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January 4, 2015
Arizona Snowbowl Celebrates Learn to Ski Month with FREE Ski and Snowboard Packages
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – January is Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month across America,
and starting this Monday, Arizona Snowbowl will offer a limited number of FREE skiing
and snowboarding packages to make learning a winter sport easy and affordable.
“Arizona Snowbowl is the only ski area in our region and possibly in the country to offer
first-time skiers or snowboarders everything they need to learn a winter sport, including
a free lift ticket, a free lesson and free rentals,” said J.R. Murray, Snowbowl’s General
Manager. “There has never been a better time or a better place to learn than here, at
Known for its superior teaching terrain, Arizona Snowbowl offers the largest beginner
ski terrain in the Southwest, including two chairlifts and two surface conveyors – all
located within the Hart Prairie Beginner Area and steps from the Hart Prairie Lodge. The
conveyors act like moving sidewalks, making it easy for first-timers to load and unload.
Snowbowl’s Learn to Ski and Snowboard package includes a lift ticket, full day rental
equipment and a two-hour lesson. Once the free packages have sold out, a limited
number of 50% off packages will also be available for $47.50. Packages are available
starting Monday, Jan. 5 through Saturday, Jan. 31, excluding Martin Luther King Jr.
Weekend, Jan. 17-19.
Participants must be at least 13 years old and advanced reservations are required. To
secure the free lesson, guests must register online at arizonasnowbowl.com. There is a
$1 processing fee per package.
Snowbowl will make 500 free packages and an additional 500 of the 50% off packages
available. Since the program was launched two years ago, the free and discounted
packages have sold out every winter, Murray said.
Guests who enroll family or friends in the free program can also take advantage of
discounted lift tickets this month, too, available exclusively at arizonasnowbowl.com.
Started in 2009, Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month is an industry organization that
represents more than 300 ski resorts in 34 states and encourages people to learn skiing
and snowboarding from professional instructors.
Arizona Snowbowl is open for daily operations from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and lift tickets start
at $62 for adults (ages 19-64), $55 for young adults (ages 13-18) and $35 for juniors
(ages 8-12) and seniors (ages 65-69). Guests 7 and younger and those 70 years old
and better receive a free lift ticket everyday. For more information, visit