If you are looking for day care for family ski holidays in Avoriaz, Garderie Les Petits Loups – ‘little wolf’ provides excellent childcare for children from 3 months to 5 years old (from 6 months during school holidays).
Childcare available from 8:45am to 5pm, Sunday to Friday.
Recognising that all children have different needs, they take care of each child attentively.
Supervision is on a 1 adult to 8 children (if they can walk) or 5 children (if unable to walk), total amount of children overall is 30, and it’s a popular choice for families in Avoriaz, so book now to reserve your place.
When it comes to coaching children at PDS Snowsports, we aim to develop and progress the skills of every one of our groups members through each day of their skiing adventure with us. With the help of our ex-national team coaches, we identify and push for new challenges in all different aspects of skiing, including race, freestyle, freeride, moguls and ski cross for those who want to try something new. Whatever level of skiing they might be, we strive to achieve personal goals for everyone, and most importantly have fun doing it! When the week’s over, we get together for an evening of prizes, certificates, and a video of the week’s skiing so everyone can see just how far they’ve come.
We’ve designed our kids’ lessons to encourage children’s natural sense of wonder and eagerness for learning. Combining tuition with fun things like treasure trails, our private lessons can be booked 1:1 or alongside family and friends. These are open to all levels from 3 years and up - we’ll teach them tips and techniques, how to use ski lifts and everything else they need to know.
For 3-5 year olds, we run special Parent & Child ski lessons, where you can get involved with your child’s development on the mountains and discover the safest, most forgiving parts of the ski area – parents can tag along at no extra cost! 2016's Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence Winner.
Established in ’92, this is the only British run ski school registered in Avoriaz. They’re a small team of professional instructors and offer a comprehensive range of ski and snowboard tuition:
Children’s ski garden - for ages 4+. Private tuition on a one-to-one basis or with a few friends (group sizes go up to 6).
Beginner (level 1) - ages 7 - 11.
Improver easy blue (level 2) – for kids who’ve already had a week on the snow.
Improver hard blue (level 3) – for kids who’ve already had 2 or 3 weeks on the snow.
Intermediate easy red (level 4) – confident with 4 or 5 weeks experience.
Intermediate / freeride hard red (level 5) – confident with 6 or 8 weeks experience.
Advanced black runs (level 6-7) – for children with 8+ weeks experience.
Teen freeride, backcountry and freestyle courses are also available.
May to Dec +44 1237 451099
Dec to April +33 450 38 34 91
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Children as young as three months old are accepted at Les P'tits Loups crèche. Older pre-schoolers in the three to five year old age group will have more outdoor play. Children aged three and over can also sign up at the famous Children's Village in the centre of the resort, run by former French champion skier Annie Famose. The five acres park for younger children includes five dedicated drag lifts and lots of fun features. After skiing there's a games room and restaurant in the village itself with entertainment laid on such as puppet shows and games. Older children have a range of more sophisticated skiing or snowboarding development choices including slaloms and discovery carving. There is also a Village Snowboard especially for children age six up who just want to 'board. The car-free environment of Avoriaz obviously makes it a safer choice for families than most. The place definitely has a feel of 'child-friendliness' which is something more than the many top resorts that rant on about how child-friendly they are but don't provide much evidence of it when you actually arrive. It's never more evident than at Christmas when Santa arrives on his sleigh, accompanied by elves laden with sweeties for the kids, setting off a week of festivities and street entertainments.
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