Ski School Avoriaz – Ski Lessons in Avoriaz

Our Avoriaz Ski School is the perfect place to learn how to ski or snowboard. Our team of experienced coaches will help you fall in love with snow sports. We offer lessons for all levels, from beginner to advanced, in private or group ski and snowboard lessons. Whether you’re a first-time skier or an experienced rider, we can help you improve your skills and enjoy your time on the mountain.

Our innovative and experienced ski and snowboard instructors will help you progress quickly and safely so that you can make the most of your time on the slopes. If you fancy something more adventurous, why not try different disciplines? We offer lessons ski touring lessons and off-piste sessions which are specifically designed to teach you everything you need to know about backcountry skiing.

So what are you waiting for? Come and ski with New Generation Ski School Avoriaz!

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Avoriaz at a Glance

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Meet the Team

All of our ski instructors are fully qualified and most can speak multiple languages. If you’re looking for snowboarding lessons in Avoriaz, we can recommend another snowboard school that can offer private and group snowboarding lessons.

Ski School Meeting Point

Private or Group Lessons

The New Generation Avoriaz Ski School meeting point is situated just at the top of the Prodains Express gondola. Head up the gondola, take the escalator and turn right at the top. You will see a ticket office on your left.


We meet here! The New Generation Avoriaz Ski School meeting point is situated just at the top of the Prodains Express gondola. Head up the gondola, take the escalator and turn right at the top. You will see a ticket office on your left.

Wallabies Avoriaz

Please meet outside Le Yeti bar in Avoriaz if you have children in our Wallabies ski group. Le Yeti bar is on the snow front beside La Folie Douce, and the Dromonts drag lift.

Wallabies Avoriaz Meeting Point

We meet here! For those with children in Wallabies, and staying in Avoriaz, we meet outside Le Yeti bar in Avoriaz. Le Yeti bar is beside la Folie Douce on the snow front.

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Avoriaz FAQ’s

Our Ski Lesson Costs are from

* quoted prices are for 1 – 2 pupils in non-peak weeks. Additional pupils can be added for a fee and prices in peak weeks are higher.

Yes, Avoriaz is an excellent choice for beginner skiers. In fact, the whole Portes du Soleil ski area is fantastic for beginners. With plenty of ski schools to choose from, and endless gentle terrain to practice on, including 25 blue runs and 4 green runs.

First-time skiers should start on Ecoles or Dromonts pistes in the middle of the snow front in the resort. There are also three of the four green pistes nearby and over four blue pistes (Proclou, Gernues, Seraussaix and Proclou) which are easy, gentle and spacious for you to practice and build confidence.

Yes, the village of Avoriaz sits at an altitude of 1800m and is known for keeping its snow long into the springtime.

Fly to Avoriaz

Fly to Geneva airport, which is the closest airport and pick up an airport transfer to the resort.

Airport Transfers: Geneva – Avoriaz

Most people that use air travel fly into Geneva airport as it’s less than 100 km drive to Avoriaz.  There are shuttle buses from 25-50€ per person, or you can take a private taxi.  There are also shuttle bus services from Lyon, Chambery and Grenoble, but for the higher price of between 60-100€ per person.

We recommend the following transfer companies:

Train to Avoriaz

Alternatively, you can take a train to Cluses or Thonon les bains and then take either a public or shuttle bus or a private taxi into resort.

Drive to Avoriaz

If you have an electric car, we highly recommend driving out to the Alps. It is by far the lowest carbon route to the Alps.

There is a regular bus service linking up with Morzine, Les Gets, Montriond and even as far as Les Jotty. Timetables can be found at the bus stops and in the Tourist Office.

Unlike some other French resorts, Avoriaz is a reasonably priced resort. With plenty of affordable accommodation options and fantastic restaurants to suit every budget. It is more expensive that the less known French resorts, but it gives you access to the Portes du Soleil, whereby you can ski to Morzine, Les Gets and even over into Switzerland.

Information regarding when Avoriaz ski resort will open can be found here.

Whether you’re a non-skier or have one in your party, or you’re looking for something to do when the weather draws in, there’s plenty of non-skiing activities to keep you entertained in Avoriaz.

Ice skating – In the center of Avoriaz, open during the morning and late afternoon.

Aquariaz – A tropical paradise in the heart of Avoriaz. This is a great activity for kids with water slides, water guns, and tipping buckets of water. There is also a chill-out space that’s fab for the big kids.

Horse & sleigh

Snowshoeing or Nordic walking

Or have you ever thought about having a workout and trying different disciplines like ski touring or cross-country?

These can be accessed on the Avoriaz website.

Geneva Airport 95km 1 hour 45
Chambery Airport 145km 2 hours
Lyon Airport 220km 3 hours
Grenoble Airport 225km 3 hours

Avoriaz ski resort sits at 1800m altitude.

Avoriaz is a great resort for families. It really is hard to find a resort that is as safety focused and centred around children’s enjoyment on the mountain. The ski area is huge and there are:

  • 3 specific zones for beginners
  • 37 green slopes
  • 123 blues

It’s also good to note that in Avoriaz 1800, children under the age of 5 ski for free, and the child ski pass is valid up to the age of 15 years (inclusive) rather than the usual 12 years. There’s also a reduced rate for teenagers aged 16 to 19 years too – so they can enjoy all the joys of skiing without breaking the bank!

In Avoriaz & Morzine we recommend one company who provides childcare options:

Jack Frost’s
Quality childcare in the Portes du Soleil.

If you’re looking for more information about the resort including what’s on during your stay, then try one of the following websites:

See Avoriaz
A helpful site with regular event listings of what’s going on in the resort, snow reports and more.

Avoriaz Tourist Office
The official site for Avoriaz

Need help with your booking?
Give us a call, we’re here for you.

UK office: +44 1462 674 000
Lines open: Monday – Friday 9:00 – 17:00 UK


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