Each location offers an extensive lineup of lesson options for those looking to take their first mountain turns, or strengthen current skills. Children, teens, adults and seniors can take advantage of a variety of skiing and riding offerings including group lessons, Ultimate 4 semi-private lessons, private lessons, specialty clinics and adaptive programs at select locations. Introduced for the season, Vail Resorts is offering new programs and products in an effort to increase women's participation in skiing and snowboarding. During select dates, resorts will offer the Women's Ultimate 4, a lesson for women where they can join fellow women and a female coach to learn or enhance skiing or riding skills in a small-group setting.
Ski School Spotlight: 7 Resorts with Fantastic Ski Workshops • The Liftie Report - lagorcerocks.com
The skiers and snowboarders all have smiles on their faces, ready to make the leap and conquer an epic run through deep powder. I could never do that? Everyone has a first day on skis, and good resorts have a system in place to ensure that you want to come back for the second day. A good ski school will help you get on skis or a snowboard for the first time in a comfortable setting. While all resorts have some kind of lessons, several in the U. They take what can be an intimidating process and make it fun.
Ski lesson/school choices - need advice - Vail Forum
Never skied before and want to make skiing centerpiece of the trip. Obviously need to book a lesson or school, but in my opinion specifics on the options per the Vail site are clear as mud. First thought I'd do the 3-day first time school with equipment, seems like a great deal, but here's the dilemma: What size is the class going to be, and if we catch on to the basics quickly are we going to be stuck with a group waiting for less coordinated skiiers to catch on?