Alyeska Ski Club
2020-2021 Operations Plan

Publish date:  October 17, 2020

COVID-19 POLICY

The health and safety of our members is very important to the Alyeska Ski Club.

We continue to monitor CDC, state and muni health guidelines, as well as our governing bodies – US Ski and Snowboard (USSS), Freeskiers and Snowboarders Association (IFSA) and United States of America Snowboard and Freeski Association (USASA). We have put together an Operations Plan for the entire Alyeska Ski Club using known best practices that support physical distancing, sanitization of surfaces, reduced physical points of contact between all persons, and the use of masks when physical distancing is not an option. ASC has also instituted program specific changes, through a variety of approaches, to decrease the probability of transmission of COVID-19 during our activities and to support Alyeska Resort’s operations plan. We have adapted our operating procedures to include updated registration documents, a modified cancellation policy, revised use of our buildings and a declaration of health form that follows best practices for safe COVID-19 management. During this constantly evolving pandemic, we will continue to adjust our protocols as necessary to keep our membership safe and healthy.

US Ski and Snowboard COVID-19 Information »

IN GENERAL, WHAT TO EXPECT

  • ASC will be following CDC, State and Municipal health guidelines and recommendations throughout the season.
  • ASC will be following Alyeska Resort guidelines posted on https://alyeskaresort.com/winter-20-21/
  • ASC will commit to continually reviewing CDC, State and Municipal health mandates, Alyeska Resort guidelines and US Ski and Snowboard (USSS), Freeskiers and Snowboarders Association (IFSA) and United States of America Snowboard and Freeski Association (USASA) guidelines. We will adjust our protocols as necessary to keep our membership safe and healthy.
  • ASC has hired a COVID-19 Coordinator to oversee the implementation and execution of US Ski and Snowboard’s Best Practices Guidelines and the United States of America Snowboard and Freeski Association (USASA) Return to Play Program COVID-19 Competition Guidance.
  • ASC will default to CDC guidelines for items not otherwise addressed.

HEALTH AND SAFETY

FACE MASKS

ASC logoed double layered face masks intended for use while exercising will be issued to all ASC athletes and coaches.

  • When outdoors:
    • Face masks (preferably double layered) are required when membership are within six feet of one another. Wearing only buffs will not be allowed. Buffs may be pulled up over face masks.
    • Face masks are not required during training when membership are six feet apart (ten feet is preferable when breathing heavily, as when working out).
  • When indoors:
    • Face masks are required at all times including while working out in the gym.
    • Half capacity allowed in the RTC gym at one time.
  • When carpooling:
    • We strongly encourage face masks be worn when travelling with anyone outside your immediate household.
HEALTH SCREENINGS
  • Mighty Mite, Devos and Masters athletes will electronically sign the Athlete COVID-19 Disclosure Form during registration.
  • Juniors, Alpine X and Freeride will use the Team Snap health screening questionnaire after 8am for training and racing. Frequency TBD.
  • Coaches will track and enforce compliance.
  • Email reminders will be sent with Athlete COVID Disclosure Form language throughout the season.
ENSURING HEALTH PROTOCOLS ARE MET
EXPOSURE TO COVID-19
  • ASC will follow CDC1, State 2, Municipal3 and US Ski and Snowboard 4 guidelines already mandated for exposure to COVID-19.
  • Direct Contact –
    • Definition will follow CDC guidelines.
    • Persons with direct contact to a person with COVID-19 cannot return to ASC activities until satisfying CDC guidelines.
  • Indirect Contact (one degree of separation) –
    • This is a case where Person 3 (our athlete) had direct contact with Person 2, who is asymptomatic but had direct contact with Person 1 (who is positive).
    • In this case, Person 3 can return to ASC activities as soon as they have tested negative.
  • Indirect Contact (two degrees of separation) –
    • This is a case where Person 4 (our athlete) has been added to the above example; Person 1 is positive, then exposed Person 2, who exposed Person 3, who exposed Person 4.
    • In this case, Person 4 is not restricted from ASC activities until/unless Person 2 also is positive.
RETURN AFTER TESTING COVID-19 POSITIVE
RETURN TO WORK OR TRAINING
RETURN TO COMPETITION

JUNIORS

FREERIDE

ALPINE X

One of US Ski and Snowboard’s requirement is for all ski clubs to employ a COVID-19 Coordinator on site.

