Thomson Ski and Snowboarding is offering 86 resorts this winter. There are four new destinations this season.
Copper Mountain, Colorado, has been added to the company’s North American programme, with an unbeatable offer - every holidaymaker will receive a free lift-pass!
Cavalese in the Italian Dolomites is also new, complete with new Thomson Crèche and Kidzone Club in the Hotel Veronza.
Kaprun in Austria has been added with its guaranteed snow with near year-round skiing on the local glacier.
Finally Trins in Austria is an excellent all-inclusive beginner ski and snowboarding resort with prices from £495. The price includes return flights, transfer, 7 nights half board, equipment hire, tuition, lift pass.
In addition adults can hire ski jackets and trousers from £49 for up to 11 days. The company provides beginners with a FREE ‘Essentials Kit’ worth nearly £25 on the high street including a fleece hat, a pair of gloves, sun cream and a disposable camera. There’s also a £20 discount on pre-booked ski hire when you book your next winter holiday.
“We make a magical holiday in the mountains available to everybody," said Gareth Crump, Product Director Thomson Ski & Snowboarding. "From our family-friendly resorts, to well-thought out childcare and prices are designed to make it easy for parents to take their children skiing.”
"This season we undoubtedly offer more choice, better facilities and a more flexible programme to match the needs of every family than ever before.”
Lead-in prices are from £199 per person for 7 nights in the La Daille Soleil Apartments in Val d’Isere, France, including return flights from Gatwick on 5th December 2004 and transfers.
For a self-drive holiday, the price is from £76 per person per week sharing a self-catering apartment for 4 at the 4 star La Fontaine du Roi Apartments in St Jean situated in Les Sybelles ski area with over 300km groomed slopes (France). Price also includes return ferry crossing on the Dover to Calais route.