NOV 2018 - APR 2019, AGES 3-18

15-DAY LESSON PASS

2018.19

Ages 3-18. From the basics to mountain exploration one day at a time.  A fun learning environment with kids that are similar in age and ability levels. Lift line priority and small class ratio. Ability Levels 1-6.

  • Lift Line Priority
  • Can be used for Adventure Camps and 5 Day Ride Tribe Lessons.
  • Discounted additional days and adventure camps after 15 lessons - $71 per day (before tax).
  • Lunch is included.

3-18 YEARS

LEVELS 1-6 # DAYS CLASS RATIO PRICE
15 Day Lesson Pass
(Age 3-4)
15 5:1 $1205
15 Day Lesson Pass
(Age 5-6)
15 6:1 $1205
15 Day Lesson Pass
(Age 7-12)
15 6:1 $1659
15 Day Lesson Pass
(Age 13-18)
15 6:1 $1795

WHAT TO KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

Once you've booked your program
  • Please make sure you have your child’s season pass prior to the first day
  • Please make sure you have filled out the Vail Liability waiver or the pass will not be active. Once the Liability Waiver has been completed please email to wbreservations@vailresorts.com
  • When booking, ensure that the email address attached to your child’s profile is up to date, before the start of the program this email address will be added to a newsletter mailing list that will provide weekly updates including information for the first day. 
 
Getting your child prepared 
  • Bring all of your properly fitted ski equipment—boots, skis, helmet & goggles. Make sure children haven’t outgrown their equipment over the summer before the first day! Please ensure skis are waxed, tuned and the din settings have been reviewed recently.
  • Waterproof ski/snow suit and waterproof gloves or mitts.
  • Dressed appropriately for the weather/temperature. Dressing children in layers is always recommended. Thermal long underwear & proper ski socks are essential for your child’s comfort. Thin balaclavas are also great for fitting under the helmet and protecting your child’s face & neck in the cold.
  • Whistles are recommended for all of our club programs, they should be attached top of the jacket to be easily accessible.
  • Hand and toe warmers are a great idea for cold days.
 
Prepping for your lesson
  • Get a good nights sleep
  • Eat a healthy breakfast
  • Drink plenty of water to ensure you are hydrated
  • Don't forget the sunscreen
  • It's always a good idea to stretch and warm-up
 

Program Details - 15 Day Lesson Pass

  • November - April (any day Whistler Kids is offering group lessons)


Once you've booked your program

  • Please make sure you have your child’s season pass prior to the first day
  • Please make sure you have filled out the Vail Liability waiver or the pass will not be active. Once the Liability Waiver has been completed please email to wbreservations@vailresorts.com
  • When booking, ensure that the email address attached to your child’s profile is up to date, before the start of the program this email address will be added to a newsletter mailing list that will provide weekly updates including information for the first day. 
 

Getting your child prepared 

  • Bring all of your properly fitted ski equipment—boots, skis, helmet & goggles. Make sure children haven’t outgrown their equipment over the summer before the first day! Please ensure skis are waxed, tuned and the din settings have been reviewed recently.
  • Waterproof ski/snow suit and waterproof gloves or mitts.
  • Dressed appropriately for the weather/temperature. Dressing children in layers is always recommended. Thermal long underwear & proper ski socks are essential for your child’s comfort. Thin balaclavas are also great for fitting under the helmet and protecting your child’s face & neck in the cold.
  • Whistles are recommended for all of our club programs, they should be attached top of the jacket to be easily accessible.
  • Hand and toe warmers are a great idea for cold days.
 

Prepping for your lesson

  • Get a good nights sleep
  • Eat a healthy breakfast
  • Drink plenty of water to ensure you are hydrated
  • Don't forget the sunscreen
  • It's always a good idea to stretch and warm-up