EQUIPMENT AND LESSONS RESERVATION FORM FOR FAMILY AND GROUP
(5 AND MORE PEOPLE)

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Group Reservation Form – EXAMPLE

First and last name: Tracey Williams
Telephone number: +44 555 444 333
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Date of Rental: 3/2/2013
Date of Return: 10/2/2013

Equipment pick-up from GO!Ski, 23 Kościuszki Street: 10.00 am

Ski/Snowboard Lessons (YES or NO): YES

  Name
Surname
Gender Age Height (cm) Weight (kg) Shoe
size
(Euro)
Skis, Boots,
Poles, Helmets,
Snowboard,
Boots
Skill
level
Snowboard
– stance
Ski /
Snowboard
Lessons
1 Tracey
Hill
Female 33 168cm 60kg 37 Skis beginner - NO
2 John
Hill
Male 35 180cm 78kg 44 Snowboard,
Boots
beginner Goofy YES
3 Tom
Hill
Male 10 152cm 35kg 34 Skis, Boots,
Poles, Helmet
first steps - YES
4 (...) (...) (...) (...) (...) (...) (...) (...) (...) (...)

ADDITIONAL COMMENTS:

  1. Equipment pick-up from 9:00 am – 5:30 pm
  2. Skiing skill level (select the appropriate option if you selected skis):
    • first steps - You have never been on skis/snowboard, or you need the assistance of another person in order to stand on skis/snowboard.
    • beginner - You can make it down an easy slope by yourself, you can use a T-bar lift, you can come to a plough stop and can change direction if necessary and make a wedge turn.
    • basic - You can control your direction and speed. Blue trails are not a problem for you. You use wedge turns only at the start of a turn, and after a turn you can begin to set your skis parallel and you can comfortably change directions.
    • intermediate - You can go down red trails without a problem and you fully control your speed and direction. You make turns from a parallel position. You can initiate a carving turn. Moguls pose no particular difficulty for you.
    • advanced - You have mastered carving and are comfortable on black trails. You can control your speed and direction on steep and icy slopes. You just need a few tips to make sure that your technique is very good.
  3. Snowboarding skill level (select the appropriate option if you selected snowboarding):
    • first steps - You have never been on a snowboard, or you need the assistance of another person in order to stand on a snowboard.
    • beginner - You are able to make turns on easy slopes, most of the time your entire snowboard is touching the ground, and you can stop using backside and frontside techniques.
    • basic - You have mastered riding a chairlift, you can turn smoothly on blue trails, you can stop using backside and frontside techniques without falling.
    • intermediate - You can make carving turns, you can ride down black trails, you can control your speed and direction, and you can slide down difficult passages and moguls on your heels.
    • advanced - You have fully mastered riding on the edges of the board, you are comfortable on black trails, and you can control your speed and direction on steep and icy slopes. You just need a few tips to make sure that your technique is very good.
  4. Snowboard – stance (leg position on the snowboard)
    • Regular - left foot in front
    • Goofy - right foot in front