You can learn Skiing completely in 2 weeks! This class has been attended by over 2,500 skiers over the two years. We have taken the exact techniques from several Sugarbush’s pro riders on what works best in their training and put it 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 frustration, the slow-trick learning, the falling, and the mediocrity.
Sugarbush Ski Resort: Vermont's Alpine Wonderland
Nestled in the picturesque town of Warren, Vermont, Sugarbush Ski Resort stands out among the state’s legendary winter destinations. When compared to other Vermont ski resorts, Sugarbush distinguishes itself with its expansive terrain, diverse slopes, and a perfect blend of tradition and modernity. Let’s dive into the nuances, exploring the pros and cons that make Sugarbush a must-visit winter haven.
Varied Terrain: Sugarbush boasts diverse slopes, catering to all skill levels.
Charming Ambiance: The classic Vermont charm is palpable in every corner of Sugarbush.
Snow Quality: With an elevation that ensures quality snow, it’s a haven for winter sports enthusiasts.
Crowds on Weekends: Weekends can get busy, especially during peak ski season.
Best Areas for Different Skill Levels:
Beginners/First-Time Skiers: The Schoolhouse area and Sundown are perfect for those taking their first slides.
Intermediates: Slide into Stein’s Run or Rumble for a mix of challenge and scenic beauty.
Experts: Conquer the Castlerock area or take on the steeper sections of Paradise.
Suggested Slopes for Different Occasions:
Full Day Ride: Traverse from Lincoln Peak to Mt. Ellen for a day of exploration.
Shorter Rides: For quick, exhilarating rides, explore Organgrinder or Moonshine.
FAQ - Locals Recommendations:
Stay: The Clay Brook Hotel & Residences offer slopeside luxury accommodations.
Park: Utilize the resort’s parking lots, and consider shuttles for easier access.
Lift Passes: Purchase multi-day passes for added savings.
Rent Gear: Visit the Farmhouse Rental Shop for high-quality equipment.
Eat: Relish local cuisine at Rumble’s Kitchen for a taste of Vermont’s culinary delights.
Drink: Try the locally brewed IPAs or warm up with a classic hot apple cider.
Relax After Ski: Unwind at the Allyn’s Lodge Cabin, offering stunning sunset views.
Party: Join après-ski festivities at the Castlerock Pub or The Wünderbar.
See: Don’t miss the breathtaking views from the Valley House Double chairlift.
Go with Kids or Teens: Explore the Blue Tooth Scavenger Hunt for a family-friendly adventure.
Best Location for Photos: Capture the iconic Sugarbush Covered Bridge against a snowy backdrop.
Must Visit for Seniors: Discover the Mad River Valley Arts Center for local artistic expression.
Shopping: Browse the quaint shops in Warren Village for unique Vermont crafts.
Souvenirs: Bring home a locally crafted Sugarbush ornament or Vermont maple syrup as a sweet reminder of your alpine escape.
Skiing is one of the most amazing sports in the world!
Do you want to effortlessly fly down slopes through powder? Ski Lessons of Sugarbush teaches the 10-Point Learning System. This is the fastest step-by-step system out there. A system recommended by the U.S. -Russian Consulate General.
Now is a perfect time.
Experience the thrill of an experienced skier.
Fun and Satisfaction are Guaranteed!
- Weight Distribution
- Learn How To Balance
- Downhill, Cruising, or Slalom
- How To Use The Board For Transportation and Bomb the Steeps
- Basic Maneuvers (Power slide, Fast Turns, Ski Turns, etc)
- Intermediate (Moguls, Glade technique, Pole Planting)
- How to Ride the Half pipe, Get air, Grind, and do Tricks
1840 Sugarbush Access Rd, Warren, VT
We meet outside of the base lodge for your first lesson. When ready, we take you down your first beginner trail.
Sugarbush Investment: (Full equipment rental available)
Private Lessons (Offered at Sugarbush ) – From $87.50/Student/Lesson
Group Lessons From $69/Student/ Lesson