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Aim Snowsports is a small team of highly qualified, professional, English speaking snowsports instructors based in Les Arcs, France. If you want to improve your skiing or you are looking for a great skiing experience in Les Arcs, then let us help...more
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Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
83 allee Mayet, 73700 Les Arcs, Bourg Saint Maurice, France
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Thanks JP! We went as two families and had three children in private lessons for the first time, aged 4,5 and 7 with JP from AIM Snowsports and they all loved it! JP was a superb instructor for them, being firm but fair and his...More
Had an afternoon lesson with JP, he had a great teaching style encouraging self evaluation. The lesson gave us some really useful ski tips which were able to practice for the rest of our holiday...has helped take our skiing up to the next lesson. Many...More
Our two boys aged 9 and 6 had an afternoons private lesson each with JP and Alberto. We were so impressed by the quality of the instructors, both were incredibly kind, patient and most important of all for our boys, fun! My eldest said it...More
Our girls aged 7 and 9 had three private lessons with Alberto last week. The brief we gave was to improve their confidence and speed and to have fun. This is exactly what we got. After one lesson their confidence had markedly increased and they...More
My husband, 11 year old son and I had 3 ski lessons with Dom from Aim. My son said Dom is the best instructor ever! Dom managed to focus on all of our abilities and ski aims, making the lessons fun for all of us...More
This was our second experience of AIM ski lessons, this year with JP teaching my wife and me.....the kids being way too fast and 'off-piste' for us to keep up with!!
Totally excellent, despite weather which even JP described as 'brutal', we both thoroughly enjoyed...More
Had classes 3 days in a row with JP in early Feb.
I have been snowboarding for quite some years but this was the first time I skied. Can't thank JP enough for making this trip unforgettable.
First off, the arrangement of the classes was...More
This was only our second week's Skiing holiday and after reading reviews decided on AIM for 2 private morning lessons. Our instructor JP met us in our resort (Les Arcs 1950), which doesn’t happen with other companies, and it was great that there was no...More
I booked 3 sessions with Alberto at Les Arcs 1950. I had skied before, but struggled to move from Blue to Red runs due to feeling out of control on steep slopes and a fear factor! Alberto patiently rebuilt my basic skiing technique and it...More
We booked a three hour beginners’ group lesson with JP from Aim for our family of four comprising 2 girls aged 8 & 10, mother aged 38 and grandma aged 58 (quite a challenge I should think!) JP took it all in his stride and...More
Response from Itsjpapm | Property representative |
It depends on the ski school really. Big ski schools like the ESF and Evolution 2 have their own private teaching areas for small children, known as a jardin enfants. This is the ideal controlled environment for... More
It depends on the ski school really. Big ski schools like the ESF and Evolution 2 have their own private teaching areas for small children, known as a jardin enfants. This is the ideal controlled environment for children that age. A better alternative is an indoor ski centre in the UK such as Hemel Snowcentre where they will be taught by a native English speaker which will hopefully add to their enjoyment.
We are a small number of Independant instructors that offer private lessons. There is no age restriction but it is difficult to teach more than one small child on a public slope.