Downhill Skiing & Snowboarding
Como Park Ski Center
*Due to forecasted warm weather, Monday, February 15 will be our last day. We will be open to the public from 11am-6pm on Monday, February 15. Lessons will not be affected.*
Downhill skiing and snowboarding is available at the Como Park Ski Center, located at 1431 North Lexington Parkway near Lake Como and the Como Park Zoo and Conservatory. The facility features two rope tows and a 150 foot vertical drop on 15 skiable acres. The Como Park Ski Chalet offers a offers a warm retreat with restrooms and concessions. For information on renting the Como Park Ski Chalet, call (651) 488-9673.
Como Park Ski Center has lessons for all ski and snowboard levels. Students are grouped by ability for a more enjoyable experience. In order to pass to the next level, students must demonstrate the skills taught at their current level. The program prioritizes safety, fun and learning. Como Ski and Snowboard School recommends helmets for all students.
Single Day Rope Tow Fees
|Single Day Pass*||10 Day Punch Pass|
|Junior (17 & Under)||$12.00||Junior (17 & Under)||$100.00|
|Adult (18 & Older)||$15.00||Adult (18 & Older)||$125.00|
|*Not available during Saturday lessons.|
Ski / Snowboard Rental Fees
|Downhill Ski - Skis, Boots, Poles||Snowboard - Snowboard and Boots|
|Junior (17 & Under) $12.00||Junior (17 & Under) $16.00|
|Adult (18 & Older) $15.00||Adult (18 & Older) $20.00|
Friday Family Fun Nights
Fridays are Family Fun Nights from 5pm-10pm! Every Friday Night throughout the ski season, a family of up to five people can ski or snowboard for just $60. Price includes rope tow tickets as well as downhill, cross country, or snowboard rentals. Singles or additional family members are just $15.
Como Park Booster Club Scholarships
The Como Park Booster Club snowsport scholarship program was created to encourage more St. Paul kids to get outdoors and to learn about downhill and cross country skiing and snowboarding at Como Park. Learn more about the scholarship.
Severe Weather Policy
Safety is our number one priority. Saint Paul Parks and Recreation Department reserves the right to cancel, postpone or move indoors any outdoor activity, should the forecasted temperature reach any combination of wind and temperature that is 25 degrees below zero or colder. For more information, view our Severe Weather Policy.