This role is 100% COVID-19 related and is the central contact point for all COVID-19 questions and concerns. A list of duties can be found on page six of the U.S. Ski & Snowboard COVID-19 Alpine Domestic Competitions Guide.

Primary roles of the position are to:

  1. Review and stay abreast of the different mandates and governing documents that have nexus with the ski club (CDC, Municipal, State, ski governing bodies, etc.).
  2. Help develop a compliant operations manual for general club operations, travel, competitions, and events.
  3. Help develop and implement protocols to stay in compliance.

The COVID-19 Coordinator is working with our local health authority, Alyeska Resort, and various governing bodies of ski club management (including the US Ski and Snowboard Association, International Freeride Association, US Alpine Sports Association and the Federation of International Skiing) on specific COVID-19 regulations. The COVID-19 Coordinator will work the Executive Director to continue to develop our operations plans specific to each of our programs (Devos, Mighty Mites, Freeride, Juniors, Alpine X and Masters) since each program has varying governing bodies with distinct compliance requirements.

ASC’s Refund Policy is pro-rated to be as flexible as possible to accommodate various COVID-19 scenarios that may develop over the course of the season.

Programming days lost on account of weather events are not included in assessing days lost on account of COVID-19 closures.  This 2020-21 Refund and Credit Policy specifically addresses ASC’s ability to operate or not as a result of the COVID-19 health crisis.  ASC’s standard refund policy continues to apply with respect to voluntary or injury-related withdrawals from the program.

JUNIORS, FREERIDE AND ALPINE X

  • If ASC is forced to cease operations completely during the 2020/21 season, members will be eligible for reimbursement of all unused and paid individual program training fees.
  • Membership dues and RTC fees of $140 per athlete are non-refundable.

MIGHTY MITES, DEVOS & MASTERS

  • If ASC does not operate at all during the 2020-21 season, members will be eligible for 100% paid individual program fees reimbursement.
  • If ASC commences on-snow operations but then must cease operations for the remainder of the season before January 1, 2021, members will be eligible for 75% paid individual program fee reimbursement, in the form of a 50% refund and a 25% credit toward the family’s following year’s program fees.
  •  If ASC commences on-snow operations but then must cease operations for the remaining season during the month of January 2021, members will be eligible for 50% paid individual program fee reimbursement, including a 25% refund and a 25% credit toward the family’s following year’s program fees.
  • If ASC commences on-snow operations, but then must cease operations during the month of February 2021, members will be eligible for a 25% credit toward the family’s following year’s program fees.
  • If ASC commences on-snow operations, but then must cease operations during the month of March 2021, members will not be eligible for a refund or credit.

In the event that Alyeska Resort delays opening due to COVID-19, or ASC starts the season later than scheduled, the membership will be provided with a revised policy.

  • The Race Training Center (RTC), Mighty Mite Shack and Devos Shack will be closed to the general membership. Staff, Coaches, Race Officials and key Mountain Personnel will be able to access the buildings.
  • The RTC will have increased cleaning in the common areas and especially in high-traffic areas and touch-point surfaces.
  • The RTC will have designated entrance and exit doors. There will not be entrance and exit from the same door.
  • Hand sanitizer, wipes and masks will be available for use immediately upon entering and exiting the building.
  • Members will not be allowed to store their gear in the RTC. ASC will encourage families to use their vehicles or residence in Girdwood for gearing up and lunch breaks.
  • ASC will consider allowing full-time staff and coaches to store gear in the RTC lockers downstairs spaced at least six feet apart.
  • ASC will consider allowing use of the RTC for small groups to warm up in during cold or particularly wet weather periods.
  • To reduce pressure on the Daylodge, ASC will consider erecting tents as necessary outside the RTC with heat lamps for warmth or for equipment storage during wet weather.
  • To reduce pressure on the Daylodge restrooms, ASC will consider installing portable toilets outside the RTC.
  • The RTC gym will be available for use following the Health and Safety protocols outlined in this plan and under direct supervision of a coach.

DAILY PRACTICE IN GENERAL

  • ASC groups will meet coaches outside.
  • ASC will strive to maintain 6 – 8 athletes per group.
  • ASC’s younger groups should use more terrain based training.
  • ASC will enact staggered start/lunch/end times to manage the number of groups on the hill and in lift lines.
  • ASC will offer more and longer mid-week training blocks for Juniors, Freeride and Alpine X when possible.

