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Program length: 14 weeks, 9am- +3:15pm with a 45 minute lunch break.
*Hot lunch (supervised) is included*
Make-up days will not be offered
All Mountain Friday is designed to give athletes access to a variety of coaches who offer a wide range of expertise. Whether your athlete has a desire to run gates, ride trails, ski a mogul course, or "shred the gnar", our coaches will create that opportunity while teaching skills and tactics for a great all mountain/all conditions experience. Groups will be determined by athlete area of interest, athlete ability and coaches' specialty. This program will complement athletes who might specialize in a particular discipline on Saturday and/or Sunday but also act as a great stand-alone program for the athlete skiing one day a week.
There will be groups and coaches with ability to ski practically anywhere on the mountain in almost any conditions. *At a minimum, to participate in this program, skiers should be able to get on and off the lift unassisted and be able to stop and make wedge turns on blue terrain*.
Skiers who do not meet these requirements or cannot commit to a 14-week program should consider one of the Ski and Ride School's shorter multi-week programs.
Click here for more information about Ski and Ride School programs.
DATES AND TIMES:
Fridays from Dec 1, 2017 thru Mar. 16, 2018 - Meets 9am-3:30pm
COST - Register By October 15 and SAVE $100!!
$1210 *Price does not include season pass Increase of $100 For registering After October 15, 2017
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