Mini Blazers - Full Day

Youth Seasonal Programs at Sugarbush

  • Ages: 5 - 6
  • Ski/Ride, Ability: Skiing; Levels 4 - 7
  • A fun-filled, full-day mountain adventure for young skiers and riders, ages 5 to 6.
  • A mountain adventure for young skiers and riders, Mini Blazers works best for families and kids who can commit to every weekend. Learning with the same kids and coaches is a wonderful way to make skiing and riding at Sugarbush a major component of growing up with the mountains as a playground. Consistent groups and continuity of coaching promote a fun and safe environment in which to experience snow-filled adventures and to gain the skills necessary to ski and ride with confidence.

    Mini Blazers meet on snow every Saturday and Sunday from 9:15 AM (with a 9:30 AM departure) to 3:00 PM, December 13, 2014 to March 22, 2015.

    Mini Blazers must be linking turns with confidence on green terrain access off of chair lifts and be able to ride a chair lift unassisted. Skiers should be moving with the terrain and not skiing defensively in a wedge.

    Groups are typically formed during the first two weekends in December. Participants are urged to attend so that our coaches can establish groups that work well together and have a blast for the remainder of the season.

    All Mini Blazers must have a Sugarbush All Mountain Pass ($30 fee for kids 6 and under).  Mini Blazers includes a NASTAR Race Arena season pass and a 20% cafeteria food discount for use on program weekends.

    Registration opens Monday, August 4, 2014

  • Price: $1,399 through 9/10/14 and $1,599 after 9/10/14
  • Contact Info: 888-651-4827, skiandrideschool@sugarbush.com
  • Seasonal Program Report (sign up!): Click here
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