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After you take the Questionnaire, don't forget to buy your Lift and Clinic tickets in advance.
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Steamboat Resort, December 2020, Instruction Questionnaire
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Birthday (For resort use)
Airline You work for:
If Other, Name of Airline
If Guest, Name of Airline Employee Host
IKON Pass Number, if you have one:
If you intend to participate in the clinics (which we hope you do!) continue below, otherwise scroll to the bottom and click Submit.
Days you will take clinics, check all that apply:
If you will wear skis to Clinic, Select your level:
A Racer: Currently racing in NAASF A races
B Racer: Currently racing in NAASF B races
Never Ever - Beginner, have never skied before
Level 2 - Beginner, Have skied, but ski in a cautious wedge and have not mastered turning on a green run
Level 3 - Novice, Make controlled turns with confidence on a Green Run, mostly using wedge turns
Level 4 - Novice: Comfortable with speed control and beginning to make parallel turns on Green Runs and beginning to explore Blue Runs
Level 5 - Intermediate: Confident making mostly parallel turns on Green and easy Blue Runs
Level 6 - Intermediate: Comfortable making parallel turns on Blue Runs and beginning to explore Black Runs and varied terrain and snow conditions
Level 7 - Intermediate: Controlled parallel turns, maintaining rhythm and speed control on groomed Black Runs and expanding experience on non-groomed runs
Level 8 - Advanced: Comfortable on all terrain and snow conditions carved short radius turns
If you will wear a snowboard to Clinic, Select your level:
Snowboard Racer: Currently Racing NAASF Snowboard races.
Never Ever - Beginner: Have never put on a snowboard
Level 2 - Beginner: Can side slip on toe and heel edges, sliding left and right i.e “Floating Leaf"
Level 3 - Beginner: Can slide left or right in control on both toe and heel edges and can complete independent heel and toe side turns on Green Runs
Level 4 - Intermediate: Comfortable making linked toe and heel side turns on Green Runs and ready to explore easy Blue Runs
Level 5 - Intermediate: Confident making linked toe and heel side turns on Green and Blue Runs
Level 6 - Intermediate: Comfortable completing linked turns with minimal traverse on all Blue and easy Black Runs
Level 7 - Advanced: Link turns with rhythm and flow on difficult blue and most black runs
Level 8 - Advanced: Make turns of any kind, anywhere, anytime all over the mountain and in all snow conditions
Thank You for completing the questionnaire.
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