Private lessons at Breckenridge
Whether it’s your first day out on the slopes or you’re looking to tackle steep, high-alpine terrain, a private lesson at Breckenridge Ski Resort will provide you with the skills and confidence to take your skiing or boarding to a new level.
Private lessons are offered year-round by professional ski instructors to guests aged two and older. Each lesson is tailored to your personal goals, fears and skills. Students can tackle off-piste terrain, moguls or advanced runs. According to Daniel Hogan, Breck’s Senior Manager of Ski School, guests in private lessons “have the greatest opportunity for improvement,” because “the pacing of the lesson is completely up to the student, raging from a few hours on the cruisers to a nonstop ripping day.”After signing up, make sure to eat a hearty breakfast and dress warm. Private lessons generally meet first thing in the morning and run throughout the day, stopping for a lunch on the hill. Half-day lessons are also offered and begin at 9:00 a.m. or 12:45 p.m. if you have afternoon adventures planned or want to wait for the weather to warm up. First time on the hill and not sure where you’re going? Instructors are happy to meet you at your favorite local coffee shop or your hotel. If you’re here for an extended stay and wish to explore other Vail properties, our pros are happy to travel with you to Beaver Creek or Vail for a day – allowing you to get the most out of your Colorado vacation.
Private lessons can accommodate up to six people. Invite your best friends and family to learn new skills with you. Private lesson clients also enjoy quicker access in the lift line to ensure fast laps on the hill. In addition, video analysis is also available to help critique and perfect your form off the mountain. Sign up for a private lesson at any of Breckenridge’s sales offices or by calling 1-888-lrn-2-ski.
So whether you’re looking to conquer the greens or tackle the steeps and powder in Lake Chutes and the Six Senses, Breck private lessons offer the personalized attention students need to boost their confidence and skills and make future trips to Breck a blast.
– Jesse Ambrogi-Yanson