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It is assumed that you will have [or rent] your skis, boots and poles [or board and boots].

Even if the sun is shining and the winds are calm, you should be prepared for all kinds of weather since it can change dramatically throughout the day. There are a lot of different ways to dress for comfort. Some types of clothing will keep you warmer than others. Proper layering also plays an important role in keeping warm.

- Helmet
- Sunglasses
- Goggles
- Sunscreen [spf 30+]
- Lip Balm
- Ski or Snowboard lock
- Bottle of Water
- Energy Bar
- Bag to carry clothing, boots, and extra equipment
- Long Underwear [one to wick moisture away]
- Ski Pants or Ski Suit [NOT jeans!]
- Outer Layer Jacket [Preferably waterproof/breathable]
- Sweater or Fleece
- Vest [for insulation]
- Turtleneck
- Socks or Sock Liner [1 thin to medium weight in wool]
- Gloves or Mittens
- Neck Gaiter
- Face Mask
- Hat or Headband for under your Helmet
- Warm ups for after skiing or riding

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