St Martin de Belleville Ski School

Our St Martin de Belleville Ski School is small but mighty and has been running since 2011. In that time, our team have grown and gained the local knowledge to enable you to have unforgettable experiences in St Martin de Belleville.

This goal is at the heart of everything we do, from our instructor recruitment and training to all our processes in-resort. Beginning with the initial contact, until after you leave the resort, our goal is to deliver exciting ski lessons, adventures and experiences to suit your needs and exceed your expectations.

We know it’s the little things that count. Whether you’re looking for ski lessons, snowboard lessons or technical coaching, a bespoke package for your corporate trip or to find the best off-piste, our experienced team have got it covered.

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St Martin de Belleville at a Glance

Ski Resort Guide

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3 Valleys

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Nearest International Airport

Geneva, Chambery or Lyon

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St Martin de Belleville Piste Map

St Martin Ski School Meeting Point

Where you’ll meet your instructor

Group lessons: The New Generation St Martin Ski School meeting point is at the bottom of St Martin 1 bubble lift in front of the Le Dahlia Restaurant.

Private lessons: Please get in touch prior to the first day of lessons to let us know where you’d like to meet. If we have no prior meeting point set, we will meet at the bottom of the St Martin 1 bubble lift, in front of Le Dahlia restaurant.

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Custom Experiences

Tailored for each client
Adaptive Ski Lessons

Adaptive ski lessons are enabling more people to participate in snowsports with the greatest possible level of independence.

Bespoke business packages
Corporate Lessons with our St Martin Ski School

St Martin is a fantastic destination for a corporate ski trip. With its picturesque chalets and breathtaking mountain views, St Martin is the perfect place to unwind and explore the great outdoors.

At New Generation, we know that corporate ski trips can be both physically and mentally challenging. That’s why our experienced team works closely with each participant to ensure that their experience is fun, engaging, and optimized for development and growth.

New Generation has everything you need to achieve lasting success on and off the snow!

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St Martin de Belleville 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.


  • Whippersnappers and Wallabies don’t need a ski pass for at least day 1. Our instructors will advise which pass they then need to get for the last few days.
  • Young Arrows will need the Saint Martin and Les Menuires Pass.
  • Arrows will need the Saint Martin and Les Menuires Pass and may be asked to upgrade to the Belleville pass part-way through the week.
  • Bombers to Pro-Riders will need the 3 Valleys Pass.


  • Adult Level 1 groups don’t need a ski pass for at least day 1. Our instructors will advise which pass they then need to upgrade to.
  • Adult Level 2 groups will need the Saint Martin and Les Menuires Pass.
  • Adult Levels 3-4 and Off-Piste Courses will need the 3 Valleys Pass.

Read more about 3 Valleys passes here.

There are no agencies for qualified nannies based in the village, but there are a number of companies based in the Three Valleys that might be able to provide a nanny.

MeriNannies is a professional nanny service operating in the Alps since 2003. Striving to provide the best childcare to ensure the whole family have a fantastic holiday. From a full week nanny service to just a few hours babysitting, you can trust Merinannies will go an extra mile to help. Book Your Nanny – MeriNannies

Other childcare options:

Le Club des Piou Piou is a non-ski nursery that accepts children from 18 months to 5 years old. The Club is run by ESF St Martin & the centre is approved by the DDASS and the Departmental for Youth and Sport. Toilet facilities, play areas and a restaurant are available on site for children.

For private babysitters, seasonnaires are often happy to help & earn some extra pocket money – ask locally for recommendations.

Chambery is the closest airport to St Martin, but most people fly to Geneva or Lyon which are slightly further away, but offer more choice in flight times and prices.

Fly + Airport Transfers

If you’re arriving by air then the following transfer companies offer airport transfers, either private or sometimes shared:

3 Valley Transfers



Snow White Transfers


There are buses from the airport but you will need to change at Moutiers and they’re not cheap so if they is a few of you it often cheaper to share a transfer.


The train is the cheapest option but again this will involve several changes and the trains are somewhat infrequent.

For easy access to the lift & ski pass office facilities, park in the Cochet Parking area over the road from the St Martin 1 gondola. Parking throughout the village is free, although there is a time limit to parking spaces in the centre of the village. Parking is also free in the neighbouring resort of Les Menuires (under a 10 minute drive up the valley).

There is a regular free bus service which links the Belleville Valley. Timetables are published on the tourist office website, alternatively paper versions are available from the tourist office itself.

Getting around the small village of St Martin de Belleville is easy by foot. Most catered chalets locally offer a chauffeur service to & from your accommodation to the slopes.

