Esquí de alpino

Fun and easy to learn with a quick progression from beginner to intermediate level, alpine skiing is also adapted to the carving skis. The carving skis as the word suggests carve a sculptured line in the snow, this is due to the tip and tail of the skis being wider than the rest of the length of ski. Carving skis give you better contact with the snow and easier steering which allows you to turn more precisely and at the same time giving you a higher level of control and sensation of security. Steering with control and confidence gives you a feeling once only reserved for very high level skiers. From the school’s perspective this is this the most popular method of skiing and our instructors will be able to help you get the full benefit from your equipment whichever it may be.

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Check your ski level


This is beginner level, this is your level if you have never skied before or if you have not yet achieved the snow plough (the basic way to stop and turn).


You will be at a B level if you can stop and turn by using the snow plough movement on a beginner slope. You will be able to ski down the mountain with some control.


You will have reached the C level if you can turn and stop with your skis parallel on the slopes considered easy to intermediate (blue and green). You will feel confident skiing down hill.


The skier at D level has a good control of turns in the parallel position and would be progressing onto tighter and shorter turns, using the edge of the ski with ease as well as being able to change ski rhythm when necessary.


The highest ski level is E, this skier is able to ski with ease and confidence on steep slopes including black runs and in snow conditions of all types including moguls. The E level skier can drive his turns with control and change rhythm and adapt to terrain accordingly.

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