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Private Instructor/Guide Courchevel

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
We are 3 mates that are going to be snowboarding in Courchevel 3 March for a week and are looking to improve our technique.

Group lessons restrict us from going off piste and messing around when/if new snow comes down and private lessons for 3 people is just mad expensive for a couple of hours €240 for 2.5h for 3 people. Ideally we can find someone that will ride with us on some days and give some guidance and then we can pay/donate for their time. I know the French get funny about instructors but I think we can do it on the downlow as we would just look like a group of friends.

Could be something for a seasonaire to do in afternoons?

We can all comfortably ride black and reds but control is sometimes lacking. Any thoughts on how to find someone?
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
If you do end up with a ski school, I liked this crowd:

I really liked Scott Frew, who i see also teaches snowboarding.
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