Where to Find Ski Classes for Little Kids in Connecticut? — at Ski Sundown! Conveniently located off of Routes 44 and 219 in New Hartford, Connecticut 40 minutes from Hartford, CT; 1 hour from Danbury, CT; 1 hour 20 minutes from Stamford, CT; 1.5 hours from Westchester County, NY; and about 2 hours from New York City.

Winter made better! Enjoy day and night skiing or snowboarding seven days a week in our beautiful mountain setting. Our twice-daily groom and 100% snowmaking coverage deliver the region’s most dependable conditions. Sixteen trails offer beginner, intermediate and expert runs over 70 scenic skiable acres. Two terrain parks and free NASTAR racing add to our mountain fun and excitement! Enjoy après-ski in our Last Chair Tavern. We’ve got you covered with flexible options including 4- and 8-hour “start anytime” lift tickets and rentals, lesson programs for ages 3+,  walk-in daily lessons, as well as family events and exciting winter competitions.

There is something for every age 3+  where the staff strive to offer the best mountain experience. We work hard on keeping the mountain well maintained, fresh, and exciting. We want as many people to enjoy our creations as possible, that’s why we offer such a variety of Freestyle Terrain which may contain jumps, hits, ramps, banks, fun boxes, jibs, rails, half pipes, quarter pipes, mogul terrain, and other created or natural terrain features.

Time to Sign Up for Kids Classes Now!

Ski Sundown launched Connecticut’s first Adaptive Ski School Program in 2005 with STRIDE, a nonprofit adaptive skiing and recreation organization for individuals with disabilities. There’s no better place to enjoy winter than Ski Sundown so start your visit online first skisundown.com and connect with us on social media anytime!

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