Available December 8, 2017 - April 8, 2018
Adventure Rangers group lessons for skiers and snowboarders help kids develop the confidence to explore the mountain, be smart on the slopes, and have fun. The all-day program includes lessons, guided on-slope treks, lunch, and supervised afternoon activities. You may even want to consider the benefit of a private lesson.
units are included in all-day ski and snowboard camp programs for tracking vertical, mileage and speed! Also, beginning snowboarders will be set up with Burton Learn to Ride equipment. They'll enjoy the best possible introductory experience by combining this specially designed equipment with the teaching expertise of Smugglers' SSU professionals.
Non-holiday* rate: $75 per person, per lesson
Adventure Rangers Ski or Snowboard 2 Hour Lessons
These 2 hour lessons are a great way to get a sampling of our popular full-day camp. Daily (Levels 1-9) 10:00 am - 12:00 noon or 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm.
Holiday* rate: $95 per person, per lesson.
A lift ticket is required for all Snow Sport University programs. If you do not have a lift ticket, one can be purchased for the duration of the lesson for $25, plus $5 for your Notch Card.
Your choice of one lesson daily for those children paid to be on the Club Smugglers' FamilyFest Package and the Club Smugglers' Summit Package.
Enjoy a sense of fun and adventure learning to ski or snowboard with supervised instruction for all abilities. Guided on-slope treks, fun races, interactive nature and science discovery with on-mountain games. Lunch included.
Adventure Rangers Ski or Snowboard All-Day Camp
Daily 9:00 am - 2:30 pm (level 1-4), 9:30 am - 2:30 pm (level 5-9) on-mountain activities and lesson until 2:30 pm with entertainment until 4:00 pm. Thursday pick-up is at 2:30 pm so you can attend the Smuggs Winter Carnival as a family.
After a day on the slopes, crowd-pleasing events and games keep your kids entertained. We'll even provide an Adventure Journal so kids can record all the fun memories.
Non-holiday rate: $149 per day, per child. $104.25 per day, per child for those children paid to be on the Club Smugglers' FamilyFest Package and the Club Smugglers' Summit Package.
Holiday rate: $159 per day, per child.
This program has limited availability and requires advance reservations. For more information or to reserve a space call .
*Holiday time periods: December 26, 2017 - January 1, 2018, January 13-15, 2018 and February 17-25, 2018.
Additional information about your child's camp day
Click on any of the options listed below for more details. A Day in SSU All-day Camp
Our signature kids program is an experience to write home about! Our camp program focuses around time on the mountain but is complemented with relevant off-snow activities designed for each age group including professional afternoon entertainment and lunch. Your family's vacation is not complete until the kids try out an all day camp!
SSU's Afternoon Entertainment is located in the lower level of the Meeting House and starts at approximately 2:30 pm (unless otherwise noted). Click the link above to view the schedule.
Kids' Program Lunch Menu
Our ski school program's lunch menu incorporates healthy options such as crisp fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grain breads and pastas, roasted rather than fried foods, veggie burgers and the like. As the ski school day is an active one, it is important to provide kids with nourishing food choices at their day's midpoint.
Kids' Trail Map
Additional Winter Fun Options
Click on any of the fun options listed below for more details. Children's FunFeast — SSU instructors, Billy Bob Bear & Mogul Mouse kick off this fantastic pizza party in the Meeting House!
Kids' Night Out — Kids enjoy dinner, fun and entertainment with our caring staff at TREASURES.
Alpine Ski and Snowboard Private Lessons — Beginner to expert, individual attention will help you take your skills to the next level.
Night School for Boarding & Night School for Jibbing — Are you ready for your first snowboard experience? Are you already a skier or rider and want to try your first freestyle moves?