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KIDS SEASONAL PROGRAM FAQ

FAQ

Q: What time does the seasonal program start and end?
A: 9:30 – 11:30 for AM session, 12:30-2:30 for PM session, one hour unsupervised lunch from 11:30-12:30

Q: What days does the seasonal program run?
A: Saturday & Sunday from December 16, 2017 ending on March 11, 2018.

Q: What holiday dates does the seasonal program meet?
A: December 26, 27, 28, 29, January 15 and February 19.

Q: What happens if coach is not present?
A: Substitute coach will be assigned or combined with different group of similar ability.

Q: What if my child doesn’t meet the requirements?
A: Hunter Mountain offers lessons for children ages 4 – 12 years of age.  Explorers and Mountaineers are available on a daily basis.  We also offer Private Lessons on a daily basis for ages 3+.  Please inquire in the Learning Center for these programs.

Q: What is the Seasonal Program Race?
A: An annual competitive race of all seasonal program participants occurs at Hunter Mountain. Following the race awards and the end of the year party will transpire.

Q: Do I have to register for the Seasonal Program Race?
A: No, all participants enrolled in the program are automatically registered to compete in the annual seasonal race

Q: What is the Mini World Cup Race?
A: A competitive race for kids ages 6 – 12, where parents & children learn how racing events occur.  This is not part of the Seasonal Programs curriculum, but you may register through the Mini World Cup link.

Q: Does the seasonal program include a season pass?
A: No, the price of the program only includes instruction and does not include the seasonal pass. Click here to purchase a season pass.

Q: Can kids be released at lunch time and end of the day without parents present?
A: Yes, as long as they sign the parents release form allowing the right for Hunter Mountain to release the kids without a parent present.

Q: What is the recommend equipment for the program?
A: All-mountain ski or snowboard. Groups are setup for skill development that exposes participants to all the areas of skiing or snowboarding. Also required is warm enough clothing to assure child isn’t affected by the cold climate.

Q: Does my child have to attend every class?
A: No, but it is highly recommended to attend as many classes as possible to receive the full benefit of the program. Consistent attendance creates stronger group dynamics thereby enhancing children's learning experiences.

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