Mountain Explorer Lesson - Level 8

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Mountain Explorer Lesson Level-8

Level eight snowboarders are confident advanced snowboarders who carve/dynamic turn, on all terrain and in all snow conditions. Level eight snowboarders can snowboard with carving turns on black runs. Level eight snowboarders regularly board off-piste in varying terrain, including open and closed tree runs, in shallow ankle through to waist deep powder, within and outside ski resort boundaries. Learning about backcountry snowboarding and snowboarding outside the resort's boundaries on half-day tours.

 Let NOASC's qualified and experienced multi-lingual instructors pass on their knowledge of snowboarding, while showing you the thrills and excitment of snowboarding. Lesson price includes a V.I.P. pick-up and drop-off service from your accommodation. Very attractive snowboard rental packages are also available for clients with their own snowboard equipment. Lift tickets are not including in the price of the lesson.



Additional Info

  • Why NOASC?:: Some Great reasons below
  • Professional Staff:: Professionally trained and qualified instructors.
  • Extra Skill:: Local Niseko instructors living and working in the outdoor industry all year round.
  • Extra Knowledge:: A mix of local Niseko and foreign Instructors/guides.
  • Flexibility:: All our lessons are planned with flexibility and your desires in mind.
  • Personal Service:: We are not a large Niseko ski school, Niseko Backcountry guiding company.
  • Balanced Class:: Groups of similar abilities and needs.
  • Small No.'s:: We don't believe in quantity, more so quality.
  • Extra Service:: Within the Niseko area we provide a free pick-up and drop-off service.
  • Great Memories:: Photo and video Service of your lesson/tour.
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