Yes YOU! The one looking at your computer screen. You have taken the first step in becoming a monarch of the mountains, superhero of the snow...a wizard of winter fun!
Learning to ski or snowboard is much easier than you might think and with a little prior planning you'll be dancing down the mountain in no time at all. That's where this web page comes in. By taking a few moments to review this information, you will arrive at the mountain just brimming with confidence and ready to make the most of your snowy adventure. So buckle up and get ready for a great ride!
Our team of dedicated scientists has spent years perfecting the art of learning to ski or snowboard. You may be surprised to find that it boils down to just 6 easy steps. We like to call those "The 6 Easy Steps to Learning" - catchy, huh? When you are done marveling at our marketing prowess, please visit the links below for tons of helpful hints on making your first visit a great one.
What should I wear?
What should I do when I arrive at Roundtop Mountain Resort?
What package should I purchase?
How does the rental equipment work?
What will my lesson be like?
Are there any deals for new skiers and snowboarders?
What Our Guests Have To Say About Their Lessons:
"We've taken many lessons there. We love the instructors. Maralyn - the instructor with Max the Polar Bear hiding in her jacket pocket - she was spectacular with Lauren. Technically proficient as all of your instructors are - her enthusiasm and engagement with my 5 year old daughter was nothing short of exceptional, even by Roundtop's discriminating standards. Wow. I will actively seek her out to work with my Daughter again." - Tucker T.
"Dan L. was an amazing instructor for my special needs son! He did a great job explaining what he taught him afterwards so I can reinforce the lesson taught!" - Erin TS.
"We absolutely LOVED Chris and Scott! They were part of why we had such an excellent first experience!" - Nicole R.
"Colby as well as a new instructor named Pat were both extremely helpful as well as patient with my learning experience. They were great and I would recommend them to anybody who is going for boarding lessons!" - Sarah H.
How Do We Make Snow?
You may be wondering how we can keep the slopes covered with great snow when barely a flake has fallen from the sky. Good question! For a detailed description of how snowmaking works, please select here.