KidsRule Mountains Offer Fun in the Sun Family Events this Spring

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The three KidsRule resorts continue their family focus this March with fun family events and great values.

The month of March means longer days and plenty of snow at ski resorts throughout New England. The three KidsRule resorts continue their family focus this March with fun family events and great values. KidsRule is an innovative new snow sports school offered at Massachusetts’ Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort, New Hampshire’s Cranmore Mountain Resort, and Vermont’s Bromley Mountain Resort.

“Trail counts are high, the sun is higher in the sky and the days are longer and warmer. March is a great time to be outdoors with your family,” says KidsRule program founder, Brian Fairbank.

March is considered by many snowfans to be the best month of the year, and the three mountains of the KidsRule Mountain Camps are hosting a variety of kid-friendly events to make the most of it.

Bromley Mountain, Vermont

March 17th
Mountain Dew Vertical Challenge
This “Dual Grand Slalom” will be last chance to qualify for the national championships.

March 24th through March 25th
Spring Fling Weekend with live music and fun family events. Saturday features a live band and Pond skimming contest. The third annual Duct Tape Derby will take place on Sunday, also with live music. In addition, the Trampoline Things will be on hand from Vermont's Summer Adventure to liven up the weekend on both Saturday and Sunday.    
2-Day E-coupon available only at Adults $95, Teens $85, Juniors $65.

Cranmore Mountain, New Hampshire

March 3rd
Hannes Schneider Meister Cup
It’s a ski race in honor of Cranmore ski school founder Hannes Schneider, but it’s also a weekend full of fun activities for families, including an ice carving demonstration, a torchlight parade, fireworks, vintage skiwear display and more. Participation benefits the New England Ski Museum.

March 3rd
Fiesta themed Cranapalooza (the resort’s weekly Saturday afternoon family festival) with free face painting, s’mores with Cranmore’s mascot, C-more the Penguin, plus children’s entertainment and live music.

March 10th
80’s Cranapalooza with live music from Pete Kilpatrick and family entertainment from Marcus Gale.

March 17th
Meet Pat Patriot, host of the 3rd Annual Cranmore Mascot Jam. First 100 kids and all KidsRule campers get a Patriot’s poster signed by Pat.

March 24th
Mountain Dew Spring Splash!
Everyone's favorite spring event is back, and skiers and riders see how far they can make it across the slush pool, colored green with Mountain Dew!

·         March 4, 2012 - Adults Ski for $47, Teens/Juniors Ski for $37, Children Ski for $32
·         March 11, 2012 - Adults Ski for $25, Teens/Juniors Ski for $20
·         March 18, 2012 - Adults Ski for $25, Teens/Juniors Ski for $20
·         March 25, 2012 - Adults Ski for $25, Teens/Juniors Ski for $20

Jiminy Peak, Massachusetts

March 4th
The Mountain Dew Vertical Challenge with Dual Slalom Race.

March 16th
Rail Jam
This is the final Rail Jam of the season. Grab your twin tips or you board and show off your best tricks.

March 17-18
Jiminy’s most popular annual event, Spring Fling, is back again this season. Take the skills you’ve learned in KidsRule and sign up for a whole lot of fun, including the exciting races down the 180 slope. Races for kids as young as 4.

E-coupon- Sunday, March 11 E-Coupon $40 8 Hour Day Ticket or $30 Twilight

KidsRule Mountain Camps
With a special emphasis on learning terrain, the KidsRule mountains not only offer a wide variety of kid-friendly slopes in the region, but they offer a new approach - one based on safety, learning life long techniques, and helping each child learn at their own pace. KidsRule Mountain Camps combine the best practices of more than 120 years of teaching experience to offer a fresh approach to instruction, one where the skills and confidence go as deep as the fun and laughter.

KidsRule Mountain Camps will unite the best techniques of all three mountains, including distinct safety features, specially trained instructors, dedicated learning facilities, and consumer-focused communications to provide children and their parents a new kind of mountain experience.


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