If you\’ve never been on skis, or at best have had mandatory school skiing practice, and you don\’t have children, you\’d like to learn to ski for your children, or, If your friends go skiing regularly every year and you have to stay at home with no friends or at best watch your friends ski down the hill, you have nothing to worry about because you can learn to ski at any age.
The older you get, the scarier it gets when you stand at the top of the hill, but children are much better because they are not afraid yet. This is why I recommend learning to ski at an early age.
But fear nothing, pay for your child\’s course as well as your own. However, if you have sufficient funds, private lessons for children are also possible, which cost 5,000 kronor for a child and 5,000 kronor for an adult.
Therefore, it is worth considering whether this is not just a whim of yours and whether you will get on skis again next year. If you are truly determined to start skiing regularly, pick an instructor. Don\’t ask friends to teach you.
Instructors also recommend starting in the Czech Republic.
Ski instructors will teach you: First, they will teach you the basic posture of skiing, how to plow, how to stop at the bottom of a hill, and how to ride the lift in the first place, especially how to get off the lift on a slope. Only after you have mastered these seemingly “easy” techniques will you go down the small hill with him. If you don\’t want to buy ski boards, boots, or helmets, rental stores have everything you need for beginners.
But believe that you will learn far more in five days of lessons with an instructor than from someone you know, and continue on your own for the next few days, or pay an instructor for just an hour a day.
The next winter, you can talk to your instructor about what skis to buy and what other ski equipment to get.