1 Day 2 Day
£260 £500
INCLUDES – Ski Shuttle + 4hr instruction, Equipment & Lift Pass

 

£260.00

Private Ski Lesson

At Active we have the unique ability to operate our snow sports lessons at Cairngorm, The Lecht or Nevis Range. We select the best conditions and the areas most suited to the particular client or groups ability. We offer transport to all of the areas and so there is no impact on you. No one else offers this service in Aviemore.

NB: If you are uncertain about your exact shoe size we advise that you go up a half size as boot volume can be easily reduced.

 

Ski Length Guide

Weight KG ►
Height CM ▼
<49 50-59 60-69 80-89 90-95 95+
<152
115-130
125-140
130-145
135-150
140-155
145-160
154-168
135-150
145-155
150-160
155-165
160-170
165-175
168-195+
150-160
155-165
160-170
165-175
170-180
175-185

Skier Type Guide

Type I Type II Type III
Novice/cautious skiing at lighter release/retention settings. Skiers who designate themselves “I” must accept a narrower margin of retention in order to gain a wider mar-gin of release. Average/moderate skiing at average release/retention settings. Skiers who designate themselves “II” must accept a balanced compro-mise between release and re-tention. Aggressive, higher speed skiing at higher release/retention settings. Skiers who designate themselves “III” must accept a narrower mar-gin of release in order to gain a wider margin of retention.

Ski conservatively Prefer slower speeds

Prefer easy, moderate slopes

Favour lower than average release/retention settings.

This corresponds to an in-creased risk of inadvertent binding release in order to gain increased releasability in a fall.

Entry level skiers uncertain of their classification

Ski moderately

Prefer a variety of speeds

Ski on a varied terrain in-cluding most difficult trails

All skiers who do not meet all the descriptions of either type I or type III

Ski aggressively

Normally ski at high speeds

Prefer steeper and more challenging terrain

Favour higher than average release/retention settings. This corresponds to a de-creased risk of inadvertent binding release in order to gain decreased risk of inad-vertent binding release.

 

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