Find Discounts During Learn To Ski & Snowboard Month
January is national national Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month and many Utah resorts are participating by offering special programs and discounts to new skiers and riders. SkiUtah.com has this article describing participation by local resorts. Below we give highlights. Check at each resort for specific details.
Alta offers a $239 first timer's package that includes 4 two-hour lessons, 4 beginner lift tickets, 4 days rental equipment, 25% off coupon for lunch at the Albion Grill.
Brian Head offers a $45 beginner lesson (2-hour lesson with rental and restricted lift ticket), plus a bounce-back discount.
Brighton has a ski and snowboard intro packages for $49. It include a 2-hour morning or afternoon lesson, all-day ski or snowboard rental and a full-day learner lift ticket.
Canyons Resort has a "Lucky 13 Offer" - $13 Beginner Lift Ticket (Learning Lifts Only), $13 First Time Learn to Ski or Snowboard Lesson (4.5 hours), $13 Beginner Equipment Rental.
Deer Valley is participating by offering Learn To Ski day on Saturday, Jan 25. For $39, participants get a lift ticket, ski rental and clinic. The number of participants is restricted.
Park City has a StartNOW program that costs $40 per day and includes lift ticket, ski or board rental and lessons.
Snowbird's "Learner Permit Pass" will be offered at half off (just $50) from Jan 5-31.
Solitude's First Time program includes three half-day lessons, equipment rental and lift tickets for $165. It is offered on select days in January.
Sundance is offering a $75 program that allows Utah residents to learn to ski or snowboard.
Wolf Mountain has a $39 package that includes lift ticket, 2-hour group lesson and equipment rental.
There are also includes incentives for experienced skiers and boarders to "bring a friend."