WONDERING WHAT ABILITY LEVEL YOU ARE?

BEGINNER

Your first time on a sled? Maybe second? Or maybe you’ve been sledding for years but only get out once a year? You trail ride, but have never ridden in the mountains? You're thinking of maybe getting into the sport and want to give it a try! These are all typical beginners. Here is the riding skills lessons we cover in a beginners clinic:

  • How to load and unload your snowmobile from the truck

  • How to get unstuck

  • Throttle control

  • Proper body positioning

  • Powder carving on flat open terrain

  • Getting the sled on edge on the flats and mellow slopes

  • And much more…

INTERMEDIATE

As an intermediate rider, your stamina and endurance is now starting to get a little stronger. If you already know the basics like powder carving but are really starting to grow a passion for sledding and want to start to actually sidehill and ride a bit more technical terrain.

Here is the riding skills lessons we cover in a beginners clinic:

  • Throttle control

  • Proper body positioning

  • Sidehilling on mellow angled slopes

  • J Hooks & U Turns in open flat terrain

  • Powder carving on technical terrain (downhill and around obstacles)

  • Getting the sled on edge in a bit more technical terrain

  • How to start “seeing lines outside the box”

  • And much more…

ADVANCED

As an advanced rider, your stamina and endurance is top shape. You can already sidehill but are really wanting to push yourself with obstacles around you and nailing technical lines. You are ready to start sledding “outside of the box”. This is a clinic that will really push your technical skills in the tree’s, boosting off of features, and nailing “that line” with proper skills and throttle control.

Here is the riding skills lessons we cover in a beginners clinic:

  • Throttle control

  • Proper body positioning

  • Sidehilling in technical terrain with obstacles

  • J Hooks & U Turns in technical terrain with obstacles

  • Stopping and going in technical terrain with descending/ascending a slope on edge

  • How to start spotting technical lines and nailing them around obstacles

  • How to start “nail lines outside the box” that will push you to be a better rider ie taking the harder line always!

  • Boosting off of natural features

  • And much more…