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Small groups to start going on adventures on blue terrain, exploring, having fu and learning lots!

Our junior program is available during UK school holiday weeks. Children of all levels learn well with constant encouragement and reassurance. For this reason all our junior courses for children of 7yrs and older run for 5 consecutive days. Sessions are 2hrs long as the optimum learning for youngsters leaving plenty of time to ski as a family during the day.

All courses will have an element of freestyle and fun relevant to the level.

Age is important to our younger skiers so we make sure that there will usually be a maximum age range of 4yrs in any junior group. Most of our groups are open to children from 7yrs old however, we will run younger groups with a smaller age range whenever possible.

 

Blue 1

For Children who have skied for one or two weeks on average and can manage blue slopes using snowplough turns. They may have just started to bring the skis towards parallel at the very end of the turn.

Skiers holding the level 3 Snowlife award will join the blue 1 level.

This course will help you build confidence on blue runs and introduce parallel skiing skills. Expect to move onto easy red runs during the week.

 

Blue 2

For Children who have skied two weeks or more on average and are confident on all blue runs and easy red runs. Nearly parallel but will use a bit of snowplough to start turns when the conditions get tricky. They should be able to side slip comfortably.

Skiers holding the level 4 Snowlife award will join the blue 2 level.

This course will help you build confidence on blue and red runs and develop parallel skiing. Expect to explore more red runs during the week.

 

 

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Format : 5 days
x 2 hours
Price: 
£225.00
Course Type: 
Junior
Resort: 
BASS Les Gets

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