weather and longer days of sunshine, it is perfect for little ones to get out and give it a go without getting too cold or for beginners to practice in.
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