Upon receipt of your registration form and payment, we will create a personalized Program Pass. Your laminated Program Pass is available to pick up at the Snowsports Desk or will be mailed to you, time permitting, before the start of the season. The pass will have a color coded dot on it that corresponds to your ability level. Bring your pass with you each week (key rings to attach it with are avalable at the Snowsports Desk). The pass will also indicate if you have purchased the lift portion of the program.
Meet your instructor in the program meeting area at Glenn’s Glade at the flag that matches your color dot. Classes meet 15 minutes prior to lesson start time.
You are responsible for your child before you place the child with the instructor and after the lesson has ended. Please be prompt in picking up your child as the instructor may have another lesson starting immediately.
The program cost provides an instructor for the scheduled program days. There are no refunds for missed lessons. For Youth Multi-week Programs, a makeup day may be scheduled after the Session if staffing and time allows. Since the adult program is a 4 out of 5 week class, there is no makeup.
There are times when we must postpone a class a week due to adverse weather. We monitor several weather agencies and base our decision on factors such as overnight low, expected daytime high, wind speed, temperature inversions, etc. We will post a message on the morning snowphone, (406) 586-2389, in the event of a weather postponement. The program will then end one week later than originally scheduled.
That depends on the day’s weather. Dress in layers: a turtle neck shirt, polarfleece sweater, parka, ski pants, one pair of ski socks, goggles or sunglasses, a warm hat (helmets are available to rent), and sunscreen are generally recommended. Mittens are warmer than gloves and should be waterproof. Your child may be turned away from the lesson if not dressed safely for the day’s weather. If participating in an All Day program, a trick the pro’s use to keep feet warm, is to change into a second, dry pair of ski socks at lunch.
Extra clothing, purses, backpacks, street shoes can be stored in the Ski & Bag Check in the Jim Bridger Lodge or in coin lockers in either base lodge. Cafeteria style food is available in each base lodge and sit down dining at Jimmy B’s in the Bridger Lodge. If you forget an item, the Ski Shop carries ski socks, sunglasses, goggles, hats & gloves, sunscreen, lip balm and other accessories that are sometimes neccesities.
Phone: (406) 556-5662