Ski & snowboard
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An introduction to snowboarding for children aged 4-7 in La Rosière Centre and Les Eucherts.
Getting to grips with the equipment, balancing games, learning to glide...and plenty of laughs!
Improve at your own pace in a private lesson…
Whatever your level or chosen discipline, the ESF’s instructors will tailor-make lessons to suit your requirements so that you can learn in safety!
Snowboarding courses for children aged 8 years and over. Groups of 8 people max. From beginners to experts – improving technique, freeride, freestyle and fun in the snowpark.
Group skiing lessons (from 3 years old) and snowboarding lessons (from 8 years old) for children in Les Eucherts.
Lessons from Sunday to Friday, to work towards the Star or Rider badge!
Maximum 8 children per instructor (except from 5th February to 4th March 2017).
ESF offers courses for children, teenagers and adults to help you perfect your technique, whatever your age!
From the 1 star level to the Competition class for children.
Too Kool for School – a course specially designed for teenagers!
Performance: slalom training for adults.
Group skiing or snowboarding lessons for adults in La Rosière centre or Les Eucherts.
Lessons from Sunday to Friday, whether you are a beginner or an expert!
Maximum 8 people per group (except from 5th February to 4th March 2017, maximum 12).
SNOW SPORTS IN LA ROSIÈRE: SKIING OR SNOWBOARDING?
This winter in La Rosière – Espace San Bernardo, come and explore the 160km of slopes in France and Italy!
Whether you are a skier or a snowboarder, qualified instructors from the ESF and Evolution 2 ski schools are on hand to teach you the joys of snow sports. Off-piste, freestyle, group lessons or private tuition: there are plenty of options to choose from! Take advantage of their expertise to improve your technique, so that you can truly make the most of your time on the slopes!
Once you have mastered your chosen sport, set off to explore the Espace San Bernardo ski area: the French side is drenched in sunshine and offers a variety of slopes, while the Italian side is more challenging. The ski area also boasts stunning views of the Mont Blanc massif to one side, and the Haute-Tarentaise Valley on the other, with the impressive Mont Pourri glacier dominating the landscape.
Click here to see a piste map.