1 1/2-hour group lesson. Join our skilled Nordic instructors for a cross-country group lesson. Learn to ski and enjoy the serenity of the Vermont Winter woods. $45 per person, per session. Included with your Club Smugglers' Summit Package.
Cross-Country Private Lessons Daily, 11:45 am - 12:45 pm
Get personalized instruction in cross-country ski techniques from our skilled instructors. $60 per person, $40 each additional person (up to 3 people). By appointment.
Mom & Me, Dad & Me Private Lessons Daily, 11:45 am - 12:45 pm
Skiing is more fun when you do it together. You and your child can learn to cross-country ski together with personalized instruction from our skilled instructors Parent with child 6 & older, $80 per lesson. By appointment.
Choose Your Own Adventure Daily, by appointment.
Private cross country guided adventures. $160 per hour, up to 4 people
Moonlight Mile Night Skiing Tuesday, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Kick and glide into the tranquil night on a lantern lit trail. This tour, led by Nordic guide PK, will follow rolling terrain along beginner and intermediate trails. Enjoy the memorable experience of skiing by moonlight under Vermont's starry skies. Participants will be equipped with LED head lamps on night with less ambient light. A truly unique adventure for all abilities. $35 per person, equipment provided.
Backcountry Lesson Friday, 12:00 noon - 2:00 pm.
Get off the beaten path and be the first to make tracks on a scenic rolling back country tour. Glide along creek sides and climb deep into the forest to experience Winter beauty and stillness. This is a low angle slow-paced tour over rolling terrain. Expect plenty of surprise and fun play spots along the way. $45 rentals not included. Bring your own touring gear or reserve rentals when registering. Ski level- Should be a confident cross-country or telemark skier.
Expert's tip: At what age can my child try cross-country skiing?
With cross-country skiing on level terrain or up a hill, the child has to be able to supply the power to move along. Children younger than 7 or 8 may find this to be a challenge. If a child has expressed interest in the sport, a good starting point might be an introductory lesson or a mom or dad-and-me lesson where the parent and an instructor work together with the child in a short learning session. — Zeke Zucker, Local Nordic Legend
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