Q: What are the advantages of private lessons?
A: If you've ever had a one to one ski lesson you probably know that this is generally the fastest way to learn and progress. You get around the mountain faster which means more skiing which means more practice which means more progress. You also have the undivided full attention of the ski instructor who can focus on your needs, strong points and areas that need attention.
You benefit from lift queue priority which also saves precious time. The program of the lesson / day is tailored to your needs / likes / preferences. If you like to enjoy the delicious mountain cuisine then we can suggest and reserve the best restaurants. If it's atmosphere you're looking for we can take you to it.
Q: What do ski lesson prices include?
A: Prices do not include:
Q: What's the difference between group lessons and private lessons?
A: There are several major differences, the main ones being:
- the cost - group lessons are cheaper
- the group size - the fewer people in the group the more individual attention each person will receive. You can have up to a maximum of eight people in your group.
- meeting and finish points - for private lessons whenever possible we adapt the meeting point so that it's convenient for you. For example for half day or full day lessons your instructor can come pick you up from wherever you are staying and help you put your boots on (if you need help).
- With private lessons you decide where you would like to end the lesson, it might be back at your chalet or it might be at a mountain restaurant. We're happy to do this as long as the instructor has enough time to get to his next lesson.