Current Conditions:  April 19, 2014
  • New Snow: 0 "
  • Acres Open: 186
  • Parks Open: 1
  • Weather: 32°
  • Trails Open: 26
  • Miles Open: 13.3
  • Pipes Open 1
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Ski & Snowboard Lessons Burton Experience Snowboarding at Loon Mountain

Snowboard Lessons

Learn to Ride

With almost a decade of history, Loon’s partnership with Burton Snowboards delivers a totally unique experience for guests. "Partners like Loon Mountain allow us to continue to evolve resort snowboarding," says Jeff Boliba, Burton's Global Resort Director. This winter, the evolution is crystal clear with a full menu of innovative snowboarding programs & equipment especially for you.

Riglet Park


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Learn to Ride Center

Calling all parents, kids, teens, grandparents - you're never too old, or too young, to learn to ride. Tailor-made snowboard lessons & programs guided by our Snowsports Staff, ensure that your experience is awesome. Learn to ride here »

Lil' Stash

Slightly more advanced families will find that the Burton Lil' Stash is the place to go. Located off of Lower Bear Claw, Lil' Stash features rails, rollers, logs, and carvings of Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox. It's a quiet place to develop park and freeriding skills, and the mellow gladed terrain lets aerially-challenged parents have fun, too.
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Progression Park

Start easy, or as it's said in Smart Style, 'Easy Style It'. The Burton Progression Park, located on Little Sister, is designed to increase a riders comfort level in the terrain park with features slowly progressing in size and difficulty to boost your confidence. Check out the rest of Loon’s Terrain Parks too.
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Rental Gear Guide

Start your snowboard experience fully equipped with snowboard equipment designed to get you riding. Loon is stocked with snowboards, boots and bindings exclusively from Burton snowboards and helmets from RED. Before you ride, get geared up.
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First Timer's Guide

Day 1 can lead very easily to Day 100, but make sure you're prepared from the start. Check out our First Timer's Guide to find out what you'll need to make sure you're smiling on Day 100.