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Les arcs 200 beginners lessons

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Hi Guys, looking for a bit of advice.
We're going skiing to Les arcs the first week of march and have a 26 year old complete beginner who wouldn't be the fittest and a 55 year old who has had a few private lessons but should be in a beginners class.
I was suggesting they both do group lessons, the question is whether to do mornings or morning and afternoons?
Planning on sending them to esf unless someone has a different suggestion?
Thanks in advance Madeye-Smiley
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
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Welcome to the Forum.

I take it you mean Arc 2000, rather than 200 beginner lessons! Toofy Grin

I'd go down to !950 and sign up with Spirit 1950.

As for morning or afternoon - I'd go morning. That will get them onto the hill straight away and when they'll have the most energy.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Thanks fartbag, my question was should they do full day group lessons or just morning's?
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Half days unless they're both fit and keen.
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rickyricardox wrote:
Thanks fartbag, my question was should they do full day group lessons or just morning's?

Apologies - that's what happens when I half read the question. Embarassed

The answer is - It depends.

How much they enjoy the lessons
How keen they are
Whether they want to ski all day
Whether they will have people to ski with outside the lessons

Another option is to take half day lessons and have a couple of Private Lessons as well, if necessary.
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