If you are about to embark on a Gap Year learning to become a ski instructor or if you are also looking to spend a few weeks of your holiday on snow this winter, then some of the below tips from Harry Steel (Altitude Futures Coach & Altitude Ski Instructor) could be very helpful. . . Ski Fitness Advice
This year we’re very excited to be introducing a brand new Gap course to sit alongside our existing courses.
Adaptive Course – by level 3 ISIA student Killian Recently, I completed my Level 1 Adaptive Course. In order to complete ISIA Level 3 one must have a second discipline. This can be in a number of different fields: snowboarding, telemarking, nordic or as I chose, adaptive. Adaptive skiing uses special equipment to give those with
Snow in Verbier – An update from Killian who is currently working, training and living in Verbier. Well isn’t all this snow lovely. The short answer is yes, but here is some information to be aware of. Hopefully we can make it as clear and concise as possible so that you can enjoy the snow
Get to know our 2017 Verbier Gap Coaching Team This winter the Altitude Futures Gap course in Verbier is proud to announce the following coaching team. To help you get to know them we asked each of them to describe their fellow colleagues. Well this is what they had to say… Ross BASI 4 +