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Ski Improvement Programs - 2/3 weeks suggestions for North America

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
G'Day All

I am keen to do a two or three week ski improvement course in North America over Feb or March.

I was going to do one with Mike Dempsey in Whistler but he is booked out.

Does anyone have any other suggestions for similar programs in the US or Canada. Most of the US specialist programs
tend to only run a three/four days that I could find. But I suspect there are others I could not find - obviously the easy
way to do things is to find one that includes accom.

I am travelling from Australia - so doing the two / three week thing is the economical way to do things.

Great site


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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
My wife has done a couple and I am revuiewing options now for the same thing. We have many instructor friends in Canada who have offered advice as well. We have whittled it down to packages offered by Yes and NonStop. Both can be bought as full trip packages from Can be AUS or NZ centric and customised to your needs. I haven't been able to do it for less no matter how hard I try. My current favorite idea is 1wk Whistler then 2wks with nonStop in Fernie including a couple of days CAT skiing. But the cheaper option is either 3wks Whistler/Yes or 3 wks Fernie/NonStop. Of interest is also the Ski Quest 1wk Red and 1 Wk Revelstoke. I've skied all these places from NZ and for skiing it's Revelstoke without question but for a full package it's Whistler or Fernie.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Rhapsodie, I am sure 5 years after posting his question he is delighted with your answer. Call me a cynic (among other things) but do you run the company you mention in your post?
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Nothing in my view shows me the date of the posts. But thought I'd respond anyway to show other inetrested parties what I have found out. And no, I have nothing to do with any commercial operations, directly or indirectly.
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