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Sugar Bowl offering $99 learn to ski or ride program over the holidays

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Looking to learn how to ski or snowboard this winter? If so, lessons are definitely the way to go in order to learn proper technique.

Sugar Bowl ski resort is currently offering a deal for beginner and intermediate skiers and snowboarders. They can learn to ski and ride all season at Sugar Bowl Resort with an affordable package that includes rentals, instruction and a limited-access lift ticket for $89, or $99 during holiday periods.

The “Learn to Ski and Ride Development Program” The “Learn to Ski and Ride Development Program” Sugar Bowl ski resort combines modern equipment rentals, a full lesson with a professional instructor in groups of three or fewer skiers or snowboarders, and a limited-access lift ticket for a price that is more than a 70-percent discount for beginning skiers and snowboarders.

When combined, the lift ticket, lesson, and ski or snowboard rental represent a value of $213 during non-holiday periods. And the professional instructors and modern rental equipment offered in the package speeds up the learning process for beginners at a price that is only a few dollars more than a Sugar Bowl lift ticket.

Sugar Bowl ski resort lessons are offered at 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. at the Mountain Sports Learning Center. The all-day lift ticket that comes with the package allows skiers and riders to ski for several hours before or after the lesson. Ages six and older are eligible for the package. Lessons are for skier and snowboarders from level 1 to level 4.

For more information, visit or call 530) 426-6772.



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