Thank you for your continued patience as we navigate through a very turbulent lead up to our season!
If you are concerned about your student’s ability to demonstrate independence on the mountain, we advise that you take the time to read through this information in its entirety so that you understand exactly what is that you are committing to should you decide that you want to participate in lessons this season.
If you are certain that your student will be successful in a Low Contact / No Contact learning environment, then please skip to the section on How to Purchase a Summit SnowSports Student Season Pass.
Snowsports Mission and Goals
Maintaining the health and safety of our entire SnowSports community is our top priority. It is our mission to continue to provide the outstanding on-snow educational experiences that all of you have enjoyed for so many years. In the light of the COVID pandemic, we must adapt so that we can both provide the on snow education you’ve come to expect, and accomplish it in a manner that maintains the utmost safety for our students, their families, and our staff. In addition to all of the CDC and WA State recommended safety guidelines relating to operating snow sports resorts, we will also be implementing Low Touch / No Touch teaching methods so that we are able to maintain social distancing throughout the experience.
Masks Up During Your Lesson
Everyone is required to correctly wear a face covering while at the Summit and at all times during a lesson. There are no exceptions to this requirement. Correctly wearing a face-covering means fully covered nose, mouth, and chin. Please refer to CDC face-covering guidelines if you have any questions.
1. Put on, take off, adjust, and knock snow out of their Equipment:
- Face Coverings
- Note: Everyone is required to correctly wear a face covering while at the Summit and at all times during a lesson. There are no exceptions to this requirement.
- Correctly wearing a face covering means fully covered nose, mouth and chin.
- Please refer to CDC face covering guidelines if you have any questions.
- Goggles and Helmet
- Jacket and Snow Pants
- Note: In the event, your student needs to go to the bathroom they will need to be able to get dressed independently.
- Skis, Snowboards, Boots, Poles, Bindings, etc.
2. Take care of personal hygiene needs like wiping their noses and using the bathroom.
Get up from a fall, collect their equipment and rejoin their group without physical assistance.
- Note: In the event of an accident or a situation that threatens life or limb, our instructors are trained to respond accordingly.
- Stay with the Instructor and Group.
Safely approach, load, ride, unload and move away from the chairlift.
Multi-Week Lesson Deferrals
As you recall, when you originally purchased your Summit SnowSports Lesson program you read and accepted our terms and conditions, these included our Multi-Week Lesson Assurance. We would like to remind you that for this season you can decide to defer your Multi-Week Lesson Program, whatever the reasoning. You will need to decide now however because the deadline for deferral is December 27st, 2020. After that, we will consider you locked in for the season and the Multi-Week Lesson Assurance will no longer apply.
Follow this link for a reminder of our Multi-Week Lesson Policies | Summit at Snoqualmie
All deferrals will be provided as a gift card that can be used toward the purchase of another SnowSports Lesson Program or towards any Summit products either this season or in the future.
In order to defer your Summit SnowSports Multi-Week Lesson Program you need to submit an official Deferral Request.
Deferrals are no longer accepted