Heavenly Mountain Resort (www.skiheavenly.com) celebrates Learn a Snow Sport Month with a
new array of deals on children’s and adult ski and snowboard school
lessons through Feb. 8.
to receive 20 percent off all kids’ ski and snowboard lessons, 20 percent
off all private lessons and a new Buy Two Consecutive Days, Get the Third Day
Free on adult group lessons taken through Sunday, Feb. 8.
Heavenly’s high elevation and expertise in snowmaking and grooming,
Heavenly is offering the best snow surface conditions at
to improve your skills at the highly-acclaimed Ski and
of Heavenly,” said Blaise Carrig, Heavenly’s CEO.
The best way to make your first turn on skis or a snowboard is to take a lesson, but,
lessons aren’t just for beginners. Even intermediate or advanced skiers and snowboarders can learn a new technique to polish
and refine their skills on the steeps, bumps or powder.
With the technological
advancements in shaped skis, development of women’s equipment and terrain park twin tips skis and park/pipe snowboards, skiing and snowboarding has
come a long way. So has the instruction.
More families and friends want to spend quality time together on the slopes. A good way is to take a private group lesson for up to six people, providing expert coaching plus a customized, guided tour of the mountain.
itself on hiring the top coaches in the region who create a learning
environment rich in positive reinforcement and encouragement. Six of the top
ten spots on the Professional Ski Instructors of America’s Western Region
Demonstration Team are held by Heavenly ski instructors (Michael Rogan, Robin
Barnes, Heidi Ettlinger, Steve Evenson, Tim Rankins, Greg Lyons and Marty
Moore). Two of PSIA’s six snowboard demo team members are from Heavenly
(Josh Spoelstra and Ryan Goralski). And Rogan, Barnes and Spoelstra were
selected to PSIA’s National Demo Team.
To carve a ski or snowboard school lesson, visit www.skiheavenly.com.
These offers are not valid with any other ski and snowboard school promotion.
Other restrictions may apply.