First day beginners or have completed a few hours on dry/indoor in the UK. read more...
Managed linked turns on green & blue runs, happier one edge than the other. read more...
Happy on blues & reds, want to hone skills on varying terrain. read more...
All mountain riders, freeride and freestyle, pimp your ride! read more...
Alliance kids - find out more about lessons specifically for kids. read more...



FS Level 1 - read more...
Intro to freestyle, from either no experience at all or very little, we'll focus on flatland first, teaching you to pop, press & spin off each foot. We'll take it to the park on Green & Blue features with straight airs and grabs. If you are up for it we can teach you little spins too. We like to think of the mountain as one big playground using natural features as if it were a terrain park. We'll teach you the art of jibbing to make you stand out from the rest!
FS Level 2 - read more...
You've spent some time in the park before, you are comfortable on the green and blue features and now you'd like to up the anti by pushing your technical level. This course will start with advanced flatland tricks which are limitless combinations of pop, press & spin; opening the door to advanced flatland tricks like butters & press combos. In the park we'll start with blue features straight airs, grabs & spins, then take it to the reds & blacks for those who dare!
FR Level 1 - read more...
This is for those of you who have never been off piste, or just had a little go. In powder, we'll be riding the equivalent gradient of blue or easy red pistes. Mostly accessible by riding but we'll make the odd short hike. A reasonable fitness level is required, and you must be able to comfortably ride up to red pistes.
FR Level 2 - read more...
You've learnt to ride powder, and you're happy cutting in and out between pistes, making turns up to the equivalent gradient of easy reds. Off piste, we'll begin with easy access (ride in or traverse) then building up to the steep and deep challenging stuff as the course progresses. To hike to the secluded spots, you must have a good fitness level, and you must be able to comfortably ride all colour pistes.
BASI Level 1 - read more...
Completed your level 1 BASI qualification and training for level 2, or re-sitting your level 1.
BASI Level 2 - read more...
Completed your level 2 BASI qualifications and training for level 3, or re-sitting a component of level 2.
AG Level 1 - read more...
From either no freestyle experience at all or very little, we'll focus on flatland first, teaching you to pop, press & spin off each foot. We'll take it to the park on Green & Blue features with straight airs and grabs. If you up for it we can teach you little spins too. Using natural features as if it were a terrain park, we'll teach you the art of jibbing the whole mountain to make you stand out from the rest! For those of you who have never been off piste, or just had a little go. In powder, we'll be riding the equivalent gradient of blue pistes. Mostly accessible by riding but we'll make the odd short hike. A reasonable fitness level is required, and you must be able to comfortably ride up to easy red pistes.
AG Level 2 - read more...
You've spent some time in the park before, you are comfortable on the green features and you've touched on blues. This course will start with advanced flatland tricks, which are limitless combinations of press, pop & spin; like butters & press combos. In the park we'll start back on the green features with straight airs, grabs & spins, then take it to the blues & reds for those who dare! You've learnt to ride powder, and you're happy cutting in and out between pistes, making turns up to the equivalent gradient of gentle blues. Off piste, we'll begin with easy access (ride in or traverse) then building up to more challenging stuff as the course progresses. To hike to the secluded spots, you must have a good fitness level. Also, you must be able to comfortably ride up to red pistes, and have ventured on to black pistes.