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Planning a Skiing and Camping Holiday

Finding Your Perfect Skiing Camping Location

Once you have all your equipment in order, it's time for the fun part of the planning process. You need to choose your skiing location and book a campsite that has everything you need. We have made the process much easier for you, and you can take a look at our campsite finder for some of the best skiing and camping resorts to book.

Skiing And Camping In France

France is an obvious choice when it comes to a skiing holiday but did you know that the French love camping too? They have a wonderful camping culture which means you can take advantage and book a camping holiday with all the facilities and amenities you want in the best locations possible.

Flower Camping la Steniole is only ten kilometres away from the popular Gerardmer ski resort and has everything you need for a relaxing base to come back to after a day of skiing. The area is also popular for hiking, cycling and fishing too. You can bring your touring caravan or hire one of the static caravans available for your stay and make the most of the beautiful area around the campsite.

Camping les Eymes is a small site but a well-situated one. With just over 30 touring pitches and ten static caravans, you can enjoy the peace and quiet of this site while marvelling at the local scenery of the Rhone-Alpes national park the park is situated within. The area is perfect for all types of outdoor activities including hiking, climbers and even skiing. If that wasn’t enough the park has a small heated swimming pool and a restaurant on-site to relax in at the end of the day.

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Skiing And Camping In Austria

Skiing And Camping In Austria
Skiing And Camping In Austria

Austria is another fantastic choice for a skiing holiday where you have plenty of skiing opportunities. You have plenty of choices when it comes to camping too. Take a look at these options for both a camping and skiing holiday.

At Sportcamp Woferlgut you can have everything you want, all in one place. This is a campsite that has it all. Located in the mountains for ample skiing opportunities, it has 300 touring pitches, 40 static caravans and 20 tent pitches. The campsite is alive with entertainment and things to do. You will never be bored, and you can take the opportunity to ski, walk, take a local tour or head to the gym before going to the sauna and wellness area to relax. This campsite and caravan park is one of the best in Austria once you visit once you want to go back again and again.

Alpine scenery in a quiet location are just two of the selling points of Ferienparadies Natterer See. This is a touring and static park situated around two lakes and in the beautiful scenery. On-site, there are plenty of opportunities to relax in the bar and restaurant. For fun and relaxation, you can fish on-site, head out for a hike through the mountain scenery, or feel brave and swim in the lake. For skiing, you can travel to nearby ski resorts to indulge in your favourite hobby.

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Skiing And Camping In Italy

Italy is perfect for a holiday that has it all, sun, sea, sand and if you fancy it, a skiing trip too!

If you are planning on a skiing trip to the Dolomite mountains, then make Camping Olympia your base. This is a large campsite with touring, tent and static pitches to choose from. Each pitch is attractively situated, and the park is well maintained and features some of the best facilities on offer. After a day of skiing, you can relax in the on-site sauna and make the most of the well-being area. For relaxing days away from the slopes, you can stay in the caravan park and relax by the fish pond and take a look at the small on-site zoo.

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Planning Your Meals And Leisure Time

Planning Your Meals And Leisure Time
Planning Your Meals And Leisure Time

Eating is one of life’s pleasures and eating well is essential when on a skiing holiday. You will be burning lots of energy and using muscles you may not use daily in your everyday life.

Make sure you plan some good hearty meals that are warming, filling and full of slow-release energy. Porridge and oats are a perfect choice and fit the bill wonderfully as a warming and filling meal. Add some sweetness with some chopped up fruit, and you have a meal that should keep you going for a few hours.

You will need to take snacks with you, so pack yourself some dehydrated meats like jerky, some protein or sports bars or trail mix bars. All of these can help you maintain your energy whilst out skiing.

You need a meal packed full of lean proteins in the evening to help your muscles recover after the day’s exertions. Eggs, fish, chicken and turkey are perfect options, and you can pair them with your choice of veggies and sides.

If you are planning on cooking for yourself, you need to ensure you have everything you need with you or that you can source these foods locally. If not, then book a campsite or caravan park with plenty of restaurant and food options on-site, so you can have a good meal in the evenings before heading back to your camp to relax and sleep.