Welcome to the Blazer community at Sugarbush! Generations of devoted skiers and their families have found a home in the Blazer program over the decades, and there still is no better way for Sugarbush kids to grow into all-mountain skiers here in New England’s best winter playground. Blazers write their own definition of Adventure every week. With a focus on teamwork to develop skills and promote our core values of safety, fun, and learning, the wider Blazer community creates truly lasting relationships between skiers and their families. Consistent groups and continuity of coaching allows participants to move forward and experience increasingly challenging adventures while becoming responsible stewards of our mountain environment.

Adventure Blazers meets every Saturday and Sunday from 9:00AM until 2:00 PM, January 1 through March 20, 2022. Participants must be linking turns with confidence on blue terrain and be able to ride a chairlift unassisted. Adventure Blazers are encouraged to attend every session to maximize fun, learning, stamina building, and group consistency.

Adventure Blazer Ski program is sold out for the season. Please check out the Schoolhouse 18 Day pass to our daily Sugar Bear program as an alternative.
Ages: 7-15
Ski/Ride Ability: Skiers linking turns with confidence on blue terrain and riding a chairlift unassisted.
Date/Time: Meets on snow every Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 AM until 2:00 PM, January 1 through March 20, 2022

Groups are formed the 1st two weekends of Blazers. It is important to be here so groups can be formed based on friendships, skill level, and pacing/ motivation levels.

All Adventure Blazers must have an Ikon or Sugarbush Premium Pass. Blazers includes a NASTAR Race Arena season pass.

Important Information

  • Ski & Ride Seasonal Program youth participants are required to wear a properly fitted and fastened winter sports helmet
  • Ski & Ride School participants (ages 6+) may ride lifts by themselves or with members of the general public
  • Ski & Ride School participants may use terrain features and jumps