SXKIMYBEST.COM/Annual Ski Letter Winter 2015-2016 Bill Jonesprivate ski lesson, ski lesson, ski instructor, ski school, Bill Jones, Keystone, Breckenridge, Beaver Creek, Vail, Arapahoe Basin, learn to ski, skiing skill levels, how to ski

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 SkiMyBest: "Learn to Ski/Ski Better/Ski My Best"will be updated for winter 2016-2017.       This is a free site.   
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  to learn to ski/ski better/ski my best--
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  to book private ski lessons with Bill Jones, ski instructor, see below.


Ski season 2015-2016 is over for Colorado resorts, although diehards are still climbing to high snowfields to continue their sliding. For me I am going fishing and catching up on all that was postponed last winter--computer and yard work, fixing my snowthrower so it is ready for next winter, and running my little VistaBooks publishing and distribution business, plus attending to family matters like watching another grandaughter get married (what a process that is nowadays!).

During the winter I taught 88 days, 66 of them as private lessons. I skied another 15 or so days in training clinics and with family and friends.  I was again based at Keystone and expect to again be there for winter 2016-2017.

My teaching generally went well, and allowed me to be ranked during all season at the top, or at times near it, of the Keystone alpine instructors. This ranking generally shows my guests were  pleased with their time, although I know I could have done better for a few and have learned from their experiences ways to further improve my methods.

Private lesson bookings for winter 2016-2017 can again be made for me through the Keystone Ski School at their number 1/800/255-3715, or just email me if the line is not active this summer and early fall; I will see that your time is saved. Recall that as a Vail Resorts instructor I can meet you not only at Keystone but also at Breckenridge, Vail, Beaver Creek, and even Arapahoe Basin.

 If I have been lucky enough to ski with you, thanks for the  opportunity. If not, let's give it a go!

 Thanks for your support--Bill Jones.

August 8, 2016: Vail Resorts acquiring Whistler/Blackcomb


Choose your Colorado ski area: Arapahoe Basin, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, or Vail
(also with special arrangements California areas of Northstar, Heavenly Valley, and Kirkwood)

Bill Jones, Certified Professional Ski Instructor (Registration #110478), Level III, waiting to meet you--
"Let's go ski!"


Please contact Bill with inquiries but do not ask to make arrangements for lessons other than through the official ski school--Why?

Note that neither Bill nor any other instructor can be reserved for group lessons.
Bill teaches alpine skiing--not snowboarding, in the terrain parks, telemark, or cross-country.

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