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My Ski Weekend Checklist

My Ski Weekend Checklist

A Ski Weekend Checklist for a weekend which includes Sauna, Skidooing, Ice Skating and Dinner out too!

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This weekend I am lucky enough to be heading off to Morzine with a group of other travel bloggers to try out TG Ski’s luxury catered ski chalets in Morzine.  We are not only going to ski, but we are going to try ice skating, skidooing, night sledging and the spa too! I can’t wait. So what am I going to be packing?

Clothes

Snow Boots – the warmer the better, I’m taking these Hoodoo Snow Boots from Keen.

Slippers – for the chalet, you will definitely want to get those ski boots or snow boots off

Jumpers – layering is key!

T-shirts or Base Layers

Swimming Costume – Most places have a sauna at least!

Thick socks – at least two pairs a day

Gloves, scarves and hats – always take two pairs and two hats as they are easy to loose! I love a good bobble hat!

Jeans and Jumper/Nice Top

Warm Coat – for when you aren’t wearing your ski jacket. I have a lovely North Face one !

Christmas Jumper – Seasonal! I’m taking this one below from Joules!

My Ski Weekend Checklist

Ski equipment

Skis, Helmet, Ski Boots can be provided in resort. Great for a Weekend.

Ski socks – at least three or four pairs even for the weekend!

Goggles

Ski jacket – make sure it keeps you warm and fits well.

Salopettes –  make sure they aren’t too big or too tight, you need to be able to move

Ski gloves

Anything Else!

Backpack – for the essentials

Sun cream – a higher factor than you mkght think – best for SPF50

Sunglasses – for when you’re off the slopes

Lip balm with SPF

Vaseline

First-aid kit

Insurance docs – and check the winter sports

Passport photos – you might need them for your lift pass

Hand warmers

Water

Snacks – I’m a fan of the little bars of chocolate and raisins.

 

and if you’re skiing with kids – here is the slightly longer one for that!

 

My Ski Weekend Checklist

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