Beluga Whale Pre-K Ski School 

Come and beluga with us! Introduce your little beluga to skiing at Whaleback! Meets once a week for five consecutive weeks!

We strive to give our little ones a better coach/guest ratio than any other program! We want to engender a lifelong passion for snow sports. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your lesson. 


Beluga Whales Pre-K Ski Program is a fun and playful introduction to skiing for 3-5 year olds. This non-competitive 5-week program focuses on skill development, promotes safe exploration and progression in the learning area, and encourages a lifelong passion for the outdoors and skiing. We provide an attentive and nurturing learning environment with a 1:4 coach to child ratio. 

DATES/TIMES:        Please select your 5-week session(s) on the online form

                                    SESSION 1: Wednesdays, 2-3:30pm, Jan. 11, 18, 25, Feb 1, 8

                                    SESSION 2: Saturdays (SOLD OUT), 10-11:30am, Jan. 7, 14, 21, 28, Feb. 4

                                    SESSION 3: Sundays (SOLD OUT), 10-11:30am, Jan. 8, 15, 22, 29, Feb. 5

COST:   $200 per session, lift ticket included

             $250 per session + equipment rental


❖      Child must be age 3 by December 31st and toilet trained.

❖      Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to session in order to allow time for your child to get ready and get rentals

❖      Please meet at the Learning Center Desk in the lodge.

❖      Use of ski learning aids is not necessary.

❖      Helmets must be worn on the ski hill at all times.

❖      Please dress your child appropriately for the weather 

  • Waterproof coat

  • Snow pants

  • Boots

  • Hat and mittens/gloves

  • Goggles or sunglasses

  • Sunscreen and lip protection

  • Leave the cotton clothing at home. Dress them in moisture-wicking layers, even in the cold

❖      Please pack a snack & drink for the Sat & Sun sessions.

❖      Parents are expected to stay for the first day. 

❖      Remind your child to HAVE FUN! 


Please note that young children occasionally experience separation problems. Here are some suggestions to help your child adjust to the experience

  • Avoid letting this be your child’s first experience away from you. It is helpful if the child has learned to trust other adults (babysitters or caregivers).

  • Talk to your child about how much fun he or she will have in the program before your arrival.

  • Tell the child where you will be and when you will return.

  • If possible, come for a short visit the day before your reservation.

  • Our goal is for your child to have a wonderful experience. If your child has a difficult time adjusting, we will contact you so that together we can decide what is best for your child.