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Tuition in Courmayeur

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Any recommendations of group or private ski/snowboard instructors in Courmayeur? Managed to find two schools but have hardly any info. about them.

We've got abilities ranging from one that is determined to go right back to the beginners' group even though they've skied before, to one that's comfortable on reds and the odd black run.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Here's what a local (my sister) has to say (she has a yound daughter who learnt with the first school, and a young son who learnt with the second):

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There are two schools - the Monte bianco one ( been running the longest and where most of the ski instructors are ) and the Courmayeur Snowboard one ( which is the new one and does all lessons not just snowboard ). The old ski school is really disorganised but they are both in Val Veny and Chercouit and have obviously more instructors.

The other one could be slightly more expensive and are only in Chercrouit but are all young instructors ( good if you're a girl ) and are slightly more innovative than the other one. They also have girl instructors so are good for blokes too as you're guaranteed a young instructress!! They have their ski school office in the bus station;....

I don't know which one to reccomend really - they are best to check prices on the web perhaps and then see who has availability [on arrival].



I think the standard of the instructor is not dependant on the (dis)organisation of the school.
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