Learn to Ski or Snowboard: Ski Vermont’s Take 3 Beginner Package

The Vermont Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports encourages young Vermonters to try skiing or snowboarding this winter by sponsoring 125 Vermont children for Ski Vermont’s Take 3 Beginner Package.

The subsidized $49 package encourages youth to experience the mountains while adopting a healthy and active lifestyle that they can carry with them through the years.

Each package included three full days on the mountain with a beginner ski or snowboard lesson, rentals and a beginner lift ticket. Children can choose to use all three days at the same resort, or travel around the state and discover new participating mountains.

Not Eligible for the $49 deal? Ski Vermont has something for you too!

Interested in learning yourself or not eligible for the $49 children’s deal? The Governor’s Council is proud to work with Ski Vermont to provide these packages and is a supporter of the national Learn to Ski and Snowboard efforts in January. Ski Vermont offers learn-to packages throughout the month of January for $49 – for adults, kids and anyone in between! They also offer the Take 3 Beginner Package, with 3 lessons over the entire season for just $129. Learn more at https://skivermont.com/take-3.

Participating Vermont Resorts:

Bolton Valley
Burke Mountain
Jay Peak Resort
Killington Resort
Magic Mountain
Mount Snow Resort
Pico Mountain
Smugglers’ Notch Resort
Stratton Mountain Resort
Sugarbush Resort

Putra - September 26, 2015 - 5:19 am

Teresa – Jackie!!! Omg!! This is amazing! Looking at these befaituul photos was like reliving that amazing day. Thank you so much for everything! You are such a great photographer! I can’t wait to see ALL the photos.

Michelle - December 12, 2018 - 1:09 pm

Is the Learn to Ski and Snowboard program running this winter? 2018-2019?

janet - December 12, 2018 - 2:49 pm

Yes! We just opened up the application this week. The council is partnering with Ski Vermont “Take 3” to offer subsidized lessons-lift ticket-equipment rental. Act fast because spots are limited. It’s on the council website: http://www.vermontfitness.org/2018/young-vermonters-learn-to-ski-and-snowboard-with-take-3/

Rebecca Porter - December 19, 2018 - 2:41 pm


I’m writing to check on my submission for a subsidy for skiing/snowboarding for my son, Henry Meunier. I submitted it 2 nights ago and I just want to make sure you received it or if I should try submitting again.

I was so excited to learn about this program. I haven’t skied for over 30 years and my son (9 y.o.) has never skied or snowboarded so I rented us equipment…and then bought helmets and googles…and only just the other day started to realize we would need lessons and started calculating the immense cost of lessons and lift tickets. Then through Kids VT, I learned about your awesome subsidy program for kids. This will really help ensure my son can get enough lessons to get going and the lift ticket fee coverage is an awesome part of the subsidy too.

Thanks for everything you’re doing to help Vermonter’s be healthy and enjoy the beauty of Winter in VT!

Helen Koehn - February 5, 2019 - 2:34 pm

Since there are 125 packaged offered, I would like to know when 2020 offer will be posted.


janet - April 14, 2019 - 12:08 pm

Helen, check back with us in November 2019. I think we’ll have the coupons mid-December.

Angela - November 11, 2019 - 1:33 pm

I’m wondering when the 2020 packages will be available?
Thank you!

Daria Edgerley - December 26, 2019 - 2:37 pm

Is the $49 deal on 3 lessons not happening this year? (for the 2019/2020 season)

Daria Edgerley - December 27, 2019 - 7:59 am

Is the $49 learn to ski/board package happening for 2019/2020 package? the application states 2018/19

Alison Logan - December 27, 2019 - 12:49 pm

All: Please see this page for details on the Ski & Snowboard package: http://www.vermontfitness.org/2019/2020-learn-to-ski-snowboard/

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