Learning to Ski with Parallel from the Start
Parallel from the Start (PFS) is designed with instruction techniques and rental equipment specifically for first-time skiers, ages 13+. One simple package includes your 90-minute lessons, beginner-specific rentals, and lift tickets.* PFS is affordable and easy - LEARN TO LOVE WINTER!
Learning to Snowboard with Burton LTR
Our Burton boards are specially designed to make your first and future days of riding the best they can be. Our snowboard instructors will help you get started at connecting your turns, and one simple package includes your 90-minute lessons, rentals, and lift tickets.* Burton LTR is affordable and easy - LEARN TO RIDE!
3 Days of Lift, Lesson, & Rentals: $169
2 Days of Lift, Lesson, & Rentals: $139
1 Day Option: $79
These PFS & LTS multi-day programs can be redeemed throughout the 2018-19 snow season on non-consecutive days. Complete our 3-day program and your card will get you frequent skier ticket discounts for the rest of the season (please note this card does not include the first or sixth day free). Single and multi-day programs are available daily and may be purchased in person at the Snow Sports Desk, upper level of the Northwoods Lodge. Reservations are not necessary.
Lessons meet on snow at 9:45am or 1:15pm (additional 10:45am option Saturday, Sunday, and daily during holiday periods). Choose from the packages above or reserve a Private Lesson for customized one-on-one coaching! Learn more about how to plan for your first day out.
*The ticket on your first day is a lower mountain ticket. For multi-day options, tickets on additional days provide full mountain access. Lift included with PFS/LTR programs vary between the three mountains.
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 sports safety!