Private Lessons & Guides
In a private lesson, you will receive one-on-one attention. Your Pro will also act as your very own mountain guide, leading you to the best terrain on the mountain. Private lessons for families or friends (up to five people) are also available.
Snowmass is a huge mountain with a huge variety of terrain. Because of this, the terrain is ideally suited for all lesson types. Here you will also find the Treehouse Kids Adventure Center located at the base, and dedicated beginner and child lesson areas at Assay Hill and Elk Camp Meadows (including a surface lift for easy loading). Skiers and riders looking to improve their terrain park skills will enjoy instruction at the Makaha and Lowdown Parks.
Aspen Mountain’s terrain has hosted World Cup Championships and can be quite challenging in certain section. It’s long blue groomers are perfect for honing your turns with a lesson, while advanced skiers relish the chance to learn how to elevate their skills to expert level on the mountain’s steeps, glades and bumps. Note: without any green runs, beginner-level lessons are not available at Aspen Mountain.
Aspen Highlands upper stretches offer big-mountain skiing and riding in an in-bounds environment, while its mid- and lower sections deliver long green and blue groomers, as well as some black bumps and steeps. This variety of terrain makes it a perfect place to take your skiing and riding to the next level with a lesson. Due to terrain options, beginner level lessons are not available at Aspen Highlands.
Buttermilk is ideally suited for a variety of lessons: easy groomers for beginners, steeper blues for advancing to intermediate level, exceptional terrain parks for shredders of all ages and abilities, and a handful of black-diamond runs. At the base, you’ll find our newest facility, The Hideout — an integrated play-and-learning area for children ages 2 ½ to 6 years old.