MAVERIX SNOW Ltd

Course Pre-requisites

UK Course Prerequisites

Unless specified within the course booking area, our UK courses are open to all riders at recreational standard, i.e. be able to control speed, confidently link turns & use a poma/button lift. 

European Summer Courses

To enable us to provide the best possible product we require that all attendees of our European courses meet a minimum riding and fitness level. For these courses we ask that you be able to link turns on green pistes, control your speed and stop safely. We ask that you be able to use a poma, t-bar or chair lift (but it is ok if you have not had experience of one or two of these). You may have attempted to ride some freestyle features (kickers or boxes) but may not confident in your abilities. You may have ventured off-piste, and are looking to expand your skills and experience in this area.

Ideally we ask that those attending join one of our freestyle day courses to build foundation skills and meet your potential coach, plus be confident riding on a mountain. 

European Snow Dome Courses (Landgraaf)

Unless specified within the course booking area, our European Snow Dome courses (Landgraaf) are open to all riders at recreational standard, i.e. be able to control speed, confidently link turns & use a poma/button lift/chairlift.

We do however, have recommendations for riders to attend a UK course depending on experience level. If you're new to freestyle we recommend you complete one of our flatland or freestyle day courses to enable you to benefit more from your time away. 

European Winter Courses

To enable us to provide the best possible product we require that all attendees of our European courses meet a minimum riding and fitness level. For these courses we ask that you be able to link turns on green pistes, control your speed and stop safely. We ask that you be able to use a poma, t-bar or chair lift (but it is ok if you have not had experience of one or two of these). You may have attempted to ride some freestyle features (kickers or boxes) but may not confident in your abilities. You may have ventured off-piste, and are looking to expand your skills and experience in this area.

For safety and performance considerations you should be able to sustain a small series of hikes of freestyle features and be able to ride in a mountain environment for a number of days.

Ideally we ask that those attending join one of our freestyle day courses to build foundation skills and meet your potential coach, plus be confident riding on a mountain.

Please make sure you read and understand this level, as those riders who do not meet the required standards may be unable to complete their course and will not be offered a refund.


Children Attending UK and European Courses

UK Courses

We cater for all abilities and ages on our UK courses. Generally our groms are aged between 9 and 14 years, but we have coached children as low as 6 years. The main pre-requisite for a child joining a course, is that they will be keen to mix with like minded riders and be able to complete a full day's or half day of riding. All parents agree to our Terms and Conditions as part of the booking procedure prior to their child attending a course and be on site for the duration of the course.

European Courses

We ask that children under the age of 16 be accompanied by an adult, to enable supervision beyond on mountain activities. Children will be judged on the same fitness and skill standard stated above. Our European winter courses are not recommended for under 16's.