Snowboarding combines the metaphorical coolness of skateboarding with the literal coolness of that closet where you keep all the food in your house. Dig in with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$22 for an all-day ski- or snowboard-lift ticket (up to a $45 value)
$49 for a snowboarding package (a $155 total value)
- One all-day lift ticket (a $45 value)
- Rental of snowboard with step-in bindings, boots, and helmet (a $45 value)
- One-hour group snowboarding lesson (a $20 value)
- One additional all-day lift ticket for use on a second visit (a $45 value)
$79 for a membership package (a $169 total value)
- Raging Buffalo membership (a $69 value)
- Two all-day lift tickets (a $90 value)
- Hot wax for a snowboard or pair of skis (a $10 value)
Children as young as 3 can participate in lessons for groups of up to 10 riders. Members benefit from members-only two-hour weekend and holiday sessions, half-price lift tickets on non-holiday weekdays, a 10% discount on repair work and merchandise, and other promotions. Ski and snowboard season typically runs from the weekend after Thanksgiving through late March, dependent on the weather. Keep in mind, Raging Buffalo makes their own snow. Riders should print and fill out the release form before they attend in order to get on the slopes faster.
Raging Buffalo's adrenaline junkies have turned their athletic addiction into a successful enterprise by offering snowboarding and wakeboarding lessons to beginners and experienced riders. In the summer, their instructors take to the wake for lessons that start at the wakeboard school—open since 2001—before taking students on 15-minute riding sessions. When winter comes, the instructors dry-dock their boards in local bear caves and show students how to navigate the drifts with snowboard lessons at their ski park, which opened in 1992. Additionally, Raging Buffalo plays host to a variety of events, from rail jams to USASA competitions.