Racing to the slopes for an Easter ski trip? WhoSki.com is your best piste pal for snow tips for all the family, every step of the way.
Survive the drive:
From TAG to aire, 15 years-worth of tips to ease your experience of the autoroute to the Alps. Read more: Ski-drive tips
Offspring going on a Uni ski trip?
There’s a lot that goes on that it’s probably best NOT to know. Ever. We persuaded some students to spill the beans and share their tips. Read more: Secrets of the student ski trip
Sell your ski stuff now:
Have you ever tried finding ski clothing in shops after February half-term? Our top tip – don’t bother! The shelves are full of summer sports gear already, making this the perfect time to list your good as new ski clothing at WhoSki.com for a quick sale. Read more: Five simple steps to selling your ski clothes
Dealing with reluctant skiers:
What can you do if your child – or grandchild – doesn’t like ski school? My daughter hated her ski lessons, for YEARS. Here’s what I tried, with varying levels of success… Read more: Help! My child doesn’t like ski school
Must-haves for a school ski trip:
Still looking for kit for a school ski trip child? The WhoSki.com shop is the best place to buy good quality ski clothes at great prices. Check our school ski trip essentials checklist to make sure you’ve got everything you need. Read more: School ski trip packing list
Cross country ski essentials:
If you’re hitting the trails rather than the downhills, we can help. It’s hard work – but super-fun. Here’s exactly what you should be wearing to stay warm, look good and avoid overheating when cross country skiing. Read more: Dress right for XC skiing
Shop sustainably. Buy and sell at WhoSki.com: we donate 25% of our commission to teen mental health charity stem4 on EVERY sale.
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