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With almost 60 years of instruction under our coats, Anthony Lakes’ Ski School has a unique and personalized approach to teaching the life-long sports of skiing and snowboarding.
Our Ski School follows industry standards and certifications and our awesome group of instructors are experienced skiers and riders who are eager to teach; and they do so with friendly attitudes and a smile.
Anthony Lakes’ Ski School makes a best effort to match students of all ages and abilities with an instructor that will best serve the guest. This personalized teaching style is unique and effective. Our goal is to teach skiing and snowboarding to everyone and do so in a fun and professional manner.
If you’re interested in learning to ski or snowboard or improve your skills, please contact us and schedule your lesson. We welcome walk-up lessons too, but for a more personalized experience, it’s best to pre-arrange.
We look forward to seeing you this winter!
Save time checking in to your lesson – download, print and fill out the ski school lesson liability waiver here.
Anthony Lakes’ newly branded learning area, Alice’s Wonderland, is home to the Caterpillar Conveyor, Mad Hatter Handle Tow, and the Rabbit Hole Terrain Park. Alice’s Wonderland provides a progressive and fun learning experience for those new to skiing and snowboarding. Alice’s Wonderland was created in honor of and dedication to lifelong Anthony Lakes skier, ski school instructor, and former Anthony Lakes Outdoor Recreation Association (ALORA) Board of Director member, Alice Trindle. Read more about Alice and her contribution to Anthony Lakes.
If you plan on purchasing a lesson package below, please do not purchase lift tickets or rentals through the website. Your tickets and rentals will be issued with your lesson package.
Please see below for information on our wide variety of programs to fit your needs.
The following are available for those ages 7 & over. For ages 4-6 years, please find the Tiny Tykes program info below.
Group lesson times are at 10:30am & 1:30pm.
Please arrive by 9am to schedule a private or semi-private lesson (subject to instructor availability).
For all questions regarding ski and snowboard lessons, please contact the Learning Center Director Cindy Denne at firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-856-3277 x133.
Anthony Lakes’ Greenhorn Package is exclusively for those new to skiing and snowboarding. Instructors will excuse you from the program if you are deemed familiar with skiing or snowboarding and a refund will be issued.
Anthony Lakes’ Beginner Package is exclusively for those new to skiing and snowboarding.
Once you have completed the Beginner Package, take advantage of the Intermediate Package!
Once you have completed the Beginner Package, take advantage of the Intermediate Package! If you complete both programs during one season, receive $50 off your season pass purchase for the following season!
Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort wants more young people to take up skiing & snowboarding – for fun and fitness. To help make that happen, we offer a special program FREE for 5th and 6th grade students on Sundays every winter.
How it works:
If you have questions about the program, please contact Megan at email@example.com.
Learn to ski or snowboard or improve your skills during Spring Break at Anthony Lakes! This 5 day, all inclusive camp is open to the first 100 skiers/riders ages 7-18. Your child will receive five consecutive days a lift tickets, rentals and lessons!
The cost for this camp is $250/student and is good for 5 days of skiing/riding. (This is a flat fee).
8:45 a.m. -9:45 a.m.: Registration
10:30 a.m. – Noon: Lesson
Participants are free to use their tickets and equipment for the remainder of each day.
Ski for the Health of It is an 8 week program that allows students from Baker and North Powder School Districts to ski at an extremely low cost. Thanks to continued support from the Leo Adler Foundation and Community Bank, Anthony Lakes is able to greatly reduce the individual cost for participants in the Ski for the Health of It program.
Promoting the life-long healthy aspects of skiing, the Leo Adler Foundation has allowed Baker County and North Powder kids, grades 4-12, to participate in this wonderful 8 week program for $80 (or $50 for High School Bus students). Cost includes lift, lessons, rentals, and transportation from Baker. (Note: North Powder students may have an additional cost for transportation. Please check with your school counselor.)