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are given on a flat groomed snow packed surface. The lesson
area is also separated from the general public to help beginner
is the primary responsibility of our certified instructors. Our
goal is to make it yours too. After your lesson with Colorado Kite Force, demo kites will be available. The demo price will be subtracted from the retail price of the kite if you wish to purchase later. Let kiteboarding open the
door to fun and adventure for you!
2 Hour Beginner Ground School
This class will begin at 1:00pm. You must first take the ground school class before ski and ride school. Unless you can demonstrate for the instructor the skills needed to move on from previous experiences. The next step is to get into your skis or (we recommend skis rather then a snowboard for the first time). But if you don't ski or have any we understand, and a snowboard will work just fine too. There are however a few more step to learn. the student will be taught how to speed up, slowdown and stop. How to turn around, and go upwind and down wind. The goal is to get back where you started from (yes even on the first day!) From this point it is up to the student on how much instruction they want or need. Many take right off and use the rest of the time as a Kite demo or rental. Others may need the instructors assistance for the remainder of the day. And thats what we're there for to make sure you're you safe, informed and ha ving a great time. Don't worry their is no written test at the end!
Hope to see you out there.
Beginner Snowkite Lesson (4 Hours)
Our advanced lessons our catered towards each individuals needs.
Most are only a half hour to an hour and if more time is needed
or wanted we recommend returning another day after practicing
your new skills on your own. But of course we will continue all
instruction if the client desires for any reason.
What should you bring?
Basically you will want to bring what ever you would take skiing or snowboarding. If you do both we recommend starting out on skiis, it's much easier!
Here are some things we
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