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  Frost Fire Ski
  & Snow Board Area
  PO Box 711
  Walhalla ND 58282

  Ph 701-549-3600
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School Group Rates
2011 - 2012 Season

Week Day Rates 9:30 am to 3 pm (excluding holidays)

  Lift Ski Rental Snowboarding Rental Helmet Rental
Grades K - 8 $12.00 $13.00 $13.00 $5.00
Grades 9 - 12 $15.00 $15.00 $15.00 $5.00

The Place to Be This Winter to enjoy a North Dakota Day of Skiing or Snowboarding. One of the best-kept secrets at Frost Fire is our cost-saving STUDENT SPECIALS! During a field trip visit, students will learn how to ski or snowboard and will also experience firsthand how winter activities play a role in leading a healthy lifestyle.

SAFETY, SPORTSMANSHIP, and PROPER CONDUCT are stressed along with having a good time. The facility, equipment and professional instruction make the program well-worth the investment. Teachers, councilors, and parents coming with the students will be provided a complimentary left ticket and rental package. Beginner ski and snowboard students will receive FREE LESSONS.

"LEARNING TO SKI OR SNOWBOARD" is the beginning of a lifetime sport!

Group Leader Procedure: Call us to confirm your day and approximate group size. We will send a fax or packet to include;
1. Consent and release form (under 18 years of age)
2. Skier and snowboarder rental forms

Group Tubing Price- $10.00 for a two hour session

Snow Tubing Park (11am - 4 pm handle tow and tube)
Our tubing area is perfect for groups including birthday parties, scouts, schools, church and youth organizations.

Snow Tubing Group Guidelines (15 or more)

  • Three chutes each 600 feet long
  • Handle tow
  • Must be at least 4-years-old or 42" tall
  • One tube per person
  • Your session begins when tube is issued
  • Ski boots not allowed on tubing chutes

Now everyone can get out in the winter and enjoy the snow.
Anyone can snow tube and it's tons of fun, it's easy, and it's better than sledding any day.
No experience or special equipment needed. Just hop in your snow tube and enjoy the ride.

The fun awaits you at Frost Fire!
Come on out and move in Snow Motion!

The Frost Fire School Program offers students the opportunity to learn a healthy exciting outdoor sport that can be enjoyable for the rest of their lives. Safety, sportsmanship and proper conduct on the slopes are stressed as well as having a good time. The facility, equipment and professional instructions make the day well worth while. It becomes the first step in making it a ski and snowboard for life program.

The student skier/snowboarder must demonstrate to the Frost Fire Instructors along with the school staff members the following levels of ability to receive the respective mark on the white lift ticket which indicates the level of proficiency achieved. Students are not permitted to ski / snowboard on slopes with a difficulty rating higher than their proficiency level as indicated by their mark on lift ticket, unless in a group accompanied by a ski instructor or school staff member.


Expectations: Everyone learns at different paces. It is important to keep your expectations reasonable. This way you will have a successful and rewarding time on the snow. Some factors that can affect learning to ski or snowboard include your temperament (how open you are to new things), age, and physical ability. Both skiing and snowboarding take specialized skills that improve with practice over time. Ultimately, you should focus on the fun and excitement of the overall experience.

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