We know it’s not always easy to determine your child’s ski level, yet it’s really important to ensure your child is in the right group. Find your child’s ski level with our handy guide and videos to help place them in the right group. The levels describe what level your child is currently at and what they can already do, not what they’ll be learning in the lessons.

Then, once you’ve determined the right level see what children’s lessons or teen lessons we can offer.

  • Whippersnappers (4-5yrs)

    This is my first time. Video

  • Wallabies (6-12yrs)

    This is my first time. Video

  • Young Arrows (5-7yrs)

    I can already take lifts (drag/chair) and ski green runs doing good plough turns. Video

  • Arrows (6-12yrs)

    Young Arrows standard but 6-12yrs only. Video

  • Bombers (6-12yrs)

    I can happily bomb down blue runs but my skis aren’t always parallel. Video

  • Rockets (8-13yrs)

    I can already ski parallel turns down red slopes. Video

  • Freeride (10-13yrs)

    I am a strong parallel skier that can ski on all pistes without any trouble. Video

  • Pro Rider (13-17yrs)

    I’m happy skiing everywhere parallel, and in varying conditions on or off-piste, steep or bumpy.

Still not sure? Scroll down to view our children’s level guide videos, as well as a further description of each level.