Am I a good enough skier to join the guiding?

2017-09-13T11:54:05+01:00

You must be able to ski red runs confidently and independently and get down the occasional black run safely to participate in the guiding.  Usually this would mean that you have skied for more than 3 weeks beforehand and have skied red and black runs by yourself in the past.  As the guide is there [...]

Am I a good enough skier to join the guiding?2017-09-13T11:54:05+01:00

Does the ski guide take us off piste?

2017-09-13T11:54:32+01:00

The aim of the guided skiing is to enable everyone to have a social day out together on piste. There is no off-piste skiing involved in this package. If you are tempted to go off piste, then as long as you let the guide know that you are leaving the group, you can go and [...]

Does the ski guide take us off piste?2017-09-13T11:54:32+01:00

What can we expect from our guide?

2016-12-14T10:44:08+00:00

Your guide is there to arrange getting to the skiing, a plan for the day with meeting points for coffee and lunch and some company for people skiing at an average pace for the group. The purpose of the guiding is to provide company, so there will always be faster and slower skiers in the group [...]

What can we expect from our guide?2016-12-14T10:44:08+00:00

Can our guide help our ski technique during the guided days out?

2017-09-13T11:32:45+01:00

Although our guides are qualified instructors and are happy to offer suggestions and tips to help your skiing while riding the ski lifts, they do not teach on the Guided Days Out. If you would like ski lessons, then please add instruction as an extra to your package. It is possible to add a Refresher [...]

Can our guide help our ski technique during the guided days out?2017-09-13T11:32:45+01:00

I am unsure whether I am at the level to join the guiding, what should I book?

2017-09-13T10:18:06+01:00

If you are a less experienced skier and unsure whether you will be at the level to join the ski guiding, book the intermediate ski lesson option.  That way, your instructor will be able to advise you as to whether you are at the level needed.  If you are, it may be possible to join [...]

I am unsure whether I am at the level to join the guiding, what should I book?2017-09-13T10:18:06+01:00

What happens if I can’t keep up with the group because of my fitness?

2017-09-13T09:13:47+01:00

If you are able to ski the red runs confidently, but find that you get tired quicker than the rest of the group, you can arrange with your guide to take additional coffee stops or a longer lunch break and meet up with the rest of the group later. Some days this may be difficult [...]

What happens if I can’t keep up with the group because of my fitness?2017-09-13T09:13:47+01:00

What if the guide decides my skiing is not to the required level?

2016-12-14T10:41:25+00:00

Skiers who, in the guide's opinion, can not ski to the required level will be refused a place on the guiding for the rest of the week. Usually skiers who are not able to participate in the guiding due to their lack of skiing experience are offered the opportunity to take ski lessons, for which there [...]

What if the guide decides my skiing is not to the required level?2016-12-14T10:41:25+00:00

What if I want to ski faster than the group?

2016-12-14T10:39:21+00:00

Skiers who want to ski faster than the average pace for the group can arrange with the guide to ski away from the group and meet back at one of the meeting points during the day for a social lunch or coffee stop. As long as you let the guide know before you leave the group, [...]

What if I want to ski faster than the group?2016-12-14T10:39:21+00:00

Redpoint Holidays Ltd.

Trinity Hall, LLangollen Road, Acrefair, LL14 3SF, UK

Phone: 0044 (0) 1978 812844

Web: www.redpoint.co.uk

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