Booking your ski school in advance with us will cost you less than booking on arrival!
Whether it’s your first time on the slopes or you’re an off-piste expert, there’s a level of tuition available to help you develop and refine your technique. Ski school is also a great way to meet like-minded people and have some fun skiing together with everyone sharing hints and tips across the group.
Once booked you will receive a confirmation email and voucher explaining what to do on arrival in resort and where to meet on your first day at school. Ski School is for everyone whatever your level of skiing or snowboarding it doesn’t matter.
We have some of the best schools that have been recognised internationally with a service second to none! There are group lessons for beginners, intermediates and those lucky enough to be advanced.
Ski School and Snowboard School Hours
Grandvalira – Soldeu, Pas de la Casa, El Tarter, Encamp and Canillo
Option 1 – 5 Days – Monday to Friday – 3 hours a day ( 15 hours )
Option 2 – 4 Days – Monday to Thursday – 3 hours a day ( 12 hours )
Option 3 – 3 Days – Monday to Wednesday – 3 hours a day ( 9 hours )
Adults 18+, Youth 12-17 inc, Child 6-11 inc
Vallnord – Arinsal
5 days – Monday to Friday – 3 hours only on Monday then 4 hours Tuesday to Friday (3 in the morning and 1 in the afternoon) 19 hours total.
4 days – Monday to Thursday – 3 hours only on Monday then 4 hours Tuesday to Thursday – 15 hours total
3 days – Monday to Wednesday – 3 hours only on Monday then 4 hours Tuesday to Wednesday – 11 hours total
Adults 18+, Youth 12-17 inc, Child 4-11 inc.
Children aged 4 and 5 will go to the snow garden
Minimum age for snowboard group lessons is 12 years old
Group lessons are divided into the following groups.
Beginners – Those who have never skied before, let the instructors know if you want to ski with friends or your part of a large group and we shall do our best to keep you all together.
Dry slope, snowdome skiers those who have completed a few hours of skiing before.
Intermediates and higher level intermediates/advanced – Skiers who are able to ski an easy blue in snowplough or a parallel all mountain skier and can use a chairlift are classed as intermediate or advanced, don’t worry if you can ski reds/blacks etc we will find the group for you as well. Intermediates are then divided into 3 groups dependant on skiing ability and confidence.
Snowboarding – beginners and intermediates meet at the same place and are divided up on the Monday according to ability.
Freestyle – if you are interested in any freestyle clinics get in touch as we can arrange these too.