07 March 2017

Forty students from Seniors jetted off to Canada in half term for a week of skiing and activities in the beautiful Marmot Basin region of Jasper, Alberta.

They enjoyed fantastic views, access to 1675 acres of skiable slopes and a range of apres-ski activities, including ice skating.

The area has an impressive snowfall record and the students received five hours of ski tuition per day. The diverse terrain was suitable for all abilities, so everyone could enjoy the fun, while also enjoying a challenge if desired.

The group stayed at the Lobstick Lodge in the centre of Jasper’s National Park, which was a perfect location for enjoying the surrounding areas.