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Multi Day Programs

Bobcats and Big cats

Bobcats and Big Cats are our multi-week skiing and snowboarding lesson programs for the young rippers-to-be. Groups are broken down by age and skill level to make learning fun and safe for every skier and rider. Your children will love learning from our instructors in the Kids Fun Zone and beyond.

These programs span 14 sessions throughout the season and are designed to improve their skills, independence, and balance, all while fostering a deep love for winter sports. And they’re a great way for them to make new friends.

And while your little ones are under the careful watch of our professional instructors, we hope you manage to get a few turns in for yourself.


Bobcats Half Day


9:45am – 12:15pm

OR 1:00pm – 3:30pm



Big Cats Full Day


9:45am – 3:30pm $999 SOLD OUT

Quick Notes

  • Includes 14 ski or snowboard group lessons. All levels welcome.
  • Program runs on pre-determined Saturdays and Sundays from December 9, 2023 to April 14, 2024.
  • Lunch and lift tickets are not included.
  • Children 5 & under ski/snowboard free. Lift ticket is required, we recommend obtaining a FREE season pass for children 5 & under. Media card cost is $5 and is a separate cost from the season pass access. Please visit the Activity Center to purchase.


You can book online or by calling our Reservations Team at 307-353-2300 ext1. Before you start the booking process, please gather the following information for each child:

  • First & Last Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Preferred Session 
  • Discipline
  • Ability Level
  • Height
  • Weight
  • Parent email address
  • Parent phone number

If booking through the Reservations Team, please email this information ahead of time to to expedite your booking process.


Winter Activities Liability Waiver MUST be signed in advance. Please check in behind the Powder Scouts building 15 minutes ahead of the scheduled lesson time. Skiers and snowboarders must be dressed, geared up and ready to start the lesson. All students must have lift ticket or season pass ready. Lift tickets are not included in the price of a lesson. Please purchase your lift ticket or season pass separately. Instructors will meet the group at the scheduled start time and will check the students in.


Program cancellations must be made by November 30, 2023 and will be charged a $25 processing fee per child. Program cancellations received after December 1, 2023 will forfeit the total cost of the program. Individual lessons’ no shows or cancellations will forfeit the lesson.


Individual lesson cancellations made within the non-refundable period due to injuries or sickness will be taken into consideration for a pro-rated refund. Medical documentation, signed by a physician, must be emailed to

No-showed lessons are excluded from this special consideration. If your child will not be attending a lesson, please contact the Snow Sports School prior to lesson start time at 307-353-2300 x1358 and leave a voicemail if we are unable to take your call or email


Day of the week and time selected will be applied to all dates for the entirety of the program. Lessons are included as a set and cannot be changed or re-scheduled. Selected program cannot be changed after November 30, 2023.


  • SATURDAYS: December 9, 16. January 6, 20, 27. February 3, 10, 24. March 2, 9, 16, 30. April 6, 13.
  • SUNDAYS: December 10, 17. January 7, 21, 28. February 4, 11, 25. March 3, 10, 17, 31. April 7, 14.


Please understand and respect our Lesson Age requirements as they are in place for the health and safety of our staff and our guests. Please note: if you misrepresent your child’s age purposefully or by mistake, the lesson you booked will be treated as a ‘day of cancellation’ which means the entire lesson fee is forfeited, unless we are able to rebook the lesson as an age-appropriate option.


LEVEL 1: Never Ever

Terrain: Beginner Conveyer, flat to gentle slopes
I've never skied or snowboarded, but I'm excited to learn!


Terrain: Beginner conveyer + Shoshone Chairlift, gentle slopes to easy Greens

Alpine: I've skied before and know the basics like sliding, slightly changing directions and coming to a stop. 

Snowboard: I've snowboarded before. I feel pretty good at sliding, doing the falling leaf and knowing basics like using body movements to go from toe side to heel side, can stop and fall safely. 


Terrain: Shoshone Chairlift, easy green to difficult green

Alpine: I'm gaining confidence in my abilities and can link my turns together smoothly. I'm comfortable on a chairlift, can ski various sized turns on green terrain and can maintain consistent speeds. 

Snowboard: I'm gaining confidence in my abilities and can smoothly link my turns on green terrain while controlling my speed through my turns. I'm comfortable on a chairlift and able to traverse a catwalk on one edge.


Terrain: All mountain, easy blue to difficult blue

Alpine: I'm consistently skiing mostly parallel turns and maintaining consistent speed on blue terrain. I also know how and when to use my poles. I'm ready to explore areas of the mountain and feel ready to ski off trail. 

Snowboard: I'm consistently using body movements to control my turns while maintaining consistent speed on blue terrain. I can easily change from my toe edge to heel edge with slight movements while traversing. I'm ready to explore more areas of the mountain and feel ready to snowboard off trail.


Terrain: All mountain, difficult blue to double black 

Alpine: I'm very confident on my equipment in any situation on the mountain. I ski parallel turns and can keep the same speed the entire time. I know how to navigate groomed and un-groomed trails. I am working to finesse my skiing abilities in various types of terrain and snow conditions. 

Snowboard: I'm very confident on my equipment in any situation on the mountain. I know how to blend all the fundamentals of snowboarding as needed and can keep the same speed the entire time. I am comfortable navigating groomed and un-groomed trails. I am working to finesse my snowboarding abilities in various types of terrain and snow conditions.

Uphill access is now open until further notice. Please review our uphill policy and remember that the resort is closed. You are skiing at your own risk. 

The snow access at the base area will be limited due to ongoing construction projects. The recommended uphill route is the Teton Vista Traverse. Active heavy equipment, winch cables and other dangerous equipment will be on the mountain, so please ski with caution at all times.