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What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
Two 60-minute ski or snowboard simulation lessons. Choose from the following options:
- $120 for one person ($230 value)
- $152 for two people ($290 value)
- $215 for three or four people ($410 value)
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Must sign waiver. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Reservation required. Lessons are subject to availability. 24 hour cancellation notice required. All skill levels and ages welcome. All equipment (skis, snowboard, boots) is included for simulator training. Lessons must be taken on separate days. Not valid at Mt. High location on 1/14/17–1/15/17 or 2/18/17–2/19/17. May be repurchased every 30 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Virtual Snow
Nobody in Santa Monica has a snow-covered slope in their backyard to practice slalom runs. Some think they can just march up a mountain and dominate a black diamond on courage and instinct alone. Instead, they wind up face first in snow, wishing they’d practiced.
In order to prepare skiers and snowboarders for the real deal, and to spare them from slushy, frostbitten shame, US Ski Hall of Famer Bob Salemo devised his innovative Virtual Snow training system. In a controlled indoor environment far away from menacing ski lifts and snowballs tossed by mountain goats, winter-sports enthusiasts perfect their maneuvers in fun training drills led by skilled instructors and the clever teachings of Salemo himself. The faux ski-course simulator, which resembles a large conveyor belt, mimics the smooth surface and wily turns of a downhill slope as its snowy surface rolls beneath the feet of students on skis or snowboards. Future Picabo Streets or Shawn Whites not only expand their abilities to new levels, but they can also practice tricks without bailing out and shake off any bad habits they learned from sleet gangs.