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Val Thorens recommendations

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Hello. I have read alot of negative comments about the ESF and Ski Cool schools in Val Thorens. This seems to leave a choice between Pros Neige or ESI. Does anyone have a positive recommendation about etheir one to help me decide which to book? Current thinking is ESI as their website looked smarter and they offer five days not six which suits me - however I have not seen a single review or comment about this school. Can anyone help please? Puzzled
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Jay, I haven't used ESI and don't know much about them but have some experience of Prosneige at VT, not a lot admittedly but for what it's worth it's all positive. My own experience is just a one day private lesson in the bumps - the instructor was excellent. My friend did 2 weeks of intermediate boarding lessons with Prosneige and he gave them the thumbs up - he went back for a second week with them too. I went for my one-dayer on his recommendation. I wouldn't worry about the website looking less slick - they are smaller, independent and a little more 'gnarly' than the others but I know they teach groups of all standards from beginners up. Not much but hope it helps.

Haven't heard any feedback on ESF or Ski Cool at Val T.

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update: just searched and found this old thread here that may help
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Thanks for that. I think I will go with Prosneige then . I will report back - providing there is any snow (which I assume should be ok in Val T).
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Jay,
Used ESI in VT a few times last season. Would thoroughly recommend them.
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 Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
used ESI in the end and agree with you Casper - I would recommend them. I am going back next week so will probably book some more lessons with the same school myself. cheers for your recommendation in the first place.
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Jay, a couple of comments on this from long ago http://www.snowheads.com/ski-forum/viewtopic.php?p=24435&highlight=prosneige#24435
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Jay,
A pleasure - always good to get feedback. Glad you enjoyed it.
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 After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
I wouldn't dismiss ESF - from what I saw/heard in 3V last week. They seem to have improved their act. Certainly I would consider a lesson with them if I go back. Also, their private lessons are much,much cheaper than New Gen.
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