I’m really excited to interview Timothy and Scarlett about family ski trips. We’ve visited a number of ski resorts over the past few years and recently returned from a Utah ski vacation during spring break. So, we thought this would be a good time to talk about why family ski trips are a good idea, whether or not you should book ski lessons for your kids, and the importance of snowball fights.
Family ski trips
We’ve had so many amazing experiences at ski resorts throughout North America. And we want to encourage families to hit the slopes to have a great time and build a lifelong love of skiing and snowboarding. Here are a few of our favorite places to learn how to ski and snowboard:
- Learn how to snowboard at Mammoth Mountain
- Learn how to snowboard at Snow Summit
- How to save money on your ski vacation
- How to ski for free with your airline boarding pass
- Top 10 reasons your kids should take ski lessons
You can save money on your lift tickets through our affiliate Liftopia. They sell lift tickets at huge discounts compared to buying them directly from the mountain. We also use Dosh to save on hotel rooms. You’ll find great rates and get up to 40% cash back on your hotel reservations.
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Places we talked about on the podcast
Here is a map of all of the places we talked about on the podcast episode with Timothy and Scarlett about family ski trips. You can zoom into the map and click on each dot to explore the city.
Who are Timothy and Scarlett?
Timothy and Scarlett are my kids who love to travel. At the time of our recording, Timothy is 11 years old and Scarlett is 7 years old. They’ve both been traveling since they were six weeks old, and they have their passports and Global Entry so they can travel internationally like a pro. The kids love to play sports, watch YouTube & Netflix, and create interesting artwork.
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Stay tuned for our next episode
Listen to the next episode when Eric Spitz of the Juxtaposed Journeys podcast shares the best things to do in Lansing, Michigan. In this episode, Eric and I talk about touring the Capitol Building, exploring Hawk Island State Park, and attending the Lansing Art Festival. We hope you’ll join us when We Travel There.