As the seasons change and we head into the off-season, we put together a list of some tips that will help you be ready to hit the slopes sliding for next winter.
Consider getting skis and snowboards tuned up now.
There are numerous advantages to this as your skis need some love and attention after all the punishment they’ve been put through this winter. Also, getting the work done now helps avoid the throngs of people that rush to do it in the fall and will have you ready come opening day.
Deals abound in the spring on both gear and passes.
-If mom or dad need an upgrade on ski pants or jackets, our partners at Flylow are offering 20% off everything they carry if you use the promo code CSCUSA at checkout.
-Christy Sports is offering up to 40% off current season skis, snowboards and clothing both online and in stores.
-Also, don’t forget to keep an eye open for Memorial Day sales where Christy Sports has some of the best deals of the season.
-Lock down your ski pass for next season today at the lowest prices. Check out your favorite resort’s website for the latest information.
-If your child participated in the 5th grade Passport program this year don’t forget that the 6th grade pass gets you four days of skiing each at 20 Colorado resorts for only $99! 6th grade passes also help fund the entire Passport program to keep this awesome program running and accessible to all!
Do a summer clean-up and round-up of all your apparel.
-Clean out the pockets of all those jackets and pants and free them of snot rags, spare change, and apple cores.
-Give things a nice wash, and find a storage solution that works best for your family to keep all your winter gear in one spot and easy to find six months from now.
-Make sure boots are buckled up Goldie Locks style – not too tight, not too loose and just right! This helps them hold their shape for next season.
-Start thinking about summer in Colorado Ski Country. Many of our member resorts offer biking, hiking, zip lining, off-season lodging rates, and other great ways to escape the heat of the summer.