Lost Valley Ski Area

Opened in 1962, Lost Valley was a pioneer in snowmaking and grooming. Lost Valley's variety of trails and terrain park make for a full and interesting day for skiers of all abilities. Most trails are rated easy and intermediate, with a few difficult trails to challenge expert skiers. Lost Valley also offers 9.3 miles of Nordic trails and a ski lodge with food and equipment for sale or rent.

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Skiing Lesson Plan

FUN FACTS

5000 years ago, skiing was a mode of transportation for people living in snow covered areas. Skiing was even used during wartime to aid in the movement of soldiers. Today, however, skiing is widely popular as a recreational and professional sport, with numerous variations including downhill alpine, aerial skiing, the ski jump, slalom, and cross country. Skiers constantly challenge themselves to set new records in height and speed. Most notably in recent history was the record set by Harry Egger in 1999, with a skiing speed of 154 miles per hour!

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Lost Valley Ski Area

Opened in 1962, Lost Valley was a pioneer in snowmaking and grooming. Lost Valley's variety of trails and terrain park make for a full and interesting day for skiers of all abilities. Most trails are rated easy and intermediate, with a few difficult trails to challenge expert skiers. Lost Valley also offers 9.3 miles of Nordic trails and a ski lodge with food and equipment for sale or rent.

contact info

Hrs: Vary.

Skiing Lesson Plan

FUN FACTS

5000 years ago, skiing was a mode of transportation for people living in snow covered areas. Skiing was even used during wartime to aid in the movement of soldiers. Today, however, skiing is widely popular as a recreational and professional sport, with numerous variations including downhill alpine, aerial skiing, the ski jump, slalom, and cross country. Skiers constantly challenge themselves to set new records in height and speed. Most notably in recent history was the record set by Harry Egger in 1999, with a skiing speed of 154 miles per hour!

View Lesson Plan>>

Lost Valley Ski Area

Opened in 1962, Lost Valley was a pioneer in snowmaking and grooming. Lost Valley's variety of trails and terrain park make for a full and interesting day for skiers of all abilities. Most trails are rated easy and intermediate, with a few difficult trails to challenge expert skiers. Lost Valley also offers 9.3 miles of Nordic trails and a ski lodge with food and equipment for sale or rent.

contact info

Hrs: Vary.

Skiing Lesson Plan

FUN FACTS

5000 years ago, skiing was a mode of transportation for people living in snow covered areas. Skiing was even used during wartime to aid in the movement of soldiers. Today, however, skiing is widely popular as a recreational and professional sport, with numerous variations including downhill alpine, aerial skiing, the ski jump, slalom, and cross country. Skiers constantly challenge themselves to set new records in height and speed. Most notably in recent history was the record set by Harry Egger in 1999, with a skiing speed of 154 miles per hour!

View Lesson Plan>>

Lost Valley Ski Area

Opened in 1962, Lost Valley was a pioneer in snowmaking and grooming. Lost Valley's variety of trails and terrain park make for a full and interesting day for skiers of all abilities. Most trails are rated easy and intermediate, with a few difficult trails to challenge expert skiers. Lost Valley also offers 9.3 miles of Nordic trails and a ski lodge with food and equipment for sale or rent.

contact info

Hrs: Vary.

Skiing Lesson Plan

FUN FACTS

5000 years ago, skiing was a mode of transportation for people living in snow covered areas. Skiing was even used during wartime to aid in the movement of soldiers. Today, however, skiing is widely popular as a recreational and professional sport, with numerous variations including downhill alpine, aerial skiing, the ski jump, slalom, and cross country. Skiers constantly challenge themselves to set new records in height and speed. Most notably in recent history was the record set by Harry Egger in 1999, with a skiing speed of 154 miles per hour!

View Lesson Plan>>

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