Rangers Program no longer available online.

The season-long Rangers program for 2021-22 is no longer available online. Please call 716-699-3505 if you still want to book for the season. Mountain Adventures classes are held every day and 5 packs are available. Be first in line for next year's Rangers by signing up when we open registration on February 15, 2022. 

Season-Long Rangers Program, Ages 4-11

Rangers is a season-long program for skiers and riders ages 4-11 and is geared towards building on-snow skills  along with special activities like racing and terrain park events. Rangers meet every weekend in the Creekside Lodge. The program includes unlimited enrollment in lessons once the program begins in mid-December plus a combo season pass. Rangers pass is reduced by $75 for children age 6 and under. Ranger's Handbook 2020-21

Purchase 21-22 season Rangers Programs by September 15th, 2021 for the best rates. $1399 includes coaching and a season pass. Winter rate (after September 15) is $1429. Family rates for 3 or more kids in the program.

Rangers Program Schedule of Events 2021-22

Calendar format of Rangers Schedule.

2021-22 schedule date Event
 December 18  First Day for Rangers!
December 25 No Rangers, Group lessons available
 December 27-31  Rangers Holiday Camp
 January 1, 2022 No Rangers Program. Group lessons available
January 3-7 No Rangers Program. Group lessons available
 January 8 Racer X #1 on School Haus/Foxfire 
January 14 Learn to Love Winter Day for all ages. Lift, lesson, rental for $25
 January 17 MLK Holiday, Rangers Program available 
January 23 Park X. Site: Fun Rail Park.
 January 29  Hot Cocoa at the Fort (weather depending)
 February 5 Racer X Site: Edelweiss, lunch at Training Center
February 13 Mogul X Site: Morning Star
 February 21 Rangers available, President's Day
February 22-25 Presidents' Week, no Rangers Program. Group lessons available.
February 26 Penguin Paddle (Base of Yodeler)
March 5  Costume Contest
March 6 Boardroom Banked for Snowboarders, Passholder Cookout
March 12-13 Winter Carnival. Saturday PM Parade in downtown Ellicottville 
March 19 Parent/Kid Race and Lunch Banquet
March 20  Last Day of Rangers

Helmet Safety 

Helmets provide significant protection, but they cannot provide total protection from all foreseeable impacts. It's up to you to educate yourself about their benefits and limitations. Ultimately, the choice of whether to wear a helmet is one of personal or parental choice. By following Your Responsibility Code you will reduce your risk of all types of injuries. Helmet rentals are available in the High Performance Shop on the lower level of the Clubhouse Chalet and in the new Creekside Lodge. Go to the Lids on Kids website for more information on kids & helmets.