Jack Murray
From:
Reading, England
Number of seasons teaching:
9
Discipline:
Ski, Adaptive
Qualifications:
BASI level 3
About:

My first ski experience, was on Bracknell dry ski slope, aged 10. Since then, I haven’t stopped sliding down a big hill with skis on. At 18, I left school and quickly qualified as a ski instructor, teaching in the Swiss alps to the ski fields of New Zealand. Ski instruction, very fortunately, allows me to pass on my enjoyment of skiing, and let’s me do what I love everyday!

In the summer:
I tend to keep it winter, fly to New Zealand for more teaching and skiing etc. This summer I stayed in Zermatt and enjoyed the life of flip flops and barbecues. Passing time with climbing, biking, hiking and obviously some summer skiing on the glacier.
My Zermatt insider tip is:
You want a good pizza in town that’s not heavy on the wallet? The North Wall bar.
If I wasn't a Summit instructor:
3 reasons to ski with me:
1. I can make the lesson tailored to your needs. Whether that be fine tuning your skiing skills or making you progress to your next step in an easy going environment.
2. I will try to make your holiday the best it can be. Showing you the best views, lunch spots and more importantly, pistes!
3. I’m very enthusiastic and will keep you safe and having fun.