This small ski school offer friendly, qualified ski instruction and innovative courses for children of all levels. To make sure you get the best possible lesson all their instructors are hand-picked, not just for their ability as great teachers, but also for their personality, so they’re great company on the mountain too.
European Snowsport can provide lessons in 6 different languages, so if you’d like an instructor who’s fluent in a particular language, just let them know when making your booking.
Freeski Academy: For teens from 13 years old, European Snowsport offers the academy which looks at all aspects of skiing including; freeride, freestyle, park, piste skiing, variable and moguls. Regardless of what level you are you can learn to harness your skills in these different areas. Maximum of 6 teens per instructor. These guys don't wear bibs but are tracked by GPS.
Kids Academy: You might think it's difficult to get children any more excited about skiing than they are already. But their instructors' boundless enthusiasm will do just that. European Snowsport run exciting programmes for 6-12 year olds at 5 different ability levels. What can they expect? Fun, video feedback, a freeride competition, a safe introduction to the park and, of course, medals. Maximum of 6 kids per instructor.
ES Penguins: For children between 3-5 years old, European Snowsport offers an introduction to the snow at an early age with the ES Penguins. They have a number of qualified and dedicated kid's instructors who understand the importance of teaching in a safe and enjoyable environment. Groups are limited to a maximum of 5 children.
For all lessons helmets are compulsory.
- Families & Kids
- Kids' Club / Activities
- Kids' lessons
- Event Hosting
- Adult Lessons
- Childrens Lessons
- Freestyle/Freeride Lessons
- Group Lessons
- Handiski Lessons
- Off Piste/Backcountry Lessons
- Ski Lessons
- Snowboard Lessons
- Steep Skiing Lessons
- Telemark Lessons
- Open Seasons
- CH 1936
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