Levels and Tests Snowboard

Indications so that you can find the lesson that best suits you and set your goals.

To make the most of the services rendered, it is important for you to know what your ski level is to have the best adapted ski lift pass.

Levels & Technical tests for children

Goomie Rider

  • Use the ski lifts. 
  • The 'falling leaf' sideslipping on both sides. 
  • A straight run with a flat board and sinking down and standing up movements.

Rookie Rider

  • Rounded sideslips from the fall line on both sides in switch. 
  • Slide on a box in 50/50. 
  • 'Falling leaf' on frontside and backside on a medium slope.


  • A series of 4 to 6 basic turns without stopping around a small slalom (cones spaced around 20m apart). 
  • A small jump whilst sliding, board flat on a gentle slope. 
  • Flat and Switch - a sliding '180' in a traverse (front or back).

Levels and Technical tests for adults

Accueil Débutant

  • Changing direction on both sides of the fall line 
  • Elementary rounded turn. 
  • Direct line facing down the slope, normal foot or switch.

1er Snowboard

  • 4 to 6 basic turns in switch. 
  • A small figure on a snowpark jump. 
  • Flat Link two sliding 180's front and back with a backside turn in between.

2eme Snowboard

  • 6 to 8 turns in switch through a small slalom. 
  • 2 180 degree jumps with a turn in between. 
  • A tail press on a box.

3ème Snowboard

  • Hold a nose or tail slide. 
  • 2x180 degree jumps in back and switch whilst traversing, with a frontside turn in between. 
  • A balanced grab on a 4 to 6 metre box.

Snowboard Expert

  • Obtain the X-boarder vermeil level. 
  • A minimum of 4 linked figures in Flat. 
  • Slide on a box in boardslide and a 360 on a medium box (4 to 6m).