Take some lessons in the UK before you go. Just two or three is enough to give you a bit of head start on skis or a board and get comfortable with all the kit (and there is a lot).
Shop around for a package from a tour operator. It’s actually amazing how expensive self-drive, self-catered holidays can become. Check your package holiday options against the real costs of fuel, tolls, ferry, accommodation, booze and food.
Find someone who you can learn with. Ideally you want to be able to ski with someone of your own standard. You can have fun doing what you’re doing and your die hard skier buddies can meet you in the bar later. You’ll all have a great day without that awkwardness of feeling you are holding people up while they try not to show their frustration.
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