You would be forgiven for thinking you were seeing and hearing double.
Meet Sarah Norton.. Emma’s younger and equally talented ski instructing sister.
A former ski racer and ex-British team athlete, Sarah has skied all over Europe and from Norway to the US, Australia and New Zealand. As well as many years experience working as a ski instructor and well respected ski coach, Sarah is also a qualified adaptive instructor and presents ski fitness sessions making good use of her sports science degree.
Summers are spent either travelling or back home helping run the family quad bike trekking business while also making time to go mountain biking, horse riding and exploring the Scottish Highlands and Islands.
Dedicated to snowsports and with a great love of the mountains, Sarah is keen to pass on her skills and experience whether its teaching beginners or helping seasoned skiers of whatever age and ability polish their technique.
No Irn Bru or deep fried Mars Bars for Emma and Sarah…these are two hard working, fun loving, top class ski instructors from the Scottish Highlands who have flown 500 miles and have flown 500 more just to ski with you!
3 reasons to ski with Sarah:
1. I would love to share my knowledge, experience and passion for snowsports with you. One of the best things about my job is to see people conquer reservations and learn new skills while having fun and enjoying being out on the mountain at the same time.
2. I will listen to what your aims are for each lesson and will help you successfully work towards those goals whether you are a complete beginner or a more experienced skier wanting tips on improving your technique.
3. I have a vast knowledge and experience of snowsports. I just love to ski and I want to share that passion for being out in the mountains.
Sarah is a class act. My 11 year old lacks confidence and she was just brilliant with him.
Sarah was great! Friendly, patient and really had an eye for how we were progressing and when we were ready for the next step. I would definitely use Summit again!