Monte Baldo Ski School
Qualified instructors are at your disposal because in life you never stop learning, right? Therefore, this winter treat yourself to a course of alpine, cross country or telemark skiing as well as snowboarding!
The Scuola Sci Monte Baldo instructors are waiting for you on the latest generation ski school slopes in the Polsa, San Valentino and San Giacomo ski area, which is equipped with treadmills that will make all beginners extremely happy. At your disposal are more than 50 national instructors and federal coaches of alpine skiing, Nordic skiing, snowboarding and telemark skiing, who are also specialised in teaching children and people with disabilities, thus ensuring that lessons become a game and are great fun. Here is the list of courses taught by the 50 instructors of the Altipiano Brentonico (Brentonico Plateau):
- Group ski courses
- Promotional ski courses
- Ski courses for skiers ranging from beginners to expert skiers
- Snowboarding courses
- Educational ski courses for elementary, middle and high schools (skiing competitions are organised free of charge for schools)
- High-level training courses for alpine skiing, Nordic skiing, carving, snowboarding and telemarking
- Training courses for experienced categories of sport-lovers
- Courses for children learning to ski in the Polsa baby park play area
- Preparatory courses for taking the exam to become an alpine skiing instructor
Dual Ski Adaptive Skiing Equipment
Furthermore the ski school, thanks to the Verona Rotary Club International puts at the disposal of people with disabilities dual ski adaptive skiing equipment. Therefore, everyone will have the chance to try a truly exciting sport, obviously in complete safety and under careful guidance.
Snowshoeing and torchlit skiing together with the Ski School instructors
Every Thursday, Monte Baldo Ski School instructors will take you on snowshoeing tours that allow you to discover the most beautiful spots of the Polsa and San Valentino areas, while at 6 p.m. you can see the instructors’ impressive torchlit descent. Enjoy the show from a good observation point: we suggest the Hotel Bucaneve in San Valentino or the Pizzeria Etrusca in Polsa. At the end of the event, there’s hot chocolate and mulled wine for everyone. In case of bad weather, the torchlight show will be replaced by a bonfire.