Canadian ski areas offer discounts on learning to ski and snowboard

Sign up now for Discover skiing, snowboarding or cross-country packages

Sign up now for Discover skiing, snowboarding or cross-country packages

Incredible discounts are being offered at ski areas for Canadians learning to ski, snowboard or cross-country ski.

Discover Skiing and Discover Snowboarding are all-inclusive lift, lesson and rental packages at Canadian ski areas from coast to coast. Discover Cross-Country are all-inclusive trail, lesson and rental packages for new nordic skiers.

All packages are designed to safely introduce these snow sports to beginners, or to re-introduce them to people who are out of practice.

All Discover packages include:

· a ticket for beginner lifts at ski areas and beginner trails at cross-country areas

· rentals of ski, cross-country ski or snowboard equipment

· a one-hour group lesson from a certified ski and snowboard instructor.

Prices for Discover packages vary from ski area to ski area, with the average price at about $45.00 per person.

Three-Lesson Packages

And don’t forget to ask ski areas about their Three-Lesson and Three-Step Discover Skiing and Snowboarding packages. Pros from the Canadian Ski Instructors’ Alliance and the Canadian Association of Snowboard Instructors can help new skiers and riders continue to learn with three discounted Discover lessons.

 

For more information on all-inclusive Discover Skiing, Discover Snowboarding and Discover Cross-Country packages, call your local ski area. (In Quebec, these discounted programs are called Iniski and Inisurf.) A complete list of participating areas is included on the Canadian Ski Council’s website: www.skicanada.org.

 

 

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