Snowy Range’s “Kids’ Turn” ski program is an introductory program and offers a $25 half-day Lift Ticket, Ski/Snowboard Lesson and Rental Package for kids, Kindergarten through High School.
Group and private lessons are available daily for kids of all ages and abilities. For more information regarding group or private lessons, book online or call 307-745-5750
The Kid’s Turn program offers a $25 half-day Lift Ticket, Ski or Snowboard Lesson and Rental Package deal for Kindergarten through High School students. Lessons are held Sunday afternoons throughout the winter. Lessons are taught in an open group lesson format, with multiple instructors overseeing seeing a large group of students. Lessons are 2-hours.
- 2-Hour open group session format.
- Limit 50 Students per session.
- Sessions are held Sunday at 1:30PM.
- Select dates for different age groups.
- Parents must provide students School Name & Teachers Name at time of booking.
|Ages:||Lesson Date #1||Lesson Date #2|
|Kindergarten & 1st Grade||12/10/17||1/28/18|
|2nd & 3rd Grade||12/17/17||2/4/18|
|4th & 5th Grade||1/7/18||2/11/18|
|Jr. High/Middle School||1/14/18||2/18/18|
Why is Snowy Range Offering this?
Wyoming is known as an outdoor mecca for sports enthusiasts, however, many kids and teens have never had the chance to Ski or Snowboard, due to the cost, distance, and other factors. Many children growing up in Wyoming and Colorado are more likely to see the mountains on television than to experience them first-hand. From day one, it has been a goal of Snowy Range management to remove as many of the barriers as possible for kids to learn to enjoy the great outdoors and specifically the sport of skiing and snowboarding.
Students must be book Kids’ Turn package deal online. Walkups will only be accepted if there is space. Package deals will be limited to 50 students per date. Book early as classes will fill up quickly. When booking online parents will need to provide the name of the student’s school along with teachers name. Lessons start at 1:30 pm.
When checking in for Kids’ Turn package:
- Parent will need to provide one of the following: a copy of child report card, student ID, birth certificate or passport.
- Waiver/Risk Agreement must be signed by parent or guardian. Available for signature online, students will not be allowed to participate without consent.
KIDS' TURN F.A.Q
No, the Kids’ Turn program is open to all, K-12th grade, students from anywhere. Space is limited so please sign up early.
No problem! The program is for all students whether they know how to ski or not. Now is the perfect time to learn. These are basic lessons that will help students gain the confidence to further develop their skills. Lessons are offered for specific ages on specific dates, and quantities are limited, so act quickly and book early.
Both are included in the Kids’ Turn program along with an all mountain lift ticket.
No, the Kids’ Turn program is only offered as a package deal. But please feel free to bring their own gear, or try out some of our new equipment.
Yes. While this program is designed for “Never-ever” skiers or snowboarders, most students will be able to pick up something new from our instructors.
Instructors of the Kids’ Turn program do their best to offer instruction to all students, but unfortunately do to the nature of the open group lesson format, one-on-one attention is not available during the “Kids’ Turn” program.
Instructors take all students enrolled in that day’s Kids’ Turn program to the magic carpet learning area. Instructors foster an environment of learning and fun. Instructors assist students with their gear, help them load the magic carpet, give students basic instruction and encouragement.
If lessons are offered Sunday afternoons, can student pick up lift ticket and rentals in the morning and ski all day?
The Kids’ Learn package deal is only offered as an afternoon program. Lift tickets will be handed out to students once they arrive for their lessons.
Please feel free to contact our Ski School office at anytime (307) 745-5750 ext 103, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. During the off-season (May – November), email is the best method of contact.