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Family Private Full Day Ski Lesson

Lesson Type: Private

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Things to Know

Things to Know

Once you've booked a lesson

  • You can change your reservation by calling (866) 231-0667
  • Changes must be made 48 hours before lesson start date
  • Lessons are never cancelled because of weather

On the day of your lesson

  • Come ready to put some fun in those fundamentals
  • Please arrive 30 minutes before your lesson begins
  • Bring all your equipment – we'll show you how it all goes together 
  • Dress warm and in layers

Prepping for your lesson

  • Get a good nights sleep
  • Eat a healthy breakfast
  • Drink plenty of water to ensure you are hydrated
  • Don't forget the sunscreen
  • It's always a good idea to stretch and warm-up

 

*Gratuities for coaches are not a requirement but an appropriate and appreciated gesture. A 15-20% gratuity based on the cost of the lesson will make your coach feel very appreciated and valued.

FAQ'S

You should select the level that you are currently skiing/riding at, not what you want to become. If you are unclear or uncertain of your level, please read below to see our description of zones of learning. All you need to select is beginner, intermediate or advanced. Upon arrival, we will combine you with other guests of the same skill level with your zone.

Get in the ZONE

We split the lessons into what 'zone' you ski in; beginner, intermediate, and advanced. For instance within the beginner zone, there are skiers/boarders that are first-timers, up to those just starting on intermediate runs. Within that zone, you will be matched up with other students that are at your level. So all you really need to let us know is if you ski on beginner, intermediate, or advanced runs, that's the level of lesson to take.

How early do I have to wake up?

  • Lessons start at 9:00 AM
  • Arrive 1 hour prior to the scheduled start time of your lesson
  • Allow extra time if you need rental equipment that morning
  • Please remember to have all rental equipment with you when you arrive at the lesson meeting spot

Remember To Bring:

  • Dress in layers. This allows you to adjust to changing temperatures
  • Eye Protection; sunglasses or goggles
  • Good Gloves - Your gardening gloves won't make the cut
  • Good Socks - A well-fitted pair of wool or synthetic wool socks, not too thick. Cotton socks aren't recommended.
  • Waterproof jackets and pants will keep you warmer and more comfortable
  • Water - it's important to stay hydrated at dry altitude
  • A Snack - something small that will fit in a pocket to keep up energy
  • Credit Card or cash for payment and any food you may want to buy on the mountain
  • Sunblock - the suns rays and its reflection off the snow are powerful at this altitude
  • And of course: Skis, snowboard, boots, poles (you'd be surprised how many people forget)

Adaptive Programs

Adaptive skiing applies to ski/snowboard instruction of individuals with special needs. It's about adapting the ski equipment for each person's unique needs and adapting the ski instruction as well. Our Adaptive Ski School programs are recognized as leaders in providing first class instruction and training to people of all disabilities both physical and cognitive. We provide instruction in alpine skiing, snowboarding and cross-country skiing.

Choose one of our Resorts below for more information on specific programs: