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It may be necessary for The Ski Club to cancel a session due to insufficient numbers. If this happens, we will inform you on the Friday prior to the booked session and process a full refund.
Please remember that you are taking part in a group holiday, and whilst we make every effort to ensure that the group is of a similar standard or level of experience, you may ski in a group with different levels of competence, experience or priorities. Our Instructors will, where possible take into account the needs and requests of the group, however it is not always possible to accommodate the specific wishes of each member. It is expected that members will understand and respect the wishes of the group.
It may be necessary to cancel, curtail, change the days & times, or the type of skiing for each session to take into account local weather conditions. Any changes in day or time to the programme shall be communicated to the participants at social hours or by the phone number provided at the time of booking. If you are unable to attend a session which has been rescheduled to an alternative day or time, a full refund will be provided.
Refunds will only be given in the event that the session is cancelled by the Ski Club or Evolution2, subject to the terms.
It is your responsibility to ensure that you are at the designated meeting point at the correct time, equipped for the day’s skiing. If you are unsure about the meeting point see the Instructor at the social hour or call the local number provided. If you are not at the meeting point on time and miss the group departure, no refunds will be given and your place may be made available to other members.
It is your sole responsibility to ensure that you are suitably insured for the activities intended to be undertaken.
You must accept that mountain guides and ski instructors have the right to prevent you from participating in any programme organised by the Ski Club if, in their reasonable opinion, you cannot participate safely because your standard of skiing or fitness is inadequate, or your conduct may present a danger to others. Neither the Ski Club of Great Britain nor Evolution2, or their partners, have any liability to you in these circumstances.
Skiing will be planned based on the advertised programme. It is your responsibility to ensure that you are booked on a session which is appropriate for your ski standard and level of experience. Skiing, snowboarding and other winter sports can be dangerous. When skiing off piste or ski touring there may be an element of increased risk. You must be competent and fit enough to undertake these sports and you must take all reasonable precautions for your own safety and the safety of any children for whom you are responsible. You must ensure that your equipment is in good working order and that you are suitably clothed for a day’s skiing or snowboarding. Children should wear proper helmets at all times when they are participating in winter sports. When venturing off piste it is compulsory to wear an avalanche transceiver. These can be provided for and should be worn by every person. It is also compulsory to carry an avalanche shovel and probe. When you are skiing under the guidance of a professional mountain guide or ski instructor organised through the Ski Club you should follow their reasonable instructions. In the event that you feel that any route is beyond your capability to ski safely, you must inform the mountain guide or ski instructor immediately.