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The Slopestyle groups are, without doubt, the coolest class on the slopes!

Our teenage group ski lessons are designed to make teenagers feel at home. Not like traditional ski school, the emphasis is definitely on having fun as we blast around the slopes. The Summit instructor will demand maximum mileage and teach all the latest techniques and tricks, even venturing into the terrain park and half pipe.

There are 2 levels of Slopestyle groups: Red and Black. The colour of the group corresponds to the colour runs the children can already ski with confidence.

6

Max 6 in kids groups

Summit group lessons are all about real improvements while having a blast. With our small classes, the instructor will be able to focus on each child as well as all the kids loving being part of a team.

Zermatt Ski School

Native English speakers

We are the only Zermatt ski school to teach group lessons entirely in English. Kids can be relaxed learning in their native language and they will develop a strong bond with their class and teacher.

Slopestyle group prices

Kids & Slopestyle Groups
Sunday – Friday
9am – 12pm
Maximum 6 in a group

600chf for 6 days

Slopestyle red

The teenagers in this group are skiing red runs and are ready to tackle the blacks. The group will improve their technique, learn new tricks and become more aware of mountain safety.

Slopestyle black

This is our top level group for teenagers who have almost mastered the slopes. The group will perfect their skiing skills, get a safe introduction to the terrain park and variable snow. They will try to take on every black run in the resort!

click here to go to our booking page and fill in our form, or send us an email, or give us a ring on +41 27 967 0001

What is slopestyle?

What's your level?

Do you know what level you ski? If you are joining our group lessons then it is really important we know as much as we can to make sure you join the correct group. For private lessons it is great information too as we can then pass it on to the instructor who will be able to help you get the most out of the lesson.

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