Nevis Range and Glencoe Ski Lessons
Active’s ski & snowboard school provide ski lessons in Fort William at the Nevis range or Glencoe. Although, we will select the ski centre with the best conditions and weather as well as the most suitable runs to match our clients ability.
Ski Lessons in Fort William at the Nevis Range or Glencoe
Active’s ski & snowboard school provide ski lessons in Fort William at the Nevis range or Glencoe. Although, we will select the ski centre with the best conditions and weather as well as the most suitable runs to match our clients ability. We are the only company offering this level of individualised service. Your day also includes transport to any of these areas. Saving you money and allowing you to relax as we drive you to the slopes. No one else offers this service.
Fully inclusive package:
- Lift passes
- Skis, boots, poles & helmet (if you want or need)
- Full day lesson – meet in the morning get driven to the venue – ski instruction in the morning & afternoon (at least four hours) and then dropped back at the end of the day
- More than 20 years experience in the industry
- Fully qualified instructors
- Open group lessons & private lessons available
- Beginner, intermediate and advanced lessons available, fully inclusive and tailored to you
- Friendly & welcoming instructors + bookings team on hand
- Individuals, families and groups – we cater to all
Ski Length Guide
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N.B. If you’re unsure about your exact shoe size we advise going up a half size.
Skier Type Guide
The skier type guide helps us to ensure we set up your equipment correctly and safely for your day on the slopes. If you never or have very little ski / board experience you will be a type 1.
Type I II III Skis cautiously and prefer skiing at slower speeds. Happy on easy or moderate, Green or Blue slopes.Novice/cautious skiing at lighter release/retention settings. Entry level skiers uncertain of their classification. Skiing more confidently at faster speeds. Preferring mixed terrain and steeper gradients, typically Blue or Red slopes.. Average/moderate skiing at average release/retention settings. Aggressive, higher speed skiing on all runs, in all conditions and venturing off piste. Skiers who designate themselves type 3 must accept higher binding release/retention settings.
*Please note if you are a season pass holder , please contact us before booking. On the day conditions will determine which Ski resort we will visit for the lesson, you may have to purchase the day pass for this resort.
Looking to hire ski equipment instead – take at look at our snowsports hire pages.
Take at look at the photos from ski lessons we have run recently on our Facebook page. That way you can see what the current conditions for ski lessons in Scotland at the Nevis range in Fort William are.