The RiderSystem will teach you to snowboard from A to Z: whether you're a beginner or an advanced rider, whether you want to go off-piste, in the park, or with speed on the piste, we've got the right course for every need.
From beginner to expert, the Ridersystem offers a range of courses adapted to every level, so you can progress and discover the unique sensations of snowboarding. Both feet on the board, total freedom and the pleasure of surpassing yourself.
With the right equipment, an allround or freestyle board, comfortable boots and bindings, the infinite possibilities are open to you.
To find out more and determine your current level, you can watch these three videos showing the progression of a basic turn from beginner to advanced.
Getting used to the board - Skidding and driving through the traverse - Turning and changing direction - Slowing down and stopping - Using the lifts
Confidence in turns - Introduction to ballasting and unballasting - 360° Spin on piste - Gliding fakie - Making the most of easy terrain
Extension and flexion turn shapes - Rocker shapes - Steering while driving - First jumps and Ollies - Optimal use of medium-difficulty terrain
Below is a video of the moves performed by our colleagues © Stoked Snowboard School Zermatt.
TIPS FROM MISS DENTS BLANCHES
HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT BOARD, BOOTS AND BINDINGS?
the right length and width
There's a standard way to measure your board size.
The height of the board is ideally between the chin and the forehead, and it's usually about 20 cm shorter than your waist.
Just put it in front of you and see if your chin fits over it without difficulty.
What type of board
an Allround board; Versatile or All-mountain for a gentle start.
Good to know
Softboots and bindings should preferably be of the same brand.
Place the bindings on the board and make sure neither your boots nor the binding overhang.
SWISS SNOW LEAGUE
- Level: BEGINNER- ADVANCED - EXPERT
- Age: From 3 years
Discover the Swiss Snow League
To pass a level, the child must master all four forms of that level... and when he/she has successfully completed a League level, he/she receives the corresponding medal, or the intermediate medal if there are still movements to be practiced during the winter.