Clothing and What to Bring


Please access the Wilmot Weather Report before you dress your youngster (or suggest attire to an older participant).  Conditions can vary and we recommend erring on the side of caution.  Some items are to always be included, others are more seasonal.

Blizzard ID Tag!
Epic Pass, if you have one
Helmet (a must for any skier or snowboarder) They can be rented at Wilmot for $10 but I recommend you purchase one for the season. Wimot requires a helmet
Warm hat
Waterproof Gloves or Mittens (must have leather or synthetic palms, not fabric or knit)
Neck gaiter or turtleneck or fleece collar
Outer Jacket preferably with zip pockets both inside and out
Inner layer - turtleneck, sweater, sweatshirt
Inner warmth layer such as long underwear (top and bottom) - seasonal
Moisture-wicking socks that rise higher than a ski boot (athletic or cotton socks are not appropriate)
Snow pants or sturdy water-resistant pants.  Blue jeans will get very wet and stay wet.
Sunglasses or goggles

Other Gear

All equipment must have a safety brake or leash strap including snowboards
Lip balm
Hand Warmers (can be purchased at Wilmot for $3.00 each), or check the Blizzard Desk on cold days as we often bring them
Money for Snacks and Lunch (minimum $15)
Extra pair of anything you suspect your child might lose or need

THe Blizzard Desk will have a limited amount of the above items to borrow

AND PLEASE REMEMBER TO LABEL EVERYTHING -  for labels we know will stick

What to Leave Home

iPods, iPads, handheld games, Readers, anything you might be upset if it were lost