The Ice Rink will be down for scheduled maintenance from May 6 - May 29.
The Ice Skating programs at CHRC are designed to create the highest degree of fun and enthusiasm possible for skating, regardless of age or ability levels.
Learn to Skate (LTS)
This is a year-round skating program for beginners that are looking to develop basic skating skills while having fun. These classes help all skaters learn basic technique in the sports of figure skating and hockey. Our LTS program is designed so skaters will progress through various skill levels learning to skate forward and backward, stop, do crossovers, as well as a variety of other skills. Classes are taught by Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center’s qualified skating staff to ensure proper learning, safety and a fun experience for skaters of all ages and abilities. (Specialty classes are also offered.)
Get signed up for Summer 2017 LTS session, register online at activityreg.com!
- Members: 6 classes for $45
- Non-Members: 6 classes for $50
- Members: 8 classes for $70
- Non Members: 8 classes for $75
- Members: $45.00
- Non-Members: $50.00
Learn to Play Hockey (LTP)
Learn to Play is a year-round hockey program designed to introduce the basics of hockey to our newest players. Our goal is to introduce each player to the game of hockey in a positive and fun learning environment for all.The curriculum of this program includes the fundamentals of hockey: power skating, stick handling, passing, and shooting. This program prepares those players for recreational or competitive play.
- Starting June 8
- Mondays: 6:30-7:30pm
- Thursdays: 6-7pm
Rates (Ages 4-10, Beginner ability level)
For more information on the Learn to Play Hockey program,please contact our Program Coordinator, Andrew Davis.
Other Skating & Hockey Programs
Accelerated Learn To Skate (Cutting Edge)
These advanced group lessons are for those that have passed Level 5 in our Learn to Skate program. Classes offer skaters a better look at what the sport of figure skating offers and how to transition into private lessons and/or club membership. Only our professional coaches will teach this class and they will rotate each week to give the students different approaches to the sport.
Private Ice Skating Lessons
Skaters of all ages and abilities can begin private lessons at any time. Private lessons are generally for those interested in becoming competitive figure skaters or those who want to improve skills or work on specific elements. Lessons must be set up directly with the coach and paid for at the main office. Some of the benefits of private lessons include individualized instruction, tailored to your skater's personality and learning needs; one-on-one instruction allows for more rapid progression of skills and it’s a great supplement to group lessons allowing a skater to focus on the skills that need help.
Cottonwood Heights Figure Skating Club
This club is for skaters who are interested in skating in shows and competitions. Visit their website for more info.
Utah Junior Grizzlies
Utah High School Hockey
For more information on our Ice Skating Programs or for rental inquiries, please contact Warren Hallmark, Program Manager.