Please Note: We accept cash or checks. No credit cards or debit cards. An ATM is provided in the Ski Shop.These rates are for the winter season 2018-2019.
Ages 18 to 64
Ages 65 & Up
Ages 8 to 17
Under Age 8

Skiers’ Trail Fees – $3 off after 1:30pm.
Season’s Pass$165$150$100Family: $425

Rental Fees – $2 off after 2pm.
Classical Skis$20$20$16$12
Skate Skis$24$24$20N/A
Tubbs Snowshoes$15$15$10$10

Lesson Fees – Available Weekends Only
Learn-to-Ski Pkg.$48$46$38N/A
Group 1.5 hour$20$20$20N/A
Private 1 hour$45$45$451/2 hr. $35
Add’l Person$15$15$12$15
Snowshoers’ Trail Fee – $10 (anytime, ages 8+)

Lessons: Reservations encouraged – call between 9 am and 5 pm , we answer the phone personally if we are open for skiing.

Group Lessons available on weekends at 11 am only
Group Lesson approx. 90 minutes, age 8 through adult – $20

Private lessons available on weekends at 9:45 am and 1:15 pm
Private Lesson – 1 hour – $45, additional person – $15, children under 8 may take a 1/2 hour private lesson for $35 

Private lessons available midweek – call for availability.

Group Rates:
12 or more people – $2 off weekend trail tickets with advance notice

School Groups, Race Teams, and Homeschoolers:
Non-holiday week day afternoons only, after 1 pm
Students, teachers, racers, and coaches – $6. One coach skis free with 10 or more students

Ski Team Members Week Day Season Pass (valid after 1 pm on non-holiday weekdays) – $60

Pulk Rental (Baby Sled):

Half Day for $20 – between 9 am and 12:30 pm or between 1 pm and 4:30 pm. Full Day for $30,  reservations recommended – call between 9 am and 5 pm, we answer the phone personally if we are open for skiing. Please do not leave a message on the answering machine on the day you are coming because we will not hear your message until that evening – call back after the Ski Shop opens at 9 am.

The pulks are designed to carry one small child. Babies need to be able to sit up on their own (approx. 6 months old). An over-both-shoulders seat belt secures the child. A wool blanket is provided and the pulks can be fully enclosed to keep out wind.

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