Treadmills, mini snowshoes excursions, baby torchlight processions, igloos, coloured snowmen, snowballs battles. This is how the holiday for children in Val di Fassa begins, every day is a party: in the morning the children are busy at ski school, the afternoon is for playing and in the evening they can have lots of fun at the miniclubs, with the baby dances and a variety of shows. This time it is the children who leave Mum and Dad at home.
Val di Fassa, in the Dolomites of Trentino, offers winter holidays to suit families. There are hotels specialized in providing for children, play areas for children only, ski passes and special ski courses, kinderland/baby parks where they can have a nice cup of hot chocolate, activities and many events in which they can take part. Our young guests can get away from Mum and Dad for the whole week. They will make new friends and they play in the snow as much as they like, under the watchful eye of qualified staff. It is a good chance for parents to take time off and relax.
The five ski schools of the Val di Fassa (Campitello, Canazei, Moena, Pozza and Vigo/Costalunga Pass), which are associated with the Tourist Board, can boast the quality gold seal, the highest acknowledgment conferred to ski schools specialized in teaching children by the Collegio Maestri di Sci del Trentino. Mum and dad, don’t worry, your kids are in good hands. Our ski instructors will take care of them, teach them how to ski and play with them on the snow. The schools with a gold mark, subject to periodic checks, guarantee professional services that perfectly meet parents’ and children’s demands: ski lessons (different options, morning, afternoon or "full day") and mini-courses for children aged three or more; snow playground with educational toys, treadmill and ski lift, where to start skiing in all safety; safety vests to exactly spot kids on the slope; assistance at the kinderland and games with the school mascot; balanced lunch in associated facilities; end-of-course race and other activities, such as snowshoeing or torchlight processions.