There’s still time for PSIA-AASI members to make this one of the most memorable seasons of their professional careers. This spring, there are four must-attend events where snow pros can dramatically improve their teaching and riding skills – three of them occurring simultaneously in Big Sky, Montana.
Check out the summaries of each event right here, and register now to make sure you don’t miss out on making the kinds of memories that last for years!
PSIA-AASI National Academy 2018
Take your personal teaching to the next level by skiing and riding at Big Sky Resort, Montana, with some of the best instructors in the world. Located in south central Montana, Big Sky is easy to get to, just 50 miles south of Bozeman and 50 miles north of West Yellowstone. It offers some of the best expert and advanced terrain AND a large amount of beginner and intermediate terrain. This event is filling up fast, so register soon!
PSIA Telemark Academy
PSIA Telemark Team members Grant Bishop and Gregory Dixon will lead you through three days of big mountain skiing, skill improvement, teaching progressions and drills, and more. From the release of PSIA's new Telemark Fundamentals to the ever-evolving telemark turn, be prepared to have your concepts and skills challenged. As always, with this telemark crew, expect lively and fun-filled social events to follow the day's work on the hill. Sign up here!
Aspen Interski 50th Reunion
On Friday, April 6, come to Snowmass for a day on snow and an evening reception at the Limelight Hotel in Aspen, Colorado, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Interski 1968, the only Interski to have been held in the United States. Honored guests will include members of the PSIA Team that served as the American delegation to that noteworthy Interski. Get the details on this once-in-a-lifetime event right here.
AASI Rider Rally
Snowboard instructors, rejoice! The AASI Rider Rally heads back to Colorado's Arapahoe Basin May 7-11, 2018, for several days of incredible shredding and education with AASI Snowboard Team members and colleagues from around the country. The event kicks off May 7 with registration and freeriding with team members, followed by four days of on-snow exploration, clinics for all levels of instructors, networking, and parties each evening. Attendees can receive 24 continuing education credits (6 per day). Registration opens here the week of February 12.
- Peter Kray