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SKI SEASON 2020-2021 is winding down and Bill is no longer available to be reserved for private lessons this year. Stay tuned for news on 2021-2022. And thanks for your support.
Update on availability of Bill Jones for winter 2020-2021: Now available to be reserved for private lessons.
To Reserve a Private Ski Lesson
with bill jones
Let's ski!"...Bill Jones .
To book your private lessons at Keystone (new and existing clients)--and at other Vail Resorts (existing clients only)--learn about lessons below, then scroll to page bottom for booking info.
Read Bill's 2019-2020 annual ski letter. "3 ski styles: Double-edge Death Grip, Lock and Step, Glider", "Ski Boot Prep", "Tip Forward They Say. Why", "It Depends"
Read Bill's 2018-2019 annual ski letter. Another look at “PSIMAN—The Movie”
Read Bill's 2016-2017 annual ski letter: updates on skiing, equipment tips, and technique brush-ups.
Bill is available for full-day private lessons in alpine skiing at skill levels from 1 through 7 and for ages 8 and up. "Private" lessons may include multiple persons.
Information/pricing for full-day private lessons: Make arrangements at www.keystoneresort.com (Skimybest.com is not a Vail Resorts website.)
If renting equipment (not included with lesson), consider renting it at the resort. That way, if an equipment adjustment is needed it can be done with less interruption to your lesson. Get skis, boots, and poles (some rental agents say poles are not needed for beginner adults--not so.; get them). The company rentskis.com: exits has locations near lift bases at most of the Vail Resorts ski areas and you can reserve your gear online--useful as at busy times equipment may be limited in some sizes or types and wait-times for fitting your gear can be less.
If you will rent equipment at a resort, arrive at the rental shop for fitting at least one hour before your lesson, more on busy days such as holidays, school vacations. Or rent it the afternoon or evening before your lesson--check for shop hours.
For more considerations on private lessons, and for comparing pros and cons of private lessons versus group lessons, go to Why Take a Lesson from a Professional Ski Instructor and scroll down to "Private vs. Group Lesson".
Share your personal skiing information with Bill so he can plan the best experience to meet your needs and wishes.
Contact Bill Jones:
Booking info for full day private lessons with Bill Jones--
Thanks, and I hope to ski with you soon--"Let's ski!"
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