What Do I Need For My Winter Ski Vacation?

If you've never been skiing before, you are in for a treat. Not only is skiing a great excuse to scout out some really beautiful places, it is also a lot of fun. It doesn't matter if you are doing this solo, with your significant other, friends, or family members, this is going to be an exciting adventure for you   maybe even a new tradition. When you decide that you want to go on a winter ski vacation, though, you may start to wonder what you should take with you. Let's take a look at some of the ways you can prepare for Colorado ski packages.

This isn't just about safety   it's about comfort as well. First and foremost, if this is your first time on a winter ski vacation, you are going to need skis and equipment. You usually can rent these at whatever resort you are staying at. So before you go out and buy hundreds of dollars worth of equipment, call your resort and ask if they offer equipment rentals. Also, if they do rent equipment but it seems a little high, you can also search around the town you are staying in. Since Colorado is one of the biggest ski states in the country, there will be places outside the resort that will offer book and ski rentals, possibly for much cheaper rates.

If you've never being skiing before, you might want to sign up for Colorado ski lessons. Almost every resort out there offers some kind of skiing lessons, have they be the hour, the day, or the weekend, where you can learn the basics from qualified instructors. These people will teach you about the different parts of your skis, how to speed up, slow down, stop, turn, etc. They will also teach you about mountain safety and what to do if you get lost or hurt.

Next, you need to know what to wear for your Colorado ski packages. More than anything, you really need to have a warm overcoat or a shell that is going to be waterproof and insulated. Most travelers also prefer to wear a fleece or wool jacket underneath, as it gets really cold up there at such high altitudes and around all that snow. Additionally, you should wear insulated, waterproof ski pants and a thick winter hat. Gloves are a necessity as well as a scarf, neck warmer or full face mask with insulation. Make sure you bring your thermals as well! It's always better to be safe than to be sorry, especially f you're sensitive to the cold. Lastly, you should buy ski goggles or a mask and a helmet. You might feel odd wearing a helmet to ski, but this is going to really ensure you are safe. You can easily find all of these items at a sports or mountain store online or offline before your winter ski vacation.
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