From the age of 7

Ski & Trapper

An exceptional winter adventure awaits your children aged 7 to 12, carefully orchestrated by our dedicated esf Pralognan instructors, combining ski lessons and thrilling discoveries with the Trappeur course!
WELCOME TO THE PRALOGNAN-LA-VANOISE ESF You can already book your ski lessons for winter 2024/25 ! We look forward to welcoming you to our ski school.
When are you coming?
07
Dec 2024
14
21
28
04
Jan 2025
11
18
25
01
Feb
08
15
22
01
Mar
08
15
22
29
05
Apr
12
19
Ski & Trapper
Children aged 7 to 12, from Ourson to Étoile d'Or level, are supervised by our ski instructors over 5 or 6 days. In a safe and fun environment, they perfect their technique while enjoying the snowy slopes.

Throughout 3 days, the adventure takes on a new dimension with the Trapper course. Treasure hunts, igloo building and tracking wild animal tracks add a captivating touch to their winter experience.

Surrounded by their friends during the Trapper course, your children will experience unique moments of complicity!
From
204€
Ski & Trapper
Ski level: Beginner
morning & afternoon
5 or 6 ski lessons + 3 trapper lessons
Children aged 7 to 12
Skiing:
- Sunday to Friday
- Monday to Friday
- Monday to Saturday
2.15pm to 4.30pm
(Except Saturdays: from 9.30am to 11.45am)
Meeting points: Beginner or Snow Front
Trapper:
- Sunday to Tuesday
- Wednesday to Friday
9.30am to 11.45am
Meeting point: Pré de la Scie
Important
Medal included (ski)
Compulsory ski pass
Get insured
Snowshoes required (trapper)
Ski equipment required
Helmet compulsory (ski)
From
204€
Ski & Trapper
Ski level: Ourson-Etoile d’or
morning & afternoon
5 or 6 ski lessons + 3 trapper lessons
Children aged 7 to 12
Skiing:
- Sunday to Friday
- Monday to Friday
- Monday to Saturday
2.15pm to 4.30pm
(Except Saturdays: from 9.30am to 11.45am)
Meeting points: Beginner or Snow Front
Trapper:
- Sunday to Tuesday
- Wednesday to Friday
9.30am to 11.45am
Meeting point: Pré de la Scie
Important
Medal included (ski)
Compulsory ski pass
Get insured
Snowshoes required (trapper)
Ski equipment required
Helmet compulsory (ski)
From
204€
Ski & Trapper
Ski level: Beginner
MORNING & Sleep IN
5 or 6 ski lessons + 3 trapper lessons
Children aged 7 to 12
Skiing:
- Sunday to Friday
- Monday to Friday
- Monday to Saturday
From 9.00am to 11.00am
Meeting points: Beginner or Snow Front
Trapper:
- Sunday to Tuesday
- Wednesday to Friday
From 11.30am to 1.30pm
Meeting point: Pré de la Scie
Important
Medal included (ski)
Compulsory ski pass
Get insured
Snowshoes required (trapper)
Ski equipment required
Helmet compulsory (ski)
From
204€
Ski & Trapper
Ski level: Ourson-Etoile d’or
MORNING & Sleep IN
5 or 6 ski lessons + 3 trapper lessons
Children aged 7 to 12
Skiing:
- Sunday to Friday
- Monday to Friday
- Monday to Saturday
From 9.00am to 11.00am
Meeting points: Beginner or Snow Front
Trapper:
- Sunday to Tuesday
- Wednesday to Friday
From 11.30am to 1.30pm
Meeting point: Pré de la Scie
Important
Medal included (ski)
Compulsory ski pass
Get insured
Snowshoes required (trapper)
Ski equipment required
Helmet compulsory (ski)
From
204€
Ski & Trapper
Ski level: Beginner
Sleep in & AFTERNOON
5 or 6 ski lessons + 3 trapper lessons
Children aged 7 to 12
Skiing:
- Sunday to Friday
- Monday to Friday
- Monday to Saturday
From 3pm to 5pm
(Except Saturdays: from 9.00am to 11.00am)
Meeting points: Beginner or Snow Front
Trapper:
- Sunday to Tuesday
- Wednesday to Friday
From 11.30am to 1.30pm
Meeting point: Pré de la Scie
Important
Medal included (ski)
Compulsory ski pass
Get insured
Snowshoes required (trapper)
Ski equipment required
Helmet compulsory (ski)
From
204€
Ski & Trapper
Ski level: Ourson-Etoile d’or
Sleep in & AFTERNOON
5 or 6 ski lessons + 3 trapper lessons
Children aged 7 to 12
Skiing:
- Sunday to Friday
- Monday to Friday
- Monday to Saturday
From 3pm to 5pm
(Except Saturdays: from 9.00am to 11.00am)
Meeting points: Beginner or Snow Front
Trapper:
- Sunday to Tuesday
- Wednesday to Friday
From 11.30am to 1.30pm
Meeting point: Pré de la Scie
Important
Medal included (ski)
Compulsory ski pass
Get insured
Snowshoes required (trapper)
Ski equipment required
Helmet compulsory (ski)
Lessons may not take place if there are less than 5 students enrolled.

Frequently Asked Questions

How should I equip my child?
Equipment is not included in the price of the course, so remember to bring it with you before the first lesson.
Advice: Shoes in the correct size with only 1 pair of socks. Trust the professionals for the adjustments. Wearing a helmet is compulsory.
Is insurance included?
No, no insurance is included in the price of the lessons. We strongly recommend that you check your current insurance cover and take out Carré Neige Insurance.
Does my child need a ski pass?
This special "Flocon" ski pass is available on presentation of proof of current enrolment at the lift ticket office or when booking online (optional) with the lessons.

  • From 1ère Étoile to Compétition, a "Child" ski pass is required from the first to the last day of lessons.
This ski pass is only available from the ski lift office: it can be booked online on their website or directly at the lift ticket office.
Will my child get a medal?
Friday is the big day, and each child will be presented with a medal by the instructors to end the week with a moment of conviviality. If you have chosen the 5 or 6-day consecutive course option, the medal is included in the price. If the student does not pass the level prepared, a medal in the process of being acquired will be awarded.
How should I dress my child?
- Warm, comfortable, waterproof jacket, salopettes or overalls.
- Mittens rather than finger gloves.
- Mask or sunglasses (attached with a cord).
- UV protection factor 3 minimum.
Whats if my child gets cold?
They'll enjoy their little snack break! This is the time for young children to rest and regain their strength, so that skiing remains a pleasure. Don't forget to slip a little snack into your child's pocket (a drinkable compote or yoghurt).
Does my child need to bring snacks?
Children can keep a cereal bar or a drinkable compote in their pockets in case they get hungry, especially if the weather is bad.