The ski resorts of Summit County have trained beginner skiers and snowboarders for years and many of these teaching programs have shifted their focus towards attracting young adults. The Summit County resorts are passionate about their training capabilities and strive to pass along that lifelong enjoyment to individuals of all ages in the form of skiing or snowboarding. Whether planning a single visit, multiple visits or visits with numerous beginners, Real Estate of the Summit can help you find the most suitable, first-time adult ski or snowboard lessons!
For those avid adult beginners pursuing lessons at either Breckenridge or Keystone Ski Resorts this winter, you will find great opportunities with a variety of different package discounts! Breckenridge has introduced the Adult Discovery Series package, which includes three full day group lessons, with included lift ticket and equipment rentals for as low as $320. Pass restrictions may apply. This is the ideal setting for adult ski or snowboard lessons if heading out alone for a lesson!
Groups visiting Summit County with multiple learners may find the Keystone adult ski or snowboard lessons the most appealing. This season, Keystone announced their buy two beginner lessons, get the third one free program, which starts at an all time low of $262. Limited access tickets at Keystone are also available to those participating in a day of lessons for just $15. Make sure to ask a Keystone representative for more information!
Planning multiple visits to Summit County this winter? Copper Mountain Resort announced unbeatable deals with the new Ski and Ride University this winter season! With the new Ski and Ride U, individuals completely new to downhill sports can enlist in the program for just $199. This deal guarantees three days of ski or snowboard lessons with lift tickets and equipment rentals. Three days of free parking is included and lunch will be provided on the 2nd and 3rd day as well. What we like best about the adult ski or snowboard lessons is that after “graduating” on the 3rd day, participants receive a Copper Mountain Season Pass to use for the rest of the winter!
The first day will consist of either a morning or afternoon half-day class. There will be standard etiquette and equipment training before being introduced to Green Acres, the new terrain created specifically for beginner training. This beginner specific area provides a non-intimidating gentle slope, while also offering a short chair lift to capture the skill of getting on and off with ease. The second and third day include full day ski lessons where instructors build confidence in performance and balance before introducing new terrain. Program reservations are limited and must be purchased in person at either the Copper Mountain Guest Services or the Mountain Sports Sales Center!
If you enjoyed this article, feel free to contact Dennis Clauer at (970) 389-5165 for more local Summit County information and professional real estate guidance!