Tune up your turns with a 90-minute class lesson!
Get pointers on improving your skills and making tactical choices, whether you are an advanced level skier or rider, or learning for the first time. Lesson times are 10am & 1:30pm daily, with an additional 11am option on Saturdays and Sundays, and during holiday periods. No reservations necessary- grab your lesson voucher or package from the Snow Sports Desk in the Northwoods Lodge. Please plan on being at your lineup station below the base of the Sunway Chair 15 minutes prior to lesson time.
The most value-packed way to improve your skiing/riding skills! This package includes a 90-minute lesson and an all-mountain lift ticket. We recommend this program for skiers and riders, novice to expert, who have already spent at least one day on the slopes. First-timers can find their programs by following the links below. Complete our 3-day program and you will receive a SKI3 Frequent Skier Card to get you ticket discounts and bring-a-friend perks for the rest of the season (please note this card will not include the first day free after issuance).
3 Days of Lift Tickets & Lessons: $267, $369 with rentals
1-Day Ticket & Lesson: $96, $130 with rentals
Available daily, please register in person at the Snow Sports Desk.
Already have your ticket and gear? Class & Private Lessons are also available daily!
For skiers and riders that already have their lift ticket and equipment. 90 minutes of coaching for all levels, beginner to expert.
Brand New to Skiing or Riding?
These packages are available daily and include lift, lesson, and rentals with 1 or 3-day options for first-timers, ages 13+.
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Improve Your Skills with a Specialty Program- Options for Teens & Adults
Please note that all lesson programs require participants (ages 17 & under) to be wearing a helmet. If you purchase your program with rentals, a helmet is included in the package. If children are using their own equipment, they must bring their helmet or plan to rent one upon arrival. Thank you for your cooperation toward our effort of increasing safety on the slopes. Visit LidsOnKids.org to learn more about helmets and snow sport safety!