Arbroath Ski Club

Our Instructors

Our team of instructors are fully qualified and hold nationally recognised qualifications. They are in continual training to stay in touch with modern developments.

Dave TregerDavid Treger

David started skiing at the age of 19 and subsequently spent five seasons in Val d'Isere in the French Alps.  He has been fortunate enough to work with some of the best coaches in the UK and Europe and keeps himself current with latest technique and changes in ski and boot technology.  David teaches all levels of skiing and is responsible for the race training and development at Arbroath Ski Club.


Eileen Clark

Eileen joined Arbroath Ski Club in the late 1980's and has been a member ever since.  She has held various committee posts, and is currently Club Treasurer.  She became a dry slope instructor in 2001 and her favourite ski resort is Courchevel in the French Alps.


Phil Clark

Phil has been a member of Arbroath Ski club since the late 1980's.  He has been an instructor since 2001 and is BASI level 2 qualified.  He has taught school groups in Italy, Austria, Switzerland and Glenshee!


Les MorrisonLes Morrison

Les has been a member of Arbroath Ski Club for 12 years and was elected Chairperson at the AGM in October 2009.


Linda Morrison

Linda began skiing in her teens and has continued to enjoy the sport ever since.  She has skied in many resorts in France as well as supporting Scottish skiing when the conditions allow.  She gained her ski instructor licence in 2007 and has been involved in teaching on the dry slope at Condor ever since.


Brian Cairns

Brian has been a member of Arbroath Ski Club for a number of years and has been skiing for 35 years. A relative newcomer to dry slope instructing (2011), he enjoys the challenges members bring with them to the slope every week.


Brian McInroy

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Fiona Kempton

Fiona has been a member of Arbroath Ski Club for several years but she started skiing a few years ago at the age of 2. At the time, an enterprising local farmer at Bridge of Cally had created a homemade tow, out of his tractor, and was charging adults one shilling in old money (around 5p today) to ski in his field.  Fiona then learned how to stop and go by watching (and laughing at) classes of adults on the nursery slopes at Glenshee in the days before a poma or chairlift. She regularly climbed all the way up, including to Butcharts, carrying skis, all for the sole purpose of skiing down again as fast as possible!  This was in the days before goretex and when ski boots were still made of leather, but Fiona says that the sausage rolls in the cafe always worked wonders!  Fiona skied at Glenshee nearly every weekend in the winters of the 60's and 70's when there was still plenty of the white stuff around.  She says that Glenshee is still her favourite Scottish ski resort, but anywhere abroad is also a favourite.

Nicola Treger

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Maggie-Ann Lawrie

Maggie learnt to ski at Condor when she was about 9 years old through lessons with Colliston Primary School.  She quickly developed the skiing bug and thanks to her mum was allowed to develop skiing further.  The family joined ASC and Maggie was a member until she left for University in Edinburgh in 2001.  Just before she left though she sat her Artificial Ski Slope Instructors qualification through the club.  

Maggie started teaching people to ski at Midlothian Snowsport Centre (Hillend) and worked there for 10 years.  After finishing her degree Maggie spent a season working with Skivolution in Courchevel as a chalet chef and at the end of the season passed her BASI Level 2.  Maggie has also spent time teaching at Cairngorm.

Ben Pyke

Ben started skiing whilst at Primary School and soon after joined Arbroath Ski Club and has been a member ever since.

During his school years he started racing and spent time attending Race Training Camps and competing in Ski racing both in Scotland and Europe. He competed in Child and Junior Races. He qualified as a Ski Instructor in 2007 and has been teaching ever since.

He enjoys nothing more than getting on the slopes anywhere in the world.

Dave Travis

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Jim Stewart

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