02.05. Hosted Ski & Snowboard Groups

Hosted Ski & Snowboard Groups

Hosted Groups run from Sunday to Friday (with Wednesday off) and are for very good skiers only (above the ability of the top class (class 4) of ski school).

To join the Hosted groups you must be able to ski a black run in all conditions, you don't have to enjoy it, but you must be able to do it, if the need arises.

If you are not that level of Skier or boarder we recommend you join the EGSW Ski & Snowboard school, the classes have a maximum of 9 people and once you have completed class 4 you should be at the required level to join our hosted groups.

See below The 2018 Hosted Group guide:

GROUPSDESCRIPTIONLUNCH PREFERENCE
Superfast

(2 Ski Groups & 1 Board Group)

Expert ability - Harder, Faster, Steeper, Deeper!Self Serve
Gourmet
Fast

(4 Ski Groups & 2 Boarding Groups)

Can handle any challenge in any weather.Self Serve
Gourmet
Steady

(6 Ski Groups & 1 Boarding Group)

Prefers red runs, but will blacks and bumps under protest.Self Serve
Gourmet

 

All participants in the Hosted groups are of an ability where traditional ski school classes are not required, however, the Masterclass is designed to tweak your technique and give you the best experience throughout the week.

Why have the Masterclass? 

On Monday morning all Hosted groups have a masterclass. The superfast groups will go off-piste (subject to snow conditions) and there will be a maximum of 8 people in each Masterclass.

Hosted groups are free for EGSW Pass holders, but the Masterclass carries a 25€ fee. Only the ‘Masterclassers’ can join the Hosted groups on Sunday and Monday: if you don't want to do the Masterclass we’ll try to fit you in from the Tuesday.