What do you have planned Sunday? Why not hit the mountains? Because Sunday January 27th is Canada’s Largest Lesson at Pass Powderkeg and you finally take that lesson you’ve been thinking about.

Canada’s Largest Lesson is part of Never Ever Days, a special program offered at more than 80 ski areas across Canada. It encourages folks to not let affordability stop them from finally hitting the slopes with the family.

I’ve been utilizing Pass Powderkeg’s Learn to Turn program to learn how to ski this season. Learning a new sport as an adult is tough and I’m so glad I sought out professional instruction.

Pass Powderkeg (PPK as the insiders call it) is a wonderful little family hill tucked away in Crowsnest Pass that makes the whole experience very relaxed and fun.

#SnowProud

Part of the lesson is also a contest that will help the winning ski area win $5000 to go towards the creation of a new skier/snowboarder development program.

They get points for things like:H

  • Funniest #SnowProud moment that took place during your Canada’s Largest Lesson event.
  • Social media posts promoting Canada’s Largest Lesson, National Ski and Snowboard Day, Never Ever Days, and #SnowProud. Extra points will be awarded for video social media posts.
  • Additional points will be awarded for the most #SnowProud spirit.
  • Social media posts sharing participants’ best moments with photo and/or video posts
  • Ski area with the most lessons delivered on January 27th

You better believe I’ll be posting a TON of #snowproud moments tomorrow! PPK is a great non-profit hill that I’m proud to support.

Join me!

My lesson is scheduled for 10:30 am and while those slots are booked, they still have lessons available at 12:30 pm and 2:30 pm. The first lesson of the Learn to Turn package is $65 for a two hour lesson, beginner lift ticket, and rental.

If you’re out there, look for my white/silver coat and black ski pants and come say hello! We can snap a skiing selfie! 🙂

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