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Crotched Mountain Ski Program Information HERE!!!

Hi everyone!


I'm super excited to be the coordinator for the program this year and can't wait to hit the mountain. For those who don't know me, my daughter Paisley is in 1st grade at FRES, and I have a younger one as well. We did the program last year, and somehow snuck into it 2 years ago as well when she was just 3.... whoops!


The program is open to all LCS, FRES, and WLC students. Our program nights will be Wednesday, which has been traditionally the night the last few years as far as I know. I'm working on lesson times now, but hoping for 5pm. Students can hit the mountain as soon as school is out (possibly a few minutes early - need to connect with the schools) and free ski between lessons.


Here are the cost breakdowns - as you can see you can save quite a bit the sooner you sign up!

Lift Card ONLY: $119 (until Nov. 15, 2018)

Add Lessons: $60

Add Rentals: $50

Bundle all 3: $219 (save $10)


Lift Card Only AFTER Nov 15, 2018: $169

Add Lessons: $60

Add Rentals: $50

Bundle all 3: $269 (save $10) 

Lift Card Only AFTER Dec 15, 2018: $219

Add Lessons: 85

Add Rentals: $75

Bundle all 3: $369 (save $10)


You can sign up right here: Ski Program

Username: CMWILTSC

Password: wscmember


I've attached the sign up instructions as well. You can sign up for just lessons if you already have a season pass, simply click "youth season pass" instead of Wednesday voyager and you can add lessons that way.


The release forms are attached here as well for lessons and rentals.


As there is no formal transportation provided, I'd love to get a list going of who can help transport kids, as well as those willing to act as chaperones, so please let me know and I'll start pulling things together from that side.


I've also created a Facebook group where I will post these waivers as well, please feel free to join: Wilton/Lyndeborough Ski Club.


Please feel free to reach out with any questions, you can email me or text/call 603-494-5706. And forward this email on to anyone else you think would be interested. This is a great way to get kids on the snow for the first time or to help refine their skills, while getting to spend some fun time with their friends.