Jay and Sari Lucas

Jay and Sari Lucas are long time locals. They have two young boys, Nash and Halsey, who have already logged more hours on the mountain than most adults. They enjoy the mountain as a family, and look forward to helping you and your family enjoy your vacation to Vail as well.

Jay and Sari know the slopes of Vail Mountain top to bottom. Their knowledge of the mountain and the top equipment, means you’ll be put on the best skis or snowboard based on your ability. And this means a better day on the slopes of Vail or Beaver Creek Mountains.

Whether you are a beginner or long-time local, Ski Base can help you make the most of your time during your visit to the Vail Valley.

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Nash At the 2021 US Nationals skied all the way to 4th place skiing against world cup level athletes to miss the podium by 1 point. Nash standing with his coach Phil Marquis retired Canadian National team member and 2x Olympian.

Ski Base Team member: Nash Lucas getting upside down. He is FIS mogul skier at Vail ski and Snowboard Academy as a 12th grader. Us Nationals at Snowbird this year Nash skied to a 4th place finish missing the podium by just 1 point. Nash this year is looking forward to skiing at the Nor-AM level in US and international mogul skiing and with any luck perhaps a World Cup start with good results! Today 2021 he is ranked 12th in the country for duel moguls and 22th for singles at 18 years of age.

Mt Hood Oregon July 2019

Ski Base Team member: Halsey Lucas. Vail Ski and Snowboard Academy graduate 2017 as a FIS level ski racer and skiercross athlete.  2019 to date he is Skiing for Colorado Mesa University, this year as captain of the ski team he hopes again to qualify for USCSA Championships with his team. His team was ranked 4th going into the 2021 championships.

Skiercross racier Halsey Lucas (front) racing at US nationals in spring 2017.

Halsey traveled to Moscow Russia in 2019 to compete in the  World University Games for the US Team and NCAA, and many other ski races around the county. His 2018 results going into 2019 season ranked by USASA as #1 adult male for Ski Cross and #5 adult male in USSA in Ski Cross at the Nor-AM level.

Halsey racing Skiercross in Krasnoyarsk Russia at the University World games in 2019.

Halsey waiting for final race of the day, the final round of four to decide the JR National Champ at Copper Mt, he ended up coming in second.