Reservations are required for the Learn to Ski in 3, child care, First Tracks and Multi-Week programs. Though not required, reservations are recommended for other lessons.
Ski Area & Base Lodges Closed, NO Loitering
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Frequently Asked Questions
Multi-Week Programs FAQs
What do I receive that shows I am enrolled?
Upon receipt of your registration form and payment, we will create a personalized Program Pass. Your laminated Program Pass is available to pick up at the Snowsports Desk or will be mailed to you, time permitting, before the start of the season.
The pass will have a color coded dot on it that corresponds to your ability level. Bring your pass with you each week (key rings to attach it with are available at the Snowsports Desk). The pass will also indicate if you have purchased the lift portion of the program.
When and where do lessons meet?
Meet your instructor in the program meeting area on the mountain side of Saddle Peak Lodge at the flag that matches your color dot. Classes meet 15 minutes prior to lesson start time.
When are my children supervised?
You are responsible for your child before you place the child with the instructor and after the lesson has ended. Please be prompt in picking up your child as the instructor may have another lesson starting immediately.
Are there make up days?
The program cost provides an instructor for the scheduled program days. There are no refunds for missed lessons.
What happens if it is really cold?
There are times when we must postpone a class a week due to adverse weather. We monitor several weather agencies and base our decision on factors such as overnight low, expected daytime high, wind speed, temperature inversions, etc. In the event of a weather postponement we will post a message on the morning snow phone (406) 586-2389. The program will then end one week later than originally scheduled.