Adult & Junior Ski Lessons

If you've just booked your first Ski Holiday, or simply want to give Skiing a go, start off with our 1 hour introductory Ski Taster Lessons. And then if you wish to develop your skills even further our 1 1/2 hour Group Lessons will get you sliding down the mountain in no time! Our structured group lessons enable you to progress through our skill level system with other participants of the same ability. There is a maximum of 12 pupils on each group lesson. As everyone progresses at a different pace, it is possible a certain lesson may need to be repeated.
Choose your level
TASTER - An Introduction to Skiing
Become familiar with the ski equipment: Learn how to walk and slide on a flat surface.
Progression to walking and sliding down a slope: Able to side step up our teaching slope and slide back down.

Awareness of the Ski code: Learn the basics behind the ski code.

Level 2 - Developing Snowplough
Snowplough glide: Be able to glide down the slope slowly using a Snowplough to control their speed.
Snowplough brake: Be able to stop halfway down the slope using the Snowplough.

Level 3 - Introduction to turning
Snowplough turning exercises: Be able to do small direction changes on the way down the slope staying in the Snowplough.
Snowplough turn in and out of the fall line: Be able to do controlled turns in both directions maintain control using a Snowplough.

Use of lift: Be able to use drag lift unaided.

Level 4 - Linking Snowplough Turns
Linked snowplough turns: Be able to do linked S-shaped turns down the slope using the turn and Snowplough to control speed.
Linked plough turns – varied radius & control of speed: Be able to control plough turns and change them based on the terrain steepness, whilst maintaining there speed.

Level 5 - Plough Swings to Plough Parallel
Basic plough parallel: Ploughing around the corner and matching skis after the fall-line.
Plough parallel: Progressively matching skis earlier in the fall-line.

Level 6 - Learning to Parallel Turn
Basic parallel turn: Be able to perform controlled S-shaped turns down the slope with lots of skid keeping the skis parallel throughout the turn.
Parallel turns – long radius: Be able to do wide controlled parallel turns using the entire slope, whilst still maintaining control of speed.

Level 7 - Improving your technique
Parallel turns – short radius: Be able to perform parallel turns down a narrow run whilst still maintaining control.
Carving: Be able to hold a carving motion down the slope by using the edge of the skis.

Private Lessons

Private lessons are a good form of learning for those that wish to progress quickly or just want a re-assessment of their ability. More than one person can take part in a private lesson we just ask that the participants are at the same skill level. Shorter 30 minutes sessions are available for Tots skiers. There is a minimum age limit of 4 years for skiing.