Packing bags is an art. And when it comes to a snow skiing trip, it’s essential to make a checklist to make the process easier. Below, we list everything you need to venture on the slopes in comfort and safety: suitable ski clothes, ski equipment, and other essential items to protect yourself from the cold, practice other snow sports, and enjoy special moments with your family and friends. So, see what can’t be missing from your ski suitcase:
In The Suitcase: Clothes For Snow Skiing In Comfort
Being well dressed in a ski resort is more than a matter of aesthetics: it will keep your body warm and free to ski on snow. To do this, pack the following items in your suitcase: ski jacket, waterproof pants, warm cap, face mask/balaclava, second-skin clothing (thermal shirt and pants), fleece or wool blouse, neck warmer, ski glove, and thermal socks.
If you don’t have all of these, don’t worry: ski clothing and accessories can be bought and rented at the best ski resorts and resorts. Also, remember to bring clothes for leisure occasions, such as dinner time, a moment at the bar with friends, walks through the winter villages, and other activities besides skiing.
What Can’t Be Missing In Your Backpack For Snow Skiing?
Before going to the ski slopes, set aside everything you will need to spend the day well, considering possible eventualities. In a small backpack, pack sunscreen, lip balm, hand cream, track map, first aid kit, a bottle of water, and snacks like chocolate, energy bars, and dried fruit.
In a separate compartment, take your gadgets to the track – GoPro camera, extra battery, cell phone charger, plug adapter, and headphones. It is also essential to put your identity, money/card, in addition to the ski pass, the pass that gives quick access to the means of lifting in the backpack.
Ski Equipment For An Unforgettable Snow Holiday
When it comes to snow sports, it is necessary to have good ski equipment in addition to the appropriate clothes and accessories. Our checklist includes helmets, goggles, ski boots, ski poles, ski bindings, and slip wax if you are an expert and want to learn how to wax your skis yourself. Remembering that, just like the clothes, it is possible to buy or rent all the necessary equipment in your ski destination, according to your characteristics and level of experience. If you are a beginner, don’t forget to book ski lessons with qualified instructors. This will make it easier – and fun – to learn step-by-step snow skiing and explore the slopes!