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Beitostølen Aktiv & Skiskole

Beitostølen Aktiv & Skiskole Photo: Beito Aktiv og Skiskole
Beitostølen Aktiv & Skiskole Photo: Beito Aktiv og Skiskole

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Would you like to be a better skier? Have you forgotten your old tricks – or maybe you haven't experienced the joy of skiing yet? Beitostølen Aktiv og Skiskole will help you reach the next level.

A week course starts on Mondays and lasts for 4-6 days. Minimum 3 participants in each course. One lesson last 90 minutes every day.

SKILL LEVEL
- Beginner (can't use the lift, stop, unsure on skies).
- Some practise (can use the lift alone, stop alone, use the chairlift alone)
- Advanced (wants to use the tracks with the highest level of difficulty)

PAYMENT
Voucher and payment will happen at the ski school. You will recive a ski school ticket with information about times and learning. It is best on Sundays or before 9.00 am the day the lessons starts.

IMPORTANT
Children and adults can not participate in the same group or private lessons because of the difference in age and learning.

IMPORTANT 3-6 years:
There is a demand that the child can be without their mom and dad for 1,5 hours. The lesson is built on playing with or without skies.

GROUP LESSONS
We have these categories:
- 3-4 years
- 5-6 years
- 7-9 years
- 10-13 years
- 14-18 years
- 18 +

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  • Sports Sports
  • Skiing Skiing
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Beitostølen Aktiv & Skiskole

Would you like to be a better skier? Have you forgotten your old tricks – or maybe you haven't experienced the joy of skiing yet? Beitostølen Aktiv og...

Beitostølen Aktiv & Skiskole

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