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Aims and content

The students are grouped according to levels, based on the number of years they have been doing freeriding.


  • To create a pleasant, optimal atmosphere for students to feel comfortable and motivated for the new season.
  • To acquire the necessary technical knowledge to enjoy freeriding safely and independently.
  • To learn to read the ground.
  • To take and perfect turns on a gradient.
  • To start and/or improve acrobatics (jumps, backflips, etc.).
  • To learn to assess risk, whether alone or in a group.
  • To trust and respect the group leader on a descent.
  • To become familiar with and understand the safety equipment (shovel, arva, probe).
  • Respect for team members and the trainer, as well as for the mountain environment.


Communication and collaboration between all members of the group.

  • Active participation within the group and tolerance of other team members.


Understanding of the environment.

  • Mountain conditions, weather conditions and their impact on the snow.
  • Characteristics and types of snow.
  • Types of avalanche and their characteristics. How to act and rescue techniques.


Advanced-level technique for skiing on slopes.

  • Performance of exercises to improve each technical element.
  • Performance of additional exercises applied to each technical aspect in the different phases of turning.
  • Control of speed.


Technique for skiing off-slope: exercises and practice on untouched snow.

  • Working on the three phases for safe freeride turning.
  • Navigating and improving on a gradient.
  • Jumping and speed as a safety measure.
  • Orientation and anticipation with the freeride skier flexing/extending.


How to prepare for a descent.

  • Safe descents and exposed areas.
  • Assessment of the difficulties and escape routes.


Assessment of the descent.

  • Descent lines.
  • Assessment of personal skills and the group’s skills.
  • Risk assessment.
  • Advance safety protocols.


Recordings and corrections on different descents.

  • Video correction for correcting errors on descents.


Working on different acrobatics on the slope, on Peretol, or on the 360º.

  • Starting and/or improving the backflip.
  • Jumping from rocks and controlling it.


Visiting some of the resort’s departments to find out how the mountain is made safe.

  • Depending on availability, opportunity to see how the PIDA (Avalanche Intervention Plan) is created. 
  • Finding out about the weather forecast reports.