Typical Itinerary Coach & Air

Typical Itinerary - Coach

Day One

Leave school to catch a late afternoon or evening ferry followed by the journey to resort.

Day Two

Arrival by coach at your centre is usually early afternoon, allowing time to check in to your accommodation followed by a ski fitting locally or at the centre. Dinner will be your first meal included in your tour, followed by some time to relax and prepare for the week of skiing ahead.

Getting There in Comfort

Days Three to Seven

Your bi-lingual ski rep will liaise with your ski instructors and arrange the meeting point for the first morning’s ski lessons and coordinate the rest of your tuition. Your coach is available throughout your time in resort for transfers to different meeting places should your group wish to explore different areas of the ski resort and for excursions or evening entertainments (within EU driving regulations).

Day Eight

After skiing equipment is returned, the group can generally walk or catch the local ski bus back to the centre to freshen up. Rooms are vacated and luggage transferred to the coach before the evening meal. After dinner you depart and travel overnight to Calais. Due to EU regulations your coach cannot be used so the local ski bus will be used to get to and from your final day’s skiing.

Day Nine

Take a cross channel ferry mid-morning to mid afternoon (depending on resort and school location) and continue on to your school.

Typical Itinerary - Air

Day One

Leave school to catch a morning flight to a European hub.  Transfer from the airport and arrive at your centre mid- afternoon, allowing time to check in to your accommodation followed by a ski fitting locally or at the centre. Dinner will be your first meal included in your tour, followed by some time to relax and prepare for the week of skiing ahead.

Days Two to Six

Your bi-lingual ski rep will liaise with your ski instructors and arrange the meeting point for the first morning’s ski lessons and coordinate the rest of your tuition. A coach can be made available to you for all transfers to and from your excursions and evening entertainments.

Typical Itinerary

Day Seven

After your final day’s skiing. skiing equipment is returned and you will spend the evening at leisure.

Day Eight

After breakfast, rooms are vacated and you depart and travel back to the airport for your flight home.

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