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Best Snow of the Year

We have some of the best snow of the year right now.

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Multi-week Lesson Registration has started

Full lesson signup information is available here.

We’ve opened up 2018 registration for our multi-week lesson programs. Below we have some info for first-timers taking their first lesson.

 

6-week Lesson Programs begin the first week of January.
  • Space is limited and advance registration is required.
  • Badges are only valid on days of regularly scheduled lessons. Badges cannot be used during vacation weeks or on vacation days.
  • Badges are available at the ski school desk in December, and must be picked up before the first day of your program.
  • $5.00 fee for lost or forgotten ski school badges (all programs)
  • If you are renting equipment, you must pre-fit by December 21, 2017.
  • There will be no program classes on Martin Luther King Day and February Vacation days. Classes will be held the first weekend of February vacation.
  • You must attend your scheduled class or forfeit lesson, lift ticket and rental fee.
  • Classes, if postponed, will be made up at the end of the program.
  • Day and time of lesson cannot be changed.
  • There are no refunds after the second week. Refunds based on full retail value.
  • Lessons are often held in inclement weather conditions. If weather is questionable, check this website for status of your lesson.
  • Arrange a meeting place with your child before the lesson begins. Lessons may begin and end on different slopes. Stress to your children where you will be when their lesson is completed.
  • All program prices include a $30 non-refundable deposit.
  • All Rental Packages include a $15 non-refundable deposit.
  • Photographs and video will be taken on the property and used for marketing purposes, both online and in print.
  • For answers to Frequently Asked Questions, please read below.

Frequently Asked Questions about Lesson Programs

What kind of clothing should I wear?

Should my child ski or snowboard?

Can I switch to skiing from snowboarding and vice versa?

How are children placed in classes?

Where do the classes meet?

Where do I meet my child at the end of class?

Can I watch the lesson?

How early should I arrive?

When should I have my rental equipment fitted?

Do I need to wear a helmet?

What’s the difference between the Young Learners Program and the Student programs?

When and where can I pick up my lesson badge?

What if I lost or forgot my ski school badge?

Will classes be held in the snow, rain, or cold weather?

What if a class is postponed by Nashoba?

What if my child is sick and can’t attend class?

What if my child gets hurt or doesn’t want to attend class anymore? Can I get a refund?

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Multi-week Lesson Registration has started

Full lesson signup information is available here.

We’ve opened up 2017 registration for our multi-week lesson programs. Below we have some info for first-timers taking their first lesson.

 

6-week Lesson Programs begin the first week of January.
  • Monday 1/9/17
  • Tuesday 1/3/17
  • Wednesday 1/4/17
  • Thursday 1/5/17
  • Friday 1/6/17
  • Saturday 1/7/17
  • Sunday 1/8/17
  • Space is limited and advance registration is required.
  • Badges are only valid on days of regularly scheduled lessons. Badges cannot be used during vacation weeks or on vacation days.
  • Badges are available at the ski school desk in December, and must be picked up before the first day of your program.
  • $5.00 fee for lost or forgotten ski school badges (all programs)
  • If you are renting equipment, you must pre-fit by December 21, 2016.
  • There will be no program classes on Martin Luther King Day (Jan. 16, 2017) and February Vacation days (Feb. 20 – 26, 2017). Classes will be held the first weekend of February vacation.
  • You must attend your scheduled class or forfeit lesson, lift ticket and rental fee.
  • Classes, if postponed, will be made up at the end of the program.
  • Day and time of lesson cannot be changed.
  • There are no refunds after the second week. Refunds based on full retail value.
  • Lessons are often held in inclement weather conditions. If weather is questionable, check this website for status of your lesson.
  • Arrange a meeting place with your child before the lesson begins. Lessons may begin and end on different slopes. Stress to your children where you will be when their lesson is completed.
  • All program prices include a $30 non-refundable deposit.
  • All Rental Packages include a $15 non-refundable deposit.
  • Photographs and video will be taken on the property and used for marketing purposes, both online and in print.
  • For answers to Frequently Asked Questions, please read below.
Snowsports Lesson Release of Liability

We require a signed waiver for each lesson program. Download the Snowsports Lesson Release of Liability Form

Frequently Asked Questions about Lesson Programs

What kind of clothing should I wear?

Should my child ski or snowboard?

Can I switch to skiing from snowboarding and vice versa?

How are children placed in classes?

Where do the classes meet?

Where do I meet my child at the end of class?

Can I watch the lesson?

How early should I arrive?

When should I have my rental equipment fitted?

Do I need to wear a helmet?

What’s the difference between the Young Learners Program and the Student programs?

When and where can I pick up my lesson badge?

What if I lost or forgot my ski school badge?

Will classes be held in the snow, rain, or cold weather?

What if a class is postponed by Nashoba?

What if my child is sick and can’t attend class?

What if my child gets hurt or doesn’t want to attend class anymore? Can I get a refund?

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2016 Closing Date Announcement

We are officially done for the 2015-2016 ski season. Thank you all for a great year.

The BWL Championships on March 6 will be held as scheduled!

The pond skim is also cancelled. Please check back for updates and thank you so much for skiing at Nashoba this winter. Check out some of our favorite pics and characters from Nashoba this 2016 Ski Season.

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March 1 – Join Ski Patrol Info Meeting

Want to Join Ski Patrol?

Come find out what it’s all about this Tuesday, March 1, 2016 @ 7:00 PM.

This meeting is an introduction to Ski Patrol.  We will also evaluate your skiing ability and talk to you about the requirements and benefits of being a Ski or Snowboard Patroller.

Come to the patrol room (next to the beginner area) with you skis or snowboard, ready to ride at 7pm.  We will issue tickets to you for the evaluation.

Questions? CALL 978-727-8227

Patrol benefits include a family season pass