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Whistler MAX4 lessons

post #1 of 5
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Hey everyone.

 

I've booked a week at Whistler for the Presidents week and after many years improving my skiing in a "just point them down the mountain and see what happens" sorta way, have decided to book some ski lessons.

 

We've (thats my wife and I) booked three days with the MAX4 group lessons and wondered if anyone has any experience of them?  We're level 5 skiers (according to the Whistler description) and have skied everything from single blacks in the East to back country in Utah and Europe.  We're really looking to improve our technique more than anything, especially in powder and glades - although I'd love to get my bump skiing to a better level.

 

Interested in hearing peoples views.

 

All the best.

post #2 of 5
My advice, go to hawaii and take surf lessons instead... they keeps sending us their weather. Good conditions for powder and glades have been rare but with a little luck with a turn to more typical snow conditions I'm sure the instructors will take you to the best terrain on any given day dependin on how hard you want to ski or challenge yourself.
post #3 of 5
The Max 4 lessons are great and lessons are a great way to skip the inevitable lines at W-B. Fingers crossed you'll be able to ski powder and glades...
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Originally Posted by Christy319 View Post

The Max 4 lessons are great and lessons are a great way to skip the inevitable lines at W-B. Fingers crossed you'll be able to ski powder and glades...

Fingers crossed, indeed!   Hey, the way I look at it is this.  Even if conditions arent great, and the lines are long.  I'm going to have three days with someone who is going to know the best the mountain has to offer.

post #5 of 5

I did The Camp last year and thought it was great.  I don't know about the Max4 lessons.  My kids did the Adventure Camp and they really improved.  I felt the same way about The Camp.

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