Snowboard

All about snowboarding and powder
29
October 2016

My snowboard level

Beginner Level 1

You have never been on a board before, you have a few days of riding experience or you want to start all over again. We start with the basic skills and make sure you build confidence, have fun and you can make some turns.

Beginner Level 2

You have some experience and you have better control over your board, being able to slide on both edges and making some turns, but having difficulty linking them from one side to the other.

Intermediate level 3

You can make turns, regularly linking them to the other, you have good control and a more solid balance, mostly on blue and sometimes red slopes. You want to improve your riding, make it look easier, and start exploring the mountain and offpistes.

Advance level 4

You can say you are a good rider, you are confidently riding all slopes and off-pistes with balance and control, no matter the terrain nor conditions. You also do some basic freestyle tricks and understand the dynamics of coordination.

Expert level 5

With your experience, you know your limits and you know where you want to go. Fine-tuning your skills with expert coaching, whether in the park or in the backcountry, can be just what you need to push your limits.

 

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