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Private Lessons

Private snowboard lesson

The Quickest Way to Learn or Improve

Line up your own personal pro for the day and make it an awesome one. Bring up to 4 friends for no additional cost. Private lessons are a la carte and do not include lift tickets or rentals. Advanced reservations are highly recommended. Popular instructors and lesson times book up fast.

Lesson Schedule

1 Hour 9AM–10AM
2 Hour 2PM-4PM
3 Hour 10AM–1PM
6 Hour 9AM–4PM


To redeem all items reserved or purchased online from a June Mountain ticket counter or business, the purchaser must be in person at time of redemption and present the following:

  • Purchase confirmation email
  • Valid photo ID
  • Original credit or debit card used for the purchase


  • Advanced reservations are strongly recommended.
  • We also recommend arriving 1.5 hours prior to scheduled lesson to allow enough time for rental fittings. 
  • Please consider outdoor elements when preparing for your lesson. Sunglasses or goggles and sunscreen are very important, even on those rare overcast days.

Ski & Snowboard School FAQS

Do I need to book in advance?
Highly recommended. Popular instructors and lesson times book up fast. We recommend calling as soon as your plans are made. Private lessons are offered for both skiing and snowboarding for all ability levels.

What time should I arrive in order to make it to my lesson on time? 
We recommend on arriving at June Mountain 1.5 hours prior to your schedule lesson time. If you are able, you can secure your rentals the afternoon prior to the day of your lesson from 2–3:30PM.

What level are you?

  • Beginner/Novice: If you have never skied/snowboarded before, or if you know the basics and are comfortable on easy trails.
  • Intermediate: If you are comfortable making turns on most blue runs.
  • Advanced/Expert: If you are confident skiing/snowboarding on all terrain, including steep and challenging features.

Where are is the Ski and Snowboard School located?
Lessons can be purchased at the Ticket Office, located in the parking lot. Lessons take place at the June Meadows Chalet. You must ride up J1, with or without, equipment to get there. Ages 3-4 meet inside the June Kids Room, 1st floor of the Chalet. Ages 5-12 and adults meet out on the snow, directly in front of the Chalet at the large green flag that says, Ski and Snowboard School. 

What do I need to know about putting my kids in lessons?
Helmets and eye protection (sunglasses or goggles) are required for all children ages 3–13 enrolled in Mammoth Ski and Snowboard School programs. Helmet rentals are available. For additional helmet safety information, visit NSAA's Lids on Kids website.

Lessons start promptly at the designated time. We recommend arriving at the rental shop at least 1 hr before lesson time in order for your children to be set up with equipment.

All kids need to be at least 3 years old, and must be potty trained – no diapers.

What do I need to know about private lessons? 
Private lessons are offered for both skiing and snowboarding in all skill levels and may include up to 4 additional people of your choosing. For safety reasons, the lesson pace will be geared towards the slowest person(s). For this reason we do not recommend combining groups with young children (under 6) with older kids or adults.

To book a private lesson call 888.JUNEMTN at least 1 day in advance between 8AM–8PM. Popular instructors and lesson times book up fast, so we recommend calling as soon as your plans are made.

A valid lift ticket is required for all private lessons.

What should I bring? 
REQUIRED for all children 13 and under: 
Lesson Ticket
Lift Ticket
Eye Protection (goggles or sunglasses)
Skis & Boots or Snowboard & Boots

Goggles on Stormy Days
Neck Gaiter (for cold or stormy days)
Appropriate Cold-Weather Clothing
Water-Resistant Pants & Jackets

What should I wear?
Because June is located at a high elevation, weather conditions can vary in a short period of time and the sun can be harmful to your skin and body if you're not prepared. Layering is the best way to maximize your comfort if/when the weather shifts.

Avoid cotton fabrics, as they retain moisture from snow and perspiration. Start with a moisture-wicking inner layer (such as wool or silk) and add an insulating middle piece (such as a fleece, sweater or vest). Top off with a wind and water resistant shell layer to protect you from the elements.

Any tips to help me with the high altitude? 
High altitude means less atmosphere to filter the sun. Be sure to apply sunscreen at least 30 minutes prior to hitting the slopes, then re-apply every 2–3 hours. Drink 10–16 ounces of fluid before hitting the slopes, and continue replenishing throughout the day. Focus on water and carbohydrate-replacing drinks. Modify caffeine and alcohol intake. Don’t forget to give yourself enough time and energy to last throughout the day.

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