Basecamp Ski and Snowboard

By simply_emma, 30 Sep '15 at 16:43

Basecamp Ski and Snowboard are the leading tour operator and provider of ski and snowboard training courses in France and Canada. With a selection of short, long, instructor, all mountain and performance courses available participants are able to choose a season which is best suited to them. The legendary 10/11 week instructor courses qualify people to a BASI/CSIA/CASI Level 2.

Basecampers enjoy central accommodation, world-class instruction, experienced and organised resort managers, like mind people and skiing and snowboarding in the worlds premier resorts.

Ski Instructor Courses
www.basecampgroup.com/ski-instructor-courses

Snowboard Instructor Courses
www.basecampgroup.com/snowboard-instructor-courses

Seasonal Accommodation
Options in Meribel and Val d'Isere hello@basecampgroup.com with any requests.

VAL D’ISERE



MERIBEL




BANFF



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