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Breckenridge Lesson Pass

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If you are a season pass holder, you can buy season long group lessons, but you've got to do it by July 31.  These are unlimited group lessons on Thursdays-Sundays although there are blackout dates.  For adults, the prices is $339 (what a deal)!  For kids, the price is $719.

 

Don't miss the deadline -- buy by July 31.

 

Here's the details:

 

http://cdn.e2ma.net/userdata/1714358/assets/docs/13-14_Spring_Child_Lesson_Pass_and_Adult_Ski_Club_Information.pdf

 

Mike

post #2 of 14

Mike,

 

Do you know, is the Keystone adult lesson pass for 2013-24 available yet?  Breck lower mountain is just too crowded most days for my tastes...

 

Bob 

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Sorry, Bob, I don't know anything about Keystone's program. Perhaps someone else can chime in.  Or you can call the ski school -- if it's available, they'll sell it to you!

 

mike

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Originally Posted by habacomike View Post

Or you can call the ski school -- if it's available, they'll sell it to you!

 

mike

 

MIke:  took your advice and called the Keystone Ski and Ride School today.  They have the 2013-2014 Adult Season Lesson Pass on sale through April 14 (2013) for $289.  You have to call the lesson office (800-255-3715) to do this---the online websites for Keystone and for EpicPass do not yet have any information posted for the upcoming 2013-2014 lesson program at Keystone.   

 

After April 14, one has to wait until they re-open the Keystone Season Lesson Pass program sometime in October.  The Pass will most likely cost a bit more than $289 come this fall.

 

Since my credit card was already on file with Keystone because of my EpicPass Local, it took all of 3 minutes to get set up with the Season Lesson Pass for the coming year.  Vail Resorts makes it EZ PZ, of course, to sign up for additional services to the Epic program.

 

It seems like a terrific deal to me....and I am determined this will lead to development of much better mogul skills on my part next year. 

post #5 of 14
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Good call, Bob.  

Last year, Breck refused to sell th Lesson Pass to new folk if they tried to buy it in the fall. In fact, they initially tried to deny selling it to folk who had it before, but decided to extend the offer to alumni. So it's good you got the goods now when it is available rather than taking the gamble of what might be available next fal...
 
Mike
post #6 of 14

Just Purchased the Breck season lesson pass today thru the Epic ski phone line. Cost $369 . See you next year. !

post #7 of 14

Bump for those of you looking into this for 2014/2015.  Breck is no longer offering this late in season (went off sale at end of September), but you can still get the Keystone Ski/Ride Group Lesson Unlimited Thurs-Sun for $309 through November 16th.  Think I'm going to do it, so look forward to seeing some of you there!

post #8 of 14

No way!!! is this on their website??? I feel like I've been looking at everyone's website for something like this and found nothing.  How long are the lessons? Can you post any of the details?  Thanks for the headsup!

post #9 of 14

Ok... just re read the thread. Is the keystone group lesson package for adults or kids? Wouldn't mind it for myself, but have been looking for the kids.  Thanks again.

post #10 of 14

The Breck program is for adults only. I believe that the Keystone deal is the same but I'm not sure. You should call the Keystone Ski School directly and get details directly from them.

post #11 of 14
I think there is a children's option at Breck. I know there was in past years. Call the ski school to check.
post #12 of 14
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No way!!! is this on their website??? I feel like I've been looking at everyone's website for something like this and found nothing.  How long are the lessons? Can you post any of the details?  Thanks for the headsup!

 

They've never advertised, that I can tell. I suspect they didn't anticipate so many people not just signing up, but using it day after day, rather than 3-5 times a season.

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No way!!! is this on their website??? I feel like I've been looking at everyone's website for something like this and found nothing.  How long are the lessons? Can you post any of the details?  Thanks for the headsup!

All day group lesson...never seen the kids option offered at KS, but have seen it offered at Breck but at a higher price than adults (~$550 a few years ago).  There are black out days during holidays and spring break.  There is a link in the 1st post that has some of the details from last season.

 

I would call the ski school you are interested in to verify the availability for this year...For kids, there are also weekly programs like Breck Bombers (Saturdays or Sunday sessions for 7 or 8 weeks), Vail Devo (about 14 days during the season), and Copper Mountain Trailblazers/Scooters/Choppers (3 to 6 week sessions).

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