|Ski School Instructional Staff|
Harold Spensley -
Harold is a Canadian Ski Instructor Alliance certified Level I Instructor with Level II teaching qualification. Harold acquired his certification in 2005 andt has dedicated his time to Purden Ski Village since 2008. Harold has taught many elementary students to ski through our school and group programs but is equally capable at teaching adults and older students or assisting intermediate skiers to improve their style and performance. Harold learned to ski in Northern B.C. and for his personal skiing prefers powder and ungroomed terrain. Conditions permitting, he would be happy to provide tips and training to those wanting to tackle some deeper snow conditions.
Terry Cramer - Ski and Snowboard
Terry Cramer has been on skis all her life. Her dad worked on Seymour Mountain in North Vancouver BC as a chairlift operator so that his 3 kids could ski for free. Those were the days that most runs only had rope tows to get you up the hill! Terry and her family became Purden Mt. cabin owners in 1986 and have been spending winter weekends at the hill since then. Terry started to self-learn the 'New Snowboard Thing' about 15 years ago and has helped many new snowboarder get on their feet! Terry especially enjoys instructing children. Terry will teach you the basics of snowboarding and more!
Instructor . **All
lesson prices INCLUDE the GST** Last Updated:
December 05, 2016
Ed Day has a long history with snow sports. Think back to the early 50's. He's been skiing, and for the last 10 years, snowboarding, every winter since then. After skiing full time in the early 70's, (including a few km @ the 1976 Innsbruck Winter Olympics), he taught in SD #57 for 35 years. Now retired from school teaching, he likes to excite newcomers to the "Joy of S....nowboarding". Ed is a CASI member. Come and join him for a lesson and ... get excited about snowboarding!
Private lesson $
Additional person $
25/hr Learn to Ski!
$ 65. Learn to Board!
**All lesson prices INCLUDE the GST**
Last Updated: December 05, 2016