DAILY PRACTICES, BY PROGRAM

Mighty Mites

Meetings

Coaches and Parent Meetings will be held via Zoom in a condensed format with at least two dates/times to attend.

Mighty Mite Shack Use

Coaches will not be allowed to store equipment in the AMM Shack or use it for dressing or meeting. Morning meetings will be held outside and tents can be used for meetings if available.

Schedule

AMM Revised Daily Schedule: Elimination of lunch and a condensed ski period due to lack of indoor facilities for lunch and to reduce close contact of athletes when not skiing. Staggered start time of groups by age to limit crowds at Group Flags. Athletes unable to ski the full period can be returned to the RTC area and Program Director will contact parents.

  • Older Groups: 10 years old and older – Cougars, Rams, Wildcats, Snow Leopards
    Meet Coaches at 11:30 am and ski until 3:00 pm
  • Younger Groups: 9 years old and younger – Chipmunks, Otters, Beavers, Lynx, Tigers
    Meet Coaches at Noon and ski until 3:00 pm
  • Coaches can break as needed for warm-ups/rests up top, either outside under the Resorts Heaters, or inside if space is available, while maintaining social distance. If tents/heaters are available outside RTC/AMM Shack groups can also break there while maintaining social distance. For extreme cold days we will have a process for warm up periods inside the RTC with management for distancing, limited entrance and separate exit. Families will be encouraged to send athletes with snacks like protein bars for athletes during these breaks.

Coach Considerations

  • Coaches will help facilitate social distancing amongst athletes when doing group activities.
  • Coaches will monitor break periods. They will accompany athletes as a group to warm up in the RTC if the RTC is not at capacity.
  • Coaches will be required to meet the minimum day requirement for a full-time and part-time coaches. However, illness will be an excused absence to ensure no one coaches when sick. Additionally, any quarantine required from Covid19 exposure will also be excused.
  • Coaches will sign the Staff Protocol Form during the ASC registration process for staff and coaches.

Awards

  • Perfect attendance will not be awarded this year and overall attendance will not be used to calculate end of season awards to ensure athletes do not participate when ill or after exposure to Covid19.
  • Daily coaches’ grouping information may be automated (TBD) but if not a drop box will be provided on the RTC deck at the end of the ski session.

Devos

Meetings

Coaches and Parent Meetings will be held via Zoom in a condensed format with at least two dates/times to attend.

Mighty Mite Shack Use

Coaches will not be allowed to store equipment in the Devos Shack or use it for dressing or meeting. Morning meetings will be held outside and tents can be used for meetings if available.

Schedule

Devos Revised Daily Schedule: Elimination of lunch and a condensed ski period due to lack of indoor facilities for lunch and to reduce close contact of athletes when not skiing. Staggered start time of groups by age to limit crowds at Group Flags. Athletes unable to ski the full period can be returned to the RTC area and Program Director will contact parents.

  • Older Groups: 11 years old and older
    Meet Coaches at 11:30 am and ski until 3:00 pm
  • Younger Groups: 10 years old and younger
    Meet Coaches at Noon and ski until 3:00 pm
  • Coaches can break as needed for warm-ups/rests up top, either outside under the Resorts Heaters, or inside if space is available, while maintaining social distance.  If tents/heaters are available outside RTC/AMM Shack groups can also break there while maintaining social distance. For extreme cold days we will have a process for warm up periods inside the RTC with management for distancing, limited entrance and separate exit.  Families will be encouraged to send athletes with snacks like protein bars for athletes during these breaks.

Coach Considerations

  • Coaches will help facilitate social distancing amongst athletes when doing group activities.
  • Coaches will monitor break periods. They will accompany athletes as a group to warm up in the RTC if the RTC is not at capacity.
  • Coaches will be required to meet the minimum day requirement for a full-time and part-time coaches. However, illness will be an excused absence to ensure no one coaches when sick.  Additionally, any quarantine required from Covid19 exposure will also be excused.
  • Coaches will sign the Staff Protocol Form during the ASC registration process for staff and coaches.
  • Daily coaches debriefs, attendance and grouping information may be automated to provide opportunity to submit later that day/evening electronically for Head Coach review and make group adjustments for following week (TBD). If not, a box will be provided on the deck of the RTC at the end of the ski session.

