Our aim in the ski courses

The theme running throughout our ski courses is very simple but vitally important, if you are to get the most out of your precious time on skis. To be able to achieve your goals, you should first understand what creates good skiing - the fundamentals of effective technique which will, with practice, enable you to ski in places you had only just dreamed of. Our aim is to help you to do just that.

Ali Ross Skiing Clinics started as a system independent of national ski schools' approaches to teaching. Ali's idea that holiday skiers should learn to use the side-cut of the ski to make effective turns, if they were to make real and lasting progress, was regarded as heretical by traditionalists. They claimed that, "Such techniques are only for racers." Even today, some trainers and ski schools continue to believe this and 'carving' is still seen as a niche, not a mainstream part of teaching.

Now, modern ski design with its exaggerated side-cut, has caught up with Ali's idea that carving should be the norm, rather than the exception, for recreational skiers. They can, as a result, learn to use the edges of the skis more easily and effectively. Our pupils have shown consistently that they can use the same technique as the racers, albeit at their own speeds and skill levels. In doing so, they discover that their skiing horizons have widened immeasurably. They can ski better than they ever imagined, whether on-piste or far away from the beaten tracks.

Ali Ross's immense contribution to this technical revolution has been recognised by the award given to him by the Ski Club of Great Britain - the prestigious Pery Medal - for 'notably advancing the technique of skiing'. This award is, in the words of the Sunday Times, "the skiing equivalent of an Oscar."

Join us on one of our ski courses and prove that you really can leave the plateau behind.

For your skiing breakthrough, join the award-winning Ali Ross ... the guru of modern skiing

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