This has been attended by over 2,500 skiers over the two years. We have taken the exact techniques from several Sugar Bowl’s pro skiers on what works in their training and put it ALL in this one course.
Lessons for All Ages and Levels.
YES! You can be absolutely UNSTOPPABLE on skis. By learning this system, you are going to take out the frustration, the slow-trick learning, the falling, and the mediocrity.
Skiing is one of the most amazing sports in the world!
Want to effortlessly fly down slopes through powder? Ski Lessons of Sugar Bowl teaches the 10-Point Learning System. A system recommended by the U.S. -Russian Consulate General.
Now is a perfect time.
Experience the lesson on a fresh snow day!
Are you Ready to Have a Blast!?
- How To Go Fast On The Board
- Basic Maneuvers
Why Sugar Bowl is Ideal for Skiing:
Historic Legacy: Sugar Bowl is one of the oldest ski resorts in California, founded in 1939. Its rich history adds to the charm of the resort, providing a unique experience for visitors.
Snowfall: With an average annual snowfall of over 500 inches, Sugar Bowl boasts reliable and quality snow conditions throughout the winter season.
Terrain Variety: The resort features 1,650 skiable acres and a vertical drop of 1,500 feet, providing a diverse range of terrain suitable for all skill levels.
Best Ares For Beginners:
White Pine Area: Perfect for beginners, the White Pine Area offers gentle slopes and dedicated learning zones, ensuring a comfortable environment for those new to skiing.
Coldstream Area: Another great option for beginners, the Coldstream Area provides beginner-friendly trails with gradual pitches, allowing new skiers to build confidence.
Best Areas For Intermediate Skiers:
Lincoln Express: Intermediate skiers can explore the Lincoln Express area, featuring a mix of blue-square runs with varying degrees of difficulty. It offers a great balance of challenge and enjoyment.
Judah Express: This area provides a range of intermediate trails, allowing skiers to progress their skills while enjoying scenic views.
For Kids and Families:
Kid’s World: Sugar Bowl has a dedicated area for children called Kid’s World, providing a safe and fun environment for young skiers to learn and play.
Royal Gorge: The nearby Royal Gorge Cross Country Resort offers a variety of family-friendly cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails.
Before and After Ski:
Parking: Ample parking is available at the base of Sugar Bowl for visitors’ convenience.
The Belt Room Bar & Dining: Located at the Sugar Bowl Village, it offers a cozy atmosphere and a diverse menu, perfect for après-ski dining.
The Lodge at Sugar Bowl: Situated at 629 Sugar Bowl Rd, the lodge provides dining options with beautiful views of the surrounding mountains.
Relaxation After Skiing:
Spa at Sugar Bowl: While there isn’t a specific spa at Sugar Bowl, there are nearby spas like the Spa at Squaw Creek, providing relaxation and rejuvenation.
Sugar Bowl Village: The village offers a charming setting for post-ski relaxation, with shops and cafes to explore.
Donner Memorial State Park: Located at 12593 Donner Pass Rd, the state park offers opportunities for hiking and exploring the beautiful surroundings.
Truckee: The nearby town of Truckee, just a short drive away, has a vibrant downtown with shops, restaurants, and bars for additional entertainment.
Sugar Bowl Address
629 Sugar Bowl Rd, Norden, CA
We meet outside of the base lodge for your first lesson. When ready, we take you down your first beginner trail.
Sugar Bowl Investment: (Full equipment rental available)
Private Lessons (Offered at Sugar Bowl ) – From $87.50/Student/Lesson
Group Lessons From $69/Student/ Lesson