We choose these resorts for a reason. They are all different in what they have to offer.

Each with different attributes. All providing a unique experience and where possible have slopeside accommodation. Our relationship with our resort partners have only solidified during these last couple of years. As a result we have both gone from strength to strength.

Their attention to safety without compromising on the experience have impressed us. Continually proving to us that we have made a great decision in supporting these stunning venues.

Canada

Sun Peaks

With three mountains leading into the resort, champagne powder, and over 4000 acres of terrain to explore for all abilities, Sun Peaks is an exceptional mountain. Factor in ski-in/ski-out accommodation ensures its reputation as one of British Columbia’s – and Canada’s – premier snow destinations.

  • Season – November to April
  • 4,270 acres of skiable terrain
  • Average snowfall 600 cms
  • Varied Alpine terrain
Canada

Panorama

Panorama is a hidden gem of a resort – an Alpine-style, ski-in-ski-out hideaway, nestled deep in British Columbia’s Purcell mountains. Panorama has a village feel, but it’s far from sleepy.

  • Season – December to April
  • 2,975 acres of terrain
  • Average snowfall 479 cms
  • Varied Alpine terrain
Canada

Hidden Valley

A small, unique community resort next to Elkwater and close to the city of Medicine Hat. Nestled in the Cypress Hills provincial park, the resort is currently operated by Alberta Parks and enjoys a compressed season, typically operating mid-December to mid-March. A compact and friendly instructor training paradise!

  • Season – December to March
  • Mini Park
Switzerland

Verbier

Verbier and The 4 Valleys ski area provide over 400km of piste all on your one ski pass. Verbier is the perfect place for training to be a ski instructor, with runs for all abilities. Looking to explore the mountain? Verbier is famous for legendary off-piste runs and is a great place to improve free ride and powder skiing.

  • Season – November to April
  • 400km of terrain
  • Average snowfall 550 cms
  • Incredible world famous off piste!
New Zealand

Queenstown

Queenstown is ideally placed for you to explore the snow fields of the southern hemisphere. A short drive from The Remarkables and Coronet Peak you will be spoiled for choice. From expertly groomed runs, to steeps, deeps, chutes and roller coaster terrain and parks, you will not be disappointed!

  • Season – June to October
  • 500 acres of terrain
  • Average snowfall 2.9m
  • World class parks and pipes

I chose this company out of the other large scale instructor company’s operating in Canada because they are a smaller scale and therefore more caring and attentive of their customers needs and aspirations.

Keelan Dycer