English Speaking Ski Instructor in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
I would like to share with you my love of skiing and my love of Kyrgyzstan. I have been skiing here in Kyrgyzstan for 5 winters already and I know the best ski bases for beginners and for higher level skiers that are looking for a mix of tree skiing and inbound powder. I propose to offer my services as a ski instructor for beginners and for intermediate skiers that are looking to improve their skills. My favorite guests are kids. If mom and dad want to ski for them self I will take good care of your children.
The plan for the day:
We meet at 8:00 am at your guesthouse in Bishkek and then make our way to the mountains near Bishkek. There are more than 20 ski bases in Kyrgyzstan and we have many options. I recommend the Zill Ski base for beginner skiers because of the easy slopes and wide-open space. Once we reach the ski resort we will start our ski lesson. The ski lesson will start out with a bit of information of how skis work and how to be safe on the slopes here in Kyrgyzstan. Then we will spend the first half of the day improving your ski skills and share lunch together. Depending on your level of skiing we will spend half the day in the lower section of the ski base and if you are advanced enough then we will head to the panoramic point on top of the ski base. From the top of the ski base we should be able to have a great view of the whole area. The ski base closes at 4:00 pm and we will come back to Bishkek and I will drop you off at your guesthouse. The day trip will be completed after this note.
Native English-speaking ski instructor.
The cost of transport from your guesthouse in Bishkek to the ski base and back to Bishkek. I have place for 6 travelers.
The cost of the ski lift.
Lunch for everyone in the group.
Bottomless cups of tea thought out the day.
What’s not included:
The cost of ski rental. I can help you fix the right skis and make sure they fit you well. It typically cost 20 dollars a day for a good pair of rental skis.
Winter jacket, gloves, helmet, ski goggles, ext.
Tips (always optional, but always appreciated)
This could be 1 part of a larger 10-day winter tour in Kyrgyzstan. We will be able to do more winter activities such as snow showing, ice skating, cross country skiing, or horseback riding. Don’t forget that Kyrgyzstan has countless hot springs and they are always great in winter!