Morzine Ski School

Our Morzine Ski & Snowboard School

Our Morzine Ski & Snowboard School has been running since 2013 and it’s become one of our busiest schools. Morzine is a buzzing resort favoured by Brits to it was an obvious choice for our ski & snowboard school. Our Morzine team is headed up by Christian Lindley who had been teaching with New Gen in Val d’Isère and Verbier for several years before setting up our school in Morzine. And we’re pleased to have a few new instructors this year to add to our talented team in Morzine. Plus we’ve got a shop on Route de Bourg, so pop in and say hi in our new shop.

Need more info about Morzine? Check out our Resort Guide.

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Behind the scenes Christian will be supported by our off hill team to ensure your ski and snowboard lessons, and holiday, run smoothly. And most importantly are a lot of fun! So whether you’re a skier or boarder, starting out, improving, or keen to head off the beaten track, we’ve got something to help you improve, build confidence and make the most of your stay in the expansive Portes du Soleil!

Ski & Snowboard Lessons in Avoriaz

We have explanded and are offering private lessons from Avoriaz too. So if you’re staying outside of Morzine and are looking for lessons then give us a shout!

Morzine Ski School Meeting Point

The New Generation meeting point in Morzine is situated just the other side of the telephone mast. When you come out of the Pleney Bubble turn right, pass the restaurant and the other ski school meeting points. Ours is along the fence just around the corner slightly.

We have a big yellow flag and our New Generation ski instructors are easily identifiable in their bright blue uniforms.

We are able to meet in Avoriaz for private lessons, depending on availability. We can meet at either the top of the Prodains Express Bubble or the top of the Ardent Bubble.

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Morzine FAQ’s

What lift pass will I need for the lessons?

A Morzine-Les Gets pass is recommended for all of our lessons.

What happens if I’m in the wrong group?

We do our best to ensure that this doesn’t happen during the booking process. If your instructor feels that you are in the wrong group however we will do our best to move you into a more suitable level.

Where can I get my skis and snowboard equipment?

There are a number of hire shops close to our meeting point:

Francois Baud

Intersport

Berger Skis

Pleney Sports

Mathias Sport 2000

 

 

How can I get around resort?

Within Morzine itself there is a shuttle bus to take you between the telecabine stations of Le Pleney, Super Morzine and Les Prodains.  There are also buses between Morzine and the neighbouring resorts of Montrionds, Les Gets, Morzine-Avoriaz and even as far as Le Jotty. Timetables can be found in the Tourist Office, at the bus stops, from your tour operator and in many of the shops and bars in town.

What is the snow like? Morzine webcams

You can check out the current snow conditions in resort on the Morzine tourist office website.

“New Generation Ski were absolutely brilliant from start to finish. Our 4 year old little boy loved every single lesson and he couldn’t wait to get back the next day. I was really impressed by how friendly the instructors were and how good they were with him. They even let us add on an extra day of lessons last minute because he enjoyed it so much. I would hugely recommend them and will use them again next year!”

December 2016

“We had a fantastic time in our level 2 lessons with Grant. He was flexible in his approach to the different confidence levels in the class, and was a calm and reassuring presence when people were nervous! He really brought us all on in a short period of time, and I would highly recommend New Gen as a result”

April 2016

“Christian was excellent with the kids. They all absolutely loved skiing with him and he really bought them on. I would book with New Generation again without giving it a second thought! I also loved the fact that New Gen were the only ski instructors on the mountain with helmets on. It sets such a good example to the children and proves the point we make over and over to the children that it doesn’t matter how good a skier/boarder you are, its everyone else on the mountain you have to worry about! Fantastic week of skiing for the kids, top job!”

April 2016