Members can register online for a lesson regardless of whether they are taking the bus or driving up.
Drive ups must find their own way to the hill (drive yourself or find a ride). For Blue Mountain and MSLM, you must buy your lift pass online on the Blue Mountain and MSLM websites. For the private hills, you buy your lift pass at the hill when you arrive (please do not call the private hills in advance). Rentals, if needed, must be purchased in advance online through the resorts. More detailed information on registering can be found on the FAQ page (at the top).
Head over to our downhill day trips schedule to plan your season.
“I’ve been a HPSC member for two years now and I joined to get to the ski hills (as I don’t drive), learn how to ski, meet new people and the club has delivered in all aspects! I’ve gone on my first big ski trip to Banff last season where thanks to the lessons, I was able to fully enjoy skiing in Banff with the group of people I met at the club! I’d highly recommend the club if you’re looking to meet like-minded people, increasing your ski skills and enjoying winter to the fullest!” Dorothy W.
Compare the Cost : To Blue Mountain 2022/2023
Compare the Cost : To Mount St. Louis 2022/2023
For the 2022/2023 season, we will be offering beginner lessons on Saturdays to Mount St. Louis Moonstone.
Sundays and Mondays to Blue Mountain and Wednesdays to private hills will include lessons for step 4 and up skiers.
Snowboard lessons will be available on Saturdays. We will also have a few advanced/expert riding days at Blue Mountain this season. Dates will be announced closer to the season.
|Ski - Step 1 - 9||Ski - Step 4-9||Ski Step 4-9||Ski Step 4-9|
|Snowboard - Beginner, Novice, Intermediate|