Most parents want personal attention for their child, when that child is placed into a ski or snowboard lesson. Vail Resorts is guaranteeing that attention with the Ultimate Four semi-private group lesson, good at all four of the company's Colorado resorts. It's a premium group lesson for kids ages three to 14 years old, with only four children per instructor.
It's a good way for kids to learn to be better skiers and riders, while learning the mountain at the same time. They're in a small group setting with a professional instructor, who knows how to keep kids happy on the hill.
"The program is very popular with our guests because the small group atmosphere allows our instructors to work closely with each and every kid to provide a more personalized learning experience for our younger skiers and snowboarders," said Vail's Sara Lococo.
The cost is $249 for the Ultimate Four all-day lesson and lunch. Add $20 for a lift ticket, too. Kids ages three and four get a free lift ticket. The Ultimate Four can be purchased online. It's available at Vail, Keystone, Beaver Creek, and Breckenridge. Registration starts at 8 a.m. and your child must be registered and ticketed by 9 a.m. Classes leave from Golden Peak or Lionshead at 9:15 a.m.