Crystal Ski Holidays puts beginners first

Crystal Ski Holidays puts beginners first

Crystal Ski Holidays is now offering ‘Slope Starters’ packages to Arinsal, Andorra in addition to Flaine, France.

Slope Starters is designed with the beginner skiing and snowboarding community in mind and will whisk travellers off to the mountains for a week of bumper skiing and socialising.

Starting at £845 per person, the package includes return flights, half-board accommodation, transfers, ski lessons, equipment hire and a lift pass.

The Andorra Slope Starters beginner week will run 21-28 January 2024, with Flaine taking place 9-16 March 2024.

Aside from skiing, attendees will have the chance to make new friends with welcome drinks at the hotel, as well as a bowling night, partying at après-ski and a relaxing spa session. And to round everything off, there’ll be an awards evening on the last night to celebrate customers’ debut trips to the mountains. 

Chris Logan, Managing Director, Crystal Ski Holidays, said: “We launched our first ever Slope Starters week for winter 2022-23 in Flaine, France with the aim to remove barriers to skiing and snowboarding for people who have never tried it before, while also showing them how much fun you can have on – and off – the slopes. We’re excited to now be offering a second resort for customers, to give them more choice.

What’s great about Slope Starters is everything is taken care of in one complete package and gives travellers the chance to make new, like-minded friends along the way. We hope that once they’ve had their first taste, they’ll keep heading back to the snow time and time again to make more unforgettable memories.”

crystalski.co.uk/

Related Posts

Crystal ups ski capacity to Norway

Crystal Ski Holidays has added further capacity into its Norway programme with the launch of a new charter flight from Manchester Airport for the 2024-25

Crystal Ski adds ‘Summit Collection’

Crystal Ski Holidays has debuted its ‘Summit Collection’, which includes premium ski accommodation across France, Italy, Austria, Andorra, and Canada. Summit-labelled properties must meet a specific