IFN Ski lessons

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Ever wanted to learn how to ski? There is nothing that makes more fun than learning how to ski (taught in english).

International Friends has managed to get some very interesting deals with a professional ski school in Lenggries. Now the season has finally started. Here is the deal.

_Meet-up at Nürnberg HbF in front of the DB information desk (directly opposite the main entrance) at the time indicated in the table below (yes, it is early but it will always be the case if you want to go skiing). We buy the ticket together (Bayern ticket, about 15 Euro).

_ Arrive at Munich and meet-up in front of Starbucks (platform 11) at 8.30 am with the other Internationals from Munich.

_Arrive at Lenggries and change into the bus (will be obvious which one, there is only one, it is a free bus)

_Get out at Brauneck Bahn.

_Go to Skischule Isarwinkel.

_They will have the rentals ready (choose them below, they add 24 Euros to the cost, 3 Euros for the helmet)

_4 hours of courses (complete beginnersor breaking and doing slow curves).

_Ski together the rest of the day (if you are not too tired...)

_Leave back to Munich (and then Nürnberg) at the lastest at 17.30 (last bus). You can decide this in your Bayern-ticket group.

YOU WILL ONLY NEED TO BUY A SKI TICKET FOR THE BABYLIFT IF YOU ARE COMPLETE BEGINNER (or braking and curves, should be between 7 and 10 euros). If you are able to take the skilift then you will (very likely but up to the ski teacher) only need a ticket for the Traidlhang.

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Event Start Date Monday 11.02.2019 5:40 am
Event End Date Monday 11.02.2019 9:00 pm
Capacity 6
Cut off date Friday 22.02.2019 11:55 pm
Individual Price €50,00
Organiser IFN Ski lessons
Meeting point
Nürnberg Hbf (in front of info point)
Bahnhofspl. 9, 90443 Nürnberg, Germany
Nürnberg Hbf (in front of info point)
€50,00 5
Hey guys, a lot of people asked me the question "What do I have to bring as equipment" over PM. As everyone can profit from the answer, here it is again:
Regarding equipment (jacket, trousers etc... I would councel you to use your normal jacket for winter, the normal gloves for winter you have (They need to be warm though and at least a bit watertight) and to buy ski trousers. It is important to have ski trousers if you are a beginner (and foolhardy not to have any if you are advanced)

You can choose the cheapest one you can find online. You can find cheap ones for 20 Euro, decent ones start at 40 Euro and amazing ones (ie professional) at 100. You can also be lucky like me and find awesome ones that last you for over 10 years for 20 Euro (They look like a rhinoceroses backside but are very functional).

Please note: I prefer to buy stuff online but you may also find stuff in Karstadt or Sport tretter or even Aldi
Here are some photos from the last time we went on Sunday 10th February

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