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Nonstopski launches the ultimate sabbatical break
Wednesday, 15 June 2005




Aimed at those looking for a break from routine, a gap year or career break NONSTOPSKI, the leading provider of ski and snowboard training courses in Canada, has launched the ultimate winter sports adventure break; a 'Master the Mountain' course lasting six weeks in Banff, Canada.

Aimed at intermediate skiers and snowboarders, the course lasts 6 weeks and could make the perfect Christmas treat to yourself for a once in a lifetime experience. Designed to improve skiing or snowboarding ability, and to give participants added confidence for dealing with a range of conditions including groomed runs, moguls, powder, amazing world renowned back country skiing and snowboarding, tree runs and off piste terrain this course is designed for the real adrenaline adventure seeker. All instruction is under the watchful eye of some of the highest qualified instructors in the Banff area and takes place at Banff's three world-class resorts; Lake Louise, Sunshine and Mt. Norquay.

As a part of the programme, participants will work towards and take the Canadian Level 1 instructor qualification which will have huge benefits on participants personal skiing or snowboarding and could provide the turning point for a complete career change.

A two day recreational avalanche course, two days of backcountry touring in the Banff area and a day-trip to the near-by resort of Kicking Horse are part of the package.

The grand finale is a four day lodge based touring trip in Rogers Pass. On this trip participants will be hiking for fresh tracks and while witnessing some of Canada's most stunning scenery they will put into practice everything they have learnt during the course. /2 What's more, the course includes a season pass for Lake Louise, Sunshine and Mt. Norquay for those looking to extend their stay for the rest of the winter season.

Apart from improving skiing or snowboarding ability, the course offers the perfect escape to live in the stunningly beautiful Canadian Rockies and make new friends.

Accommodation in Banff is provided in a four star hotel and in spacious well appointed cabins high in the mountains during the last week of the course.

The course starts December 27th 2005 - February 7th 2006 and costs 4,350 and includes: Flights Transfers Daily Shuttle to resort 4 star accommodation (twin rooms - single supplement 1,350)j Weekday breakfasts Weekday evening meals Full season tri-area lift pass 20 hours a week professional coaching Level 1 CSIA/CASI examination fees Recreational Avalanche course Day trip to Kicking Horse resort

For further information visit: www.nonstopski.com
or telephone: 0870 241 8070

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