Aprica Italy School Ski Trip
Aprica is an ideal school ski resort, a great place to learn and a great place to develop.
Aprica is a small traditional Alpine village in Lombardy, south of Livigno and Bormio. The skiing and boarding in Aprica is particularly suited to school groups with lots of beginners and intermediates. There are some lovely long runs from top to bottom that your students will soon be cruising. Those just on their first school ski trip will be able to take advantage of the covered travelator on the nursery slopes.
Aprica Italy School Ski Trips:
- 21 Lifts
- 45Km of piste
- Maximum ski altitude of 2080m
The Mountain Area
There are two cable cars out of the village of Aprica and a high speed chair. All are only a short walk from the Saint Martin hotel. The maximum ski altitude is 2036m and there are 21 lifts and 45km of marked pistes. The ski area is really superb and Aprica has an excellent snow record. For those schools who like to ski during the Easter break, Aprica is ideal and has had a consistently long season as a result of north facing slopes.
There is plenty to keep a school ski trip happy in the evenings. Apart from the usual fun in the hotel such as a Quiz Night and a Movie Night, you can enjoy a Karaoke evening, skating and there is a great municipal swimming pool and above it a sports hall should you want an evening of sport.
The Activ4 Rep on your Aprica Italy School Ski Trip
We pride ourselves in the quality of our resort staff and in Aprica this is certainly the case. Your group will have its own Activ4 Rep who will be alongside you to ensure that everything runs smoothly. They will be there to take care of the evening entertainment programme and will be on hand at all times to assist with any help or advice you might need. Year on year our client feedback rates Activ4 resort staff as excellent.
Aprica Italy School Ski Trip
- Duration: 7 days
- Board: Full board
- Passengers: 40
- Free Staff Places: 4 free staff
Lift Pass, Equipment Hire, Lessons & Evening Entertainment
Where it’s held
Aprica is a small traditional Alpine village in Lombardy, south of Livigno and Bormio.
The skiing and boarding in Aprica is particularly suited to school groups with lots of beginners and intermediates. There are some lovely long runs from top to bottom that your students will soon be cruising. Those just on their first school ski trip will be able to take advantage of the covered travelator on the nursery slopes.
Sample Itinerary for Aprica Italy School Ski Trip
Day 1 Depart the UK
Your coach will depart and travel overnight bound for Italy. After a short Channel crossing the spectacular journey through France and Switzerland is framed by alpine views and majestic scenery.
Day 2 Arrive in Aprica
Arrive at the 3* St Martin Hotel which is located in the centre of the village and the owner, Gino Donnini, will be on hand to personally welcome you. Having unpacked, the group will have time to explore the village and acclimatise themselves in the comfortable surroundings of the hotel. The group will take all their meals in the hotel’s restaurant.
Day 3 Ski hire, lessons and hot lunches
This morning take the short walk for ski fit at the rental shop. From here you will walk a short distance to the meeting point for ski school. Anne and her team will be waiting for you and ready to go! Your well earned lunch will be a hot meal back at the hotel. Return to the slopes and enjoy the rest of the day.
Day 4 Stunning Lunch Spot
By now, everyone will be starting to feel they are making good progress. Today might be the day for all the groups to meet up at the top of the mountain to admire the stunning views. From here you are surrounded by the Brenta Dolomites which offer some of the best views in Italy. This evening you can get together for a movie.
Day 5 Snow Time, Karaoke Night
This morning it’s time to enjoy some more fun in the snow! Students should now feel more confident and will begin tackling more challenging slopes with their instructors. Tonight you can all have fun at Bar Thomas with a karaoke night!
Day 6 Challenge their Instructor to a Race, Disco Night
Head out to make the most of the snow today. By now students should be spending most of the time on their feet and will certainly be up for challenging their instructor to a race! Tonight it’s Disco Night so get your dancing shoes on and party the night away at the hotel.
Day 7 Last Day on the Slopes, Departure Day
Unfortunately all good things have to come to an end but luckily you still have one last day on the snow so head to the slopes after check out! After dinner board the coach, tired but happy and ready to sleep all the way back the UK.
Day 8 Ferry Crossing into England
After a short Channel crossing you are back in England for the remainder of your journey back to school.