Friday, February 24 from 3-8 p.m.
Registration has closed.
If you are renting equipment (skis, snowboard or helmet) or participating in a lesson, you must complete the necessary forms below and bring them with you to Mt. La Crosse. Free one hour beginner lessons available. No lessons will be added past the final registration date.
Please indicate on your registration if you plan on taking the bus.
- Those riding the bus should meet at the Clock Tower at 2:15 p.m. The bus will leave Viterbo at 2:30 p.m.
- The bus will leave Mt. La Crosse at 8:15 p.m and return to Viterbo.
Please note that the bus is not making multiple trips.
You may drive yourself, but we would prefer if you took the bus.
Can I bring a friend that does not attend Viterbo?
Yes. Guests must register in advance.
Fees for guests are higher:
- Lift: $31
- Lift & Ski Rental: $36
- Lift & Board Rental: $46
(Above is the group rate; Viterbo students are receiving a discounted rate)
Can I still attend if I forget to sign up?
Yes, although you may have to provide your own transportation if the bus is full. Registration will then take place at Mt. La Crosse the day of. Additional costs may be charged.
Is food provided?
Light snacks will be provided for students. Individuals are encouraged to bring their own money for dinner if desired.
The key is to dress in layers! Start with your everyday base wear such as a t-shirt and a pair of leggings and add on from there such as a turtleneck and sweatpants. You can always peel off a layer if it gets too warm, but you can't add a layer if you did not bring one. Please dress accordingly!
Warm, waterproof coat. One that is waterproof and insulated is best!
Water-resistant pants. Snow pants work great however, if you don't have any, wear wind pants over sweatpants. Jeans will also work but will not keep you as dry.
Hat. Even in warmer temperatures, hats are a necessity (snow is still cold!). For very warm days, headbands work well.
Warm, waterproof mittens or gloves. Hands must be covered for using the rope tow. Mittens are generally warmer than gloves, but either is fine. Knit mittens or gloves get wet quickly, so try to use waterproof, durable mittens.
ONE Pair of Medium-Weight Socks. Many people think that more socks equal more warmth, but in this case, one good pair of socks is all you need. Layers of socks restrict circulation inside the boots and can cause blisters as well as cold feet. Socks should come up to at least mid-calf (no ankle socks) and knee-highs work the best.
NO Scarves or Hanging Strings. While scarves are great for everyday use, they can create a serious danger around ski area equipment. For neck warmth, wear a turtleneck or neck gaiter. Please remember to tuck in any hanging strings from coats or pants.
Please read and learn the following rules, which are designed for YOUR safety AND the safety of others.
1. Always stay in control.
2. People ahead of you have the right of way.
3. Stop in a safe place for you and others.
4. Whenever starting downhill or merging, look uphill and yield.
5. Use devices to help prevent runaway equipment.
6. Stay aware of signs and warnings and keep off of closed trails.
7. Know how to use the lifts safely.
8. If danger or emergencies arise, Ski Patrol is on site to help.
This is a partial list. BE SAFETY CONSCIOUS.