All Mountain Academy currently hold courses at a number of resorts in Austria and France. Use the Map to take a look at these resorts.




The picturesque village of Mayrhofen is one of the top Austrian ski destinations for British, Dutch and German winter sports enthusiasts. Situated in the heart of the Ziller Valley, Maryhofen is an easy hour’s drive or train journey from Innsbruck international airport, and is also easily accessible from Munich and Salzburg. The distinctive natural landscape of the resort provides plentiful opportunities for every level of skier to develop their skills, from wide, mellow pistes to practice technique, to challenging off-piste terrain to indulge in the numerous freeriding or touring possibilities. It is also home to the Vans Penken Park-one of the most prestigious and progressive parks in Europe. This magnificent town plays host to a huge variety of world class events throughout the year; the Austrian Open, Wangle Tangle, Altitude comedy festival and Snowbombing to name but a few.



Hintertux, also in the Ziller Valley, offers skiing 365 days in the year on its glacier at 3250m. In the Spring and Autumn, Hintertux is home to the premier Snowpark of the eastern Alpes, the Betterpark Hintertux. Ideal for Spring shred sessions and learning new tricks in the softer snow.

Hintertux is also the venue for all the spring BASI Instructor courses, so the perfect place to get training prior to those exam weeks!!

All the Coaches are based in Hintertux leading upto and during the BASI season offering coaching on the slopes that you'll be assessed on!



Located in the stunning Savoie region of the French Alps, Tignes has long been hailed as one of the most diverse resorts in Europe. Easily accessible from Geneva, Grenoble, Chambery and Lyon, this lively resort is world renowned for its varied, extensive and challenging skiing. Host of the European X Games and now home to the Brits, it comes as no surprise that Tignes offers a state of the art park and a bustling après scene. With the heart of the resort at a healthy 2100 metres, you will find unrivalled off-piste opportunities literally on your doorstep.


Opening its winter season by playing host to the first European leg of the World Cup circuit Val d’Isere kicks off each year by presenting itself as the world-class resort that it is. Linked to Tignes via the extensive 300+km network of piste that make up the magnificent Espace Killy ski domain, Val D’Isere offers easy access to one of Europe’s, if not the world’s, most exciting and varied ski destinations. There are unparalleled possibilities for off-piste skiing, from mellow introductory lines, to challenging couloirs, and everything in between. This spectacular area truly has something to offer everyone.


Located a mere 45km southeast of Grenoble, Les Deux Alpes is a summer haven for European freestylers, and is renowned for being one of the most beautiful and friendly resorts in Europe. Lying along the centre of its valley, immediate access to its 220+km of piste is granted in all directions, with a funicular linking the town to the Mont-de-Lens Glacier at 3500m. Lauded as the largest skiable glacier in Europe, the Ment-de-Lens not only provides fantastic summer skiing opportunities, but also boasts one of the most extensive and revered parks of its kind. And if all that wasn’t exciting enough, there are plenty of varied and interesting off-snow activities on offer, many of which are free of charge upon presentation of your liftpass!




Hemel Snowcentre, the newest indoor UK facility, is fast becoming the go-to snow dome for not only the best snow quality, but also the most creative Park set ups and top draw coaching in the UK.