Register for the last 3 weeks of the series at a discounted rate: $75 / $100.
Tired of spending the winter indoors? Curious to try out a new sport that can last you a lifetime? Join our beginner breakfast club! This is meant for adult beginner skiers looking to learn how to cross-country ski or have been out a couple of times and would like to ski with other novice skiers. An exceptional value and great way to get into the sport and outside. You'll wish for winter to never end!
Only 15 spots available. Please register by December 31st.
January 4th: 1 hour beginner group lesson with a Notchview Ski Instructor followed by a short group ski. Coffee, tea, pastry & fruit in the lodge afterwards.
January 18th: 30 minute refresher with a Notchview Ski Instructor followed by a short group ski. Coffee, tea, pastry & fruit in the lodge afterwards.
February 1st: 30 minute refresher with a Notchview Ski Instructor followed by a short group ski. Ski to the Trela Shelter for coffee, tea, pastry & fruit at the shelter.
February 15th: Final club meeting. 30 minute refresher with a Notchview Ski Instructor. Ski out to the hidden troll house to warm up and have waffles with Berkshire maple syrup!
Make winter fun again! Cross-country skiing is a great way to enjoy the outdoors during the winter season while staying active. Notchview’s beautiful trails and friendly instructors provide a welcoming experience for new skiers interested in the sport. This program will enable you to learn the basics of Nordic skiing and give you the confidence to head out on Notchview’s beginner trail system on your own.
Have a group of friends interested in learning together with the Learn to Ski Program? Ski with your friends and come as a group! Let us know in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
This program includes:
Nonmember Adult: $90 (3 lessons, rentals, & day pass)
Nonmember Child (10 and up): $75
Member Adult: $72
Member Child (10 & up): $60
Our PSIA-certified Ski School offers fun, friendly instruction for all ages (8+) in classic and skate style skiing. Beginners and intermediate skiers alike benefit greatly from one or more lessons - learning or improving their technique and skiing safely. Lessons cover a range of topics to safely navigate varied terrain - falling and getting back up safely, the basics of getting up and down hills, and techniques such as star turns, double poling, diagonal stride and snow plow. Intermediate instruction covers more complex techniques and helpful critique of current skiing habits.