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We believe in skiing. 2021/2022 season passes on sale now! Sale ends July 16.

The Power Pass, comes with unlimited skiing at Purgatory, Hesperus, Snowbowl, Brian Head, Sipapu, Pajarito and Nordic Valley — plus unlimited uplift access at Spider Mountain Bike Park through April 30, 2022.

PACK Summer Camp Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Our Purgatory Adventure Camp for Kids (PACK) FAQ is designed to help you get the answers you need prior to booking your child’s summer session at Purgatory Resort. Please read through the following information. Still have questions? Contact us at [email protected].

Activities

Q: What days and times are PACK sessions offered?

A: PACK is offered Mon-Fri from 9am-3pm. PACK will run Monday, June 28, 2021 through Friday, August 6, 2021.

Q: How much does PACK cost?

A: $60/day or $275/week.

Q: How do I register my child?

A: Register your child online here.

Q: Are there any age restrictions?

A: PACK is open to kids ages 5-12.

Q: Is lunch included?

A: Lunch may be added to your child’s registration for an additional $8. Sandwich options include ham, turkey or PB&J. Already registered your child but still need to add on a lunch? Click here.

Q: Is transportation provided?

A: No, parents will need to provide transportation to and from the resort.

Q: What does my child need to bring?

A: Your child will need a mask/face covering, backpack, lightweight warm layer of clothing, rain gear or a poncho, one quart refillable water bottle (please don’t weigh down the little ones; we will refill water bottles, sun hat, sunscreen (please apply at home in the morning; PACK team leaders will assist with reapplication), sack lunch (unless lunch purchased through PACK) and plenty of snacks.

Q: What medical forms are needed ahead of my child's session?

A: If your child carries medication (including Epi-Pens, inhalers, insulin or seizure medications), your child’s physician must complete the following forms: Colorado Allergy and Anaphylaxis Emergency Care Plan & Colorado Care Plan and Medication Order. If your child is exempt from any immunization please fill out this form: Immunization Medical Exemption Form. Please email all paperwork to [email protected].

 

Q: Are all the kids grouped together, or are they broken up by age?

A: We do our best to group children by age and interest. Often siblings do well together, yet other times they do not. Please speak with a group leader on your child’s first day of our program.

Q: What are the daily/weekly activities?

A: Activities will vary by day and are TBD. Our program is designed to foster our participants’ curiosity and creativity, and will include fun activities such as geocaching, treasure panning, chairlift rides, nature hikes, low challenge courses, nature projects, animal tracks, arts & crafts and more.

 

 

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