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La Clusaz - ski school for children

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Thanks for everyones advice from my previous post about where to go, and although still tempted by montegenvre, we may end up going to La Clusaz.
Any recommedations about la Clusaz, especially about ski school for children.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
We went to La Clusaz last Christmas with 7yo triplets. Our stay didn't fit into a standard ski school week so we asked the person we hired the apartment from (a La Clusaz resident) if he could arrange 3 mornings private lessons for the kids. He recommended (and arranged) a chap called Renaud from the ESF. He was absolutely superb - the kids loved him, their skiing really improved and he directed us in terms of what skiing with the kids in the afternoons. If he's there this season I would recommend him unreservedly.

As an aside one thing he told us was that he often spends the morning teaching the kids good basic technique on gentle pistes then spots them in the afternoon being led down tough stuff by the parents. So the kids are leaning back and reverting to snowplough meaning he's got to re-teach them the following morning.
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