The levels below are the levels that the child must have at the beginning of the week.
Remember that it is not good and inhibits a child’s learning to be the least abled in the group, ask your instructor to see if you are able to change.
The same can be said for finding a class to easy. As a result it is very important to ensure your children are in the correct class.
Thank you for choosing seriously.
Your choice will aid in fluidity of classes, the number of children per class, and the enjoyment of your children.
We reserve the right to change children who are not in a suitable class.
But don’t worry; our satisfaction rate is 99%!! Thank you in advance and enjoy your stay.
Alpine Skiing Levels "Top Group"
- Snowgarden: I am between 3 ½ and 5 ½ years old, I have started and I want to ski like my parents.
- Class 1: I walk and move with skis, I “turn” both ways, and I brake. Like an adult, and without the help of Mum or Dad, I take the small lifts alone.
- Class 2: I take the lifts without a problem. I ski “Blue” runs and now my ski tips are not always in snow plough.
- Class 3: I ski on the “Blue” runs and sometimes on the “Reds”. In “basic parallel” at the moment and at the end of the week I should be able to have my skis constantly parallel to go to class 4. This is a very difficult step … This class is often the most repeated!
- Class 4 : I must ski “perfectly” parallel on the “Red” runs.
- Class 5: The “Reds” runs are too easy for me. Now I want to learn small “Short” turns and I am interested in the “Snow park” but can’t do anything!
- Class 6: ”Black” runs, “Freeride”, “Freestyle”, “Slalom” are on the menu in my class, this is what I will discover this week depending on the conditions and level. More of a casual ‘ski with friends class’ where we have cool lessons because the conventional lessons are not really enticing enough … When I have earned my “Crystal Diamond” medal, I’d be willing to start my training as a young instructor.
Levels Snowboard "Top Group"
- Mini-Rider: I am just starting, but I am unbelievably motivated! This week I’ll be with friends and I know that we will progress at the same speed …
- Class 1: I master the lifts and do “Green” and “Blue” runs.
- Class 2: The “Blue” runs are too easy now. I’m starting to ride on the edge of my board! Down the “Red” runs and “Black” now … I am interested in the “Snow park” but can’t do anything!
- Class 3: I have mastered the runs, but I would now like to start “Freestyle” and “Freeride”.