Colorado’s Powderhorn Mountain Will Teach You To Ski For Free
As the good people at Powderhorn Mountain know, Bob Beverly was the man when it came to developing the mountain and ensuring the ski resort would open to Grand Junction and the public back in 1966.
The Legacy of Bob Beverly at Colorado's Powderhorn Mountain
Bob grew up in Steamboat Springs, Colorado and as a child, he became a mostly self-taught skier. Over the years he never stopped sharing his love for skiing so, in tribute to Bob, Powderhorn has a program that requires a 100% refundable deposit, but ultimately gets you free ski lessons this winter at zero cost by the time the classes come to an end.
Can You Really Learn to Ski at Powderhorn Mountain for Free?
So how exactly does it all work? It's really not very complicated. Each participant can attend 3 different classes over the course of a season at Powderhorn. All three lessons include a free station-based lesson, an easy-rider lift ticket, equipment rental. If you select an AM class, you'll have the option to stay on the mountain and ski after the class at a reduced rate.
Learn to Ski takes place on weekends at 10a and weekdays at 1 pm, and requires a reservation. Snowboarding class starts and 10:30 am on weekends and 1:30 pm on weekdays and also requires a reservation in advance. Click here to learn more about the program.
Ten Tips For Making The Most Of A Powder Day
Keep scrolling to look at ten fast and easy tips for enjoying a powder day at Powderhorn Mountain ski resort.