Snowboard Lessons
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Whatever aspect of your riding you want to improve one to one private lessons are the quickest way for you to learn and to progress. From complete beginner looking to learn the basics of snowboarding to advanced riders who want to polish up their technique or focus on a specific aspect of their riding, individual one to one private lessons allow you to dictate the pace and content of your lessons.

Lessons Overview

Technical Courses & Camps
Technical Course or Camp?

Whether you are a complete beginner or an advanced snowboarder you will see significant developments in your riding throughout the week on one of our technical camps and courses.

Technical Course & Camp Overview

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Our Technical camps and courses are run throughout the winter season and are a great way to meet people, make new friends and develop your snowboarding. If you are not sure if this is for you then why not give us a call or send us an email and we can discuss what will work for you.

Freestyle Courses & Camps
Freestyle Lesson, Course or Camp?

Progressing your freestyle riding never stops! From a 2 hr lesson to focus on specific tricks through to a full week of coaching, our instructors will work with you to advance all aspects of your Freestyle riding.

Freestyle Course & Camp Overview

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Avoriaz is considered a hub of European snowboarding and has 5 snowparks including the Burton Stash and a superpipe. There are a further 8 parks across the rest of the Portes du Soleil.

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Contact Us
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Contact Details

+33 (0)4 50 84 13 88

Visit Us

The Woods Snowboard Shop
132 Rue du Bourg
74110 Morzine


Kids Snowboard Lessons
Kids Clubs & Holidays
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At MINT Snowboarding we have been teaching kids aged from 3 years old to snowboard for over 12 years. We aim to create a fun and engaging environment for your kids to learn to snowboard. From complete beginner to fully fledged little ripper, our private and group lessons are the perfect way for you kids to learn to ride.

Kids Overview

Backcountry Courses & Camps
Backcountry Guiding
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If you want to get off-piste and hike or splitboard tour into the backcountry to ride epic powder lines then you should be riding with us.

We have a huge choice of backcountry off-piste adventures in the Portes Du Soleil, the Grande Massif and Chamonix for you to choose from. 

Backcountry & Splitboarding Overview

MINT Snowboarding since 2006. World Snow Award Winners in 2016 & 2017!

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  Do you live in the south of England and have kids aged 3 to 6 years itching to get on a snowboard? The Burton Riglet Park is heading towards its final stop for this year at the London Ski and Snowboard show. This is the perfect chance for kids…

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.   The next stop on the MINT UK tour will be the Telegraph Ski & Snowboard Show starting next week in London. Join us from 30th October to 2nd November at Earls Court 2 where we will have a stand in the brand new Drop Inn area.     THE…

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.   We are exhaustedly fresh back from an awesome weekend at the Snowboard Asylum’s Big Bang event put on at Tamworth snowdome over the weekend. The weekend snowboard show was a huge success with over 500 snowboard taster lessons taken, 200 kids aged 3-6 yrs riding the Burton Riglet…

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. You might have already heard that the Burton Stash in Avoriaz is being enlarged for winter 2014/15, but here are all the details! Improvements include: > A new banked slalom course in the middle > A new strip at the bottom end of the Foret des Lindarets with 4…

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  We are stoked to be heading to Tamworth for the Big Bang snowboard show on 18th & 19th October to do a couple of coaching sessions with Olympic superstar Jenny Jones. MINT instructor & founder, Tammy Esten, will be co-hosting two ladies only coaching sessions with good friend Jenny. The Ladies Power…

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