Ski Lessons in Verbier and Nendaz
Alpinemojo Ski and Snowboard Lessons
Book a ski instructor privately for a one-to-one ski lesson or with a few friends (we recommend a maximum of four per lesson to ensure the best quality of ski lesson for everyone in the group), and we will tailor the lesson to your needs. We will discuss your goals, observe you on your skis and then develop an individualised ski lesson to meet your objectives. We recommend booking a sequence of lessons to give you the chance to learn, consolidate and adapt to any changes you have made so it becomes embedded in your skiing. The advantage of private ski lessons is that you can learn at your own pace and have fun in the process with your friends and family.
Alpinemojo Ski and Snowboard Packages
Not sure exactly what lessons you need?
When there is a particular goal in mind, it can be quite confusing to choose which lessons are the best option. AlpineMojo have listened, and used our experience to create 4 packages aimed at developing certain skills using a set formula and time frame.
These packages cater for beginners who want to learn to ski; intermediate & advanced skiers wishing to master moguls or try off-piste skiing; and those who wish to explore what the 4 Vallées has to offer with a fantastic guide and tutor, no matter your level.
How long is a lesson?
Full Day Ski Lessons
A full day ski lesson gives you the opportunity to ski to the edges of the 4 Vallées ski area and allows us to focus on giving you the consistent support and feedback that will help you to improve your technique.
4 Hour Ski Lessons
If you favour the pistes first thing in the morning and a 3 hour lesson just doesn’t feel enough time to progress, try our new 4 hour lesson.
Half Day Ski Lessons
If you don’t want to book a full day of piste instruction, then you can enjoy the pistes for 3 hours either first thing in the morning, or after lunch.
2.5 Hour Afternoon
If you prefer to have a relaxing morning on your holiday, try our new 2.5 hour afternoon lesson, allowing you to make the most out of the softer conditions.
What Skier Level are you?
Level 1 - Beginner
Level 1 – Beginner – Never been on snow
You have never been on snow before, and need to start right from the beginning.
Level 2 – Advanced Beginner
Level 2 – Advanced Beginner – You can use drag lifts and ride easy blue runs
You have taken maybe a lesson or two, can plough to a stop, and have started to control your speed with turns. Perhaps you even feel comfortable plough turning on the majority of blue slopes.
Level 3 – Intermediate
Level 3 – Intermediate – You’ve completed maybe 3 to 4 weeks on snow and comfortable on a few red runs.
Intermediate skiers cover a broad range of abilities through plough-parallel turns. You have a reasonable pace on blue runs, and have perhaps tackled a couple of red runs.
Level 4 – Advanced Intermediate
Level 4 – Advanced Intermediate – You’re addicted to snow and want to keep improving – comfortable on red runs
You can comfortably parallel turn on blue and red runs, and are keen to explore more of the mountain.
Level 5 – Advanced
Level 5 – Advanced – Skiers and snowboarders who are passionate about improving
You are comfortable making purely parallel turns on red and black runs, but tend to stay on piste. You perhaps want to try carving, or skiing an itinerary or gentle off piste for the first time.
Level 6 – Expert
Level 6 – Expert – Serious addicts who want more!
You can ski all runs at speed, have an understanding of carving, and have ventured onto itineraries and off-piste.
Where do we meet?
The Verbier meeting point is the Medran lift station, beneath the large TV monitor.
The Nendaz meeting point is at the top of Tracouet, the main gondola in Nendaz.
However, if you have a particular meeting point in mind, (on the piste, at a restaurant, at your chalet etc) we will do our best to cater to your needs.