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Homewood Ski Teams

2021/22 teams programs on sale Now

Homewood Ski Team Benefits

It’s no secret that learning how to ski or snowboard can come with a handful of various challenges. Between packing lunches, finding ski-buddies, locating winter gear, transportation to the resort and so forth, the list can seem overwhelming at first. Our program aims to simplify this entire process. Our roster of coaches collectively have decades of on-snow experience and have carefully grown our ski team into the ultimate winter-long experience made easy for the entire family. Founded on the principle of progression focused in a fun yet safe environment, Homewood Ski Teams are flexibly structured to create a more memorable winter for the whole family.

What makes Homewood Ski Teams so special?

You! The community, parents, youth, staff, and volunteers that participate year after year are the driving force that makes our program so unique. The community-driven atmosphere separates our ski team from others and we’re as excited as ever to soon begin another year. In addition, we’re proud to provide parents and their children more flexibility within the program itself including its structure, activities and group events. Outside of epic powder days on-mountain, we offer a platform for families to socialize, engage, and enjoy every aspect of the skiing lifestyle that we enjoy on the West Shore of Lake Tahoe.

Personalized Instruction with Smaller Team Sizes 

The size and intimacy of our teams programs provide a connection between the coaches, parents and participants that cannot be matched. Your athlete will be paired with the same coach and class throughout the season, their individual progress will be monitored and skills training will be tailored to fit their needs and interests. Parents are encouraged to interact in their student’s growth and coaches provide updates on progress throughout the winter.

How do you go about choosing a program?

We can accommodate any skier aged 5-14. Whether you’re pursuing competitions or just trying to have fun and explore the mountain, we have the right fit for you. For the 2021/22 season, we are offering our Supersliders and Development Teams. Read on to learn more about this great program, and feel free to reach out to our Guest Services team for further assistance. We’re proud to offer one of the best ski team program values in Lake Tahoe.

2021/22 Development Team

(Ages 9-14)

This program is designed to improve skiing skills and move into the next level of high-performance skiing and racing. In addition to all-mountain skiing, participants will receive an introduction to racing with gate training. Participation in one (1) Tahoe League race is encouraged. 

OptionsRateIncludes
Development Team
(ages 9-14)
$1,499Supervised lunch break. Lunch is not included/provided.

Minimum Requirements: Proof of age required. Athletes must be independent and able to ski the entire mountain in most conditions; including the ability to load/unload all chair lifts safely and without assistance. Use appropriate equipment for ability that is properly maintained. Minimum of 5 sign ups needed. First-year families/athletes must make an appointment for a 1-hour on-hill ski assessment before the first training day; A parent must attend Annual Parent Virtual Meeting in December (TBD). Full-day attendance is expected for all athletes when present.

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For more information please email our Guest Services team at guestservices@skihomewood.com.

2021/22 Supersliders Team
The Developement Team posing at Homewood Mountain Resort

(Ages 5-8)

The Supersliders Team program is for families looking for flexibility and is operated in conjunction with the Children’s Ski and Snowboard School. Emphasizing skill development in a fun environment, Supersliders also serves ages 5-8 and provides a building block for the Development Team.  

OptionsRateIncludes
Saturday
Full Day
$564Supervised lunch break. Lunch is not included/provided.
Sunday
Full Day
$564Supervised lunch break. Lunch is not included/provided.

Minimum Requirements: Proof of age required. Athletes must be independent and able to ski the entire mountain in most conditions; including the ability to load/unload all chair lifts safely and without assistance. Use appropriate equipment for ability that is properly maintained. Minimum of 5 sign-ups needed. First-year families/athletes must make an appointment for a 1-hour on-hill ski assessment before the first training day; parent must attend Annual Parent Meeting in December. Full-day attendance is expected for all athletes when present. Snowboard option available under the above requirements.

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For more information please email our Guest Services team at guestservices@skihomewood.com.