Level 1 : You have already skied a bit, you can snowplough and stop on easy slopes (green runs). Introduction to blue slopes.
Level 2 : You start to turn with parallel skis, you know how to sideslip and you are comfortable on blue runs. Introduction to red slopes.
Level 3 : You ski parallel, you are at ease on red runs and improve your skills in short (godille skiing) and long turns. You discover black runs and off-pist skiing.
Level 4 : You are at ease on each run, you are able to carve and have already tried off-pist skiing.
Bear club : You never skied before. You will learn to find your balance and how to turn and stop on easy slopes.
Snowflake : You've skied a bit, you can snowplough and stop on easy slopes. You will learn to improve your turn and gain confidence.
1st star : You can perform snowplough turns on green runs and start to sideslip with your skis parallel at the end of turns.
2nd star : You feel confident on blue slopes and you work on your parallel turns. You will try red runs.
3rd star : You are confident, you master parallel skiing on blue runs and you are able to sideslip on red slopes. You start to improve your skills in short turns.
Bronze star : You ski down in short and long carved turns with limited sideslip. Discovery of black runs and giant slalom courses.
Gold star : You are at ease to ski down all around the ski area and you control your speed in all situation. You discover alpine skiing and the timer.
Freeride and competition : You start to compete and off-pist skiing. You perfect your technique in all styles of skiing.
First timer : You have never snowboarded before.
Level 1 : You can sideslip and turn on both sides (toe side and heel side) on green and blue runs.
Level 2 : You are comfortable on blue runs, you have already ridden fakie (non-dominant foot forward) and tried a 180. Introduction to red slopes and the snowpark.
Level 3 : You are comfortable on red runs and riding fakie. You keep learning flat tricks, snowpark rotations and start to go off-pist.
Level 4 : You are comfortable on black runs and are perfecting your skills introduced in Level 3.
Val Thorens en février 2021
Du 6 février au 6 mars, Ski Cool vous accueille du dimanche au vendredi de 9h30 à 12h et de 13h30 à 17h et le samedi de 11h à 17h. Les tapis Castor et Pollux, Musaraigne et Campagnol situés sur le front de neige sont ouverts aussi. Venez découvrir les joies de la montagne en cette période et profitez des activités que nous proposons pour petits et grands !