Courses We Offer
All Mountain Pure Ski Performance Course
Imagine a winter where your primary focus is to rip around three epic resorts refining your skills. That’s what this ski performance course is all about.
Snowboard Improvement Course
Our snowboard improvement courses are a great way to revolutionise your snowboarding with professional coaching in a fun and supportive environment. On these programmes, the focus is to improve your snowboarding – not just to earn qualifications. However, some of the longer courses do include some snowboard instructor qualifications as well.
Off-Piste Ski Courses
For many skiers, the ultimate thrill is riding deep, untouched powder. An increasing number of skiers are looking to get off groomed trails and gain the skills necessary to go off-piste and backcountry skiing. Our off-piste ski courses provide you with the opportunity to do this. Push your boundaries with us this winter and join one of our off-piste programmes.
Get Your Foot Right In There
When you are strapping in, make sure to jam that heel all the way into the heel cup. This allows your bindings straps to fit snugly around your boot and make that beautiful, firm locked-in feeling. Get this right, and you'll thank us later.
Skate Off A Chair Straight
Probably the most intimidating thing about snowboarding for beginners is skating off your first chairlift. Remember the tip above for skating; stay calm and ride straight off the chair. Don't try to turn too early, don't lean on others for support and don't try to stop just after you've stood up. Just ride away in a straight line then put that anchor down once you feel yourself slowing down.
Snow building up on the baseplate of your binding can be a real day-breaker. Instead, every time you strap in, use the buckle of your toe and heel strap to attack the ice and clear it out first. This will give you a clean ice-free footbed so you can lock in tight.