NEW! Ages 3-4 Multi-Week Lessons
Group ski lessons for ages 3 & 4
We got tired of having to “kick out” all of the 3 year olds from our lesson programs so we created a program specifically for them!
We wanted to create a program that allows our younger skiers to still be in a group atmosphere where they can learn developmentally appropriate skills on the snow! Our programs are fully-supervised in a group atmosphere. Children will learn and enhance age and ability-appropriate skills including learning to build confidence, balance, and coordination with a fun introduction to skiing! We only offer group ski lessons for this age group, not snowboard. The maximum group size for this age group is 4 kids.
If your child is…
- Not quite old enough for our Small Tracks or Little Stars programs
- Prefers smaller groups
- Is new to skiing
- Looking for a shorter class option
Then this program is for them!
Tiny Tracks – previously known as Pre School Ski – is a 45 minute group ski lesson for our littlest skiers ages 3 and 4. Children will work on balance, confidence, and learning the basics of skiing. Class begins week of 1 January 2024.
Our littles programs were so popular we added a weekend option! Mini Stars is a 1 hour group ski lesson for our littlest skiers ages 3 and 4. Children will work on balance, confidence, and learning the basics of skiing. Class begins week of 1 January 2024.
There will be a maximum of 4 children per instructor for this program.
Tiny Tracks is 45 minutes long and Mini Stars is 1 hour.
No, your child has to be 3 years old by the start of the program to participate
No. This class is specifically designed for our youngest learners. We have other programs in place for older children.
Our new pre school ski program is designed for new skiers ages 3 and 4 years. If your child can already ski from the top of our hill, we recommend checking out one of our other programs.
Parents should be on site for the duration of the class to help their child should they need a potty break or personal item. Parents are asked to stay at the bottom of the hill so that our instructors an do their jobs. Children tend to pay better attention if the parent is at the bottom of the hill or on the patio. This will help your child with confidence and independence as well!