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European Snowsport (ES) Zermatt is a small premier snow sport school offering quality private lessons and small (6) group lessons for children. ES specilizes in offering caring, qualified and fun instructor to make your holiday as special as...more
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I had the pleasure, and great opportunity to ski train with John Craig.
He is a professional ski instructor, highly qualified with such a good expertise in teaching, mentoring and carefully following his athletes.
Gaby was booked with us for 3 mornings of private lessons. She understood my request to focus on their technique as they were competent skiers but needed to improve their skiing when conditions were not perfect on the slopes. I saw a significant improvement in...More
Alastair takes pride in the service provided like no other ski professional I have seen in many years of skiing. A true gentleman with the skills and patience to get any skier up to speed and down the slopes enjoyably.
Whilst I haven’t tried the...More
I've been skiing for years, but seemed to have peaked, and adopted a few bad techniques along the way. A day with Lee sorted all that out and I've just made a big step forward in terms of skills, which has also increased style and...More
I booked 5 days of half-day group lessons for my 8-year-old daughter. Alex was her instructor and he was fabulous with the group of girls. My daughter said she learned more from Alex than any other ski class she has taken, and she has taken...More
We had 3 days private tuition booked during our week long stay in Zermatt. Our guide Gabry was fantastic, after not skiing in years she got us back on the slopes and rebuilt our confidence. We felt safe with her at all times. She knew...More
We have just returned from a week in Zermatt,Switzerland,we were holidaying as a large group with our two girls,age 15 yrs and 5yrs who we arranged to have ski lessons for 3 hours every morning,both our daughters had experienced dry slope skiing back home in...More
Response from billyburg_gal | Reviewed this property |
You have to take a train to Zermatt, as you can not drive into Zermatt. It is car free, which is part of its charm. You can go to information at the train station in Zurich and they can tell you the best way to get there by... More
You have to take a train to Zermatt, as you can not drive into Zermatt. It is car free, which is part of its charm. You can go to information at the train station in Zurich and they can tell you the best way to get there by train, what departure times are and if you need a reservation for the train. There's usually a scenic way (it takes a little bit longer) or you can just take the fastest way. Chances are you'll have to change trains on your journey. The town is very charming with lots of restaurants and shops, and then you should take a separate train up to Gornergrat for a wonderful view of the Matterhorn. The views going up are great, too! Have fun! It's beautiful. Oh, and if you're not familiar with the trains in Switzerland, information can print your tickets in English and tell you how to read them so you'll know which platforms you need to go to when you change trains. That was very helpful for us. Hope this helps some.