Juniors

Meetings

  • Parent Meetings will be held via Zoom in a condensed format with at least two dates/times to attend.
  • Coaches will be meeting on Sundays for staff meetings at 9:00am on the main floor of the RTC.

RTC Use

  • Gym and video analysis will be managed by coaches. Coaches are responsible for keeping small groups and practicing social distancing during these sessions.
  • Athletes are not allowed in the RTC unless accompanied by a coach.
  • Athletes are not allowed in the Equipment Storage area or gym downstairs unless accompanied by a coach.
  • Athletes will meet coaches outside of the RTC and will have warmup breaks as a group accompanied by at least one coach.

Schedule

Weekend Training Lanes
Block 1    10:30am – 2:00pm
Block 2     2:30pm – 5:30pm

Weekend Lunch Blocks
Block 1     2:30pm – 3:30pm
 Block 2     1:00pm – 2:00pm

Weekend Gym Usage
Block 1   10:30am – 12:30pm
Block 2     3:30pm – 5:30pm

Lunch breaks will be dependent on lane space assignments. Groups will know their lanes space assignment on the Tuesday prior to the weekend.

Typical on Snow Training Schedule

U10
Wednesday: 3:30pm – 5:30pm (Alyeska)
Wednesday: 5:30pm – 7:00pm (Hilltop)
Saturday: 10:30am –  3:30pm
Sunday: 10:30am –  3:30pm

U12
Wednesday: 3:30pm – 5:30pm (Alyeska)
Wednesday: 5:30pm – 7:00pm (Hilltop)
Friday: 4:00pm – 6:00pm
Saturday: 10:30am –  3:30pm
Sunday: 10:30am –  3:30pm

U14
Wednesday: 5:30pm – 7:00pm (Hilltop)
Friday: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Saturday: Dependent on lane space assignment
Sunday: Dependent on lane space assignment

U16
Monday and/or Tuesday on occasion for specific training 3:30pm – 5:30pm
Wednesday: 10:30am – 3:30pm
Thursday: 3:30pm – 5:30pm
Friday: 3:30pm – 5:30pm
Saturday: Dependent on lane space assignment
Sunday: Dependent on lane space assignment

U19
Monday and/or Tuesday on occasion for specific training 1:30pm – 4:00pm
Wednesday: 10:30am – 3:30pm
Thursday: 1:30pm – 4:00pm
Friday: 1:30pm – 4:00pm
Saturday: Dependent on lane space assignment
Sunday: Dependent on lane space assignment

 Coach Considerations

  • Coaches will help facilitate social distancing amongst athletes when doing group activities.
  • Coaches will monitor break periods. They will accompany athletes as a group to warm up in the RTC if the RTC is not at capacity.
  • Coaches will be required to meet the minimum day requirement for full-time and part-time coaches. However, illness will be an excused absence to ensure no one coaches when sick.  Additionally, any quarantine required from Covid19 exposure will also be excused.
  • Coaches will sign the Staff Protocol Form during the ASC registration process for staff and coaches.

Equipment Handling and Storage

  • Radios: Radios will be numbered and assigned at the beginning of the season. If the radio is forgotten, coach may use a reserve radio and return it at the end of the day for sanitization. If no radios are available, the coach will have to remain without a radio for the day.
  • Drills: Drills will be assigned to head coaches and to assistant coaches upon availability. If the drill is forgotten, coach may use a reserve drill and return it at the end of the day for sanitization. If no drills are available, the coach will have to remain without a drill for the day.
  • Dryland equipment and gym maintenance: Coaches will be responsible for gym equipment and cleaning at the end of each dryland session.
  • Athlete Lockers: Athletes will not be allowed to use lockers this season.
  • Coaches Lockers: Coaches will have one locker assigned for the season in the equipment storage room. Coaches are responsible for keeping their storage area clean at all times.

Travel

Return from travel is governed by SOA Health Mandate #102.   As of 16 October 2020, athletes returning from interstate or international travel must social distance until:

  1.  Receiving two negative tests, the second of which must have been taken 5 days or more after returning to Alaska, or
  2.  14 days since their return to Alaska.

Athletes cannot participate in ASC programs until this social distancing requirement is over.

 

Freeride

Meetings

  • Coaches and Parent Meetings will be held via Zoom. Recording will be available upon request.

RTC Use

  • Athletes are not allowed in the RTC unless accompanied by a coach.
  • Athletes are not allowed in the Equipment Storage area or gym downstairs unless accompanied by a coach.
  • Gym and video analysis will be managed by coaches. Coaches are responsible for keeping small groups and practicing social distancing during these sessions.

