Great skiing and a beautiful resort. My kids had two great days at ski school but the third day was not very good. The first two days the kids were well placed in their groups and had great instructors. On the third day there were not very many kids in the black levels so they combined the groups. My older son who is a very advanced skier spent his morning on groomed runs because other kids in the group didn't want to ski trees or moguls. Two days earlier he spent his whole day doing that plus some easier cliff jumping. My advice is ask a lot of questions and don't leave the ski area until you are comfortable you know where your kids are being placed. We would have been better off pulling our kids from class and putting them in on a busier day when they had more skiers to maybe match abilities as they had on prior days.
Also, be sure to ask the instructor for the progress report that they are suppose to fill out about how your child is progressing in their skills.
The ski school manager offered to let my son take the class again on Saturday for half price which i thought was reasonable. That turned into a fiasco. Somehow the mountain school stafff calculates half price as $100. Well I paid $130 as part of my package through snowbird and the posted rate is $155. The explained that is simply the half price discount rate which is ridiculous.
- Also Known As:
- Snowbird Ski And Summer Resort Utah