Here are a few tips and information to get you started:

  • Image: Children's ski instructor with a student waivingReservations are recommended for all CLC programs. Availability is limited and these popular programs fill up fast! Space cannot be guaranteed for walk-ins without a reservation. Don’t disappoint the kids — Make your reservations here!
  • A parent or guardian must be on Liberty Mountain Resort property at all times while a child is enrolled in any Children’s Learning Center program.
  • All programs listed are daily programs. We also offer Multiweek Development and Race Programs for kids and teens. Please visit our Development Page for all the details on these popular programs.
  • Helmet rentals are included in our CLC Camp and Package programs. Helmets are becoming a popular choice for skiers and snowboarders.  We strongly recommend that you educate yourself and your kids on the use of helmets. Visit www.lidsonkids.org for more information. For other guests, helmets are available for rent and for purchase at Liberty.
  • The Children’s Learning Center is a Peanut Free Zone. We have accommodations and procedures in place for children with allergies. Please be sure to mention any special situations when placing your reservation. 
Vail Resorts Activity Illness Guidelines

The health and safety of our guests is first priority and we take this very seriously. Strong health and safety practices are the heart of our child programs. A key to preventing illness in a group activity setting is to form trusting relationships between parents and instructors around sharing important health information about your child’s condition when they are admitted.

If your child has a fever, sore throat, diarrhea, or is nauseous or vomiting, they will not be accepted for activities. If your child has recently been ill, they must be symptom-free, without the benefit of medications, for 24 hours at US properties and 48 hours at Whistler Blackcomb.

Each child will be observed for common signs of illness at arrival and throughout the day. A child who is ill upon arrival to the facility will not be admitted. Parents or guardians will be notified to pick up their child immediately, if the child becomes ill during their stay.

A physician’s note stating a child is no longer contagious will be required when a child has healing lesions or other symptoms suggestive of communicable disease.

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Children's Learning Center Packages and Information