Schedule

  • Daily Schedule: This schedule may change based on mountain conditions, and coach training plans. Athletes and parents are required to stay updated via Team Snap and email.
  • Weekday Schedule:
    • Athletes will meet coaches in front of the RTC at 3:30pm and train until 7:30pm. Coaches can break as needed for warm-ups/rests up top or at the base area.
      • Thursday’s 3:30pm-7:30pm
      • Friday’s 3:30pm-7:30pm
    • Weekend Schedule:
      • Morning Session: Meet in line at Chair 4 at 10:00am on time.
      • Lunch: Staggered lunch schedule. It is recommended athletes pack a lunch, eat at home or utilize warming tents/stations when available.
        • U12 and 12-14 Age Groups: 12:00pm-1:00pm
        • 15-18 Age Group: 1:00pm-2:00pm
      • Afternoon Session: Meet at top of Chair 6 at time designated above based on your age group. Skiing will end at 3:30pm.
    • Winter Break Camp (December 28-30) Schedule:
      • Morning Session: Meet in line at Chair 4 at 10:00am on time.
      • Lunch: Staggered lunch schedule. It is recommended athletes pack a lunch, eat at home or utilize warming tents/stations when available.
        • U12 and 12-14 Age Groups: 12:00pm-1:00pm
        • 15-18 Age Group: 1:00pm-2:00pm
      • Afternoon Session: Meet at top of Chair 6 at time designated above based on your age group. Skiing will end at 3:30pm.
    • Coaches can break as needed for warm-ups/rests/lunch up top or at the base area, either outside under the Resort’s heaters, or inside if space is available.  If tents/heaters are available outside RTC, groups can also break there.
    • For extreme cold days there will be a process for warm up periods inside the RTC.  Families will be encouraged to send athletes with snacks like protein bars for athletes during these breaks.

Coach Considerations

  • Coaches will help facilitate social distancing amongst athletes when doing group activities.
  • Coaches will monitor break periods. They will accompany athletes as a group to warm up in the RTC if the RTC is not at capacity.
  • Coaches will be required to meet the minimum day requirement for full-time and part-time coaches. However, illness will be an excused absence to ensure no one coaches when sick.  Additionally, any quarantine required from Covid19 exposure will also be excused.
  • Coaches will sign the Staff Protocol Form during the ASC registration process for staff and coaches.
  • Coach briefings will be discussed via group text.

Equipment Handling and Storage

  • Athlete Lockers: Athletes will not be allowed to use lockers this season.
  • Coaches Lockers: Coaches will have one locker assigned for the season in the equipment storage room. Coaches are responsible for keeping their storage area clean at all times.
  • Radios: Each coach will be issued a radio at the beginning of the year. Coach must sign out their radio and charger at the beginning of the year. They will then sign in their radio and charger at the end of the year. Radios will be labeled with names.
  • Camera and tri-pod: Coaches must disinfect camera and tripod after each use.

Travel

Return from travel is governed by SOA Health Mandate #102.   As of 16 October 2020, athletes returning from interstate or international travel must social distance until:

  1.  Receiving two negative tests, the second of which must have been taken 5 days or more after returning to Alaska, or
  2.  14 days since their return to Alaska.

Athletes cannot participate in ASC programs until this social distancing requirement is over.

 

Alpine X

Meetings

  • Parent Meetings will be held via Zoom.
  • Head Coach will meet on Sundays for the Juniors staff meeting at 9:00am on the main floor of the RTC.
  • Head Coach will attend Freeride coach meetings periodically.

RTC Use

  • Athletes are not allowed in the RTC unless accompanied by a coach.
  • Athletes are not allowed in the Equipment Storage area or gym downstairs unless accompanied by a coach.
  • Gym and video analysis will be managed by coaches. Coaches are responsible for keeping small groups and practicing social distancing during these sessions.

Schedule

  • Coaches can break as needed for warm-ups/rests/lunch up top or at the base area, either outside under the Resort’s heaters, or inside if space is available.  If tents/heaters are available outside RTC, groups can also break there.
  • For extreme cold days there will be a process for warm up periods inside the RTC.  Families will be encouraged to send athletes with snacks like protein bars for athletes during these breaks.
  • Daily Schedule: The training schedule is subject to change to maximize training opportunities based on weather/snow conditions, lane space, gym space and crowd/chairlift line management. Athletes and parents are required to stay updated via Team Snap and email.

