Snowboard / Freeski (spring)
Ski and ski in Trysil, Hemsedal, Sälen, Laax in Switzerland, SNØ and in the school's own rail park. We prepare with trampoline, turn, strength and skate.
About Snowboard / Freeski (spring)
On the Snowboard / Freeski line, we are based on your level and you get to develop on jumps and rails, in newly prepared trails and in delicious powder.
You have the school's railpark right outside the door. Here it is light all evening and all levels of difficulty. You get a season ticket in Trysil - Norway's largest ski resort - and also join Sälen, which has Sweden's best park.
Anyone who is interested in snowboarding and skiing - or thinks they can get it - should apply. You will not find a safer and better learning environment!Håvard Ljosland Nylund, 2019-2020
- Build your own rail park
- Park driving: jumps and rails
- Freeride: powder and forest
- Study trip to the Alps
Are you passionate about snowboarding or skiing? Here you get rail park outside the door, many days on snow, travel to world-class facilities, and a social environment with the class - and the rest of the school!
Study trips with boards and skis
- Laax, Switzerland
Trysilfjellet will be our main arena and you get season tickets that can be used both inside and outside the class. We run park and powder, and work to ensure that everyone knows mastery and progression.
The trips to Sälen come a bit out of season when the parks in Tandådalen and Lindvallen have got off to a good start. Here we get variety and a good drive up to the alpine trip.
Laax in Switzerland is one of Europe's best facilities, and hosts several major international competitions each year. We live at an altitude of 2228 meters, in the middle of the facility with the parks right outside the door. In addition, there are insane free riding opportunities when it snows.
The end of the season is in Hemsedal, where the slopes stay until May
Due to Covid-19 and constant changes in the infection situation, it is difficult to say for sure for the coming school year. But we follow all infection control advice and travel advice given by the authorities. We plan for an almost normal school year, and so that all travel can take place as normal. But we will work out good alternative solutions if this is not possible. Destinations on study trips can be added elsewhere (including domestically) if natural disasters or other external and extraordinary circumstances occur which the school does not control, and which significantly affect the implementation of the trip. No financial compensation is normally given for this.
Ready for a year of snowboarding, skiing and making new friends?