By Kaitlin Ahern; research by Alyssa Sparacino

Family-Friendly Ski Mountains and Resorts in Connecticut - 2011 Guide

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Whether skiing or snowboarding is your style, this is your one-stop shop: We've compiled a comprehensive guide to the family-friendly mountains in Connecticut. Many of these locations feature lesson programs tailored to youngsters as well as child care for the littlest ones in your brood. Scroll down for our complete 2011 guide to ski mountains and resorts in the Northeast.

 

  

Mohawk Mountain Ski Area

46 Great Hollow Road, Cornwall

860-672-6100 or 800-895-5222

The Parent & Tots program teaches parents how to ski safely with their 4-year-old child, while the child learns to ski. Available Wednesday mornings, weekends, and holidays. Parent must be at least an intermediate-level skier. Pre-registration required.

 

young kids snowboarding; snowboardersMount Southington

396 Mount Vernon Road, Plantsville

860-628-0954

14 trails, most of which are beginner and intermediate level. Ski Threes, for parents and 3-year-olds, introduces toddlers to skiing while teaching parents to use tip connectors and harnesses while skiing. Pre-registration required.

 

Woodbury Ski Area

785 Washington Road, Woodbury

203-263-2203

14 snow tube runs, three tubing parks, and night tubing. Learn to ski/snowboard group lessons and private lessons available.

 

 

Also see: Our complete 2011 Guide to Family-Friendly Ski Moutains and Resorts in the Northeast 

 

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