Schedules by age

 U14 Full Time

Wednesday: Hilltop              5:00pm – 7:00pm U14 Juniors Group

Thursday:     DL @ Elite          5:45pm – 7:00pm U14 Juniors Group

Friday:                                  6:00pm – 8:00pm U14 Juniors Group

Saturday:                              9:45am – 3:30pm

Sunday:                                9:45am – 3:30pm

U14 Part Time

Friday (Optional Add on):       6:00pm – 8:00pm with U14 Juniors group

Saturday:                              9:45am – 3:30pm

Sunday:                                9:45am – 3:30pm

U16 Full Time

Tuesday:       DL @ Elite           3:30pm – 4:45pm U16 Juniors Group

Wednesday:                          10:30am – 3:30pm U16 Juniors Group

Thursday:                              3:30pm – 5:30pm U16 Juniors Group

Friday:                                  3:30pm – 5:30pm U16 Juniors Group

Saturday:                              9:45am – 5:30pm

Sunday:                                9:45am – 3:30pm

U16 Part Time

Friday (Optional Add-on):       3:30pm – 5:30pm U16 Juniors Group

Saturday:                              9:45am – 5:30pm

Sunday:                                9:45am – 3:30pm

 U19 Part Time

Friday (Optional Add-on):       1:30pm – 4:00pm U19 Juniors Group

Saturday:                              9:45am – 5:30pm

Sunday:                                9:45am – 3:30pm

 Coach Considerations

  • Coach will help facilitate social distancing amongst athletes when doing group activities.
  • Coach will monitor break periods. They will accompany athletes as a group to warm up in the RTC if the RTC is not at capacity.
  • Coach will be required to meet the minimum day requirement for full-time. However, illness will be an excused absence to ensure no one coaches when sick. Additionally, any quarantine required from Covid19 exposure will also be excused.
  • Coach will sign the Staff Protocol Form during the ASC registration process for staff and coaches.

Equipment Handling and Storage

  • Radios: Radios will be numbered and assigned at the beginning of the season. If the radio is forgotten, coach may use a reserve radio and return it at the end of the day for sanitization. If no radios are available, the coach will have to remain without a radio for the day.
  • Drills: Drills will be assigned to head coaches and to assistant coaches upon availability. If the drill is forgotten, coach may use a reserve drill and return it at the end of the day for sanitization. If no drills are available, the coach will have to remain without a drill for the day.
  • Dryland equipment and gym maintenance: Coach will be responsible for gym equipment and cleaning at the end of each dryland session.
  • Athlete Lockers: Athletes will not be allowed to use lockers this season.
  • Coach Lockers: Coach will have one locker assigned for the season in the equipment storage room. Coach is responsible for keeping their storage area clean at all times.

Travel

Return from travel is governed by SOA Health Mandate #102.   As of 16 October 2020, athletes returning from interstate or international travel must social distance until:

  1.  Receiving two negative tests, the second of which must have been taken 5 days or more after returning to Alaska, or
  2.  14 days since their return to Alaska.

Athletes cannot participate in ASC programs until this social distancing requirement is over.

 

Masters

Schedule

  • On training days Masters will meet coaches at top of Ted Stevens Express at 11:15AM for group skiing and will ski until 3:30PM with a 45 minute break scheduled.
  • TeamSnap will be the primary form of communication and updates to training schedules along with a message board located outside RTC.
  • Race day programs will be set via TeamSnap the morning of each race – all safety protocols will apply to race days.
  • Race day registration for non-Masters members will be done through Zone4.

 

Hilltop Ski Area Operations

GENERAL

  • No restrictions on chair capacity. Face coverings in the lift line and on the chair is required. 
  • The interior of the chalet is closed except for restroom access which will require a face covering.
  • The snack bar will be operating through the exterior pass out window.
  • ASC athlete and coach ticket prices are $22 during training. Pass prices are $335. The ticket office will be operating through the exterior ticket office window. While Hilltop has installed automated ticket kiosks, ASC athletes and coaches will have to use this window when purchasing tickets in order to receive the discount.
  • A temporary building will be available for use by ASC coaches but not athletes.
  • Please monitor Hilltop Ski Area’s website for updates to their policies and procedures.