Arbroath Ski Club

Book Lessons

At Arbroath Ski Club, we make skiing fun and its great place to meet new friends. Our Instructors are very experienced and they are passionate about improving members’ skiing with facilities and programmes geared to adults, youths and children from age 5. All levels of skiers are accommodated  - from beginners to experts.

Lessons can only be booked by members of Arbroath Ski Club. See membership section of this website to join.

Please note: You must book for a Lesson/Recreational skiing slot for every block, the lessons/recreational skiing do not automatically roll over into the next block. Lessons are booked on a first come, first served basis.

Lessons are run throughout the season usually in 6 week blocks. We operate two 1 hour sessions, which are 7.00pm to 8.00pm and 8.00pm to 9.00pm on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from September through to May.  Please see Lesson Blocks – Season 2015/16 on the website for the dates of each block.

Important note: Very occasionally the slope is closed due to adverse weather conditions. Any cancellation information will be posted on our website and Facebook page

Please note: Whilst every effort is made to accommodate preferences, it is not always possible to fit everyone into their choice of day/time.

To book a lesson follow the steps below.

• Click on the appropriate link below and select the day and time you would like.  Block dates can be found by clicking here

Block 1 – Closed
Block 2 – Closed
Block 3 – Closed
Block 4 – Closed
Block 5 – Open for booking

• After reading the information, at the top of the page, you will see links to the 4 lessons within your chosen block.  Select the appropriate event (e.g. Block X,  Tuesday, 8pm-9pm)

• Complete the online form and click “submit” to progress to the next page.  You will be asked to select your skiing ability level.  Please use the Guide to Skiing Abilities document which provides an outline of the different levels (which is based on the Snowlife Awards scheme, which we operate in the Club).  Please select the level which best describes your skiing ability.

• Once you have confirmed all the information is correct click “add to basket”.  The next page will ask you “Proceed to Secure Payment” or “Continue Shopping”.  If you have another lesson(s) to book select the “Continue Shopping” button, if not select “Proceed to Secure Payment”.

• Select your card type.

• Complete your details as per the instructions on the following payment pages.  If successful you should be directed to a page confirming your application and you will receive a confirmation email to the address provided..

*please not a 5% booking fee will be applied at checkout.

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us by emailing

Refunds Policy

Arbroath Ski Club Guide to Skiing Ability Levels
Download the Slope Rules PDF here

  • Please download and read slope rules before your first visit to the slope. The rules must be adhered to at all times. It is mandatory, per Health & Safety Regulations, that all skiers wear gloves, full length trousers and long sleeves.  In addition it is recommended that you wear waterproof trousers and jacket. Skiers are not permitted to access the slope prior to their booked time slot.

Recreational Skiing

The minimum standards for recreational skiing on the slope are:
  • The ability to make linked turns and to ski from the top to the bottom of the slope in full control
  • The ability to use the ski tows
  • If under16 years of age, you should be accompanied by an adult either skiing or present at the bottom of the slope.

Current Rates

  • £54 per person for a 6 week block, includes the hire of all equipment (skis, boots & helmet) and must be paid for on the first night of the block.
  • Recreational skiing, £42 for a 6 week block or £7 per hour.
Please note: Payment for lessons and recreational skiing must be made prior to the first Tuesday or Thursday of the block booked.

Skiers may use their own boots and helmets but only skis and poles issued by RM Condor can be used on the slope.  There is no reduction to the above rates where skiers use their own equipment.

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