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Learn To Ski And Snowboard In January

800px-Boarder_crossThis January may be the perfect time to learn how to ski or snowboard.

The U.S. Forest Service and organizers of the Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month (LSSM) are working together to promote LSSM 2012 and the health benefits of winter outdoor activity.


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An agreement was signed recently by Mary Jo Tarallo, executive director for LSSM and Jim Bedwell, director of recreation, heritage and volunteer resources for the Forest Service.  The agreement details the efforts to mutually encourage children and adults to learn how to ski and/or snowboard by taking lessons from professional instructors.  According to Forest Service data, alpine skiing is the second most popular recreation on Forest Service land behind hiking.

Information about LSSM is being posted on Forest Service websites.  Ski and snowboard areas throughout the U.S. including California offer free and reasonably priced turnkey programs during January as part of this initiative.

“We are working together to create public awareness for California snow sports and winter activity outdoors,” said Randy Moore, pacific southwest regional forester.

There are 23 ski and snowboard areas and resorts in California on Forest Service land:

  • Angeles National Forest:
    • Mountain High (East, West, North)
    • Mt. Waterman
    • Mt. Baldy
  • Eldorado National Forest:
    • Kirkwood Ski
    • Sierra at Tahoe
  • Inyo National Forest:
    • June Mountain
    • Mammoth
  • Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit:
    • Heavenly
  • Klamath National Forest:
    • Mt. Ashland
  • Modoc National Forest:
    • Cedar Pass
  • San Bernardino National Forest:
    • Bear Mountain
    • Big Air/Green Valley
    • Snow Summit
    • Snow Valley
  • Sequoia National Forest:
    • Shirley Meadow
  • Sierra National Forest:
    • Sierra Summit
  • Stanislaus National Forest:
    • Bear Valley
    • Dodge Ridge
  • Tahoe National Forest:
    • Donner Ski Ranch
    • Boreal Ridge
    • Alpine Meadows
    • Squaw valley
    • Sugarbowl

Learn To Ski And Snowboard In January

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