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Valley Ski and Ride Week

A 50-year tradition at Sugarbush, Valley Ski & Ride Week is the only true ski & ride week in New England. We kick off the week with a welcome breakfast on Monday morning starting at 8:00AM in Timbers Restaurant in Clay Brook.

Coached by some of our finest coaches, the on-snow sessions are Monday – Friday, 9:00AM to 12:00PM. Meet outside The Farmhouse at Lincoln Peak.

Just for fun, we host an après ski social on Thursday afternoon at 4:00PM.

Our motto here at Sugarbush is BE BETTER HERE, and VALLEY SKI & RIDE WEEK 2013 is a wonderful way to get there.


  • 5-Day Valley Ski & Ride Week, lesson only - $300 
  • 5-Day Valley Ski & Ride Week lesson with lift ticket - $418 
  • Both packages include Monday breakfast at Timbers Restaurant and Thursday après social 


  • Lessons run Monday through Friday 9:00AM to 12:00PM 
  • Kick-off breakfast: Monday, December 16, 8:00AM at Timbers Restaurant 
  • Après social: Thursday, December 19, 4:00PM 

For those interested in Telemark or Snowboarding, we will offer a group provided we get a minimum of (5) signed up to form each group. Our friendly reservations staff can direct you to local shops that rent telemark gear.

Beginners: please note that participation in Valley Ski and Ride Week is not intended for First Timers--we offer a special discounted program entitled First Timer to Life Timer specifically designed for those just starting out.

To register call 888-651-4827, or email skiandrideschool@sugarbush.com

Date: 12/16/2013
Time: 8:00AM - 12:00PM
Location: Lincoln Peak
Admission: Starting at $300
Area: Sugarbush Resort
For More Information:
Contact skiandrideschool@sugarbush.com
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