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Ski & Snowboard School

Evolution2 Ski School
from/per person 150 


You don’t have the required level to ski with our ski/snowboard guided groups, but want to ski with other European Snow Pride guests? You have a good skiing/boarding level, however you would feel more confident to go through the whole ski area in the company of a professional ski/snowboard instructor who is fully competent to tell you what’s wrong with your technique or style?

If you can answer yes at least to one of the above questions, then our exclusive European Snow Pride ski classes are for you. They are targetted for beginner, intermediate and advanced skiers and snowboarders.

With our partner ski school Evolution2 and its team of highly competent, gay friendly, and multilingual instructors, we offer ski and snowboard classes spread over 5 days, from Sunday through to Thursday. Guests will be assigned to groups according to their level of competency after assessing their actual skills by the ski school ski instructors. There will be a maximum of 10 people per group on top of the ski instructor.

UPDATE 27/02/2023: please note that the beginner ski and snowboard lessons are sold out. There are still places available for the intermediate and advanced levels.


Schedule & Price information

Beginner ski or snowboard classes (Sold out)
Total tuition duration: 17 hours.
Sun & Mon from 10am to 12am and from 2pm to 4pm
Tue through to Thu from 10am to 1pm
€175 / £148
Intermediate ski or snowboard classes
Total tuition duration: 15 hours
Sun through to Thu, from 10am to 1pm €150 / £127
Advanced ski or snowboard classes
Total tuition duration: 15 hours
Sun through to Thu, from 10am to 1pm €150 / £127

Booking in advance on our web site is strongly recommended. Limited places!
When booked onsite at our Customer Service : +30€ (places subject to availability)

The meeting point of our ski classes is located below the restaurant Le Coffee, close to the Tufs chair lift, in the upper level of Val Claret, at the end of "place du Curling".