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What Level am I?

In order to best prepare for your lesson it is helpful to know what level of skier or snowborder you are so we can place you in an appropriate group. 

Lets find out what level you are.....

What Skiing Level Am I?

Level 1 

You will learn to walk, climb, turn and stop.
Level 2 You can walk, climb, turn and stop. 
You will learn to control speed and direction.
Level 3 You can control speed and direction.
You will learn to control speed with skidded turns.
Level 4 You can control speed with skidded turns.
You will learn to vary turn shapes using a narrow wedge or parallel position.

Level 5

You can vary turn shapes using a narrow wedge or parallel position.
You will learn to ski parallel with pole usage.
Level 6 You can ski parallel with pole usage.
You will learn to make long and short turns and explore easy bumps.

Level 7

You can ski long and short turns and easy bumps.
You will learn to ski all terrain in all conditions.

 

What Snowboard Level Am I?

Level 1 You will learn to skate, climb, sideslip and traverse.
Level 2

You can skate, climb, sideslip and traverse.
You will learn toe and heel side turns.

Level 3

You can do toe and heel side turns.
You will learn to control speed through linked toe and heel side skidded turns.

Level 4

You can control speed through linked toe and heel side skidded turns.
You will learn flexion and extension movements.

Level 5

You can vary turn shape and control speed.
You will learn to carve toe and heel and ride switch.

Level 6

You can carve toe and heel and ride switch.
You will learn to make long and short turns, explore easy bumps and park and pipe elements.
Level 7

You can make long and short turns, ride easy bumps and easy park elements.
You will learn to ride all terrain and difficult park and pipe elements.