Choose the private lesson option that’s right for you and learn to ski or snowboard at Mount Sima.
We offer private lessons from 11am-4pm on Saturday & Sunday, and after 1pm on Thursdays & Fridays.
If it looks like the weather will be cold, please keep an eye on our website or call the Snowline at (867) 667-7547, updated each morning at 7:30 am.
Helmets are mandatory to participate in all Snow School programs.
If you require rentals and a lift ticket, we recommend arriving 45min-1 hour before the start of your lesson to allow time to find parking, pick up your rentals and ticket.
**Please note, if you have an 11am lesson, the rental shop opens at 10:30am.**
If you have a pass and gear, we recommending arriving 20 minutes before your lesson to enable time to find parking and put on your gear.
If you have already paid for your lesson, you can meet your Instructor at the base of the Bunny Hill by the Snow School Sign. Ski Instructors will be wearing a green Sima jacket, and Snowboard Instructors will be wearing an Orange Sima jacket.
If you require rentals, please head to the rental shop.
If you have not paid for your lesson, please go to the Snow School desk, located in the main lodge. Go up the stairs to the right of the building and around to the main door. The Snow School desk will be on your right across from the fireplace.
After checking in at the Snow School desk, you will meet your instructor by the “Snow School” sign close to the bottom of the bunny hill. Ski instructors will be wearing green Sima jackets, while snowboard instructors will be wearing orange Sima jackets.
**All students are required to wear a helmet**
The secret to winter fun is dressing properly for the weather. To ensure you (or your child) has a great time on the slopes, it is essential to be warm, dry and comfortable on the snow.
Layering your clothing is the best strategy for staying warm on the slopes. Generally, layering is divided into three areas:
- Inner layer = Wicking layer (polypropylene underwear – top and bottoms): “wicks,” or moves, moisture away from your skin and dries quickly
- Mid layer = Insulating layer (wool, fleece, sweater): keeps heat in and cold out
- Outer layer = Weather Protection – Repels water from snow and blocks the wind while letting perspiration evaporate (both jacket and pants). Choose a garment that is made of waterproof, breathable material. There are several synthetic materials on the market and available at outdoor sports stores. When buying skiwear, look for fabric that is water and wind-resistant.
We also recommend wearing waterproff mitts/gloves, and goggles (necessary for windy snowy days)
**You can rent skis/board, boots and helmets from the rental shop at Mt Sima**
All lessons must be paid in full at the time of booking. Lessons can be paid for over the phone with a credit card or in-person at Mt Sima during operating hours.
Refunds will not be issued for no-shows. Refunds are only offered under extenuating circumstances. Please stay home if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms and we will reschedule your lesson. Click here for information on our Cancellation Policy