Some of the Best Powder Snow in the World
With an average snowfall of 14 metres (550 inches) Niseko has some of the best and deepest powder snow in the world. Come and experience the wonderful Japanese culture while training to improve your skills or gain internationally recognised ski and snowboard qualifications.
Queenstown, New Zealand
A Relaxed and Friendly Place
New Zealand is an exciting, beautiful, and safe country where the people are friendly and the atmosphere is relaxed. Spending a summer on the snow in New Zealand is an experience you’ll be telling your friends about for years to come. The excellent exchange rate makes New Zealand one of the most inexpensive places for a snowboard or ski adventure and a great place to spend a Southern Hemisphere winter.
Copper Mountain, Colorado, USA
The Famous Dry Colorado Powder
Experience some of the best snow in the world while training towards internationally recognized ski and snowboard qualifications. Conveniently located in the central Rocky Mountains, Copper Mountain is just 75 miles west of Denver’s international airport. With over 282 inches/710 centimeters of average snowfall, 22 lifts and 2,450 acres/985 hectares of terrain to play in, Copper is a perfect place to learn how to teach skiing and snowboarding.