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Adult Group Lessons

Lessons at BOTH Lincoln Peak & Mt. Ellen

  • Ages: Adults and teens over 13 years
  • Ski/Ride, Ability: Ski and Ride, beginner and intermediate skiers / riders comfortably turning on easy green terrain.
  • Lesson Type: Group Lesson
  • Cancellation Policy: Click here for details.
  • Starting Point: The Farmhouse at Lincoln Peak and Mt. Ellen Base Lodge on weekends and holidays
  • Contact Info: 888-651-4827, skiandrideschool@sugarbush.com
  • Once skiers and riders can turn and ride our magic carpet lift or better, working with our pros to develop skills in a group setting is a fun and rewarding way for our guests to spend a morning, an afternoon or both. Our group lessons are the perfect way to gain confidence, to reinforce the basics, and to expand your horizons at Sugarbush, especially for new skiers and riders who have completed the 1st Timer Packages.

    Two-hour group lesson are offered twice daily and meet outside at the Farmhouse Meeting Place 15-minutes prior to the beginning of the lesson.
     

    Please note that a minimum number of 2 participants per group applies for Adult Group Lessons.  Groups with one participant will be one hour in duration.

     
    Rates and Hours:

     2014/15

    Midweek

    Weekends & Holidays

    Hours

    Morning Session

    $50

    $60

    10:00 AM–12:00 PM

    Afternoon Session

    $50

    $60

    1:00-3:00 PM

    Two Sessions*

    $100

    $100

     

    Holiday Dates: December 26, 2014-January 4, 2015, January 17-19, 2015, February 14-22, 2015.

    Lessons available at Mt. Ellen on weekends and holiday periods.

     

    *May be taken any time group lessons are offered throughout the season 

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