The First Tracks Ski Coaching Team
Our Team is comprised of around 17 fully qualified and experienced instructors, we also have two high mountain guides. As a small group of professionals, team spirit is important and we exchange on a daily basis sharing precious information about snow conditions, the best slopes and the quietest parts of the mountain, in order to ensure you get the best of us.
Our clients often comment on the great atmosphere and camaraderie that can be felt amongst the First Tracks Team.
Alan - "AL"
Loves to spend his spare time off-piste, a great confidence booster and heaps of fun with kids.
Our freestyle, freeride and big air specialist, a very patient and dedicated Coach.
Ex-British Ski Team, now a first class Coach, patient and gentle yet encouraging with bags of experience.
Heaps of valuable experience on and off piste, a great sense of humour and some pretty funky hats.
Great with adults of all levels, David has a great sense of humour and is a talented Coach.
Ironman contestant and road cycling guide in the summer, as well as a great coach, she’s pretty fit!
A big smile, upbeat, positive, fun and talkative, in the summer months she teaches wakeboard and water skiing on Lake Annecy.
A ski racing specialist, Fabrizio is a great technician and will work miracles with your technique!
François works miracles rebuilding confidence, many years of experience too.
Enjoys working with advanced skiers both on and off-piste, he’s also a professional photographer.
Oozles of energy and fun, great on and off-piste and knows plenty of other ski resorts too.
Ex-Olympian ski racer and as quick as them come! A beautiful aura means she’s a great person to ski with.
A Mountain Guide and off-piste expert with a great sense of humour. You will be in safe hands!
A meticulous and conscientious mountain guide, Nicolas is a reassuring person to be off-piste with.
Happiest when shredding powder off-piste, Stephane knows places that aren’t even on the map!
You may see our favourite (and only!) Reservations Manager on the slopes, but it’s unlikely!