Planning your ski holiday

Choose a place to stay close to the slopes and to ski school meeting points.
Check whether your insurance covers all the winter sport activities. 
Getting in shape before you go makes learning easier and can help prevent skiing accidents.

Booking on-line

Take care to choose your ski or snowboard level correctly.
Read FAQ’s and terms & conditions

Packing your bags

Don’t forget: Helmet, gloves, sunglasses, goggles, neck scarf, sun cream (Read more in the FAQ)

The day before ski or snowboard lessons start

Visit our office before 7:00 pm. Call us on +33476797455 if you won’t be able to make it.
Make sure you know how to reach your meeting point and how much travel time you will need.
Have your equipment ready to go.
Put your ski pass inside your ski jacket (ideally in a zipped pocket on the left hand side).

First day of lessons

Eat a good breakfast.
Allow plenty of time to get to the lesson, particularly in bad weather or in high season.
Be at the meeting point 10 minutes before your lesson starts.
Warm up before putting your skis on.
Explain your skiing experience and your goals to the instructor.

After the lesson

Keep practicing what you’ve learned.
Always be aware of mountain risks.
Control your speed and respect the piste signs.