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Ski Club Leaders

Ski Club Leaders

Ski Club Leaders are in Jackson Hole from 14 January 2017 to 18 March 2017.

See below for the Ski Club Leaders in Jackson Hole this season.

For more information on our leading service see the Ski Club Leaders section.

 Kim is an excellent ski rep and a joy to ski with and although I have been to this resort many times her knowledge of the area was vast . Kim is an asset to this ski resort and I hope to see her there next year. 

Ski Club Leaders in Jackson Hole

  • Kim Easdale Kim Easdale 14 Jan 2017 to 04 Feb 2017

    I started skiing very young in Australia and the love affair has continued ! I have been lucky enough to ski Europe, Lech/Zurs, St Anton, Kitzbheul, Davos/ Klosters, Verbier, Val,d,Isere, Morzine/Avoriaz and Deux Alpe. I...

  • Sandy Mcgilvray Sandy Mcgilvray 04 Feb 2017 to 25 Feb 2017

    I started skiing quite late, although having decided that I am more than a bit hooked, I have been attempting to make amends every year since. There is not much that beats a good day on the mountains, whether it...

  • Mark Borland Mark Borland 25 Feb 2017 to 18 Mar 2017

    If he's not in the mountains, Mark's probably planning his next trip to them - from the Lake District to the Alps or further afield - leading charity treks, corporate team challenges, or just walking and skiing...

How to find your Ski Club Leader

First day meeting place Sunday mornings at 9.30am. Bottom of the Bridger Gondola
Social hour 4.30 - 5.30pm, Alpenhof Bar & Bistro (Teton Village)
Social hour contact +44 (0) 7540 048 527
Leader's phone number +44 (0) 7540 048 527
For more information +44 (0) 20 8410 3205 or
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The Ski Club Instructor programme is designed to suit you.

When you ski with a Ski Club Instructor you can expect to be with a group of similar ability and share your love of the sport with like-minded people. Each day on the weekly programme is aimed at a different level - early intermediate, intermediate or advanced. This means you get to ski on a day that matches your standard, so you get the most from your skiing.

  • Early intermediate: You can expect to ski on a wide variety of blue and red runs. The pace of the day is varied but the Leader will go at the pace of the slowest skier and there will be a number of pit stops at mountain restaurants.
  • Intermediate: You will be primarily on red runs skiing at a good pace. If conditions are right then there may be the odd black run and, except for on-piste days, possibly a bit of gentle off piste if the snow is good. You need to be reasonably fit, but not that fit!
  • Strong intermediate: You will be skiing at a medium pace on red and black runs, and are likely to be skiing some off-piste runs. You need to be reasonably fit.
  • Advanced/expert: You will quickly progress to black runs, moguls and off piste. If there's some good powder to be had then you may get straight into it. Expect a fast day with not much stopping so you need to be fit enough to keep up.