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Pico Youth Learn to Ski/Ride (7-15)

Taught by our qualified staff using proven teaching methods and equipment designed specifically for beginners, you will be able to discover how to ski or snowboard on the best learning terrain in the East. | The First Time Program is designed specifically for people who have never skied or snowboarded before and may be taken one time per sport. It includes beginner specific equipment, lesson and a full day limited lift ticket for Bonanza Learning Area lift.

Pico Mountaineers (7-15)

On mountain lesson program for ages 7-15 | Mountaineers think big, and at My Pico Mountain Adventure Camp, so do our instructors. This program uses the terrain at Pico as our playground with a focus on safety, fun, building confidence and gaining new skills. Mountaineers are ready to get the most out of the mountain, and this program does just that. Designed for participants that have skied or snowboarded before. If you are first-timer, check out our First Time Ski & Ride program for the most suitable program.

Pico First Adventure with Lesson (2-4 years)

The First Adventure Lesson Program is designed for kids who are ready to hit the hill! Our wonderful instructors get kids sliding as part of their day in the childcare center. AM Half Day(s) will begin at 8:30 am. PM Half Day(s) will begin at 12:45 pm. Full Day(s) will begin at 8:30 am. |Our newly renovated Child Care Center has specific rooms and activities for each age group. Our teachers work together with older children to plan fun, creative indoor activities while they aren't skiing. For 2 year olds, we'll hit the slopes one time per day, whether enrolled in full-day or half-day. For older sliders (ages 3-4) enrolled in a full-day, instructors will attempt to add a second lesson.

Pico Trekkers (Ages 4-6)

On snow instruction with limited indoor time for ages 4-6 | An innovative combination of inside skill building, and outside exploration, your Trekker will come away from the session having explored the wonders of the outside environment, learned about his or her equipment, on snow safety and appropriate skiing or riding skills.Meets inside at the Trekkers Den located in Pico Building D, across from the main base lodge. If equipment is needed, it will be fitted by staff inside the Trekkers Den.

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