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Beginner Intermediate Ski Lesson Level-4

Level Four skiers are cautious intermediate skiers who are able to snowplough, linking turns, and stop confidently. These skiers can link turns smoothly keeping constant radius on beginner (green) to intermediate (shown in red within Japan) ski runs with skis sometimes becoming parallel on completion of turns, at moderate speed.

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.

Intermediate Beginner Snowboard Lesson Level-2

Level Two snowboarders are cautious novices who are able to slide turn both ways and can stop on gentle beginner slopes. These snowboarders can link turns but not smoothly. Level two snowboarders will be traversing with stops and then changing direction, or pendulum/side slipping steeper areas, on other green runs.

Advanced Intermediate Ski Lesson Level-6

Level six skiers are confident intermediate skiers who are able to ski parallel turns of varying radius' on intermediate runs. These skiers ski relatively fast and venture of into the powder occassionally on the edge of the runs.  Still not confident enough to ski open trees, or natural powder runs off-piste. Using their poles for timing turns. Learning to carve and steer their skis in turns on piste.

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.

Intermediate Ski Lesson Level-5

Level Five skiers are confident intermediate skiers who are able to ski parallel turns, linking turns, and stop confidently on intermediate runs. These skiers ski relatively fast, but may have difficulty on steeper, icy, or bumpy intermediate runs. May still use a wedge (intermediate stem christie) to initate turns.

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.