Ski Trip 2017
During February half term thirty students from Prince William School visited the Italian Ski Resort of Passo Tonale.
During February half term thirty students from Prince William School visited the Italian Ski Resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites for a week’s skiing and snowboarding.
Passo Tonale links the regions of Trentino and Lombardy and has a great compact lift system with little to no queuing and the Hotel Piandineve was within easy reach of the lifts.
There’s a new gondola too, that took the students from the bottom of the hotel all the way to the Presena Glacier The snow sure slopes ran mainly above the tree line and we got long hours of sunshine throughout the week.
The Hotel Piandineve was a self-contained base from where we enjoyed the snow-covered pistes. All of the guest bedrooms had private facilities and comfortably slept three to five students per room. The Buffet style meals where served in the hotel's spacious restaurant providing the students with an excellent variety of meals.
The students relaxed in the evening in front of the TV, recharging their batteries, in the games room or amusement arcade or in the two discos.
If your child would be interested in skiing in 2018 please email Mr Rielly firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
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