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About Ski Apache First-Timer/Life-Timer 5 Private 2.5 hr Lessons

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You can redeem your order at the resort using your mobile device or a printed voucher.


This package is good for 5 private 2.5 hour lessons AND a Season Pass, which is issued after the 5th private lesson is completed.

The lessons can be broken up and ... used by different family members at anytime. After the 5th lesson, the season pass may be given to one of the family members, regardless if they participated in a private lesson. The recipient must be a direct family member (no relatives or friends).

Each lesson includes one all-day lift ticket, ski or snowboard rentals, and lesson. All Private lessons are 2.5 hours in length. Any First-Timer/Lift-Timer Pass purchased after 28 February 2017 will be issued a season pass for the remainder of the 2016//17 season PLUS a season pass for the 2017//2018 Ski Season.

Important: This package is for beginners who have never ridden a lift. Only one beginner's package can be used per customer. You MUST be at the Ski School 45 minutes prior to your lesson start time if you are picking up rentals.

After purchasing the First-Timer/Lift-Timer package please call Ski Apache Ski School to schedule your private lessons at (575) 464-3698.
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Pick-up instructions

Print your receipt or confirmation and go to the Ski & Ride Center. Someone will be available to assist you.

You MUST be at the Ski School 45 minutes prior to your lesson start time (i.e. 9:15 am for the 10am class).

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More About Ski Apache

Ski Apache is a ski resort with 10 ski lifts, 55 trails and 750 acres. New Mexico’s southern-most resort, Ski Apache is a sunny and exciting resort drawing from Mexico and the Southwest. Ski Apache is a haven for experts and intermediate, as 45% of the runs are designated advanced and 35% intermediate. Grooming, 3 terrain parks, bowls, and tubing hill create a rich skiing experience. Experience southern hospitality and sunny slopes at Ski Apache.

Alto, NM (Directions) 1800 vertical feet 750 acres - Trail Map