Alpine Skiing Course
Our alpine skiing courses cater for people at all levels of ability and experience. We aim to promote this fantastic sport and give you a first class experience whether you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced. Our instructors are all BASI/ Snowsport Scotland qualified coaches who will help you reach your full potential in this fantastic sport.
Before choosing a course, have a look at the table below to identify which course best suits your needs.
Equipment and Kit Information
Ancrum Centre will provide you with all equipment required when booking on any of our Ski courses. This includes skis, boots, poles, helmet and a full clothing set which includes ski jacket, salopettes, goggles and gloves. Customers are very welcome to use their own equipment and our staff are on hand to give you advice on suitability where required.
We do provide a ski/board repair service at the Centre if you want to get your equipment checked over by one of our highly qualified Ski Technicians. More details can be found at servicing section http://www.ancrum.com/ski-and-snowboard-servicing-pricing-structure.
We recommend that you wear a couple of thin base layer tops and leggings/ joggers, light weight outdoor trousers. Please do not wear jeans as they become very restrictive when wet and cold.
Transport / Travel / Daily Schedule
Our courses include return transport from Ancrum Centre to Glenshee in one of our fleet minibuses. Customers should arrive at Ancrum Centre for 8am for an expected arrival at the Ski resort for 10.00am. When you arrive at the Ski Centre, your instructor will issue kit to everyone and the group will make their way to ticket office where day tickets will be purchased and any toilet stop can be made prior to lesson. The lesson with your instructor will be for up to 3 hrs which will take you up to lunch time at around 1pm. You will then have a free ski time to do what you want for the afternoon period. All participants must return to the minibus for 3.45pm at the latest for departure and return to Ancrum Centre for around 5pm. The times outlined are our normal operating guidelines but may change depending on unforeseen circumstances.