A consecutive week lesson program allows a student to pre-register for a set number of weeks of lessons (usually 4, 6 or 8) at the same time, same place and generally with the same instructors and students. Consecutive week lesson students meet at the numbered signs within the Summit SnowSports School meeting areas at Summit West, Summit Central and Alpental. Lessons DO NOT meet at rental shops.
Consecutive week lessons require pre-registration, freeing you up from lesson paperwork each week! Just be sure to check the posted roster each week to see if your instructors changed your class assignment. See Consecutive Week Lessons.
Consecutive week lessons are also known as multi-week lessons.
First check out our Consecutive Week Lesson offerings. They are sorted by age category, and can be filtered by base area within each category of Adult Lessons, Youth Lessons, and Kids Lessons. If you know which program you need, head straight to our SnowSports School online store.
Please remember that lift tickets or season passes and rentals are an additional cost.
We do not guarantee group sizes.
Participants are assigned to groups according to their ability level and age based on the information we receive from the registration forms.
Program details vary, when you register for a CWL make sure you sign up for the correct program.
We will communicate with CWL program participants via:
Please be sure to check these communication channels for updates prior to coming up to the mountain.
The Summit SnowSports School will fill each program on a first-come, first-served basis.
YES. For our First Class program at Summit West you must reserve your lesson online.
Our Triple Play beginner package at Summit Central is available for walk-ups only, no advanced reservations. You can check in and register at our rental shop at Summit Central.
At Summit Central we recommend starting your registration process at least one hour before desired lesson start time (please allow more time on busier days). Students participating in day 2 lessons, and anyone other than first-time beginners, meet for lessons at 1:30pm ONLY at Summit Central.
Please allow even more time on Weekends and Holidays.
First Class beginner package at Summit West is for first time beginner skiers and snowboarders only. If you have some experience on the slopes already, try our Triple Play Lesson Package at Summit Central, our Consecutive Week Lessons, or Private Lessons.
Reservations are not required, but are highly recommended.
Private Lessons are very popular and do reach capacity before reservation deadlines. For more information check the Private Lessons page or call 425-434-6748.
Reservations are strongly recommended as kids lessons do sell out. Avoid disappointment by placing reservations as far in advance as possible. Reservations can be made online with 36 hours advance notice, by phone with 36 hours advance notice, or on operating days only, in person at Kid’s Club or Kid’s Corral.
Register online in advance to take advantage of our lowest prices.
However, there are plenty of lesson opportunities for children 3 and up. Expose them early to our beautiful mountain environment and the joy of snowsports!
Half day kids lessons do not include lunch, but do include refreshments on breaks.
Consecutive Week Programs do not include lunch. Remember to provide a bag lunch for Alpentykes at Alpental.
First Class beginner lesson participants may pre-purchase a box lunch that will be ready for them when they break for lunch. Click here for details.
If you are using your own equipment, please make sure that it is all in good working condition before arriving for your first session at the mountain. It is a parental responsibility to make sure a child's equipment fits properly and to determine the equipment is in proper working order. Practice putting the equipment on your child at home so your child is familiar with its use. Be sure to label all equipment including gloves (mittens) and goggles.
You or your child should dress in layers and you should be sure to label all your child's clothing. Be prepared for changes in the weather! Warm, dry clothing for the ride home is also a good idea!
WARNING! Wearing all these items on a warmer day may cause extreme overheating…use your judgement to decide what is too hot to wear.
The Summit at Snoqualmie is a mountain environment. The Summit highly recommends you carry chains in your vehicle in the winter and fit your vehicle with snow tires. Conditions can change at any moment and the WSDOT often requires chains on two wheel drive vehicles when new snow falls. We also recommend all winter sports enthusiasts practice installing chains on their vehicle at a warm, dry, and level location before winter arrives. Click here to see current road conditions and get more information about travel over Snoqualmie Pass.