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  • 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 sweater or fleece 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

Suggested Winter Clothing & Supplies Checklist

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