Registration & Cancellation Policies for Skiing Classes
- Full payment is due upon registration for a class.
- For cancellations received 48 hours or more before your scheduled activity, we will issue a refund less a 10% registration fee.
- For cancellations received fewer than 48 hours before your scheduled activity, we are unable to offer any refunds.
- Ski classes may be cancelled due to inclement weather, with a full refund given. No refunds will be offered if we decide to hold the class.
Directions and Check-In
Your class will meet at Weston Ski Track, located on the Leo J. Martin Golf Course at 190 Park Road in Weston. Our web page includes a map and directions
Please complete a rental form (if necessary) and then check in at the front desk when you arrive for your class.
On weekends with natural snow: Because we often utilize other parking areas with shuttle buses on busy weekends, plan to arrive 45 minutes before your class is scheduled to begin if you will be renting equipment, or 20 minutes otherwise.
At other times: Plan to arrive 20 minutes before your class is scheduled to begin if you will be renting equipment, or 5-10 minutes otherwise.
Snowshoes and Snowshoe Rentals
Any set of snowshoes will work, though recent technology has produced snowshoes that are far more user-friendly than older models. If you do not own snowshoes, or if you would like to try newer snowshoeing equipment, rentals of snowshoes and poles are available. The snowshoes simply strap over your footwear. Just choose the appropriate Ski Rental add-on during the reservation process. Rentals and trail passes are good for the entire day.
All participants who rent equipment (or a parent/guardian, if the participant is under 18) will be required to sign a waiver and release of liability before renting equipment. Please read it over and give us a call or e-mail if you have any questions. View/download the release here
. There is no need to sign the release in advance of your class.
What To Wear and Bring
Snowshoeing clothes should offer protection from the cold, wind, and snow. The challenge in cross-country skiing is to stay warm without over-dressing.
- Base & Insulating Layers: Wear several thin layers of wool or synthetic clothing (fleece, running tops and/or tights, polypro outdoor apparel, etc.) that can be easily added or removed.
- Top Layer: Wind- and water-resistant jackets and pants are highly recommended.
- Hat and Gloves are required.
- On Your Feet: You will wear your own footwear and strap the snowshoes onto them. Sturdy insulated winter boots and wool/Smartwool socks are best. Sneakers are OK but your footwear will get snow-covered and wet.
- Avoid cotton clothing (jeans, most T-shirts) as it will not keep you dry or warm.
- Don't overdress – sweating doesn’t help you stay warm.
Weather and Snowmaking (Yes, We Make Snow!)
Because we make our own snow, we are capable of holding classes in almost any weather. Rarely are classes cancelled due to a lack of snow, though we do not hold classes in steady rain. Please call Weston Ski Track if you have any question as to whether classes will be held. No refunds will be granted for missed classes.
Weston Ski Track reserves the right to cancel classes due to unsafe weather conditions and will make final decisions two hours before the start time of the event.