(WTNH) — Whether you love the challenge of moguls and black diamond runs or prefer to cruise on green trails. It’s time to get excited for ski and snowboard season.
Jarrod Moss from Ski Sundown explains some of the essentials for ski and snowboard season. If you have never been on the slopes, Ski Sundown has over 200 staff members that will be happy to instruct you.
Ski Sundown has a lot to offer from lessons to equipment rentals or for the expierenced snowboarders and skiers, they also have some competitions.
For more information, you can check out the video above or visit skisundown.com
- Rail Jam at Simsbury Celebrates on Saturday, November 28. Can instruct viewers to stay tuned to skisundown.com for opening day information
- New Year’s Eve – Can ski in the New Year! They stay open until midnight and Ski Patrol puts on a torchlight parade down the mountain. .
- Fun Family Events like Winter Carnival, Costume Days
- Girls Rock the Park – more of a learning session in a low-key, fun environment to empower more girls (of all ages) to approach the terrain park features.
- Senior Winter Games – They host this CT Ski Council event in February for “seniors” (you have to be age 50 or older to compete. Events include Downhill, Giant Slalom, Snowshoe Race.
- Exciting Competitions
- Rail Jams in the terrain park for our freestyle skiers and snowboarders
- CISC Racing (Connecticut Industrial Ski Council Race League) on Tuesday nights
- Mogul Competition with cash prizes that draws mogul skiers from around the Northeast.
- Snow Bar – an outdoor bar built entirely of snow – fun way to start celebrating spring skiing with outdoor apres-ski!