Learn the basics of classic, Nordic skiing or skate skiing!
“Classic” skiing is also known as traditional cross-country skiing. The technique is similar to that of walking or running, but with skis on. We offer different packages from a one-on-one session to family lessons. We cater to both beginners and those who are advanced.
Family Lesson Package includes up to four immediate family members. A 90-min lesson, rentals, and a trail pass for the day is included for each person.
What to Expect During Your Ski/Skate Ski Lesson:
If you have your own ski gear: $35/per lesson
Family Package: Starting at $200
First-time Nordic skiers will learn the basics of classic, Nordic skiing. “Classic” skiing is also known as traditional cross-country skiing. The technique is similar to that of walking or running, but with skis on. Skis are meant to point forward and stay parallel to each other.
Group lessons are given to groups of 1 to 10 people. Group lessons are geared toward beginning skiers, but advanced instruction is available dependent upon the group’s needs.
Skate skiing is a step up from classic skiing. The skis are different, and the technique is different. If you have ever ice-skated before, this style will likely come easier to you! Skate skiing is a more athletic style of Nordic skiing. It is super fun once you get the hang of it!
✔A trail pass for each family member, good for one day.
✔An equipment rental package for each family member (includes skis, boots, and poles).
✔A 90-minute lesson with group and individual focus led by a kind and experienced instructor.
What to Bring:
Please dress for the elements. Temperatures can get as low as 11°F in the winter, however often you work up a good sweat when learning how to cross-country ski. We suggest you wear light, but warm layers underneath and warm layers on top so you have the option to shed layers as you warm up.
- Waterproof gloves or mittens