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Does anyone have an recommendations for a ski instructor at Alta. My level is advanced intermediate and I want to focus on off-piste terrain with a private lesson. Going in mid-march
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This thread was moved from the snowboarding forum because, well - how do I put this gently? Ah, we don't talk about ski instruction in the snowboarding forum.

 

Scott Mathers would be a good choice if you could book him.

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Oops. Sorry man. I saw instruction and dove in. And at Alta on top of that!!
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No worries. It was kind of ironic though.

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Originally Posted by Kardinal View Post

Does anyone have an recommendations for a ski instructor at Alta. My level is advanced intermediate and I want to focus on off-piste terrain with a private lesson. Going in mid-march

Check out this related thread:

http://www.epicski.com/t/67563/alta-ski-instructors-for-advanced-lessons

 

Arthur Haskell is a Level III instructor who was recommended to me by my local ski shop owner.  Art spends the winters at Alta, but is a resident of NC.  Based on my experience in recent years with several Level III instructors is assorted places, having a lesson from a Level III instructor is well worth the time and money at any ability level.

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Tom Cadora good with all levels

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Even if you can't get Scott Mathers, talk to him. Share what you want, your thouhts and concerns.
He can steer you in the right direction. He's one of their trainers and a former demo team member. Great guy, fun to ski with. I try to look him up when ever I'm in Alta.
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