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Lessons

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Clouds 28°F
Conditions
2:30PM
Wednesday might be the most underrated day of the week, and the conditions today are vindicating that. Hardly a cloud in the sky, bright sunshine all day, and good temperatures combined to produce great on and off-snow conditions. Moving on to tomorrow, our grooming plan has changed slightly from the past few days. Our groomers will be out tonight as always getting the mountain primed and ready, but new for tomorrow Upper Wolverine and Wonderama will be groomed. Our ungroomed trails for tomorrow will be Upper Warpath, Upper Wiseacres, the Wall, Upper Wicked, Upper Whirlwind, and Wedel. We appreciate you joining us today, and we can’t wait to see you again soon.
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High 30 °F
Low 24 °F
Trails Open 43/54
Lifts Open 5/11
New Snow 0"
Base Depth 12" - 36"
Open Acres 261 ac
Westside Six
None
Wooly Bear Carpet
None
Wonderama Express Quad
On Hold
Whiteway Express Quad
None
East Peak Express Quad
None
Willpower Triple
None
Park Tow
None
Enclave Carpet
None
Baker Double
None
Whisper Run Upper
None
Whisper Run Lower
None

Primary Surface

Secondary Surface

Wall Street
Groomed
Way to Go
Groomed
Where's Charlie
Groomed
Whiteway
Groomed
Wonderama
Snowmaking • Groomed
Lower Wraparound
Groomed
Upper Wall Street
Groomed
Warmup
Groomed
Warpath Chute
Groomed
Lower Wheelchair
Groomed
Upper Whistler
Groomed
Lower Wipeout
Groomed
Lower Wiseacres
Groomed
Lower Wolverine
Groomed
Upper Wraparound
Groomed
Windfall
Groomed
Wilbur
Snowmaking
Upper Wheelchair
Groomed • Moguls
Lower Warpath
Groomed
What's Next
Groomed
Whisper Run
Groomed
Willpower
Groomed
Wooly Bear
Groomed
Mini Wall Bypass
Groomed
Upper Warpath
None
Whiskey Jack
Groomed
Lower Whirlwind
Snowmaking
Lower Whistler
Groomed
Upper Wiseacres
None
Wildcat
Groomed
Wolf's Prey
Groomed
The Wall
None
Wedel
None
Upper Wolverine
None
Warmup Road
None
Upper Whirlwind
None
Wide Connection
None
Whistler Chute
None
Old Wolverine
None
Waltz
None
Wizard
None
Wrangler
None
What Terrain Park
None
Upper Wipeout
Way Out
None
Whataride Glades
None
Wanderer
Groomed
World Cup
Groomed
Wicked
Groomed • Moguls
Wing n' It
Groomed
Wapeka
Groomed
Why Not
Groomed
Wigeon
Groomed
WinTuck
Groomed
Pop-Up Park Lower Whistler
Groomed
Lower Warpath Park
None
Mini Park on Lower Wraparound
Groomed
What Terrain Park
None
Wilbur Park
None
Lower Whirlwind Park
None

Program FAQs

Program FAQs
What does the Program include?
  • Program includes lessons and lunch.
    • Lunch is served in Base Camp
      • Nut Free
      • We will work with guests to accommodate allergies.
        • Allergies should be noted in the Child Registration Profile
      • EpiPens must remain with student and will be administered if necessary
      • Kids can bring their own lunch if it is nut free
  • Season Passes/Lift Tickets are not included
  • Rentals and Equipment are not included
My child can’t commit to the whole season, can they come occasionally?
  • Programs are designed for children that will be here every weekend, Saturday and Sunday
  • Groups tend to progress at a similar rate, and missing several days will cause your child to fall behind, resulting in them needing to switch groups and potentially not having a group
  • If your child will only be at Windham occasionally, sign them up for Windham Mountain Kids when they are here and able to participate.
    • Windham Mountain Kids is for children ages 3 to 12, all abilities
    • Windham Mountain Kids will go on sale in the Fall
Which program is right for my child?
  • Start with age group
    • Children MUST go in the right program for their age.  Child can NOT go up an age group
    • Group sizes, safety protocols, pacing, etc. are specific to the age group and having younger children in an older program creates unnecessary risk for the participants and instructor
    • There are advanced groups for younger ages
  • Skill Level
    • Participants must be capable of riding the chairlift and making wedge turns on Green Terrain to participate in Mini Mountaineers
    • Participants must be riding the chairlift and confidently turning on all Green Terrain to participate in Mountaineers
    • Participants must be confident intermediates (parallel on blue terrain) for Set No Limits or Freestyle, otherwise they should go to Mountaineers
    • Beginner skiers/snowboarders or those that are not independently using the lifts need to sign up for Windham Mountain Kids
Set No Limits or Junior Instructor Training Course (JITC)?
  • Set No Limits is a recreational program for tweens and teens that want to ski with their friends, rip around the mountain
  • JITC is for teens that are interested in becoming instructors when they are old enough and capable
My child wants to be with their friends, can we do that?
  • Children will be broken into groups based on ability
  • If friends/siblings are requesting to go together, they will be grouped with the younger/weaker participant and is HIGHLY discouraged
  • Children MUST be registered in the same program to be in the same group
  • Skiers and snowboarders CANNOT go together
My Child needs help with the chairlift…
  • All students 6 and under will wear a ski school vest
  • All students 6 and under must ride chairlifts with an adult
  • Students 7 and older can ride chairlifts with another child if they can lower the bar safely, no children should ride alone. If you want your 7 year old to ride with an adult, this can be arranged with the instructor.
Freestyle, Competition Freestyle, or Race?
  • Freestyle
    • Recreational skiing with a preference towards terrain parks, jumps, and playing on the mountain
  • Competition Freestyle
    • Intense terrain park and freestyle training for children motivated to compete with a longer and more intense commitment. Must become a member of USASA to compete in sanctioned events. Some local travel is offered but not required.
  • Race
    • Focused training for children interested in exploring gates and racing at a variety of skill levels with a season long commitment
Which Race product is right for my child? Development Team, All Mountain Team, or Race Team?
  • Development Team
    • Ages 7-10, must be able to ski blue runs confidently, load, ride, and unload the lift independently
    • Primary focus on skill-building and fundamentals, some time in gates or training environments, participate in mini world cup races at Windham
  • All-Mountain Team
    • Ages 11-18, must be able to ski blue runs confidently
    • This program is for those either new to racing at an older age, or those that don’t want to take the competition as seriously. Lots of all-mountain skiing, occasional gate training, participates in mini world cup races at Windham.
    • Lots of social time and free skiing
  • Race Team
    • Ages 8-18, must receive recommendation from a coach to move from Development Team to Race Team
    • More focus in training environments and race courses
    • Must be a member of USSS and NYSSRA. Travel to other mountains for races is offered.
    • Designed for athletes looking to improve as a ski racer
  • Coach in Training or Athlete 2 Coach program
    • Not available for purchase at this time
    • Contact [email protected] to express interest for next season