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Ski Tips for New and Nervous Skiers
” It’s been a few years since I braved the slopes and I have some trepidation about skiing again. Idaho’s ski resorts and Visit Idaho answered my ski questions below and now I can’t wait to embark on another family ski vacation.” -Colleen Lanin, TravelMamas.com
Read more on TravelMamas.com
Check out Trekaroo’s Ultimate Ski Vacation Guide where families will find a tips and tricks for planning the best ski vacation possible.
Ski School: What to Look for in a Ski Resort when Traveling with Kids
“We have tips to get you from the bunny hills to the black diamonds—at least figuratively speaking. Here’s what to look for in a ski resort for families with young kids.” – Amanda Williams
Learn more about what makes a great ski school or read our Q&A with Mammoth Ski School Director
Family Cross-Country Skiing: Learn to Ski like an Olympian
“We love that cross-country skiing is a sport that is accessible to all ages—literally from infancy to the golden years!” – Amanda Williams
Learn more about what families need to have a great cross-country ski trip.
DEAL: SuperSaver rates available throughout the winter starting at $99 per youth and $129 per adult per night including lodging, lift tickets, and family activities.
DEAL: Get the kids ready to ski: Idaho is proud to offer the 5th & 6th Grade Passport. ANY 5th & 6th grader can ski FREE at or ride two days FREE and includes special deals on equipment rentals and lessons at each of the Ski Idaho participating resorts. Want more? Find additional deals just announced!