PCMR Offers a Spring Solution for Teens!
On our last family ski vacation we were looking for a way for our teen to meet a few other's his own age on the slopes. As much as I'm sure he LOVES skiing with his family, we were actively looking for ways to connect him with other teens (preferably cute girls).
Wouldn't you know it... it's like PCMR was reading our mind with Teen Select.
They are now offering a program called "Teen Select". Teen Select instruction program. Teen Select lets skiers and snowboarders ages 15-17 do the mountain their way - getting all over the Resort and developing their skills while hanging out with a fun group their own age.
From greens to groomers, powder-filled bowls to our one of a kind Signature Runs - even getting off the mountain and into town for lunch, if they want - teens explore the entire mountain with their own crew and instructor over the course of an entire day.
Groups are capped at four skiers or riders, making sure they get a ton of attention from their instructor while making new friends. Whether your teen is looking to get their legs underneath them on easier terrain, or tear it up in the bumps, we'll hook them up with the perfect group. Teen Select lets your teenager put the days of kids ski school behind them and discover the mountain with a group of their own, while letting parents do their own thing for the day.
Teen Select is offered Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays over the next several weeks (March 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26, 31; April 1, 2) from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. One-day sessions are $195*, find out more about booking a Teen Select day here.
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