Alternatively, there are several local taxi options. Try Taxi Alfred Jay +336 88 64 78 90 or Taxi Belleville +336 18 71 84 23.

These can be accessed on the St Martin de Belleville website.

There are a variety of non-skiing activities available in the valley.

For some more relaxing activities, yoga is offered on Tuesdays in the village hall ‘Salle des Fêtes’. There are a number of lovely winter walks & snowshoe outings. Maps & guides can be booked through the tourist office & pedestrian lift passes are available at the ski pass office. Or relax with a massage or spa treatment at Ô des Cîmes Spa in Chalets du Gypse.

Head out on a dog sledge ride on the Doron path between the forest and the river if that’s your cup of tea. Or for something a bit different there is a museum in St Martin de Belleville. Located behind the church on Place de l’église is in a refurbished Bellevillois farm house. Guided tours are available to explain 150 years of local history from agriculture & tourism to the way local life has evolved across the Valley. Headphones are also available for English speaking visitors.

If you want something for the kids to do there are two different toboggan runs. The Roc’n Bob 4km toboggan run is accessible via the Roc 1 gondola in La Croisette area of Les Menuires. Minimum age – 7 years old. Open everyday except Saturday 14 – 18.45 PM. Or try out Speed Mountain. This toboggan run on rails in Les Bruyères district of Les Menuires. Minimum age – 5 years old. Open everyday except Saturday 13 – 20.00 PM

If you’re looking for a bit more adventure, why not mountain bike on snow? Yes really! Roc’n Bike is open everyday except Saturday 9am – 16.45pm. Minimum age – 12 years old. Or skidoo in the evening after the pistes are closed with Scoot’Evasion skidoo. Minimum age – 10 years old. Book in the Brasserie de l’Oisans, La Croisette, Les Menuires.

The Centre Sportif also offers a number of activities in La Croisette Les Menuires. Swimming pools, spa area, table tennis, badminton courts, squash courts, basketball & Fun Park, as well as a soft play zone for kids under 12 years old.

Find even more info at the tourist office.

We’ve been one of the top rated ski schools St Martin for the past few years. For beginners, St Martin wouldn’t be our first choice, but as soon as you’ve your feet and are feeling confident, there is so much terrain to explore in the Three Valleys. If you’re looking to visit the Three Valleys as a beginner skier, we’d recommend Val Thorens, Meribel or Courchevel over St Martin.

For intermediates, Saint Martin is a fantastic choice. With long cruisey blue and red runs that seem to go on for ever! You’ll be amazed by how far you can travel, how quiet it is and how quickly you can access new terrain with the up to date lift system in the Three Valleys. Not to mention the breathtaking mountain views!

If you’re looking for group lessons, private ski or snowboard lessons or private ski instructors then we can help. With our experience and passion for the area, we can help you develop your love of skiing. We also offer ski touring sessions, off-piste and more is you and your family are more advanced skiers. Take a look at our online booking system here for the latest prices and availability.

Read more about skiing in Saint Martin de Belleville here.

Saint Martin de Belleville is 1450m altitude. But most of the skiing is higher, closer to 2000m.

Considering the resort is part of the 3 Valleys (largest ski area in the world) St Martin de Belleville offers fantastic value for money. The charming village feel makes for an intimate stay whilst giving you access to the world’s best skiing. Name a better scenario?

As the years go by, there are more and more high end apartments popping up in St Martin, but the snow front with local restaurants offering typical French cuisine from the valley makes you feel at home straight away.

If you do want to visit St Martin de Belleville on a budget, choose a self catered apartment and visit the snack style bars for lunch or take a picnic. Eating out on the mountain is always more expensive, as well as staying in catered private chalets.

St Martin, the charming alpine village in the Belleville Valley usually opens for skiing in early – mid December. Consult the official opening and closing dates on the official Saint Martin de belleville website.

The village resort itself sits at 1450m, so it’s not as high as neighbouring resorts such as Meribel Mottaret and Val Thorens. Later into the spring the snow does disappear quickly, but the good news is that most of the skiing from St Martin is much higher over 2000m, meaning it sticks around for longer up in the mountains. It might just get a bit patchy lower down in the town.

You also have access to the largest ski area in the world, the Three Valleys so there is always plenty to explore, and the resort always ensures you can still move between villages until the resort officially closes.

If you’re looking for more information about resort including where to eat, what’s on during your stay and general hints and tips then try one of the following websites:

St Martin de Belleville Tourist Website

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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