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Valmorel - Ski Instruction

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Although I have been ski-ing for over 5 years now I am still only a good Inremediate to Lower Advanced level Skier.

3 years ago I joined the ski school in valmorel but I was disapointed with the level of instruction and quite frankly I learn'd nothing new all week. In fact all we did was follow the instructor.

I am going again on the 29th Jan and wondered whether anyone had used the ski school recently and whether there had been any improvement.

Part of wanting to join ski school is to meet people of the same ability but I would also like to see some progression in my standard or should I just hire a guide.
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