John Egan's Adventure Blazers

Youth Seasonal Programs at Sugarbush

  • Ages: 9 - 15
  • Ski/Ride, Ability: skiing, Black Diamond skiers
  • For young adventurers, ages 9 to 15, looking to ski all over Sugarbush's best trails, woods, bumps, parks and backcountry.
  • Led by Sugarbush's Chief Recreation Office himself, legendary extreme skier John Egan, Adventure Blazers write their own definition of adventure. Under John's leadership, Adventure Blazers provides a strong foundation of skills and instills an understanding of our core values of safety, fun and learning.

    Adventure Blazers meet every Saturday and Sunday from 9:15 AM (with a 9:30 AM departure) until 3:00 PM, December 14, 2013 to March 23, 2014. Adventure Blazers are encouraged to attend every session to maximize fun, learning and group consistency.

    Participants in Adventure Blazers must be advanced skiers and riders, able to ski comfortably on Black Diamond terrain. New participants in Adventure Blazers are asked to contact our staff at skiandride@sugarbush.com to assess their skill level. Adventure Blazers should be willing and able to explore steeps, trees, bumps, the terrain park, and backcountry terrain.

    Please be aware that some additional equipment or commitment may be necessary to participate in every adventure offered. Adventure Blazers must have a Sugarbush All Mountain Pass.

    Adventure Blazers includes a NASTAR Race Arena season pass and a 20% cafeteria food discount for use on program weekends.

    Registration is now closed.  Please call 888.651.4827 for more information. 

  • Price: $1,389 through 9/12/13 and $1,489 after 9/12/13
  • Contact Info: 888-651-4827, skiandrideschool@sugarbush.com
  • Seasonal Program Report (sign up!): Click here
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