A safe and fun learning experience for our youngest guests is the best way to ensure a lifetime filled with passion for snow sports.

Micro Blazers works best for families who can commit to every weekend, and provides an age-appropriate introduction to our safe and secure mountain playground.

The full-day program consists of indoor play, familiarization with equipment and basic movements, two on-snow sessions that develop skill and enthusiasm for sliding on snow, and lunch. Developing comfort with our team of coaches and making friends with other Micro Blazers fosters the first sense of community and shared responsibility within our youngest members. Continuity, familiarity, and mileage keeps kids engaged in the fun of an ever-expanding adventure. Children will be advanced in ability appropriate groups depending on their individual week-to-week progress and stamina.

Micro Blazers is sold out for the season. Please check out the Schoolhouse 18 Day Pass to our daily Micro Bear program as an alternative.
Ages: 3 - 4
Ski/Ride Ability: Skiing; All ability levels
Date/Time: Full Day Micro Blazers meet at The Schoolhouse every Saturday and Sunday from 8:30 AM (drop off until 9:15 AM) to 2:00 PM, January 1 through March 20, 2022.

Full Day Micro Blazers meet at The Schoolhouse every Saturday and Sunday,January 1 through March 20, 2022. Drop off between 8:30 and 9:15 AM. Program runs until 2:00 PM Lunch is included.

Micro Blazers do not need any skiing experience. All Micro Blazers must have an Ikon or Sugarbush Premium Pass. Parents should be aware that daily on-hill lesson duration will depend on each group’s energy and behavior. If children show signs of fatigue and/or take a nap they may not go on snow during the second half of the day.

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