To keep your kids safe on the hill you can use a mix of: the wisdom your mom shared when you were 5, a little common sense, some strategies and tricks Instructors use, and yes, the Skier’s Responsibility Code. The Code could use a more enticing name to grab our kids’ interest to be sure. It could be the “do these things and get to ski again tomorrow Code”. Too long? Maybe, “The Code Taylor Swift skis to”, or the “I-Code”, “The Everything is AWESOME Code”. In any case, if we learn, model, and teach our young skiers the Code we will all safely enjoy sliding around on our gorgeous mountain together for many family ski vacations to come!Read More»
No, it’s not a joke. We really do mow the runs at Vail Mountain.
The Vail Ski and Snowboard School is renowned for its excellence, and the cornerstone of that reputation is the instructors themselves. From ex-NFL players to former Olympians to long-time Vail locals, in this series we introduce you to just a sampling of this widely diverse group of expert skiers and riders.
Laura Landre is from Canandaigua, New York and is a ski instructor based out of Vail Village.Read More»
Gabe Del Rossi is from Stow, Massachusetts and teaches skiing out of Vail Village.Read More»
Vail Ski Patrol’s latest recruit: 10-week-old Jake.Read More»
Ken Harper is from Pueblo, Colorado and works for Lionshead Childrens Ski School ages 7-Teen.Read More»
Kevin Bentley is from Los Angeles, California and is a snowboard instructor for Lionshead Adult Snowboard School.Read More»