Sun Valley SnowSports Adventure and Challenge Camps are full day programs including lunch.
Please be ready, on-snow at the SnowSports Meeting Place at least 45 minutes prior to your session.
Lunch will be served at one of our mountain lodges. Please bring money for lunch at one of our mountain lodges (unless you’ve chosen a program where lunch is provided)
Child pick-up is at 3:00 pm, on-snow, in front of the Base Lodge. All children need to be signed-out by parents or guardians
Early drop off at River Run is available starting at 8:30 am
What To Bring
Our mountain environment, combined with the physical demands of skiing and riding present special need in clothing, accessories and equipment. Following are several of those things to consider.
Waterproof coat & snow pants
Ski or Snowboard Equipment
Helmet and mittens/gloves
Goggles or sunglasses
Sunscreen and lip protection
Please label all items. We are not responsible for lost or stolen items.
Make sure you or your child stays hydrated before the lesson
Pass or lift ticket attached to jacket or pants in a visible location.
SnowSports School release signed and child registration completed at the SnowSports School desk.
Helmets: Helmets are required for children ages 17 and under participating in all SnowSports Schools programs. Helmets are also required for all participants, regardless of age, when participating in Terrain Park & Pipe lessons. While helmets may reduce the severity of a head injury, the best way to avoid accidents is to know and abide by the skier/rider responsibility code.
Our Guarantee: When you consider that every lesson is backed by Our Guarantee, it becomes a risk-free investment – if you are unsatisfied with your lesson, we’ll enroll you in another lesson at no extra cost to you.
Rentals: If renting equipment, please allow a minimum of one hour to get fitted on your first day. If your schedule allows, it’s best to pick up your rentals the evening before your first day on the slopes. Sun Valley’s Pete Lane’s rental shops are located at all mountain base locations: River Run, Warm Springs & Dollar Mountain.
Additional questions please call the Sun Valley SnowSports School
A Guide to Picinicing at Sun Valley Music Festival
Written By Madeline Garfolo
Photos By Cooper Morton
As Fall approaches, we look for ways to squeeze every last drop of summer out of these long languid days of August. The Sun Valley Music Festival, running semi-nightly this month, is the perfect way to make the sun-kissed memories you’ll think back to when wintertime rolls around again. The days may be getting shorter, but it never feels that way atop a blanket on the grass with the sound of strings drifting up toward the mountain peaks, and pink sky going on for miles.