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Val d'Isere to get ski school

Val d'Isere to get ski school If you're considering a ski holiday in Val d'Isere this ski season but are worried that your slope skills may have gone a little rusty, fear no more!

Progression Ski and Snowboard school will be offering new instruction classes at the resort this ski season, offering any of you on a Val d'Isere ski holiday the chance to brush up on your technique.

According to the Ski Club of Great Britain, the instructors from the ski and snowboard school have plenty of experience, meaning that you'll soon be back to your best on the snowy slopes.

Ski holidays in Val d'Isere are certainly the choice for anyone looking for advanced and intermediate slopes, although with the new ski schools, even the beginners will be flocking to the resort.

The height of the region means skiing holidays in Val d'Isere are blessed with plenty of good quality snow, while the ski seasons at the resort are some of the lengthiest around.


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