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Why Put Your Children in Ski Lessons?

Are you bringing your kids to our ski resort with lodging this winter? All ages are more than welcome at Whitecap Mountains Resort! With a variety of trails for all sorts of abilities (check out our ski trail maps here), we’re just one of many winter resorts that provides a space for all ages to experience the joy of skiing.

A lot of the kids who visit Whitecap Mountains Resort are taking to the slopes for the first time. Your children will most likely be among peers of their own ability level, especially if they’re taking one of our ski lessons. Which brings us to our first piece of advice for young skiing newbies:

Kids Should Always Take a Lesson Before Skiing

Ski lessons at Whitecap Mountains Resort are focused on fun! Your kids will have a great time under the guidance of our top-notch and professional ski instructors, whether they’re learning in a group ski lesson or going solo with a personal coach.

What could be more fun for any kid than meeting new people, learning new things, or making new friends? Of course, aside from ski lessons being a blast of a way to spend an hour or two, they offer many more practical benefits for your kid’s first skiing experience.

Ski Lessons Teach Children How to Ski Safely

When you’re out on the slopes before or after your child’s lesson, you won’t be able to hold their hand. Yes, we mean literally, but figuratively too.

Even if you’re skiing or snowboarding near your child, they’re still responsible for the pieces of equipment strapped to their own two feet. Just as when your kid learns to ride a bike on their own, it’s impossible for you, as a parent, to make split-second safety-related decisions for them as the two of you hurtle down the slopes. To some degree, kids must learn to keep themselves safe (with the help of a trusted adult alongside them, of course).

Our ski lessons at Whitecap are designed to teach kids every last bit of safety info they need to know to navigate the slopes with care. You’ll be able to relax when you’re skiing together, knowing your kids have the skills they need to take care of themselves when they’re between their own set of poles.

Ski Lessons Help Kids Make Connections

Is your kid a social butterfly, or do they need a little help in the friendship department? Regardless, they’ll laugh the day away with a group of peers of similar ages and abilities. Our ski lessons foster friendship in an accepting environment in which kids cheer instead of jeer. Comradery is built through mutual support, not through socially isolating one child or another. Plus, the kids also gain a mentor as they work closely with our ski instructors to learn new skills.

Ski Lessons Build Character

Your children will grow as individuals in Whitecap Mountains Resort’s ski lessons. There’s nothing quite like trying something you’ve never done before in front of a group of peers, even if those peers are all in the same boat!

In our fun-focused ski lessons, your child will learn to work through embarrassment and embrace the laughter and flubs that come with the learning process. That’s something that some adults could even stand a refresher course in! Plus, skiing has a way of teaching life lessons even when kids aren’t looking for them—when to push your limits, how to believe in oneself, and how to embrace a greater sense of independence in the face of a challenging situation. Don’t be surprised if your child comes home with some astute observations about themselves and the world.

Book Your Family’s Next Ski Trip at Whitecap Mountains Resort

Ski lessons slots and hotel stays are booking fast, so book your trip with the best ski resort in Upson, Wisconsin by clicking here. With questions, you can reach us at 715-561-2227. We’ll see you and your kids soon!

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