InTheSnow readers have a chance to ski with pioneering extreme skier, Dan Egan, at The Snow Centre, Hemel Hempstead on May 3rd.
There’s two one hour sessions at 5pm and 6.30pm and bookings are made directly with The Snow Centre team.
- Dan Egan runs two evening skiing sessions at The Snow Centre on Tuesday May 3
- Session one: 5pm and session two: 6.30pm
- Both sessions run for one hour
- Chance to ski with one of the worlds very best extreme skiers and ski coaches
- The sessions will present Dan’s All Terrain Skiing philosophy – fluidity, agility, balance and power.
- Participants will receive a free copy of Dan’s ‘All-Terrain Skiing’ book.
- Maximum group size 12 persons. Skiers must be able to perform a minimum of linked long and short parallel turns.
- A rare opportunity to join a true legend as he visits the UK following a long winter season in the Alps and North America.
Dan Egan, American skiing star of Warren Miller Movies and author of several books including All-Terrain Skiing and 30 Years in a White Haze, is making a rare visit to the UK in May and will run two on-snow sessions at The Snow Centre, Hemel Hempstead on Tuesday May 3rd, 2022.
The sessions are open to skiers who would like to meet Dan and experience his All Terrain Skiing philosophy – fluidity, agility, balance and power.
The maximum group size is 12 persons and bookings are made on a first come, first served basis. This rare opportunity will sell out fast.
Cost: £50 per person, including full on-snow access, ski rental, coaching from Dan Egan, copy of All-Terrain Skiing.
To book, contact The Snow Centre sales team on 01442 241321 and ask to book on the ‘Dan Egan Ski Clinic’.
About Dan Egan:
Featured in 12 Warren Miller Entertainment ski films, on the Discovery Channel, ESPN, Good Morning America, in Powder Magazine, and other media outlets, Dan Egan is an award-winning broadcaster and film producer, and a ski legend who continues to teach and share his love of the sport around the globe. Dan and his brother John Egan, as the Egan Brothers, travelled to some of the world’s most remote regions following the geopolitical events of the 1980s and 1990s. They made first descents on the Berlin Wall, skied beside the Persian Gulf War, and organized the 1993 Middle East Peace Ski in Lebanon; the brothers were willing to ski wherever the world would watch and listen.