Lessons & Camps
Train with a snow sport professional who will help you reach your goals through our various programs!
Ski & Snowboard Lessons
No Snow? No Problem! Take advantage of our year-round, snowless slopes by signing up for a lesson with one of our highly qualified instructors. Snowflex is the only year-round slope with 2 full inches of padding which ensures minimal impact when learning both the basics of riding and the more difficult freestyle maneuvers. The bottom line is, whether you are an intermediate/advanced rider looking to progress your freestyle abilities or a complete beginner just getting into snow sports, you will have tons of fun learning and progressing at Liberty Mountain Snowflex!
Next Level Development Program
The program consists of four Saturday morning coaching sessions during the specified dates of each season. For children under the age of 16, a parent must be on-site for the sessions. As an additional benefit, all full program participants will receive one combo pass per day to have full access to the Snowflex slopes and rental equipment during the program.
Dates: October 24, 31, November 7, 14
- Coaching Session: 10 a.m. – Noon
- Lunch Break (not provided): Noon – 1 p.m.
- Free-Ride Session (film and review): 1 – 3 p.m.
Price: All 4 Weekends $99 (Pre-Register) | One Weekend $35 (Must be purchased at facility)
Email Isaac Gibson at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or questions.
Summer Day Camp
Our summer camps are for elementary to middle school-aged children who have never learned to ski/snowboard before or need a little help improving their basic skills. Our talented coaches have a lot of experience working with beginners in this age group and know what it takes to motivate, teach, and help them progress.
Dates: Check back for Summer 2021 dates
Overnight Summer Camp (Club Sports)
Next Level Summer Camp is a focused overnight camp and offers the best coaches from all over the east. During the first night of each camp session, our coaching staff hangs out around the mountain to watch campers ride. Campers are then split up into beginner, intermediate and advanced freestyle groups at the end of the night based on their abilities. Each morning, campers will shred different areas of the hill with their coaches and group to ensure that they ride a variety of features and jumps each day with riders of similar ability levels.
Camp Dates: Check back for Summer 2021 dates