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舊 2008-07-03, 13:46   #1
kidkoala
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兩歲可以掌握到滑雪技巧嗎?

各位好,我係新會員,請多多指教... ^^

我的小兒將會在今年冬季兩歲生日了,不知兩歲可以掌握到滑雪技巧嗎? 有無人有經驗可以告訴我嗎?

Thanks!! :)
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舊 2008-07-03, 14:09   #2
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I think two years of age is a bit too early... 3~4 yrs old are good time to start...
Also, I don't think a 2 yr child can sit up on a chairlift by himself....and putting him on lap is not allowed too.

At least the child can ride ski carpet himself and be able to coordinate and control his leg muscles.

此篇文章於 2008-07-03 14:17 被 ozman 編輯。.
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舊 2008-07-03, 18:18   #3
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兩歲年紀太小了,一般四歲年紀會有比較大的機會學懂(即是說就算四歲也不一定可以學識)。
滑雪場天氣變化很大,照顧小朋友不容易的。

宜先帶小朋友學溜冰,習慣了氣溫低的環境,看小朋友是否適應高速移動,以及平衡力是否良好,還有鍛鍊腿部肌肉及協調能力等。
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舊 2008-07-04, 09:13   #4
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Generally, in Europe, the ski instructors agree 4 years old is the magic age.
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舊 2008-07-04, 18:14   #5
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I think two years of age is a bit too early... 3~4 yrs old are good time to start...
Also, I don't think a 2 yr child can sit up on a chairlift by himself....and putting him on lap is not allowed too.

At least the child can ride ski carpet himself and be able to coordinate and control his leg muscles.
hi Ozman,

thanks for your reply. maybe you're right, i think 2 years old is early too, it's just ME that want to push my son to learn that earlier so i'll have him to accompany me =)

oh ski carpet sounds fun too. seems like bring him on my trip and let him play carpet is a good start.
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舊 2008-07-04, 18:14   #6
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兩歲年紀太小了,一般四歲年紀會有比較大的機會學懂(即是說就算四歲也不一定可以學識)。
滑雪場天氣變化很大,照顧小朋友不容易的。

宜先帶小朋友學溜冰,習慣了氣溫低的環境,看小朋友是否適應高速移動,以及平衡力是否良好,還有鍛鍊腿部肌肉及協調能力等。
hi Mwtse,

學溜冰都是一個好方法,等我留意下最早幾歲可以學先... thanks!
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舊 2008-07-04, 18:15   #7
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Generally, in Europe, the ski instructors agree 4 years old is the magic age.
thanks Mike!

what do they mean by 'magic age'? is that mean easier to learn the skill by their instinct and braver then adult? do they believe the younger the better? because for me i like ski but i don't ski well because of fearfulness.
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舊 2008-07-04, 18:27   #8
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三歲以上會好少少, 我都曾經教過D三歲幾既小朋友玩SNOWBOARD.
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舊 2008-07-05, 00:14   #9
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thanks Mike!

do they believe the younger the better? because for me i like ski but i don't ski well because of fearfulness.

幾歲o既小朋友可以三十幾樓爬落街都唔驚,你得唔得呀?
:D
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舊 2008-07-05, 00:38   #10
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thanks Mike!

what do they mean by 'magic age'? is that mean easier to learn the skill by their instinct and braver then adult? do they believe the younger the better? because for me i like ski but i don't ski well because of fearfulness.


"Magic age" which is rental shops at the ski resorts have your child's size for gear renting.
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舊 2008-07-05, 00:50   #11
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My friend's daughter starting skiing at 3yrs old. She is now 5yrs, has skiied about 3 times and can already ski down an easy black with me.... Kids pick it up very fast, just need to get a good coach with experience and patience to teach kids.
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舊 2008-07-05, 07:05   #12
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thanks Mike!

what do they mean by 'magic age'? is that mean easier to learn the skill by their instinct and braver then adult? do they believe the younger the better? because for me i like ski but i don't ski well because of fearfulness.
In France and Switzerland, kids learn how to ski at the age of 4.
3 years old is a bit too young for the kids to understand and follow. 4 years seems to be the magic age, the ski instructors in Europe all agree 4 to 5 years old is the right age to learn skiing. Of course they all learn on real snow because of their close proximity to the ski slopes. Of course there is always exception. The following was posted in the old forum:

"I saw the following article which some of you might be interested if you are thinking of taking your kids skiing in Europe or USA next season and planning where to go?

