Snowbuster performance coaching ski camps cater to all levels of skiers 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 be 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 maximizing 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 licensed professionals who’ve dedicated their lives 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.


Performance Coaching Ski Course highlights
  • Maximum quality and quantity of skiing
  • 5 full days skiing with a professional coach and experienced freerider
  • Individual approach to your needs and level
  • Maximum 7:1 client/coach ratio
  • Group courses for 5 to 15 participants
  • One-on-one coaching
  • Video analysis  

Physical & technical requirements


  • Skiers with the ability to get down any slope or easy off-piste with lack of technic and confidence
  • Suitable for women and men, children from 15 years
  • The course/trip can be purchased by individuals, couples, couples, or groups of friends
  • Physical intensity: high



There are five ski camps to choose from:


Beginner Ski Camp

This camp is for complete beginners who’ve never skied before, and nervous skiers who can snow plough and stop, but are unable to link turns. It’s an intensive introduction to skiing that will improve your skiing much quicker than traditional ski school.

The goal of this group is to teach 100% control on easy (blue) and medium (red) slopes using the beginner snow plough technique. But also to introduce parallel turns and teach techniques to keep you safe on slopes you find difficult.

What you’ll learn:

  • Introduction to ski equipment and how to use it

  • What equipment you should choose and what to look out for

  • Maintaining balance

  • How to stand up after a fall

  • How to snowplough and control your speed

  • Snow plough turns and linking turns

  • Introduction to parallel turns


Beginner Plus Ski Camp

This camp is for confident novice skiers who want to really get into skiing. You should already be able to safely stop and make round snow plough turns on green and easy blue pistes. Perhaps you can already link turns at slow speed and skis may be parallel at the end of a turn on easy slopes.

The goal of this camp is to ensure you have 100% control over blue and red runs. And to ensure you are fluently skiing parallel on blues while staying safe on more difficult slopes.

What you’ll learn:

  • Perfecting linked snowplough turns

  • Confident parallel turns on easy slopes

  • Introduction to rhythmical, long, medium and short radius parallel turns

  • How to parallel turn on steeper ground


Intermediate Ski Camp

The intermediate camp is perfect for skiers who are confident on blues but want to ski more challenging slopes. You’ll already mostly ski parallel, but sometimes use snow plough to initiate turns or to stop. If steep slopes of icy conditions make you nervous then this camp is for you.

The goal of this camp is to get you skiing rhythmical parallel turns on difficult slopes, ensuring you have 100% control in any terrain including red, black and moguls.

What you’ll learn:

  • 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


Advanced Ski Camp

If you are already a good skier but want to push onto the next level then the advanced camp is for you. It is for skiers who already ski technically well on blue and red trails and control their speed and rhythm on blacks, but who want to ski more challenging terrain with more style.

The primary goals of this camp are to be carving turns on medium slopes, and lay down rhythmical parallel turns in difficult terrain such as black pistes and moguls.

What you’ll learn:

  • Perfecting carving turns of long, medium and short radius

  • Introduction to race carving turns

  • Introduction to moguls

  • Introduction to off-piste


Expert Ski Camp

Already have good technique on all terrain and any snow conditions, but would like to improve? Then the Advanced Plus performance coaching is for you. You should enjoy the challenge of steep and difficult terrain and already be able to ski moguls and black diamond trails with confidence using carved turns.

The goal of the Advance Plus Ski Camp is to perfect your style. To ensure you have a solid race carving technique, that you are fluently skiing moguls and variable conditions off-piste.

What you’ll learn:

  • Perfecting carving turns of long, medium, short radius on any slope

  • Perfecting race carving turns on any slope

  • Perfecting mogul skiing

  • Perfecting off-piste skiing

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What you need to know

  1. Designed specially for skiers searching for big push in their skiing skills, confidence and overall ski technique and performance.
  2. To get the most out of our coaching programs please choose carefully proper lever. Get in touch with us if you have any doubts.
  3. This is a skiing trip and our number one goal is to maximize your time spent on the slope learning. Of course there is always time for après-ski beer.
  4. We want you to worry as less as possible so we are fully available to assist you in all ways possible.

Typical day

Coffee, tea, breakfast, morning yoga, jogging, ... or what ever morning routine you are use to.

6 - 8 am
8.30 - 9 am

Meeting at the slope and doing first warm up runs.

First ski coaching session with some filming.

9.30 am - 12 pm
12 - 1 pm

Time for some lunch, refreshing and fast analysis of those videos.

Second ski coaching session with more focus on one-on-one coaching and sorting out individual mistakes.

1 - 4 pm
4 pm

Après-ski beer / vine. We sort out the plan for next day.

Possibly meeting for communal dinner.

7 - 8 pm
8 - 10 pm

Drinks, bit of party, sleep. But it is only a suggestion ;)

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Shared accommodation in a self-catering apartment will be organized. Of course, feel free to organize something you prefer on your own.


Everyone goes on their own. There are many shops, restaurants, cafeterieas, bars, ... in ski resorts and around so no one will be starving. 


You should bring your personal ski or snowboard equipment and ski or snowboard clothing.

What’s included

  • 5 days ski coaching
  • 5 days ski pass
  • Shared accommodation in self catering apartment


  • Ski / snowboard rentals
  • Travel expenses
  • Skiing/snowboarding insurance
  • Food and drinks
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