Have you ever wanted to spend a winter in the mountains?

In our opinion chalet hosting is the best job in the world and with our unique and specially designed training course we will give you the skills and knowledge that will help you secure the best job, give you the confidence to be a success in the role and help you make the most of your season.

The role of a chalet host is a tough, but important job. People pay a lot of money to come and stay in a chalet and it is down to you to look after them. You will need to be able to feed your guests breakfast, bake them cakes and serve at least a three course evening meal six days a week. You’ll need to keep the chalet and guest rooms spotlessly clean and all whilst being the perfect host.

The rewards however are high! You may not get paid that much money, but when you include all the perks (including lift pass) and possibly some good tips, it is more than enough to live on. But the big draw of being a chalet host is that you get lots of time off to ski or snowboard, doing the things you want to do. Whether that’s cruising pistes, hitting the park, laying down some fresh lines or just enjoying spending time with your friends. Being a chalet host gives you the chance to do this almost every day if you have the stamina!

At Fresh Tracks we are committed to delivering the best possible training. We are still chalet hosts ourselves and that is how we know we can give you the skills you need to effectively enjoy the role. Whether you have just finished school or uni, are more experienced but not sure if chalet hosting is for you, maybe you’re more mature and fancy a change of life direction, or a couple that’s not sure whether you can work together. Whatever your reasons for wanting to be a chalet host at Fresh Tracks we will look after you.

Please check out the rest of our website and if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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