Après Ski: How To Cope With The Cold Weather

Après Ski: How To Cope With The Cold Weather

Après Ski is now arguably just as important as the skiing or snowboarding for snow lovers alike. The hectic or relaxed hours between 3.30pm and 6.30pm are when you kick back or celebrate after a day of great skiing with your friends. Here are some of our tips to cope with the cold weather that Après Ski is guaranteed to throw at you.

Layer Up

You’re in luck, layering is in this season and what better way to make sure you’re warm than by layering up with your favourite fashion picks. Trust us, anything is better than being cold and you can always take a layer off if it gets a bit too much.

Footwear Fit For The Occasion

Make sure you’ve got the right footwear on – something warm, comfortable and with a none slip sole. If you are wearing ski or boarding boots, ensure they are the right size – blisters will ruin your trip completely!

Prepare For The Weather

Make sure you take a look at the weather forecast before heading out. This may help you judge whether to put that extra layer on, or to dab a bit of sun cream across your cheeks. Believe it or not, it actually is possible to get a bit of sunburn on a skiing holiday, so watch out for those UV rays as well as the cold!

Take A Time Out

It’s not a crime to have a bit of time to yourself. It is so important to consider your general health and wellbeing. If you are feeling tired, don’t be afraid to have a pamper session – run that bath back at the cabin and have an early night if needs be.

Comfort Is Key

There is nothing worse than being uncomfortable, especially in cold weather. Make sure you are well prepared, and this will enable you to enjoy your experience in the snow even more.


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