Lincoln, NH (PRWEB) January 06, 2016
Want to be part of the Guinness Book of World Records? Beginner skiers and snowboarders are invited to hit the slopes at ski areas throughout New Hampshire on Friday, January 8 at 10 a.m.
Ski areas all over the United States will be holding ski and snowboard lessons in their respective time zones to set the world record for the largest multi-venue ski and the largest multi-venue snowboard lessons ever taught. This is not one giant lesson, but a series of lesson groups being taught in ski areas’ local time zones. Be part of this historical event and have some fun, too.
Participating Ski NH members are offering a “10 at 10” deal that day. For only $10, beginner skiers and riders can get a Level 1 class at 10:00 a.m. to participate in the Guinness Book of World Records event. Some ski areas are also including rentals and a limited lift ticket in that price, while others have different specials that participants can take advantage of in order to include rentals and a lift ticket. (Pre-registration is required at all areas and some restrictions apply, so guests should contact participating ski areas for more information. Links and contact info can be accessed at http://www.SkiNH.com/learn/worlds-largest-ski-snowboard-lesson.)
“Anyone who has thought about trying alpine skiing or snowboarding should really consider taking a 10 o’clock lesson at one of New Hampshire’s eight participating resorts on Friday,” said Ski NH Executive Director Jessyca Keeler. “You can’t beat the price, we have some of the best ski and snowboard instructors and learning terrain in New England, and how often do you have an opportunity to be a part of a Guinness Book of World Records event?”
The following is a list of participating resorts:
- Bretton Woods
- Cranmore Mountain Resort
- Gunstock Mountain Resort
- King Pine Ski Area
- Loon Mountain
- Pat’s Peak
- Ragged Mountain Resort – call (603) 768-3600
- Waterville Valley Resort
If participating in a lesson on January 8 won’t work, keep in mind that the entire month of January is Learn to Ski & Snowboard Month. Beginner specials include a $39 lift, lesson and rental package for downhill skiing and riding at participating alpine areas, and a $19 trail pass, lesson and rental package at participating cross-country ski areas. For more information, visit the Ski NH website.
Ski NH is the statewide association representing 33 alpine and cross country resorts in New Hampshire. For more information on ski areas, vacation planning, and updated winter events at Ski NH resorts, call Ski NH at 603.745.9396 or visit the Ski NH website at http://www.SkiNH.com. For statewide travel info, visit http://www.visitNH.gov.