Brit-run school to operate in St-Martin

13th October 2011, by Chris Gill

New Generation, the Brit-founded ski and snowboard school, will be adding St-Martin-de-Belleville to their list of French bases this winter.

St-Martin will join the nine other top Alpine resorts that New Generation operate from – including Courchevel, where the company first started in 1998. Last winter, Serre Chevalier was a new addition; the branch is now run by top coach Gavin Crosby (formerly of Eureka Ski).

Judging by the flood of positive reader reports for the ski school, New Generation remains a favourite with British visitors to the French Alps looking for English-speaking instructors, smaller groups and quality instruction.

By including St-Martin, the ski school now offers tuition in the third of the Trois Vallées ski area – along with branches in Méribel, La Tania and Courchevel (1650 & 1850).

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