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To get the most out of your ski vacation, packing the right clothes and accessories is not the only consideration. Make sure to pack the right travel gear, too. Below you will find the top ski trip travel gear tips from expert travelers.


5 Ski Trip Travel Gear Tips




Canon PowerShot D20


Waterproof Camera


Make sure you pack a waterproof camera to capture those action shots.- Nicole and Kelsey of Sisters in the Sand




Bolle Mojo Snow Goggles


Ski Goggles


Ski goggles. These not only help with your view (they are usually polarized), but they also keep your face warm by keeping wind off.- Lisa Lubin, Travel and Food writer of LLworldtour




32 North Stabilicers Ice Cleats




Be sure to take cleats to attach to your après-ski boots for walking on ice.- Elizabeth Avery, President, and Founder of Solo Trekker 4 u




ColdAvenger Pro SoftShell Mask


Cold Weather Mask


To stay warm and protect the skin, a woman should always take a ColdAvenger cold weather mask – Phil Stempin, Chief Sales Officer of ColdAvenger.




Alpina T10 Eve Nordic Touring Ski boots


Ski Boots


My #1 travel tip for skiers is to pack your ski boots, but rent skis. It saves you the struggle of traveling with bulky skis and the extra charges on airlines, plus you get to try out the latest gear and the best equipment for the conditions that you are in, but you still have your boots which will be comfier than rentals.- Katy Donoghue of Clehospitality



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