All Mountain Professional Training - First Year

$1,150.00

The AMPT registration fee includes a Junior Anytime Season Pass for the exclusive use of the AMPT participant.



Skiing and COVID- 19


Skiing is an active, outdoor sport. Please understand that despite all the precautions and safety measures we have taken, it is not possible for us to guarantee you or your child a Covid-19 – free environment inside of our facilities, or outside on the mountain. Covid-19 is now a risk inherent in everyday life. If you leave your house, you assume the risk of exposure. By participating in, and/or allowing your child to participate in, skiing and skiing-related activities, you hereby accept the risk that you and/or your child may be exposed to, and possibly contract, COVID-19. 


1. I understand and accept that social distancing and disinfecting are not possible at all times. I may touch equipment that has been touched by others (including Mohawk Mountain Ski Area staff), and I may come into close contact with other guests and Mohawk Mountain Ski Area staff, including Ski Patrol.


2. I understand and accept that the use of face coverings may not always be practical while at Mohawk Mountain Ski Area.


3. I understand and accept that Mohawk Mountain Ski Area, Inc. relies on the truth and honesty of all guests who visit Mohawk Mountain Ski Area that they are not doing so while they, or any member of their household, are sick or feeling potential Covid-19




2020-2021 Season Pass Agreement



In purchasing this Season Pass, Passholder, and his/her parent(s)/legal guardian(s) if Passholder is a minor (collectively “Passholder”), acknowledges and recognizes that the sport of skiing, as defined in Conn. Gen. Stat. § 29-211, et seq., involves inherent risks, dangers, and hazards which can cause serious personal injury or death. As such, Passholder hereby freely assumes and voluntarily accepts all known and unknown hazards/risks of serious injury or death while using Mohawk Mountain Ski Area, Inc. (the “Facility”). Passholder further acknowledges and recognizes that the best way to reduce the risk of serious injury or death is to use common sense and abide by “Your Responsibility Code.” As part of the consideration for Passholder’s purchase of the Season Pass and for allowing Passholder to use the Facility, Passholder hereby agrees to the fullest extent permitted by law, as follows: 


1) TO WAIVE ALL CLAIMS that Passholder has or may have against the Facility, its owners, affiliates, officers, directors, employees, agents, and shareholders, caused by the inherent hazards/risks of the sport of skiing, as defined in Conn. Gen. Stat. § 29-211, et seq., including all inherent hazards/risks arising from ski racing, which include but are not limited to, hazards/risks related to the set-up of the race course


2) TO ASSUME ALL HAZARDS/RISKS INHERENT IN SKIING;


3) TO RELEASE the Facility, its owners, affiliates, officers, directors, employees, agents, and shareholders, from all liability for any loss, damage, injury, or expense Passholder (or his/her next of kin) may suffer, caused by the inherent hazards/risks of the sport of skiing, including all inherent hazards/risks arising from ski racing, which include but are not limited to, hazards/risks related to the set-up of the race course. Passholder acknowledges and agrees that this agreement does not, in any way, change the rights or obligations of the Facility or Passholder, as set forth in Conn. Gen. Stat. § 29-211, et. seq., other than as set forth in this agreement; 


4) PASSHOLDER FURTHER AGREES TO INDEMNIFY and hold harmless the Facility for any loss or damage including any that results from claims or lawsuits for personal injury, death, or property loss and damage arising from Passholder’s use of the Season Pass; AND 


5) TO ABIDE BY ALL AREA REGULATIONS, including, but not limited to: 


A. Read and obey all posted signs. B. Do not ski on closed trails or areas. C. Abide by “Your Responsibility Code.” D. Use courtesy at all times to all others at the Facility. E. Vandalism or other misuse of the Facility’s equipment or property will not be tolerated. F. Obey the laws of The State of Connecticut, in particular, Conn. Gen. Stat. § 29-211, et. seq. G. Warnings may be given for improper conduct on and off the mountain. If such behavior continues, Passholder’s Season Pass may be revoked – first for the day, then for the remainder of the season. H. Season Passes are not transferable or refundable. If the Season Pass is lost or misplaced, notify the business office immediately. Passes will be replaced after a suitable waiting period for a processing fee of $50.00. Season Passes must be worn in order to access lifts. If Passholder forgets his/her Season Pass, Passholder must pay full price of the lift ticket, unless other arrangements are made at the discretion of management. I. Passholder hereby grants to the Facility, its representatives and employees the right to take photographs and/or video of Passholder in connection with Passholder’s use of the Facility. Passholder hereby authorizes the Facility to copyright, use, and publish the same in print and/or electronically. Passholder hereby agrees that the Facility may use such photographs and/or videos of Passholder for any lawful purpose, including for publicity, illustration, advertising, and Web content. 


Arbitration


Passholder hereby agrees to submit any dispute arising from this Agreement and/or Passholder’s use of the Facility to binding arbitration. For such disputes, there shall be a three- member arbitration panel, consisting of two party-appointed arbitrators (one arbitrator to be appointed by each party) and one neutral arbitrator (collectively, the “Panel”), to be chosen by the party-appointed arbitrators. In the event that the two party-appointed arbitrators are not able to agree on a third, neutral arbitrator, the neutral arbitrator shall be appointed by the United States District Court, for the District of Connecticut. Each party shall pay its own costs, including the costs associated with the party-appointed arbitrators, and the parties shall share equally the costs associated with the neutral arbitrator. The arbitration proceeding shall proceed in West Hartford, Connecticut, and shall be governed by the Federal Rules of Evidence. The Panel shall establish a reasonable and appropriate discovery schedule to expeditiously resolve this matter. If the dispute arises from a personal injury or death, the first phase of the arbitration shall be to determine whether said injury or death arose from a hazard/risk inherent in the sport of skiing. In the event that the Panel determines the alleged injury/death arose from a hazard/risk inherent in the sport of skiing, the claim shall be deemed barred, as a matter of law, and the Passholder shall be barred from recovering any compensation from the Facility . In the event that the Panel determines the alleged injury did not arise from a hazard/risk inherent in the sport of skiing, the Panel may, at its discretion, allow for additional discovery and evidence, and then it shall decide any remaining issues on the merits. 


I HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS AGREEMENT AND I AM AWARE THAT BY SIGNING THIS AGREEMENT I MAY BE WAIVING CERTAIN LEGAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO SUE. 


Parents or Legal Guardians must also sign if the Participant is UNDER 18. 




MOHAWK MOUNTAIN SKI AREA
WAIVER, ASSUMPTION OF RISK, RELEASE & ARBITRATION AGREEMENT



In consideration of being allowed to participate now and in the future in The 2021 Children’s Development Programs, a ski and snowboard development program, as well as skiing in general, including the use of all terrain and lifts (collectively the “Activities”) at Mohawk Mountain Ski Area, Inc. (the “Facility”), the participant, or his/her parent(s) or legal guardian(s), (collectively the “Participant”), for himself/herself and on behalf of his/her heirs, assigns, personal representatives and next of kin, does hereby agree to the following:


a) TO WAIVE ALL CLAIMS that he/she has or may have against the Facility and/or the Snow Sports Discovery Center
(“Discovery Center”) arising out of the inherent hazards/risks of participating in the Activities;


b) TO ASSUME ALL HAZARDS/RISKS INHERENT IN PARTICIPATING IN THE ACTIVITIES; and


c) TO RELEASE the Facility, the Discovery Center, and their respective owners, affiliates, officers, directors, employees, agents, and shareholders, from all liability for any loss, damage, injury, or expense that the Participant (or his/her next of kin) may suffer, arising out of the inherent hazards/risks of participation in the Activities, which include, but are not limited to, the instruction and/or coaching received while participating in the Activities, and use of all terrain and lifts at the Facility.

The Participant acknowledges and agrees that the inherent hazards/risks of participating in the Activities are in addition to those referenced in Connecticut General Statutes § 29-212. The Participant also acknowledges that this agreement does not, in any way, change the rights or obligations of the Facility, the Discovery Center, or the Participant, as set forth in Connecticut General Statutes § 29-211, et. seq., other than as set forth in this agreement.


d) Participant hereby grants to the facility, its representatives, and employees the right to take photographs of Participant in connection with Participant’s use of the Facility. Participant hereby authorizes the Facility to copyright, use, and publish the same in print and/or electronic form. Participant hereby agrees that the Facility may use such photographs of Participant for any lawful purpose, including publicity, illustration, advertising, and web content.


Arbitration


The Participant hereby agrees to submit any dispute arising from: (1) this Agreement, (2) Participant’s use of the Facility, and/or (3) Participant’s participation in the Activities to binding arbitration. For such disputes, there shall be a three-member arbitration panel, consisting of two party-appointed arbitrators (one arbitrator to be appointed by each party) and one neutral arbitrator (collectively, the “Panel”), to be chosen by the party-appointed arbitrators. In the event that the two party-appointed arbitrators are not able to agree on a third, neutral arbitrator, the neutral arbitrator shall be appointed by the United States District Court, for the District of Connecticut. Each party shall pay its own costs, including the costs associated with the party-appointed arbitrators, and the parties shall share equally the costs associated with the neutral arbitrator. The arbitration proceeding shall proceed in West Hartford, Connecticut, and shall be governed by the Federal Rules of Evidence. The Panel shall establish a reasonable and appropriate discovery schedule to expeditiously resolve this matter. If the dispute arises from a personal injury or death, the first phase of the arbitration shall be to determine whether said injury or death arose from a hazard/risk inherent in the Activities. In the event that the Panel determines the alleged injury/death arose from a hazard/risk inherent in the Activities, the claim shall be deemed barred, as a matter of law, and the Participant shall be barred from recovering any compensation from the Facility. In the event that the Panel determines the alleged injury did not arise from a hazard/risk inherent in the Activities, and the Participant wishes to proceed with his/her claim, the Participant shall proceed to the Superior Court of Connecticut, or if appropriate, the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut, for a trial de novo.


I/WE HAVE READ THE ABOVE WAIVER AND RELEASE, UNDERSTAND THAT I/WE HAVE GIVEN UP SUBSTANTIAL RIGHTS BY SIGNING IT, HAVE NOT CHANGED IT ORALLY, AND SIGN IT VOLUNTARILY.


If the Guest is under 18, a signature from a Parent or Guardian is required.
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  • AMPT - First year
  • For 14 & 15 year old skiers and snowboarders (Birth years 2005 and 2006)
  • Curriculum designed to improve personal skills and instructional skills of intermediate to advanced skiers and snowboarders
  • 4.5 hour sessions, with lunch included
  • Program runs for 14 days on Saturdays and Sundays, 9:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
  • Program fees include a Junior Anytime Season Pass

While improving their skiing/riding skills, participants will begin to learn the fundamentals of ski/snowboard instruction, effective communication, and teamwork. Participants will also have the opportunity to tour some of the inner workings of the Mohawk Mountain operation (Snowsports Discovery Center, Ski Patrol, Snowmaking, Mountain Operations, etc.) and learn what makes an area tick. All participants will be exposed to skills that will serve them well anywhere, and some may even go on to become instructors or ski patrollers at Mohawk Mountain.