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Cairngorm Instructors

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Respect to sarge for posting a vid for comment. Trust me, I won't be doing the same.

Can anyone reccomend a particular instructor on the Cairngorm? I've been boarding for a few of years, with only a couple of hours of tuition at the outset...I dread to think how many bad habits I have...and I also go boarding..

But Sarge's thread has inspired me that I could learn something from good instruction. Any reccomendations from the mountain??

(a commission might be payable, given that there's 5 of us, and reckon we will all take a lesson or two)


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