Ski & Snowboard
Skier Ability LevelsDetermine which ability level most describes your skiing style
Level 1: You have never skied before.
Level 2: You can ski in a cautious wedge.
Level 3: You can make round turns with confidence on green terrain.
Level 4: Links turns with speed control and brings skis together parallel at the end of the turn on green and easier blue runs.
Level 5: Confident on green and easy blue runs. You ski mostly parallel but may wedge or step to start the turns.
Level 6: Use a parallel stance on smooth blue runs and are testing your skills on varied terrain and snow conditions.
Level 7: You ski with controlled parallel turns, maintaining rhythm and speed control on groomed black runs.
Level 8: You ski with good technique on all terrain and snow conditions, using carved short radius turns.
Snowboard Ability LEvelsDetermine which ability level most describes your snowboarding style
Level 1: You have never snowboarded before.
Level 2: You can side slip on toe or heel, sliding left and right.
Level 3: You are able to slide left and right in control on both edges or complete an independent heel and toe turn on green terrain.
Level 4: You are able to complete a linked toe and heel turn on gentle green terrain and looking toward easy blue runs.
Level 5: You are able to complete linked turns on toe and heel side on green and blue runs.
Level 6: You are able to complete linked turns with minimal traverse comfortably on all blue terrain and easy black runs.
Level 7: You are able to link turns with rhythm and flow on difficult blue and most black runs.
Level 8: Join your instructors to make turns of any kind, anywhere, anytime all over the mountain and in all snow conditions, taking your riding to the highest Level.