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Guinness Record to be set in Friday's World's Largest Ski Lesson Event

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World's Largest Lesson Record Breaking Attempt Friday, January 8 at Mt. Hood Meadows

  • Mt. Hood Meadows among more than 160 ski areas participating in World's Largest Ski Lesson Record Attempt
  • Participates can sign up in advance for just $20 for lift ticket, 2 hour lesson and equipment rental package

MT. HOOD, OR (Immediate Release) – Mt. Hood Meadows will join ski areas from across the country to set a Guinness World Record for the most people learning to ski and snowboard at one time. Friday, January 8 is the designated day where thousands of people across the country will take their first lesson at their local ski area. Meadows is offering a ski or snowboard lesson package that includes lift ticket, two hour lesson and equipment rentals for just $20. Those who want to participate in setting the record can be as young as six years old.

Ski and Snowboard School Director Chris Kastner says, “This is the perfect opportunity for anyone who has never skied or snowboarded before to learn a new life-long sport. We expect this will be very popular and encourage those interested to register in advance to take advantage of this great price and help us make history!"

$20 January 8 World Record Lesson Package Registration

This is not one giant lesson, but many group lessons all taking place at 10 AM local time at ski areas across the country. More than 160 ski areas are participating in what will be the largest multi-venue ski and snowboard lesson ever taught.

This World Record event is organized by the Learn to Ski and Snowboard Initiative and SNOW Operating.