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Lessons in La Rosiere

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Deb & I have just pushed the button on a week with David@TraxVax from 13th March. Can't wait snowHead

We hope to take a private lesson or two, hopefully to introduce us to off-piste skiing, if the conditions allow.

David's said that all the La Rosiere ski schools (ESF - with a Brit Deputy Director; Evolution 2; ESI & MSI/Christophe Pigeault) are good.

Can anyone make any specific recommendations (school & instructor) for this type of lesson. We're intermediate & advanced respectively.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
spyderjon, I had a lesson with Marie from Evo2 in La Ros. Can only describe it as an excellent lesson - everything very clear and easy to understand. I'm also at the early off-piste stage, though the lesson I had combined some off-piste with on-piste technique geared to sorting some weight distribution problems following an early exit in the local GS fleche!

Incidentally, I bumped into the Brit from ESF and I thought he said he was no longer Deputy Director as had too many other things going on - could have been mistaken.
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