Les Arcs 2000 Ski & Snowboard School

Situated in the expansive Paradiski Area, we offer ski lessons out of Les Arcs 2000 as well as Peisey Vallandry and La Plagne. Our Les Arcs 2000 Ski School team is headed up by Resort Manager Davide La Porta who has been working with New Generation for a number of years with time spent in Courchevel 1850 previously.

Davide manages our growing team that serves both Les Arcs 1950 and Les Arcs 2000 and after a handful of winters in resort, knows the place inside and out. We offer a full range of ski lessons in this fantastic part of the ski area. Whether you’re a first timer or have been skiing your entire life, we have something to fit your needs in Les Arcs 2000. And if you’re staying nearby and are after a private lesson, we can meet you elsewhere in Les Arcs.

Also, don’t forget we still offer lessons just around the corner in Peisey Vallandry.

Need more info about Les Arcs? Check out our Les Arcs Resort Guide.

Ease of booking

Book at your convenience with our year-round reservations team and online booking system.

Tuition you can trust

First-class coaching with our fully qualified and experienced Les Arcs 2000 instructors.

Peace of mind

Help is on hand through your stay with our dedicated Les Arcs 2000 support team.

Our Les Arcs 2000 Ski School meeting point

Where you’ll meet your instructor

The New Generation Les Arcs 2000 Ski School meeting point is between the tourist office and the lift pass office. It is easily accessible from Arcs 1950 as well. Please get in touch to discuss options if you’re staying in another level of Les Arcs. For private lessons, we are happy to meet elsewhere in Les Arcs. Look for us in our new bright orange uniforms.

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Les Arcs 2000 Meeting Point

Meet our Les Arcs 2000 ski & snowboard instructors

Choose your ski or snowboard lesson in Les Arcs 2000

Les Arcs 2000 FAQ’s

Got questions about your ski lessons? We’ve got answers. Check out our FAQ page. Or if you have questions about Les Arcs specifically, check out our Les Arcs Ski Resort Guide.

Les Arcs valleys passes will be needed for lessons. Advanced skiers and boarders may potentially wish to buy a Paradiski pass to explore further afield.

You can find Les Arcs lift pass prices here.

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