Schedule Update: No Program Saturday, January 11 or Sunday, January 12
Makeup dates have been added onto our 6-week program schedule: Saturday, February 29 or Sunday, March 1
Six-Week Programs for Kids - 2019-2020
Your child will ski or ride with others of similar ability, with consistent coaching each week. We'll explore a variety of terrain while developing a strong foundation of skills, with an emphasis on safety and fun. Programs meet for 6 Saturdays OR 6 Sundays, with a choice of all-day and morning-only options. A rental add-on is available. We also offer a Season-Long Program for kids ages 4-12*.
6 Saturdays: January 4, 25, February 1, 8, 22, and 29**
6 Sundays: January 5, 26, February 2, 9, 23, and March 1**
**No programs January 11, 12, 18, 19, February 15, and 16
Important: Please CLICK HERE to review important notes for parents.
Please plan to attend Registration on the first day of program, 8-9am, in the Mountain Adventure Room in the upper level of the Northwoods Lodge to receive your child's program pass and group assignment, and to learn other important information. After Registration, and on all other program days, your child will meet with their group outside at 9:15am between the Greenway Conveyor and the base of the Sunway Chair. You'll pick up your child in the same location at the end of each session (Noon for Morning-Only program or 3:30pm for All-Day participants).
While group levels are pre-assigned, participants' skiing or riding abilities will be assessed during their first session to determine if they would benefit by moving to another group of similar ability.
9:15am-3:30pm. Includes lift ticket and lunch on program days.
$743 after 12/2/19, or $545 for junior passholders
Include Rental Equipment $908 after 12/2/19
9:15am-Noon. This option includes lift ticket valid during the lesson only. Purchase an afternoon lift ticket upgrade for $15 daily, or our six-week upgrade card that is valid for lift access during the afternoons on each of your child's six program days for $75.
$496 after 12/2/19, or $362 for junior passholders
Include Rental Equipment $661 after 12/2/19
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (518) 251-4804.
4-Week Lesson Program for Parents
Schedule Update: Parent program start date has been adjusted to Saturday, January 25 and Sunday, January 26
We're offering parents of children participating in our multi-week programs their own class lesson program that coincides with their kids' lesson times. This program is a for skiers and snowboarders of all abilities.
Parent programs meet:
4 Saturdays: January 25, February 1, 8, and 22 (No program February 15)
4 Sundays: January 26, February 2, 9, and 23 (No program February 15)
7-Week Program for Homeschool Families
Join our Friday lift & lesson program for homeschool students and their parents- a great opportunity to get the whole family out for exercise, fresh mountain air, and fun on the snow, all while building your skiing/riding skills. An all-day lift ticket and 90-minute class lesson are included each day. Classes are grouped by similar age and ability level. Lessons are in session 1:30-3pm giving families time for a few warm-up runs before, and a chance to practice your new skills after. Tickets are also for same-day access to twilight skiing and riding at the Ski Bowl! Program meets on Fridays- January 10-February 28 (no program February 21).
Lessons gather outside at our regular lineup stations below the base of the Sunway Chair at 1:15pm.
Student lift & lesson: $175, or $301 with rental equipment included
Parent lift & lesson: $235, or $361 with rental equipment included
Passholder rate (student or parent): $130
To purchase your program, please call (518) 251-4804 or email email@example.com.
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 a helmet with them 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!