Each child will need to have their own season pass / lift tickets, ski or snowboard equipment and helmet.
Season Passes can be purchased online or the Gondola Season Pass office. 4yr old will need to get a complimentary season pass at our season pass office. We highly recommend getting your season pass before the fall to ensure the best price. Please pick up your child’s season pass and sign forms prior to you first day of your Heavenly Development Team program.
D-Team: Saturday, Sunday Full Day (Ski only) ages 7-15
Meteors: Saturday Full Day (Ski & Snowboard) ages 6-15
Novas: Sunday Full Day (Ski only) ages 6-15
- Must be able to at least stop and turn on green terrain. Discounted ski school lessons are available to ensure children are at the proper level to participate. Please contact the ski school office to enquire about lesson availability and prices.
- Lunch is included in the price of our full day program, please be sure to list any food restrictions/allergies on your registration forms
Comets: Sunday Half Day (Ski only), ages 4 ½ -6
- We accept all skiing ability levels of
- All children must be fully potty trained.
- Lunch is not provided, please ensure your child has eaten prior to the program
Location and Times
- D-team, Meteors, Novas will meet at 8:45am at the back door of the California Children’s Center. The program starts at 9:00am sharp
- Comets will meet at 11:45 at the back door of the California Children’s’ Center. Program starts at 12:00pm sharp
- Have your child(ren) dress with equipment, helmet, and season pass ready to go
- Use the stairs located on the right side of the Lodge. On the first day both coaches and supervisors will be on hand to answer questions and form the groups.
- After the first day please check in with your child’s coach when you drop them off
- You may use 15 minute parking at the front of the lodge to drop off or pick up. We ask that you please move your vehicle if you are going to stay for more than drop off or pick up.
- Pick up time is 3:00pm at the back door of the California Children’s Center for all programs
Cancellation and Make up days
In the event of extremely high winds, blizzard conditions, fog, heavy rain, lightening, or other conditions that which forces the resort to limit operations we will consider cancelling our programs.
- Check the Heavenly Development Teams Notice Board tab for program status
- Ensure we have the proper day of phone number for a phone call or text
- Ensure we have the proper email address
- Check the snow phone or website for mountain condition
- In the event that a cancellation occurs we will make up that day(s) at the end of the scheduled program.
How to Dress:
Please make sure your child(ren) are prepared for the elements. It’s no fun to ski or ride when you are cold. If you are unsure of the weather, dress your child(ren) in multiple layers. We can always take a layer off if needed. It’s always a good idea to label your child(ren) belongings.
- Waterproof Jacket
- Waterproof Gloves or Mittens
- Waterproof Pants
- 1 pair of ski/snowboard socks (not cotton)
- Goggles or Sunglasses
- Child’s Season Pass- Please purchase/pick up before the first day of the program
- Ski/Snowboard equipment
- It is not recommended that children carry backpacks/fanny packs due to the forward position this creates while riding the chairlift
Children age 12 and under must wear a helmet while participating in a ski or snowboard school lesson. Rental helmets are available at our children's ski school locations for your convenience.
While helmets may reduce or mitigate the severity of some head injuries, their use does not guarantee safety and will not prevent certain injuries. The Resort reminds you that every winter sport participant shares responsibility for his or her safety and for that of others using the ski area facilities. Always show courtesy to others and be aware that there are elements of risk in skiing and snowboarding that common sense and personal awareness can help reduce. Know your ability level and stay within it. Become familiar with and observe “Your Responsibility Code” and share with other skiers the responsibility for a great skiing experience.