The information below is from the 2018-19 snow season. Check back for updates.
Kids have fun skiing and riding with the same coaches for 2 or 3 consecutive days. Camps meet on snow for five hours each day. With their coaches, children ski/ride the mountain and develop skills and tactics while exploring Gore's amazing variety of terrain! Camps are open to skiers and snowboarders, ages 4-12*, and offer instruction for any level, beginner to advanced. Kids are on snow 9:30-3:30 with a one-hour lunch break and camps include lift ticket, lunch, and supervision each day.
8:30-9am Registration / Drop Off - Mountain Adventure Center, Northwoods Lodge Upper Level
9:30-11:30am Fun on the snow!
11:30am-12:30pm Lunch break
12:30-3:30pm Fun on the snow!
3:30pm Pick Up - Mountain Adventure Center, Northwoods Lodge Upper Level
MLK Weekend Holiday Camp Saturday-Sunday, January 19-20
Presidents' Weekend Holiday Camp Saturday-Sunday, February 16-17
$235, or $180 for junior passholders and multi-week Mountain Adventure participants
Include Rental Equipment $290
Christmas Holiday Camp Wednesday-Friday, December 26-28
Presidents' Week Holiday Camp Tuesday-Thursday, February 19-21
$351, or $267 for junior passholders and multi-week Mountain Adventure participants
Include Rental Equipment $431
Coming Soon: Buy Holiday Camps Online
Please call (518) 251-4804 to purchase by phone, or email email@example.com.
*If you are interested in enrolling your three-year-old, ask us! We will evaluate if he or she is ready for our Mountain Adventure Programs, or if a private lesson would work better. We look forward to meeting your child and determining the best on-snow experience for him or her.
Note that all lesson programs require participants (ages 17 & under) to be wearing a helmet. If you purchase your program with rentals, a helmet is included in the package. If children are using their own equipment, they must bring their helmet or plan to rent one upon arrival. Thank you for your cooperation toward our effort of increasing safety on the slopes. Visit LidsOnKids.org to learn more about helmets and snow sports safety!