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Hemel Hempstead Ski Lessons

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Hemel Hempstead Ski Lessons

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Book direct through the slope or take lessons with Inside Out Skiing?

Anyone have experience with the two schools and have a preference or would like to share there opinions?

maybe you have a better alternative?

Thanks In advance Very Happy
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Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
robk36, I can recommend Inside Out unreservedly, but have never booked lessons direct with Hemel so can't compare. (I did have one day with a Warren Smith instructor at Hemel and hated that.)
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Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
robk36 Have done both, would recommend Inside Out Skiing
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robk36, once you're past the "absolute beginner" phase I'd recommend IO. That said, there are some very good instructors at HH. The only problem is in ensuring that you get one of the good ones rather than someone with limited experience. Penny is fantastic and there are several of the HH instructors who post here that I haven't had the privilege of skiing with (Spyderman and kitty are just two).

What level are you at and what are you trying to achieve?
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robk36, steer well clear of those boys at Inside Out they are rubbish Toofy Grin
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skimottaret, you are awful rolling eyes
(but we love you anyway Laughing)
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 Then you can post your own questions or snow reports...
Then you can post your own questions or snow reports...
robk36, I was just joking a bit... my partner rob@rar is Mr. Inside and I am Mr. Out... you can ring or email us at any time and we would be delighted to chat through what you are after. If you click the link below this message, you will get a little Christmas present from us snowHead
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 After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
little ms spock wrote:
robk36, once you're past the "absolute beginner" phase I'd recommend IO. That said, there are some very good instructors at HH. The only problem is in ensuring that you get one of the good ones rather than someone with limited experience. Penny is fantastic and there are several of the HH instructors who post here that I haven't had the privilege of skiing with (Spyderman and kitty are just two).

What level are you at and what are you trying to achieve?


I've had a week on snow and been to the snow dome a few times, I'm looking to take a couple of trips next season as I'm moving a little closer to the snow next year! Very Happy
not looking for miracles, just want to be comfortable and controlled wherever I go on the mountain.


skimottaret wrote:
robk36, I was just joking a bit... my partner rob@rar is Mr. Inside and I am Mr. Out... you can ring or email us at any time and we would be delighted to chat through what you are after. If you click the link below this message, you will get a little Christmas present from us snowHead


excellent stuff, sold! I will book something in for Jan!

Thanks!
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you've already decided, but to help you feel better about your choice... I did a 'main-slope-ready' lesson with HH after coming back from my first week in march this year (never used a button lift was really the only reason for the lesson) and while it was good, the subsequent IO building confidence sessions were brilliant.
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