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Learn to ski for as little as free at New England resorts this month

January is National "Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month," which means you can learn how to ski or ride for as little as...well, nothing, at certain points over the next few weeks.

Unfortunately, all of Maine's 141 free lessons have been reserved, but New Hampshire is running its free week Jan. 7-13. Registration is now available at skinh.com at a number of participating areas including Wildcat, Black, Watervile Valley, and Loon. It's first-come, first-serve at each resort, and each free lift ticket does come with a free set of rentals and a lesson.

In addition, various resorts throughout the Granite State will offer their own "Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month" packages throughout the month. Check skinh.com for a complete rundown.

In Vermont, the deal lasts all month, except that the cost "skyrockets" to $29 per person, and is limited to different minimum ages at certain resorts. The $29 deal also includes lesson, beginner lift ticket, and rentals. Email Ski Vermont with the following information: name, phone, and zip code, which resort you would like to visit, and how many people in your group will be signing up.

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