Max 4 Adventure Workshops

Lessons at BOTH Lincoln Peak & Mt. Ellen

  • Ages: Adults and teens over 13 years
  • Ski/Ride, Ability: Ski and Ride, entry-level Black Diamonds and above
  • Lesson Type: Group Lesson
  • Cancellation Policy: Click here
  • Starting Point: The Farmhouse at Lincoln Peak and Mt. Ellen Base Lodge on weekends and holidays
  • Contact Info: 888-651-4827, skiandrideschool@sugarbush.com
  • Expert instruction for the expert skiers and riders in each of us!
  • Catering to skiers and riders looking to gain confidence and develop their skills on our legendary advanced terrain, Max 4 Adventure Workshops are small and personalized group lessons with a four-person maximum.  Max 4 is perfect for black diamond skiers and riders looking for the fun of individualized instruction in a group setting with like-minded people of the same ability level.

    And when the snow really hits ... our expert coaches can guide you through Sugarbush's exceptional wilderness terrain. With access to all of our woods and steeps, including the Slide Brook Wilderness area, our expert level guests have access to learning adventures like no other in the East.

    Two-hour group lesson offered twice daily.  Max 4 meets outside at the Farmhouse Meeting Place 15-minutes prior to the beginning of the lesson.

    Rates and Hours:



    Weekends & Holidays


    Morning Session



    10:00 AM–12:00 PM

    Afternoon Session



    1:00-3:00 PM

    AM and PM Session*




    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.

    *Instruction is with the same coach for both sessions

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