Ski & Board Swap - Friday, October 14th & Saturday, October 15th
Where: West Portal Station at the base of Winter Park Resort
Friday, October 14th - 5pm-9pm Friday Entry Fee - $5/person or $10/Family
Saturday, October 15th - 9am-5pm Entry Free on Saturday
What you will find: - Ski and snowboard equipment, outerwear, and accessories are offered at amazing discounts. Products are provided by industry vendors and by individuals. Need to clean out your closet or garage. Sell your gently used items at the Swap to make room for the new stuff you are going to buy. It's easy - Click here and download the packet Individual Packet Here.
Program Orientation - Saturday, October 15th - Location: Balcony House Upper Level 11:00am – All Freeski - Big Mountain and Park and Pipe 11:30am – Snowboard 12:00pm –New members 12:30pm – ATP and ATP Devo 1:00pm – Freestyle and Freestyle Devo 1:30pm – Sports Performance 2:00pm – Nordic 2:30pm – Alpine 3:30pm – Fulltime Academy
Chefs Cup Dinner Dance 34th Annual Chefs Cup Dinner Dance - Saturday, December 3rd!
Location:Lower level Balcony House left of the exterior ticket office 970.726.5514 ext. 1809. The Competition Center Workshop provides precision ski tuning, waxing, and mounting services at the best possible prices for Competition Center members and their families. The shop also sells all tuning equipment, waxes, and Competition Center logo wear. Racing accessories (pole guards, shin guards, etc.) are also available. Hours are 8:30am-4:30pm on weekdays and 8:00am-4:30pm on weekends and holidays during the season. Purchases made at our ski repair shop benefit our ski and snowboard programs. Unfortunately, due to space constraints, we are unable to offer snowboard tuning and waxing services but the shop does carry a selection of snowboard parts in case of equipment malfunction. Contact the Snowboard Program Director for in-town tuning recommendations.
WINTER PARK SKI EDUCATION FOUNDATION The Winter Park Ski Education Foundation (WPSEF) was established in 1987 as a 501(c) (3) non-profit charitable organization. It is run by a board of volunteers so all funds raised go to:
Support the training of athletes and competitors in Alpine, Freestyle, Freeski, All-Terrain and Snowboard programs through the Winter Park Competition Center.
Develop, maintain and support the sport of ski and snowboarding competition.
Support entry-level programs for each of the above-mentioned areas.
Assist athletes, young and old, reach their potential and possibly fulfill their dreams of becoming a world-class competitor or even an Olympic champion.