Here at New Generation we don’t do things by halves – and the accommodation on our Residential BASI 1/2 courses is no exception. After a long days training, there’s nothing like coming home to tea and cake in a relaxing home from home.
Each chalet is chosen with the trainee in mind – a place to relax, unwind and recover. That’s why we like our chalets so much – all our trainees have twin rooms with their own bathroom, and lots of storage. Much better than a cramped dorm.
All our chalets have spacious, comfy lounges with wi-fi and tv and outdoor areas to catch the sun in the late season. Plus, each chalet has a ski storage area and a space to service your skis (don’t worry, we’ll teach you how).
If you’ve been on a chalet holiday before, you’ll know the best bit – the amazing food! We expect no less on our training courses, which is why we provide students with breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and a two-course dinner 5 days a week. According to our trainees, the Planks Yeti Hunter Jacket we provide our trainees has a perfect baguette-sized pocket for taking your lunch out on the mountain!
Your chalet host will cater to any dietary requirements you may have, and keep you well fed and watered. You’ll get to know them pretty well over the course.
We carefully curate our menu to maximise protein and carbs to keep you strong throughout the course. Here’s what to expect;
Freshly made omelette with fillings of your choice.
Choose from ham, bacon, onion, mushrooms, cheese, peppers and tomatoes.
Plus – porridge, cereal, croissants and baguettes with preserves
Baguette from the local bakery made in the chalet with a choice of fillings.
Tuna mayo, ham, chicken, salad, cheese and anything else in the fridge!
Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Icing,
Baguette and preserves, coffee, tea and squash
Moroccan Chicken (or Sweet Potato and Chickpea) Tagine
with Jewelled Cous Cous and Mediterranean Vegetables
Chocolate Brownies with Orange Coulis and Crème Fraiche
If there’s one thing we’re experts in, it’s skiing. That’s why we run our courses in resorts with a wide variety of terrain to challenge and develop our trainees. However we’re no strangers to aprés, so the resorts are also chosen with that in mind!
- Courchevel is the home of New Generation – our chalet in Le Praz is just two minutes away from the slopes, shops and two bars which host live bands and sports.
- Meribel is the heart of the Three Valleys – our chalet is situated perfectly next to a bus stop which takes you to Meribel Village and Meribel centre. You can even get home from the Rond Point.
- Verbier is New Generation’s biggest training resort, which means the team there is like a family! There’s plenty of amazing off-piste to be found and some great lively post-ski bars – that’s why our chalet is right in the centre of town.
Check out the resort pages for more information on the accommodation, activities in resort and what to expect on a course there.
We believe that your season home should be a place to relax and enjoy your down-time, which is why we work so hard to create the best environment for your course.