Oldutskier Posted February 20, 2014 Share Posted February 20, 2014 To the BOS brain trust: My daughter is seven-year-old first grader. She wants to host her Indian Princess group at our ski lake. This group is essentially a father-daughter activity group that meets once a month to do father-daughter activities. I assume that none of her friends know how to ski. Here is my question. How many seven year-olds can we teach to ski per hour? We plan on using the skis that are tied together and we are located on a private lake. First we will pull them along the grass, then the shoreline and finally behind the boat. I think we could do at least two per hour. Is it possible that we can do more that two per hour? Does anyone have any experience with teaching a rather large group of kids how to ski? I plan on hiring two instructors (one on land and one for the boat) and a driver to facilitate this. I think we could have about twenty kids. I am all hears. I would love any guidance or suggestions. If I pull this off, it will have done my grassroots exposure effort for the sport for the time being. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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