Ski Camps for Kids!
Join Polly the Penguin and Percy the Polar Bear for fun on snow!
Camp will not be availale during Christmas vacation
Session #2: February 17 – 19, 2014
9:30am – 11:30am
Penguins – Ages 6-8
Let’s play some games! Being a penguin is all about playing in the snow. What else do penguins love to do? Ski, of course! Slide around just like a penguin and learn all a penguin’s favorite ski games: Capture the flag, one ski ball pass, freeze tag and more! Learn how to maneuver, glide, duck and dive just like a penguin!
Polly the Penguin says: “Come glide with me, cross skiing is fun!”
Polar Bears – Ages 9-11
Time for some serious fun! Polar Bears are fun, fast and great on skis! They’re super skiers! To be a super skier just like a Polar Bear, you need to explore all of Great Glen Trails. Find hidden treasures on scavenger hunts, learn to ski scooter and try out the ski limbo. In no time, you’ll be skiing like a polar bear!
Percy the Polar Bear says: “I’m looking for the best skiers to join my Super Polar Bear Skier Squad!”
Both Penguins and Polar Bears are led by the Great Glen Trails Ski School staff and the camp director is Olympian Sue Wemyss. Sue has taught and coached cross country skiing for more than 20 years to students of all ages. For many winters now, she has worked with kids at Great Glen Trails ensuring they have fun on snow while learning how to improve their skiing. Her experience leads the team and Polly the Penguin and Percy the Polar Bear are grateful to have her on board.
Cost: $99 includes three-day camp, trail passes and rentals (if needed).
Single day: $40
For the single and two-day options, a phone interview with Camp Director, Sue Wemyss or Retail Manager, Nathan Harvey, is required for participants to join the camp “late,” i.e. on Day 2. One-day only participation is not available on Day 3.
Great Glen reserves the right to cancel the camp if minimum number of campers is not reached two days prior to the start of each camp.