1. Nominate a group leader
Get an organised group leader as they’re worth their weight in snow, especially at the start of the holiday. The first day can be a bit hectic when sorting out everyone’s equipment hire, lift passes, tuition times plus any teething troubles that may occur. A good group leader will calmly sort things out to make sure everyone is happy.
2. Get your budget sorted
Every group has differing budgets. Some have no limit whilst others need to be careful with money, so it’s important to set a budget that everyone is happy with and then stick to it. Sort out what people want to have included in the budget too i.e. flights, transfers and accommodation, or the whole package including kit, passes and tuition.