I went on a three hour snowboarding lesson here today, equipment was plentiful as decent. Staff were friendly and helpful, told you what you need to know, were on hand if you needed support, but let you get on with it. By the end of the first three hours I was having great fun going down the slope. A few things to keep in mind... If doing snowboarding your day is essentially learning to stop, which is key. Sliding down a slope is easy (genuinely, I did it within my first session) but controlling/stopping is harder. Because the first couple of hours are essentially standing on your toe or heel end there is a lot of leg work. Be prepared to feel the burn in your calf and quad muscles. Take a change of clothes, even if you don’t think you’ll fall over, you probably will, and even if you don’t, you’ll likely spend time sitting on your bum... I wore 2 pairs of joggers and my inner pair of joggers had massive wet patches. Finally, be prepared to write off the rest of your day (especially if you do it on a morning when the clocks go forward!!), got home absolutely shattered!!
Any Ski Lift evacuation lessons thrown in?
The place is too run down
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My Dad asked me what i wanted for my birthday back in January and I said I'd love a couple snowboard lessons. His reply was you got no friends to go with so won't get you that.