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Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month Participants Announce January Programs Hot

Learn_to_Ski_and_Snowboard_MonthLearn to Ski and Snowboard Month (LSSM) is getting into full swing as ski and snowboard areas nationwide begin to announce the programs that they are offering in January. As participating venues announce their program offerings, they will be posted on the LSSM website at skiandsnowboardmonth.org.

Over 300 ski and snowboard areas, as well as over 600 retailers, throughout the country have decided to participate in 2012’s Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month. This initiative seeks to encourage children and adults of all ages to become involved in winter snow sports by taking lessons with a professional instructor.

Several locations have already announced their offerings for Learn to Ski and Snowboard month.  Ski New Hampshire is offering a “free week” from January 7-14, where first time skiers and snowboarders will receive a free lesson. Coupons for rentals and lift tickets can be downloaded from their website at skinh.com

Liberty Mountain is offering a variety of packages. Anyone over the age of eight receives $39 packages every Thursday in January. They also are offering their First Class Learn to Ski or Snowboard Package and Mountain Passport Program every day in January, which includes lift tickets. Details are available at libertymountainresort.com.

Breckenridge is offering a $300, reservation required package for beginner lifts, lessons, and rentals. Arapaho Basin in Colorado is offering a Super Sunday deal during Sundays in January, where adults and children can receive half-day lessons for a reduced price of $65. Timberline Resort in West Virginia is offering a $52 beginner package during January, which is a 50% savings.

A variety of other resorts throughout the country are already posting their offerings for Learn to Ski and Snow Month.  You can find these resorts either at LSSM’s website, or on many of the websites of the individual resorts. Many resorts require or highly recommend reservations for their Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month events.

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