I am headed to Utah in March and I am interested in taking some lessons to improve my skiing. I am staying in Brighton and plan on skiing there as well as Alta/Snowbird and probably a couple of other places. I will have a rental car to get to other places if you all recomend doing so. Here is a little background information. I have been skiing for about 8 years and I am currently thirty years old. I have been playing hockey since about age 9 so I picked up skiing very fast and fell in love with it from day one. I would consider myself an advanced agressive skier who logs between 15-20 days a year split between east and west skiing. I have never had a lesson and I want to take my skiing to the next level. What would you recomend for me to do? One should I take a group or a private lesson? Second how do I make sure I get into a lesson that challenges my ability? I have noticed a big price differnce between group and private lessons and I am wondering if it is worth it? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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2/19/04 at 12:07pm