Telemark Private Lesson
Duration: 1 day (6 hours)
1-2 persons CHF 400
Extra person CHF 20
Duration: Half day (3 hours)
1-2 Persons CHF 300
Extra Person CHF 20
Why to choose Ride and Smile:
- Ski instructors trained to attend to everyone’s individual needs
- No surcharge for families – one ski instructor for the whole family
- Comprehensive advice on all activities around Davos Klosters to guarantee the best winter holidays
CHF300.00 – CHF400.00
Telemark Skiing in Davos Klosters
Telemark skiing has been experiencing a real renaissance for some time. More and more winter sports enthusiasts are being inspired by this fascinating variant of skiing. This versatile downhill skiing technique originally comes from Norway. The special thing about it: Unlike in alpine skiing, only the tips of the ski boots are fixed. The rider kneels over the mountain ski while lifting the heel of the back foot and pushing the downhill ski forward. As a result, telemark skiing appears soft and floating.
Let one of our trained telemark skiing instructors from Ride and Smile introduce you to this traditional technique. We will show you how you can implement the right swing and sequence of movements. You will also receive all the necessary tips on the right equipment.
Correct telemark technique right from the start
Telemark skiing is recommended for everyone who wants to expand their skiing horizons and experience the spirit of so-called “free heel skiing” for themselves. Anyone who already has experience in skiing or cross-country skiing can usually easily build on this prior knowledge and thus quickly make progress.
However, prior experience on skis is not a prerequisite for starting with telemark skiing. Trust our telemark instructors from Ride and Smile and create your way step by step to the right technique.
Telemark lessons in Davos Klosters
it right from the start, the faster you will gain the necessary confidence and safety.
In the Davos Klosters ski area, you benefit from a wide range of options to enjoy telemark skiing. Around 320 kilometers of slopes are waiting for you in the middle of the Swiss Alps. An insider tip, for example, is the village of Parsenn above Davos, because here you find one of the longest routes in Europe. It is 12 kilometers long, from Weissfluhjoch to Küblis.
Be prepared for an unforgettable day with one of our telemark private teacher from Ride and Smile!