Intensive ski coaching camp specially tailored to intermediate and advanced skiers, who are, mainly in off piste terrain, limited by worse or poor riding technique. No mountain will be unskiable!
Snowbuster performance coaching ski camps cater for all level of skier from beginner to expert. They are not for people who just want to get down the mountain, they are for skiers that are serious about improving. Want to be the best skier you can and to own the mountain? These camps are for you.
If you are looking to take your skiing quickly to the next level, then you need intensive coaching. Traditional ski lessons do a good job, but by focussing on improvement, goals and maximising slope time, Snowbusters will help you improve much faster.
Of course being Snowbusters this is all done in a fun and relaxed way. All the instructors, coaches and guides are fully licenced professionals who’ve dedicated their life to skiing. They love the mountains, and want to pass an understanding of their lifestyle and the skiing culture to you, all whilst helping you improve.
So don’t settle for just learning to ski or only improving your technique. Instead join one of Snowbusters intense performance coaching ski camps to take your skiing to another level, and be introduced to skiing culture with this fun bunch of skiers and snowboarders.
What you will be coached through:
Perfecting linked parallel turns all over the mountain
Introduction to rhythmical, long, medium, and short radius parallel turns on steep terrain
Introduction to carving turns
Perfecting carving turns of long, medium and short radius
Introduction to race carving turns
Introduction to moguls
Introduction to off piste
Perfecting carving turns of long, median, short radius on any slope
Perfecting race carving turns on any slope
Perfecting mogul skiing
Perfecting off-piste skiing
3 days ski coaching
3 days ski pass
4 nights shared accommodation
Flights, accomodation, travel, climbing insurance and food are not included.
Ski / snowboard rentals.
Suitable for intermediate and advanced skiers, who are, mainly in open terrain, limited by worse or poor riding technique.