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The Best Ski Schools in Meribel:

Prosneige Ski School Meribel:

From beginner ski lessons to off-piste ski guiding this branch of the popular Prosneige ski school offers outstanding private ski lessons as well as budget-friendly group lessons for kids, teens and adults.

Parallel Lines Ski School Meribel:

Parallel Lines teach a full range of top-quality ski and snowboard lessons for adults and children including group lessons, private lessons, performance courses and off-piste guiding. All of Parallel Lines lessons are taught in English by British and fluent English-speaking instructors.

Cab 9 Snowboarding School Meribel:

This top-notch snowboard-only school offers a variety of private lessons, group classes and multi-day courses and camps taught by fun and talented snowboard instructors. If you're looking for great snowboarding lessons, Meribel's Cab 9 is the school for you.  

Learn to Ski and Snowboard in Meribel:

Meribel is best for:   

Almost everyone!  Families, couples, large groups of friends and skiers of all levels will all find something to love about Meribel, with different villages and slopes to suit all tastes.  

Meribel Highlights: 

An enormous ski area, a wealth of catered chalets, lovely hotels, a wide range of restaurants and a lively pub scene.   

Top Tips From Meribel's Best Ski and Snowboard Instructors:

  • Soak up some rays on the Tougnete side of the Valley in the morning before following the sun around to the Saulire side in the afternoon icy pistes begin to soften up.
  • Snowboarders might want to avoid the Truite and Ours pistes, both of which have long, flat sections.
  • If you want to head to Courchevel during busy times the Col de la Loze might be quicker than the more popular Saulire.
  • Instead of bringing your own skis or snowboard from home you can pre-order online from Alpin Resorts to make sure you have the season's best ski gear waiting for you when you arrive in resort.  Use code SKIBRO2020 and save up to 60% on equipment hire - easy peasy!
  • If you have children make sure to book in advance for holiday ski lessons - Meribel can get busy at half term and Christmas.   Don't miss out on getting the spot you want!
For more information, read our full guide to Meribel.  

FAQ’s about ski lessons in Meribel

How do I find the right lessons or activity for me in Meribel?

By default our results page will display a full list of all available activities in Meribel.  Using the filters on the left-hand side of the page will quickly reduce the list of results to courses that perfectly fit your needs.  For example to find beginner kids ski lessons you simply select ‘Skiing’, ‘Beginner’, and ‘Children’. Each provider on SkiBro has a comprehensive profile page, including profile video, detailed bio and past client reviews. Simply click on their profiles so find out exactly who they are and what they’re about.  

Where do I meet my instructor or group in Meribel?

When you make your booking, you’ll be able to choose a meeting point with a description. For ski school classes, there is generally a single meeting meeting point, which is also indicated in the information about the class. In both cases, the meeting point is included on the booking confirmation email and will be further confirmed by your chosen provider.  

When is the best time to book ski lessons in Meribel?

Although SkiBro is a fantastic way to book your ski lessons at the last minute, booking in advance is preferable in order to ensure you get your desired lessons, dates and times.  This is especially true during school holidays like Christmas, New Year, half-term and Easter when demand is very high and lessons often sell out months in advance. With SkiBro’s hassle-free cancellation policy you won’t be penalised should your plans change.  

How do I choose the correct ability level?

After choosing your desired lesson you will be asked to pick your level from a simple drop-down scale of 1 to 10.  Each level offers a brief description which will accurately inform your provider of your true ability level. Should your school or instructor need any more information, they will contact you directly.  

What is the difference between group lessons and a private ski or snowboard instructor?

When you book a private lesson you are booking the exclusive use of an instructors time for yourself, your family, or your group of friends.   When booking a group lesson you a booking a space in a structured group course where you will be taught alongside other skiers/snowboarders of a similar ability level.   Neither group nor private lessons are better than the other - each choice has its own benefits as you can see in our blog post here.    

How many people will there be in a group ski lesson?

The number of people in each lesson depends on the school, the course and the dates.  The maximum number of people for each course will be detailed on its product card.   What is the difference between a ski school and an independent instructor? Ski Schools are a formal organisation with the legal authority to employ ski and snowboard instructors.  Ski schools in Meribel offer a wide variety of ski and snowboard products including group and private lessons.   Independent instructors have the necessary qualifications to work outside of a ski school should they choose to do so.  Most independent instructors on SkiBro work for themselves, although some work in loose collectives. Generally speaking, independent instructors will only offer private lessons.  

Are all schools and independent instructors on SkiBro fully qualified & certified?

Yes!  We perform stringent checks to ensure that every provider listed on SkiBro has the necessary legal qualifications, governing body certifications and insurance to operate in their area.  

What do I do if I have a question about an activity before booking?

If you’re not sure about an activity, you can have a look at this page to learn more. If you’re still not sure, please drop us a line on Live Chat and we’ll be delighted to help.  

Where can I rent ski and snowboard equipment in Meribel?

There are several ski rental shops in Meribel.  Reserving equipment hire in advance with our partner Alpin Resorts will can be up to 60% cheaper than booking last-minute in resort.  Using the code SKIBRO2020 will save you an additional 5%.  

Which is a better fit for children - group ski lessons or private ski instruction?

Generally speaking, young children and beginners are best served in group lessons.  Having fun with other children is a good way for children to learn the love for skiing.  If your children are slightly older and/or very sporty then private lessons could be a better fit as you won’t be held back by the rest of the group as they progress.  Private lessons are also sometimes a better fit for very shy children.  

Can I share a private lesson with my family/friends/children?

Yes!  When booking a private instructor you are booking his or her time exclusively for the use of yourself and the rest of your group.  A lesson with a private instructor is a great way for groups of mixed ability levels to ski together and are also a fantastic option for families.

What is included with my ski or snowboard lesson in Meribel?

Unless noted on the activity card, ski and snowboard lessons only include the tuition. If an instructor, guide or school provides any extras - such as equipment hire or meals at lunch - this will be indicated in their profile. Often freeride/off piste, ski touring and splitboarding- some providers will include safety equipment (avalanche transceiver, backpack with or without airbag, shovel, probe), if this is the case it will be noted in the activity description. Some instructors take photos, provide video analysis and offer other added value. Look out for this in their profiles as well.

Do lessons in Meribel include a lift pass?

Lift passes are not included with ski or snowboard lessons in Meribel.  

What lift pass will I need for my lessons in Meribel?

Depending on your chosen activity, requirements will vary - certain beginner classes may not require a pass at all!  If you are uncertain as to which ski pass you will require simply get in touch with your chosen ski school or instructor and they will be happy to advise you.  

What happens if I’m in the wrong group?

SkiBro and our partner schools do our best to correctly assess your ability level during the booking process and our process is highly accurate. In the rare circumstance that your instructor feels that you are in the wrong class it is often possible to move to a class better suited to your needs.  

What is SkiBro’s cancellation policy?

Cancellation is absolutely free of charge with no-questions-asked up to 14 days before the start of your booking.  From 14 to 7 days before your booking you will be charged 50% of your total lesson price. Within 7 days of your lesson, any cancellations are at the discretion of your lesson provider.  

What is SkiBro’s Best-Price Guarantee?

We ensure our customers always pay the lowest possible price for their chosen activity.  If, at the time of your booking, you find the same activity available anywhere else online for less we’ll refund you 150% of the difference!