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Suggested Winter Clothing & Supplies Checklist


If you do not have appropriate clothing, let us know and we will loan you the items you need. Ski equipment, poles, ski boots, helmet, and goggles are provided with the lesson.


  • The best way to dress for winter activities is in layers so that you can layer up or down depending on weather conditions.

  • Try to avoid cotton clothing such as hoodies and jeans. Outer garment should be water resistant or waterproof.



  • 1 pair of insulated gloves or mittens. They should have a water-resistant shell. Bring an extra pair if you have them.


Top Layers

  • 1 pair of thermal underwear

  • 1 wool or fleece top (sweater or shirt)

  • 1 jacket that is water-resistant or waterproof


Bottom Layers

  • 1 pair of thermal underwear

  • 1 pair of waterproof or water-resistant pants.

  • 1 pair of comfortable pants to change into after skiing



  • 1 - beanie

  • 1 - prescription glasses/contacts as needed

  • 1 - pair of sunglasses or ski goggles (we can provide goggles if you don't have any)

  • 1 - ski helmet (if you have one, otherwise we will provide one for you)



  • 1 pair of wool or synthetic socks

  • 1 pair of extra socks to change into after skiing

  • 1 pair of insulated boots for after skiing


Personal Hygiene

  • 1 sun screen

  • 1 chap-stick with sunscreen protection

  • prescription medications as needed

  • over-the-counter medications as needed


  • Bring energy snacks.

Miscellaneous Gear

  • 1 water bottle

  • day-pack

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