Ski Ability

What's Your Ability Level?

Determine which DreamSki Tour is Best for You

We want you to get the most out of your ski adventure with us. A major part of achieving this is having you correctly identify your ski level and experience.

To achieve this, each tour identifies the ability levels that the tour is designed for. The following ability levels are used. Please determine which one best describes your ability and experience. Then choose the DreamSki Adventure which includes this ability level.

If you are not sure between two ability levels, choose the lower level for the best fit.


You ski /ride blue & red runs at reasonable speed and venture on to groomed black runs, but struggle and confidence is an issue. No powder experience.

You might say: “I want to ski black runs well and start skiing the un-groomed snow”

Strong Intermediate

You are fast and aggressive on blue and red runs no matter the snow conditions and ski black groomed runs with confidence but if pitch increases or snow conditions are difficult you struggle. Minimal or no powder experience.

You might say: “I want to learn how to ski well in un-groomed snow and powder“


You ski/ride groomed black runs with speed and confidence in all snow conditions. Going off the groomed is something you do but not necessarily with speed or style. Some experience in powder but ski/ride it slower, struggling at times

You might say: “I want to ski well in the powder with more speed & rhythm linking shorter turns”

Strong Advanced

You ski/ride anywhere on the mountain including trees, steeps, bumps for skiers, and all snow conditions. You can ski/ride powder with rhythm & moderate speed. Lots of experience in powder but could improve towards more speed and less effort with smoother technique.

You might say: “I’ve been skiing for some time and could always use a tip or two to get better.”


You ski/ride aggressively with speed everywhere on the mountain including trees, steeps, bumps for skiers, and all snow conditions. Years of experience in powder and always looking for a challenge and the next big line.

You might say: “Bring it on!”