Monarch Adult Seasonal Programs

Monarch's adult seasonal programs are offered as a four week session. You can sign up for the whole program and take advantage of the progression that comes from weekly clinics or you can simply sign up for individual days. Each program is designed for a specific population and will help you achieve a high level of proficiency in the discipline of your choice.

Women's Wednesdays

For women, age 13 and over, skiers or snowboarders of any level. Participants will be grouped by discipline and ability. These clinics will be taught by women instructors and will cover moguls, powder, cruisers, or whatever your group requests. Progression occurs as a group.

Wednesdays, January 8, 22, 29, February 5, 2014
$215 x4 sessions
$78 x1 session

Free Heelin' Fridays

For anybody, age 13 and over, interested in free heelin' skiing. All levels of telemark skiers are welcome.

Fridays, January 10, 24, 31, February 7, 2014
$215 x4 sessions
$78 x1 session

Jack's Pack

Alpine ski clinics are for individuals, age 13 and over, who are skiing at an intermediate/advanced ability level (6/7 or 8/9)*. This class will cover moguls, powder, cruisers, and will help you to take your skiing to the next level. This clinic is led by Jack Sciacca, the head of the Monarch's Ski & Ride School department.

Thursdays, January 9, 23, 30, February 6, 2014
$215 x4 sessions
$78 x1 session
*Click here for a review of Types & Levels


Please register for this program at least 48 hours in advance of the first program day by filling out the Registration Form and Required Release Form forms completely, and dropping it off at the Reservations desk in the Rental & Lesson Center, or send to either This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or
Monarch Mountain
attn: Reservations
1 Powder Place
Monarch, CO 81227

Click here for a review of Types & Levels

What to Expect, and Other Program Information

First day

Please meet Monarch staff in the Lesson Meeting Area located north of the Rental & Lesson Center. Groups will be formed near the black butterfly sign.

Arrive at 12:30. The first 15 minutes will be used to check-in students and create lesson groups. Programs will go out on the hill at 12:45.
Participants must be dressed and ready to ski
Participants should take care of personal needs before each session begins.
Program ends at 3:15pm.

We want our programs to be fun, with no pressure, and reasonable expectations. We will do our best to meet the individual needs of each participant and group them in the appropriate classes based on ability. If at any time you have any questions or concerns about what is happening please do not hesitate to communicate with the Program Coordinator directly or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

What to wear

The participant should wear warm layers of clothing under a waterproof jacket and pants. Warm waterproof mittens or glove, a warm hat and one pair of warm socks is recommended. Wool or synthetic clothing is preferable to cotton garments as cotton absorbs water and does not hold body heat. Eye protection is a must. Goggles and a helmet are also strongly recommended.


Equipment rentals are not included in the price of the program. If the participant does not have their own equipment, arrangements for rental equipment can be made through the Monarch Rental Shop. Please click here to link to our RENTAL EQUIPMENT page for cost and reservations.

Whether renting equipment or using your own, each participant should arrive to the program with the appropriate, modern equipment, sized and adjusted by a professional according to the participant's specifications. If renting, please allow extra time before the start of each class to pick up and size your equipment.


Refunds: Monarch does not offer refunds or make-ups for missed program days. If a student does miss a program day for any reason they will be eligible for a half price two hour private.


There are no make-up days for bad weather, including snow, cold or wind. Severe winter weather is a likely possibility on all program days. Please plan accordingly and make decisions best for your family's situation. For tips on proper winter dressing please see the information below.

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