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Make sure the whole family has the skills to enjoy your time at Deer Valley Resort

Deer Valley Resort’s ski school is one of the best. The youngest age group, 3-year-olds, receive one-on-one lessons, while the ratio for 4-year-olds is two students per instructor. The ratios increase by age group, hitting the maximum of eight students per instructor for 13-to 18-year-olds. About 70 percent of the ski school clients are children, so there are a number of programs for our youngest skiers. With over 600 ski instructors; private and customized lessons are also available.

For more information, NASTAR schedules, and prices visit Deer Valley’s website.

Photos courtesy of Deer Valley Resort and The Park Record

LESSONS

Private Ski Lessons (lift tickets not included)

Intro to skiing … 8:50 – 9:50 a.m. … $173
AM w/ 1-5 skiers … 9 a.m.-12 p.m. … $605
PM w/ 1-5 skiers … 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. … $575
Full day … 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. … $920
Customized lessons … $210 per hour

Group Ski Lessons (Maximum 4 students, 18 +, lift tickets not included)

Max 4 Morning (First timer – advanced beginner)
9 a.m. – 12 p.m. … $192
Max 4 Afternoon (All ability)
1 p.m. – 4 p.m. … $192

Group Ski Lessons for Children (includes lift ticket and lunch)

Fawn Special … 3 years … $240
Bambi Club … 4 years … $240
Reindeer Club … 5-6 years … $272
Adventure Club … 7-12 years … $272
Teen Escape … 13-17 years … $246

Specialty Clinics – Mahre Training Center Ski Camps

3-Day Camps … (Jan. 26-28, Feb. 2-4) … $1,020
5-Day Camps … (Feb. 5-9) … $1,565

Mountain Host-complimentary mountain tours for intermediate skiers

10:00 a.m. … Base of Carpenter Express
1:30 p.m. … Base of Sterling Express

Childrens’ Center (8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., includes lunch)

Infants … 2-11 months … $152
Little Tots … 12-18 months … $147
Big Tots … 19-23 months … $147
Little Kids … 2 years … $147


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