Discover a Higher Level of Skiing & Riding
Whether you’re new to the sport or an expert looking to hone your skills, Breckenridge Ski and Snowboard School has a program for you. With top-notch instructors and terrain for every skill level, our ski and snowboarding lessons will have you doing things you never thought possible at Breckenridge Ski Resort.
Breckenridge Ski and Snowboard School boasts more than 600 professional instructors dedicated to helping you reach your goals. These talented and passionate pros teach over 90,000 skiing and riding lessons a season and even train other instructors around the world. Foreign language pros are also available to ensure a world-class learning experience.
If you’re new to skiing or snowboarding, the Village at Breckenridge and Beaver Run offer access to some of the most gentle and longest beginner trails in the country, while Peak 8 boasts a newly re-graded beginner area and surface lift. Our gentle terrain and talented instructors give you the confidence and skill you need to master the sport. Book your beginner ski or snowboard lesson
Intermediate skiers and riders will find the closest thing to ski school heaven on Breck's famed Peak 7 terrain. You’ll be king of the mountain after tackling seven wide-open trails packed with thrilling rollers and dotted with tree islands. Book yourintermediate ski or snowboard lesson
For more advanced skiers and riders, our instructors use the Imperial Express to access the resort’s steepest slopes and bowls. Four amazing peaks containing a variety of moguls and groomed cruisers let students take their skills to the next level while experiencing more of the mountain. Book your advanced ski or snowboard lessons
Learn on Award-Winning Parks and Pipes
Breck’s four parks and three pipes are perfect for raising skiers and riders to new heights. All of our instructors attend park and pipe clinics before teaching beginning, intermediate and advanced lessons on some of the best parks and pipes in the country. Book parks and pipes skiing or snowboard lesson