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Best Adult Ski Lessons in Morzine

Discover the top Morzine adult ski lesson options

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Morzine has a great choice of Ski Schools and Private Ski Instructors who can also take groups of people or individuals on ski lessons.

Morzine offers beginner and intermediate skiers plenty of choice, from its nursery ski areas to its gentle slopes where you can grow in confidence. Ski instructors will be able to help assess your current level and match you to the most appropriate lesson for your ability, experience or interests.

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Why book ski & snowboard ski lessons?

The quickest way to either learn from new or get better at skiing or snowboarding, is to learn from a professional, in a ski or snowboard school. A qualified instructor will have spent years learning about the best ways to make the most of your time on the hill, whilst making sure that you are safe and having fun. You will learn quicker with an instructor, without picking up bad habits that friends or relatives may give you.

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What types of ski & snowboard lessons are there?

Group Ski Lessons
Group ski lessons take place with people at the same level of ability limited numbers of people so that you can all benefit from the instructions given. Lessons typically take place over the course of six days and tend to take place either in the morning or the afternoon.

Private Ski Lessons
Private ski lessons can be just you and the instructor or you and up to three friends, learning with much more direct coaching. Private lessons are perfect for a beginner wanting to rapidly grasp the basics, or for intermediates wanting to focus on specific elements of their technique.They can also offer a good degree of flexibility on dates and times that suit you best (outside of peak holiday dates).

Snowboarding Lessons
Snowboard lessons are offered by most ski schools in Morzine and you may find the occasional company that only offer snowboard lessons. You should be able to find group and private snowboard lessons to book in Morzine.

Clinics & Courses
There are a number of specialist courses and clinics offered by the ski schools of Morzine which can help to build your technical ability and improve your overall skiing or snowboarding. There may be clinics specifically designed for tackling bumps and moguls or freestyle jumps and tricks in the snowpark

Off-piste Lessons
If you’re looking for off-piste technique and ski guiding, then there are a number of local mountain guides who know the mountain like the back of their hands and will be able to take you to some of the best off-piste ski areas in Morzine. If you're looking to hone your powder skills, Morzine is a great place to hire a guide and go exploring.

Learn something new
Lessons are also available for those looking to ski or snowboard off-piste or to learn something new like telemarking, cross-country skiing, biathlon or freestyle skills in the snowpark.

Disabled Skiing
Handiski makes skiing much more accessible for disabled skiers and less-able bodied people. Highly qualified instructors will accompany you around the pistes and onto the ski lifts, making sure you are safe and have a great experience.

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How much are ski & snowboard lessons in Morzine?

You should always make sure that you have ski insurance if you’re taking lessons. This can be bought separately online or at the point you buy a ski pass.

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Which ski or snowboard level am I?

Unless you already have skis or a snowboard, you’ll need to hire them. Find out more about the types of skis that are suitable for beginners in our Ski Hire Guide.

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Where are the ski school meeting points in Morzine?

Ski school meeting points tend to be at the bottom of the ski lifts on the Pleney in Morzine. In Les Gets it's normally at the foot of the Chavannes lift. Some Ski Schools or Private Instructors may also be able to meet you at a location of your choice, you just need to ask if they offer this service.

Ski Areas in Morzine

What is Morzine like for beginners skiers or snowboarders?

The beginner ares in Morzine are centred around the Pleney, with runs at the top and the bottom of the mountain where you can gain confidence. On the other side of the valley on the Super Morzine you'll also find some cruisy pistes to practise on. In Les Gets, head up the Chavannes lift or the small lift to the side to access the beginner areas. Read more about these in our beginner areas guide. 

Beginner Ski Areas in Morzine

Are there beginner ski passes in Morzine?

You can buy a Morzine/Les Gets lift pass which grants you access to Morzine (the Pleney side of the valley), Les Gets and Mont Chery. 

This pass is great for beginners and family adventures, boasting a wide range of mellow terrain and lifts, which is great for the more timid beginner. 

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What should I wear when skiing or snowboarding?

The key items to bring with you, along with the obvious ski jacket, ski trousers, helmet and sunglasses, are as follows:

Helmet
Wearing a helmet in ski lessons is strongly recommended, but not a legal requirement.

Layers
Weather on the mountain can change pretty quickly, and you are much better off wearing layers of thinner items as opposed to a big, bulky jumper. Try thermal tops and leggings, fleeces and hoodies. 

Socks
A variety of socks ranging in thickness, it may sound weird but in our experience hire boots can be quite painful with the wrong socks.

Sun cream
Even when it’s cloudy the sun here can (and will) still get you, and don't forget the underneath of your chin as the sun reflects off the snow too. Don't forget a lip salve with an SPF.

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Find your way around with Piste Maps for Morzine.

Take a look at this year's Ski Lift Pass Prices and if you're not sure which one to buy, read our Guide for more information. You can also read more about Family Ski Holidays in Morzine.