First of all..it was my first time snowboarding so I can't really compare to other locations. From a newbie point of view, here's what I gathered:
1.Very friendly staff will help set you up with your equipment and even help you put it on if you're completely lost like me.
2. Don't ask for help if you didn't pay to get a lesson. -When my hubby asked one of the trainers that are out on the mountains for any tips for a newbie (I couldn't even stand up once we got dropped off on top of mountain) his answer was "you shouldve paid for a lesson if you didn't know what you were doing"..REALLY? Spent almost $700 to get an answer like that..
3. After the rude guy..one of the other teachers felt bad and offered his help and stayed with us for about 20 min. I understand if we didn't pay it's our fault...maybe be a little more polite and friendly with the guests when turning them away.
It's a nice, decent place..A little on the small size so it was good to get practice. I def will try Breckenridge or somewhere else next time!
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