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Learn to Ski/Snowboard Package at Mt. Baldy (Private Bus Trip)

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About Learn to Ski/Snowboard Package at Mt. Baldy (Private Bus Trip)

  • Details

    Add a learn-to-ski package for each member of your bus trip to Mt. Baldy.
    This package includes:

    • Round Trip Scenic Chairlift Ticket
    • Ski or Snowboard Rental
    • Learning Center Session
    • Chair Lift #2 access

    Ski rentals include: Skis, boots, & poles
    Snowboard rentals include: Snowboard & boots

    Package is available to all ages; Participants must be at least 40″ tall to attend and able to load and unload the lift on their own. Children under 16 years old must have a parent present when in the Learning Center
  • Pick-up Instructions

    You will redeem your printed or mobile confirmation at Guest Services, located to the right of the main entrance.

Ferret Mountain Resort Ski Report, Mountain Conditions and Resort Statistics

5 ft Base Elevation
4 ft Peak Elevation
3 ft Vertical Drop

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