SKI AND SNOWBOARD LESSONS
Any age and any level can learn the basics or improve their skills – all in programs focused on fun!
Our 4 and 6 week programs allows us to teach fundamental skiing skills intended to keep kids moving, inspire confidence, and nourish a lifelong love for the sport.
Our Children’s Program uses the latest techniques from the Children’s Academy sponsored by the Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA) at Stratton Mountain. Our Ski School is registered with PSIA and led by dedicated professional instructors.
Group lessons for kids are offered on 4 or 6 consecutive Saturdays.
Lessons begin at 9:30am or 11:00am.
The 4-week lesson program is $65/child for members and $125/child for non-members!
The 6-week lesson program is $95/child for members and $185/child for non-members!
Lesson coordinators request registration by January 4th so they can plan resources appropriately.
Late registration is subject to a $15 late fee per child.
Private Lessons for Children (as young as 3) and Adults
$20 for 45 minute lesson!
Call or text Lisa at 315-729-5570 (after 2pm Mon-Fri, anytime on weekends)
Call or text Emily at 315-729-3660 (after 4pm Mon-Thu, anytime on weekends)
Meet the Instructors
Lisa Wirth - Lessons Director Emily Wirth Eric Robinson
Eric learned to ski when he was 5 at the East Hill in Camillus. Once he got the hang of it, he took advantage of any hill on or around his family farm and would build jumps and ski all day. He first began teaching lessons at Song Mountain and has now been teaching for about 25 years. He finds that teaching kids is the most rewarding, he loves to see them succeed at something they didn't realize they could do.
Emily learned to ski when she was 4 right here at Skaneateles Ski Hill. Once she got good enough she joined the Race Program at the hill and raced there until she aged out of the program which is 13. She then continued to race at Toggenburg Mountain until she was 15. Once ending her racing career she started helping with the lesson program as well as private lessons. Emily's favorite part is the connection with the kids and watching there progress over the season.