Ski Level Finder
This simple level finder can help you choose the right ski course for your skiing level.
Important note: Before joining our ski courses, please ensure you are at the minimum level for the course. Please also take general fitness & age into consideration.
Please feel free to contact us for further help to find your level.
Level 1 – Beginner
You have never skied before or you are snowplough turning on green runs only. We would recommend some private coaching to get you to the intermediate level.
Level 2 – Low intermediate
You are skiing on blue runs and turning parallel controlling a steady speed and direction by making skiddy parrallel turns. You are not quite ready for our intermediate all mountain ski courses. We would recommend some private coaching to get you to the next level.
Level 3 – Intermediate
You are skiing confidentley on red runs with good parallel turns. You know how to tilt your skis onto their edges and enjoy going a little faster. You can control your speed and direction pretty well on most pistes. You now feel ready to start skiing some steeper black pistes and some of the easier off piste descents. Our intermediate ski courses are just what you need.
Level 4 – High intermediate
You can comfortably ski all red runs & some black runs with no problems if the conditions are ok. You are now looking forward to try some easy off piste routes, steeper slopes and maybe some bumps that are not too big! Our intermediate ski courses are just what you need.
Level 5 – Advanced
You can ski all pistes with no problems including steep black runs. You can also ski off piste using parallel turns in the fall-line with reasonable control of your direction and speed. You may still be finding steep and deep snow a little difficult. You are now looking forward to feeling more comfortable off piste and learning techniques for more challenging snow types and terrain. Our advanced ski courses are just what you need.
Level 6 – Advanced All Mountain
You can ski all pistes with no problems including steep, icy black runs. You can also ski off piste and can ski most off -piste snow conditions and terrain including powder. You may still be finding it hard in certain difficult snow types, like windblown snow or very deep powder, or when it’s steeper with bumps. You feel the need to consolidate and improve your all round skiing skills. Our advanced level ski courses are just what you need.
Level 7 – Expert Rider
You are pretty good now! You can ski comfortably off piste in deep powder or on icy slopes including steep slopes and big bumps. You have fun all over the mountain. You might even get cheers from chairlifts. You may also be a trainee ski instructor or a recreational hotshot. Our expert ski courses are just what you need.
Level 8 – Expert Pro
The mountain is your playground. Skiing is your passion. You ski with control, versatility and expression in all conditions and terrain. You are a recreational hot shot, skiing competitor or mountain professional seeking to challenge your self. You still want to improve and enjoy the daily challenges the mountain has to offer. Our expert ski courses are just what you need.