Tag Archives: family skiing advice

Making fresh tracks in the Dolomites

by Alison Wood   Eschewing familiar territory, jettisoning ski lessons, choosing a hotel without childcare or children’s mealtimes. We cut fresh tracks this February. And it turned out to be a case of ‘right place, right time’.  In our lifelong … Continue reading

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Val d’Isere unpackaged: the real cost of a family ski holiday

The Trunki Files’ ski expert Alison Wood recently returned from a ski holiday to Val d’Isere with her husband and 2 children (and, by her own account, had a fabulous time). Eschewing the package option, and being the ski-pro that … Continue reading

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The Trunki Files guide to skiing

New Files contributor Alison Wood and her husband Adrian have two children, Cameron (9) and Annabel (5). Eschewing palm trees for pines, they all ski as much as they can. Here’s why, and how, they do it. — Skiing is … Continue reading

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