Teens & Youth From 13 years old
Top 6 Freeski Lessons From 13 years old, silver Flèche required

Top 6 Freeski for Teens - From 13 years old - Flèche d'argent level required


Fed up with skiing on the pistes all day? Have you tried our Top 6 Freeski course? Push yourself to the limit and discover freestyle and freeride!

If you have the technical level to ski many of the pistes on offer but are seeking more thrills and spills then the Top 6 Freeski course is for you.

Join a small group course for full day sessions with a maximum of 6 people registered, only during february school holidays.  Whether you want to experience big curves in the snow or strong sensations in the snowpark, you will make Freeride and Freestyle such good fun! 

Minimum level required: Flèche d'Argent.

Our group lessons are open from 4 registered people.

Lunch can be taken with the instructor, you just need to have about 20 euros of pocket money and report it to the instructor (meals cannot be booked).
Top 6 Freeski
From 13 years old - Flèche d'argent level required
  • Only during february school holidays 
  • Full days - 9.30am / 4.30pm
  • 6 or 7 consecutive days course
  • From Sunday or Monday
  • Helmet and back protection mandatory (Avalanche transceiver provided if necessary)
  • Bring a backpack
  • Skipass not included
  • Les 3 Vallées ski pass necessary 
Offer Saturday free of charge: for any child week package purchased, the child registered for this package can attend the Saturday lesson for free. Subject to registration by purchasing the 7 day package or by registering by email.

Meeting point
On the Croisette snow front in front of the banner corresponding to the child's level.
Meal
The instructor can supervise the group's lunch break (give your child about 20 euros and book on site with the instructor).
Attention - Health Pass
For children from 12 years old, please respect the health rules imposed by the government (Health Pass).
Options
Insurance
Prices
Full day lessons only 
9.30am - 4.30pm




6 days779 €
7 days779 €
The instructors who offer these lessons
See the instructors

Frequently asked questions for this course:

Is there any physical preparation recommended for the Freeski course? 
It is best to exercise regularly, 2 to 3 times a week.
What equipment is recommended for this training course?
-A helmet
-Back protection
-Off-piste safety equipment (avalanche transceiver, shovel, probe) is provided.
What about lunch if it is only a full day course?
Lunch can be taken with the instructor, you just have to give your child about 20 euros of pocket money and report it to the instructor in the morning (meals cannot be booked).
Lunch break will take place in one of the restaurants of the pistes with where we have preferential rates.