Saturdays (January 3 - February 21)
This is your chance to get up to the mountains for some excellent skiing and snowboarding and hang with your friends! This program is offered to everyone, beginners to advanced skiers and snowboarders, with pickups in Coupeville, Clinton and Everett. For eight weeks, this highly organized program focuses on safety and provides the perfect getaway to Stevens Pass, including chartered buses with drivers experienced in winter driving conditions, chaperones and emergency transportation. Whether you ski or snowboard, this is a great opportunity for fun and excitement! Stevens Pass has a variety of slopes for all skier and snowboarder abilties.
DON'T SIT AROUND DOING NOTHING ALL WINTER -
COME JOIN US FOR SOME OUTDOOR FUN!
Snowrider - General Information
Season - Saturdays, January 3 - February 21
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Bus Schedule - First bus trip is Saturday, January 3, 2015. Bus departs from Coupeville at Hwy 525 & Wanamaker Rd/Hwy 20 at 5:20am and departs Ken's Korner parking lot in Clinton at 6:10am. Bus will depart mountain at 4:30pm and arrive in Clinton at 7:20pm and Coupeville at 8:10pm. We will provide an Everett pickup if there is interest.
Registration - The cost of the Snowrider program is $505.00 (includes sales tax) for the bus and lessons for 8 trips, $385.00 (includes sales tax) for the bus and ferry for 8 trips and $365.00 (includes sales tax) for the bus only for 8 trips.
Participation - Participants must be at least 10 years old to participate in this program, must be self sufficient and able to care for themselves and carry their equipment to and from the bus. We recommend the younger kids sign up with a friend and 10-12 year olds are required to take lessons. The chaperones are not readily available during the day but can be reached if necessary. Participants are responsible to be ON TIME when the bus leaves the mountain.
Helmets - For safety reasons we highly recommend all participants wear helmets. See www.lidsonkids.org for more information.
Equipment - Each participant must have up-to-date equipment including boots, skis or snowboard, poles, ski brake device or leashes and bindings (which have been specifically adjusted to fit the skier's or boarder's boots). All equipment must be in good working condition and checked by a ski shop tech before program starts. Warm ski gear and goggles are a must!
Lift Tickets - Participants can buy discount lift tickets on the bus. Discount ticket costs are: $34 for ages 7 - 15, $52 for ages 16 - 69, and $15 for ages 70+. Participants must pay with EXACT CASH to receive discount tickets.
Lessons - Clancy's program is 6 weeks of lessons (ending February 7) at a cost of $120. We recommend lessons for everyone and we have lessons available for every ability. Clancy's is offering some exciting classes to keep kids challenged and interested in learning. Lessons are mandatory for 10-12 year olds and beginner skiers and snowboarders. Lessons are half-day (two hours) from 10am - Noon. If needed, full day lessons are available for an extra charge. The bus departs the mountain at 4:30pm so there is plenty of opportunity for kids to explore the mountain outside of lessons.
Stevens Pass - For more Stevens Pass mountain information, please contact Stevens Pass at 206-812-4510 or www.stevenspass.com.
Refunds - The last day to request a refund is December 10th. However, if a participant is injured, we do refund the registration fee on a pro-rated basis, contingent upon a physician's recommendation. There will be no make-up lessons or refunds for classes missed by a student. As we cannot control the weather, we cannot guarantee eight consecutive weeks. However, we do guarantee to provide services within the normal ski season (Jan - Mar) or we will return any unused portion of the fee. A 10% service fee will be charged for all refunds and credits.
Chaperones - We are looking for Snowrider chaperones! If you are interested, click here for more information and a Volunteer Application.
Bus and ski school will only be cancelled if the pass is closed.
For questions about our Snowrider program, email Carrie Monforte at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 360-221-6788.
Space can be very limited on the bus. Our first priority is to provide seats to the riders who have enrolled for the season. If space allows, we will make a few seats available to 'a la carte' riders. 'A la carte' riders must be at least 13 years old (unless accompanied by a parent/guardian) and experienced on the mountain.
Registration & payment is required 3 days prior to riding. We recommend that you register much earlier. Information on availability will be posted after the early registration deadline.