Have a look at our ski ability guide if you need help choosing a course, its a rough guide to ski ability and here to help you choose the right course for you.
- Beginner – A skier developing early basic parallel, relies on snowplough more often than not (Blue piste)
- Early Intermediate – Refining the parallel and developing a wider range of movements to suit more different terrain. Confidence may be an issue, needs to develop skills to tackle bumps and steeper slopes (red piste)
- Intermediate – This skier usually holidays every year, skis all over the mountain and gets down most things within the ski area boundary. Further developing tactics and technique is the name of the game.
- Advanced – Skis with solid technique all over the mountain, may lack some consistency when going gets tough. Tricky snow conditions.
- Expert – Multiple ski trips during the winter, likes ski touring and lives to ski powder and steeper terrain, skis 9 to 5 has a quiver of skis. Heli-ski veterans and well travelled skiers.
- Pro – Skiers who ski to a very high level anywhere on the mountain in control. Are training to become a ski instructor at the higher levels. Aspiring freeskiers who might like to compete in freeride or skierx events.