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Stewards Academy

Science Specialist

Ski Trip to Eben, Austria.

Stewards Academy returned to the beautiful heights of Austria for a fun filled week of skiing and activities. Upon arrival to the fantastic region of Eben, the group was greeted with beautiful blue skies and warm sunny weather, a feature that would remain with them for almost the entirety of the week.

For the first three skiing days the group remained in Eben, a slightly smaller resort in the region. However during that time the three ski groups, that were created based upon previous experience and skiing ability, made huge amounts of progress.

As a result the instructors decided that the groups were ready to move to the larger site of Zauchensee. The resort of Zauchensee is a tougher ski with a much wider assortment of runs. The resort has been used for a variety of World cup events, including the Women’s Downhill Slalom event. This made the resort the perfect choice for the pupils to take up new challenges.

Rob Treamer, trip leader said: “Overall the entire ski team had a fantastic week of thrills and spills on the snow and ice. All of the pupils worked hard and surpassed their expectations. They conducted themselves extremely well and were very pleased with their progress and skiing ability.”