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What Are You Doing This New Year?

What Are You Doing This New Year?

October 3, 2017 |  by  |  iSKI Courses

FREE SKIS FOR THE WEEK - SALOMON Q99's We are celebrating New Year in the Alps and you can join us for a full week of wining, dining, and celebrating along with a 5 day All-Terrain Safari packed with amazing skiing experiences.

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Ski Pre-Season

Ski Pre-Season

September 27, 2017 |  by  |  Autumn Skiing, iSKI Courses

Are you serious about improving your skiing? If you are then it may be time to seriously think about some 'out off season' training.

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Could Wales Soon Be Host To the Biggest Indoor Snow Centre in Europe?

Could Wales Soon Be Host To the Biggest Indoor Snow Centre in Europe?

September 26, 2017 |  by  |  All-Terrain, iSKI Courses, Race Training

The image of the Brecon Beacons in the winter may soon be changing with a lot more snow forecasted to arrive. Plans are afoot to build Europe's biggest indoor snow centre in Wales. Good news for snowsport enthusiasts. Rumours have been

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Know Your Ski Level

Know Your Ski Level

Improving skiing is so easy if you are in the right environment. Not too difficult, not too easy, just right. So understanding your level, where you are and where you want to be is really important to progress quickly.

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Different Ski Levels - No Problem

Different Ski Levels – No Problem

September 6, 2017 |  by  |  iSKI Courses

For years my partner and myself have been going skiing together and for years we’ve been coming up with the same problem. I am more adventurous and ski at a higher speed than my partner. We both want to get better, we both love our skiing. Every year we end up with the same scenario. How can we both get what we want out of our skiing but still have a ski holiday together? We’ve always had a lovely time but more often then not our time on the snow fell below expectations. I would persuade my partner to tackle more demanding terrain often leading to bouts of hysteria as to why we ended up perched on the side of a precipice.

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