The Arlberg Children’s Center facilities are reserved for kids enrolled in Cranmore’s KidsRule Mountain Camps, and home to the Cranmore Play Room for Young Children. Here families enjoy unparalleled convenience as the Center has its own ticketing and reservation center, rental services for Kids Rule camp and private lessons, and lesson drop off areas. Its location next to Beginner Basin and the relocated double chairlift give our guests a great selection of learning terrain, featuring Terrain Based Learning.
Directly across from the Center is the C-more Double Chairlift. The Chairlift services a secluded area of beginner-only terrain. With Penguin themed trail names, this area provides beginners with gently sloping trails geared towards learning, without the distraction of more advanced skiers sharing the slopes.
It is adjacent to the Beginner Basin novice area, featuring two carpet style lifts, making it simple for those learning to ski and ride to get on and off a lift and practice learning and turning.
Popular dates often sell out so we strongly suggest reservations to avoid disappointment. Online reservations are the most convenient way to book in advance.
As you approach Cranmore on Skimobile Road, turn left on Old Bartlett Road then take your third right onto North Chair Road. Look for directional signage pointing you to the Center. All services related to your child's camp will take place in this one building – tickets, rentals, etc. Other family members may also purchase tickets or redeem online purchases there as well for convenience. Please note that the area in front of the Center is for drop off only – no long term parking. Note that the Arlberg Children's Center is used exclusively for children's programs. For the safety and security of our campers, the building is not available for public use.
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