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Abilities: Advanced to Expert
Ages 18+ as of Dec. 31

Our 9-week advanced skiing lessons program is designed for advanced skiers who are prepared to take on significant downhill sports challenges. You will be skiing with a level IV certified ski instructor who will work with you to navigate the mountain without the same boundaries that are in place for most guests. It’s a rewarding course of study that is tailored to your progression and we offer lift-line priority to maximize your time on the hill. Video assessments provide added perspective as you build on your current skills and of course we provide a complimentary end-of-season après-ski where you will have a lot to celebrate.

Early Bird Price
until Nov 1
Regular Price
Starting Nov 2
Ski with a level IV

Saturday January 6 to March 3 or
Sunday January 7 to March 4

Half Day 10:00am - 12:00pm

Program will skip Family Day weekend
Ski with a level IV

Saturday January 6 to March 3 or
Sunday January 7 to March 4

Full Day 10:00am - 3:00pm

Program will skip Family Day weekend

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Prices + tax

Lift tickets sold separately
Programs meet on the north side of the South Base Lodge.
All programs must have a minimum of six participants.

About the CSIA and CASI Level IV Certification

Both the Canadian Ski Instructor Alliance and the Canadian Snowboard Instructor Association have 4 levels of certification; from 1 to 4. Reaching the top certification requires a complete dedication to the profession and years of on snow training; polishing your turns and developing your teaching methodologies.