Q. I want to take my young children away skiing with me. Can you suggest any particularly good resorts for small children?

A. The most important consideration is finding a "child friendly" resort. Consider picking a resort that has a short transfer time to resort and easily accessible beginner runs. Choosing accommodation which is close to the slopes makes things easier and means you can nip back to base if you need to. The best choice of accomodation is a family club hotel, chalet, or apartment for a cheaper option. Car free resorts are obviously a safer bet. Some resorts cater for very young children in ski schools or / non-skiing creches. For example, Mayrhofen take children from as young as 2yrs into ski school, and Mammoth and Lenzerheide both take new born babies into kindergarten. Here are some recommended resorts that we believe range from good to excellent for childcare:

Kitzbuhel / Schladming / St Johann in Tirol / Courchevel / Flaine / Megeve / Morzine / Valmorel / Vaujany / Alpe d'Huez / La Plagne / Les Arcs / Wengen / Grindelwald / Arosa / Murren / Are / Geilo / Vail / Copper Mountain / Smugglers Notch / Breckenridge / Beaver Creek / Lake Louise

Skiing with the family: FAQ's
1. What's the youngest age that I can take my child/children on a ski holiday?
This is really a parents own choice, there are no rules. A few resorts, such as Lenzerheide (Switzerland) and Mammoth (U.S.A) take new born babies in their creches. Many others take between 2 - 6 month babies. Research your resort to check the minimum age of children allowed.

2. What age should I start my child/children skiing?
The ESF (Ecole du Ski Francais) recommend that children between 4 and 5 years only ski for a couple of hours a day. This is of course only a recommendation, and a childs parent has the best knowledge of how long they are capable to ski.

3. I don't like the idea of leaving my child/children in the local creche while I'm skiing - is there another option?
There are other options available to you if you don't want to send your child/children to a local creche.
a/. in-house creches, run by qualified nannies from the UK. This can be a very good choice as some offer skiing in the afternoons for the children, dependent on their age and ability. Some tour operators have in-house creches
b/. private nanny, either in resort, through companies such as snowkidz.com, or from the UK, you can hire a nanny for your entire holiday.

4. What type of accommodation should I choose when taking my family skiing?
The best choice of accommodation when skiing with the family and young children, is either a Family Chalet or Family Club Hotel
Some Tour Operators offer accommodation geared up to taking children skiing with you, and these can be a great option; not only on a social level as there are other families with you, but also as all aspects of your holiday are aimed to help your children have more fun on holiday, and to make sure parents relax and enjoy a family holiday without stress.

5. Should my child/children wear helmets when skiing?
This is a very personal choice. However, many ski schools insist that children wear helmets during lessons. In Italy, as well as many resorts in America, children must wear helmets on the slopes at all times."

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舊 2008-07-07, 11:40   #13
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三歲以上會好少少, 我都曾經教過D三歲幾既小朋友玩SNOWBOARD.
hi Ryan,

係呀,三歲打後開始都好,三歲左右比佢玩定溜冰同雪兜先...
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舊 2008-07-07, 11:42   #14
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幾歲o既小朋友可以三十幾樓爬落街都唔驚,你得唔得呀?
:D
hi HKS,

呢個係真架,越細個越大膽,我自己就克服唔到咁高,之前去滑雪團有個小朋友三歲,day one 喺教練教導下以經玩到 beginner slope, day two 已經見佢 daddy mami 帶佢玩中級,小朋友真係玩得好勇! d 根骨柔軟,跌到就起返身,唔似我初初玩,跌到起地仲要 mor 一大論先起到身... :o
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舊 2008-07-07, 11:42   #15
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"Magic age" which is rental shops at the ski resorts have your child's size for gear renting.
yes, that's very true!
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