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Skiing in Zermatt

Hi All
We are going to Zermatt over December and would like to learn how to ski. We are complete newbies. Can anyone explain the process - as I understand it, we would need to join a ski school, rent equipment and get ski passes? Have I got it right? Are there any schools that includes the rental and ski passes in the cost of the lessons? What clothing should we get - and where can we get it without it costing us an arm and a leg!
Its all quite pricey and daunting for someone who has never even been on a ski slope
All advice would be greatly appreciated.
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