Where Kids Can Learn to Snowboard

Now that winter has finally arrived, it's time to embrace the chill. Kids love to snowboard, whether it's having fun with friends in the terrain park or floating down powder-covered slopes. Children can learn to snowboard at a young age. Help improve their skills by taking lessons from a professional instructor at a quality ski schools in the GTA, then head out to the slopes with confidence!

Here's where kids can learn to snowboard...

Alpine Indoor Ski & Snowboard Training Centre
915 Matheson Blvd. East, Mississauga, L4W 2R7
For kids who want to learn how to snowboard in a climate-controlled environment, Alpine Indoor Ski & Snowboard Training Centre offers snowboarding classes indoors! Over the course of a 60 minute session, each student will typically spend 30 minutes on the ski slope with the Trainer. You can sign up for private sessions, semi private sessions or group sessions. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned pro, this unique indoor training facility provides you with the same disciplines as on-hill riding within a controlled and safe environment.
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Blue Mountain Snow School
108 Jozo Weider Blvd, Blue Mountains, ON L9Y 3Z2
Initiate toddlers to the sport with a guided experience in the animated Kid Zone, that introduces snowboarding through snow play. Skill development will be individually geared to your little snow bunnies. A guaranteed good time for the youngest guests. The school also offers a 9 week snowboarding Junior Program to introduce little ones to snowboarding! The Snowboard School team specializes in creating a fun and exciting time on the slopes. Senior and teen programs are also offered for more experienced snowboarders.
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Dagmar Ski Resort
1220 Lake Ridge Road, Uxbridge, ON L0B 1A0
My Snow School” led by Meredith Youmans CSIA Level IV provides superior lessons and fun snowboarding programs, unsurpassed in student/instructor ratios. There are programs for all ages, all levels and with Dagmar’s excellent learning environment your first-timers will surely have a terrific time as will the experienced on our double diamonds. Private and group lessons available.
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Evolve Snow Camps
24 Mt St Louis Rd West
Mount St. Louis Moonstone, Coldwater, ON L0K 1E0
Evolve provides beginners, intermediate and advanced snowboarders the opportunity to improve and train with Ontario’s best ski and snowboard instructors. There are opportunities for more advanced snowboarders to learn freestyle techniques, from basic fundamentals in the terrain park to fine tuning the most difficult and technical tricks. Evolve Snow Camps coaches and staff work as a team to create a friendly and fun experience for everyone involved. Lessons offered in January, February and during March Break. Busing is available from Toronto, York Region, Mississauga, Thornhill, Richmond Hill and Barrie
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Hockley Valley Resort
793522 3rd Line EHS, Mono L9W 5X7
Hockley Valley Resort’s snowboard programs have always been regarded for the quality of instruction and dedicated enthusiastic instructors. Group and private lessons lessons are offered, for all abilities. Riglet Park is an exclusive terrain based learning area for kids aged 3 years and older featuring small hills, rollers, obstacles and boxes, perfect for introducing your child to the sport of snowboarding. With Burton’s revolutionary Riglet Board and Reel, learning is safe, fun and interactive for even the youngest winter enthusiasts. Ideal for kids 3 to 8.
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