Harry has had years of experience as an international ski/freestyle instructor and would love to share his passion with you in the mountains. Harry will listen carefully to what you want from your lesson and will focus on your needs, fears and abilities, so that he can help you get the best out of yourself.
Zermatt being his winter home for the past 6 years means He has a vast knowledge of what will suit you whether you’re a beginner to high level skier or someone that just wants to shred the park!
Why did you choose to teach skiing?
Sport has always been a part of my life from my father’s motorcycle career, being coached by inspirational surf coaches from early age, they’ve always instilled into me to have true passion and love for what you do, I am a ski coach because I love doing what I do every day!
What do you do in the summer?
In the summer you will find me chasing the swell and delivering international surf coaching all over Europe. Being on the road means the campervan becomes home for me and my girlfriend. My other passion is working on and riding motorcycles.
Where is your favourite part of Zermatt to ski?
Favourite place to ski in Zermatt has to be either hot-dogging my way down the bumps on Paradise or going big in the park on the spring days!
Why did you choose Zermatt?
Being my 7th season in Zermatt ‘I must like it’. It must be one of the most incredible places I have skied and lived in, especially having the advantage to cross the border into Italy expanding the skiing terrain massively.
What handy tip do you have for anyone visiting Zermatt?
If you’ve put away the skis for the day, but are still looking for an adrenaline rush or some family fun, take the train up to Gornergrat Observatory check out the 360° views, grab yourself a sledge and ride down the sledge route to Riffelberg, guaranteed laughter all round!