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All Mountain Ski Improvement CourseBanff, Canada - 1-2 Weeks

Ski the Big 3

Three resorts, soft Canadian snow, incredible views and a buzzing mountain town. Our all-mountain camps in Banff are designed for intermediate to expert skiers looking to push their skills across Banff's varied terrain and deep snow. You'll explore Lake Louise, Sunshine Village and Mount Norquay, receive professional coaching four days a week, and enjoy it all with a group of like-minded skiers.


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What to expect



  • Set in a National Park, Banff boasts three world-class ski resorts: Mt Norquay, Sunshine Village and Lake Louise
  • High elevation means consistently awesome snow conditions over a long winter
  • Enjoy a huge variety of terrain for all levels of skier, including amazing freeride possibilities
  • Experience a lively town with great nightlife and restaurants





  • The focus is on developing your all mountain technique across piste, steeps, bumps and powder
  • You’ll be guided to the best terrain based on snow conditions and group vibe
  • Coaching is four days per week and we have a maximum of 6 skiers per coach
  • Groups are arranged based on your ability and goals for the course
  • Video analysis will be used for feedback and development





  • Stay in centrally located accommodation on Banff Avenue
  • We’ll arrange three evening meals as a team per week
  • Delve into Banff’s energetic town and nightlife
  • Explore your incredible surroundings as you experience life in the heart of the Rockies



From skiing across three unique resorts, to the spectacular scenery and incredible powder, your time in Banff will be nothing short of unforgettable. Push yourself in heart-pumping freeride terrain, head cat or heli skiing, and explore the National Park.


You’ll stay in the heart of Banff at the High-Country Inn, just a short walk from all the restaurants and bars. Your ride to the mountain will collect you directly outside the hotel every day.

A Typical Week Here's how a typical week in Banff will go down.
Meet our team at Calgary airport for a 1730 airport transfer departure – it’s a 90-minute drive to Banff. Settle in to your hotel room for an early night.
Head into town if you’re in the market for gear or head straight up to the mountain to get your legs back. Get to know your comrades and enjoy dinner with your coach to discuss your goals.
The first day of coaching. Your coach will be getting their first insight into your skiing and will be giving you constructive feedback to work on. Enjoy an evening meal out in Banff with your group.
Another day, another mountain. Continue your progression from day one but in new surroundings. If we were at Sunshine Village yesterday, chances are we’ll be exploring Lake Louise today.
No coaching, and an opportunity to go free skiing at your favourite hill or take the day off and relax in the natural hot springs. There’s also the opportunity to go cat skiing at Fortress Mountain.
Skills are being consolidated and you’re approaching terrain with newfound confidence. The week is going so fast – those staying for one week are envious of those that sticking around for two.
We’ll cover as much terrain as we can. We’ll use video analysis to compare your skiing from the start of the program – massive progression achieved.
Dates & Prices

What's Included

Coaching +

You'll receive 20 hours coaching per week. Our full day coaching sessions are Mon, Tue, Thu and Fri, with Wednesdays and the weekends for free skiing, consolidating what you've learnt and other activities. The maximum group size is 6 people per pro.

Accommodation +

You'll stay in the High Country in for the duration of your course.

Daily Breakfasts +

You'll be treated to a continental breakfast seven days per week.

Lift Pass +

You'll be given a lift pass for the duration of your course.

Airport Transfers & Resort Transport +

If you arrive with the group flight (or land before), you can join the Nonstop transfer to the resort. All your transport within the resort is taken care of, just don't forget your gear.

24 Hour Hosting +

Your host will ensure your course runs smoothly. They'll be on hand 24/7 for a chat, laugh, or to solve any problems.

Video Analysis +

Throughout the program our coaches will make the most of technical video analysis to help with your development.

Not Included +

These things are not included in the package:

Dinners +
The cost of dinners is not included but on three nights per week we'll arrange a group meal to ensure we all get together to enjoy some of Banff's great restaurants.
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What time are the airport transfers? +

We offer airport transfers from Calgary airport. You’ll be met in the International Arrivals Hall by your course host; our planned departure time is 1730. On the return trip to Banff, we will drop you off at the airport by 1530. It’s a 90-minute drive. 

Can I book a twin room even if I am coming alone? +

Absolutely! The majority of our clients come alone but sharing a room is a great way to save money; we pair likeminded people together based upon responses to a questionnaire you’ll complete prior to arrival.

What’s the deal with meals? +

Breakfasts are included and served seven days per week at the hotel restaurant. Lunches are not included & participants will generally buy lunch on the mountain. Dinners are not included but three nights a week our host will arrange a group reservation at a restaurant so that we can all enjoy evenings as a group. On the other evening’s you’re free to make your own plans but usually participants will eat together at one of Banff’s many great restaurants or pubs.

How are the ski groups arranged? +

We plan for ski groups of six skiers to one instructor (max. class size is 7 but it’s extremely rare to have 7 in a group); we arrange these groups according to your experience & goals for the course.

Who will be on the course? +

This course is suitable for skiers who consider themselves early intermediates right through to experts. The average age of participants on our short courses is 42, which is often older than people had expected!

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