Yes. If, for example, you book two days and then later book additional days, the extension ticket rate applies. See current price list.
Yes, both children and adults are assigned to their groups at the same gathering place, so there is no problem.
After ability levels have been taken into account, we head over to the easy slopes in smaller groups and assign the teaching groups there. If someone is not quite happy with their group assignment, they can of course still change groups.
The rule is that you only get your money back if you have a doctor's certificate (illness, injury) However, we have several offerings (extension...) that keep the "risk" as low as possible for you!
That's no problem, as long as another suitable course is running.
As a rule, groups are assigned on Sundays and Mondays. However, it is always possible for advanced skiers to join an existing group during the week. Weekend courses take place when there are 3 or more people.
In general this is of course possible, but we ask you to make requests for a particular instructor as early as possible, by telephone or e-mail.
However, in the case of group courses we cannot guarantee that we will be able to provide your requested instructor.
In general, the earlier the better, but at least one day in advance.
You can make reservations by telephone, by e-mail, or via our web page/online shop.
Unfortunately not. It is not possible, as the groups are out for the whole day in different ski areas. In our experience it's also better for the kids in the children's area if the parents don't pick them up for lunch.
From 3 years. For the 3 and 4-year-olds we offer a half-day course (Burmi Club).
All other children have a full-day course.
However, for snowboard courses we recommend a minimum age of 9 years. For younger snowboarders we recommend a private course.
We used to offer these, but in our experience progress is much slower than with a full-day course.
We have Dutch instructors and also some Austrian and German instructors who speak a little Dutch. However, we cannot always promise that the instructor will be able to speak Dutch. We ask you to let us know your requirements when the groups are being assigned, and we'll do our best.
There's usually enough space in the group courses. However, in the high season we recommend that you book by e-mail or on our website to be certain. You can also book courses at any time on our homepage - this means that you don't have to go the ski school office and can just turn up at the gathering point with your online ticket.
You should take the days one after the other, as the groups progress with the programme and learn something new each day.
Yes, we accept payment by Visa, Mastercard and all EC cards.
You need to buy your lift tickets and ski pass separately at the cableways.
No. On the first day, beginners do not need a ski pass. The ski school's rope tow is free for course participants. The ski instructor then explains which ticket makes sense for the following days.
We offer half-day Burmi Club courses (course for 3 and 4-year-olds), for cross-country and for private courses. All other (group) courses are full-day courses (2 hours in the morning and 2 hours in the afternoon)
Yes. In our ski school, children are assigned to groups based primarily on their age and ability. So if your children or their friends have a similar level of ability, we ask you to let us know on the first day and we will do our best to put them together!
If the children do not have the same level of ability, however, the child who is better at skiing will have to move to the slower group.
Our group programme is planned for a week, with the final ski race on Friday. It therefore makes sense to stay on the course for the whole (5) 6 days. But of course it's also possible to take the course for fewer days.