Ski Resorts

Fun On the Slopes In Claviere on a School Ski Trip

The school ski trip has to be the highlight of the school year for many a student. Having the chance to try a new sport, travel to a new country and spend time with peers in a more relaxed situation is a very exciting and appealing prospect for students. Italy has many a wonderful ski resort with excellent accommodation options, professional ski schools and a reputation for reliably good snow conditions. Most of the resorts have been developed in local villages and towns in the Italian Alps, which is a refreshing change to some of the more purpose built, less charming resorts in other parts of Europe.

There are excellent companies offering everything you need to plan the perfect school ski trip. Fun on the slopes as well as off the slopes, a taste of local Italian life and plenty of good food is what a school ski trip in Italy is all about. The travel company you book with will offer assistance with planning your trip and will follow this up with support throughout your stay in resort. In such a competitive market, the best companies aim to provide an unequalled, reassuring and personal experience. These experts are experienced in providing trips for groups of young people and have developed sound relationships with the professionals in the resorts, so the holiday will be a real winner.

Visit the Quaint Italian Resort of Claviere

Close to the border of France, Claviere is one of Italy’s best ski resorts. A quaint village that has retained much of its charm, Claviere was one of the first ski resorts to be established in the Italian Alps. It boasts a large ski area with many runs leading you right back to the door of your hotel. Part of the Vialattea, or Milky Way, this little resort is simply delightful in every aspect.

The resort is made up of some long, winding slopes, perfect for building the beginner skier’s confidence; plenty of blue and red runs to help the intermediate skier improve; and also some tough black runs for those looking for a real challenge. You can book lessons for your group in advance to make sure everyone is catered for accordingly. There are some excellent ski schools with English speaking instructors who are there to help improve skills and encourage confidence in every student.

The ski pass in Claviere covers 400 kilometres of slopes, linking the area with some of the neighbouring resorts, such as Sansicario and Sestriere.

Off the slopes the town has plenty of activities for students to get involved in, too. Try out ice skating on the natural ice rink, go tobogganing, or perhaps just spend an afternoon wandering round the shops. Relax in the cafes and make sure to try out some of the many gastronomic treats the town’s pastry shops have to offer.

The school ski trip encourages students to push their boundaries and take on new challenges, while also being lots of fun and offering plenty of adventure.