Registration for the Mountain Minnies is OPEN!

The Mountain Minnies is a winter adventure team for girls ages 3-5. The program is designed to get girls outside and having fun in the snow!  The Mountain Minnies will spend the winter sledding, practicing balance on spooner boards, going on adventure hikes, playing games, drinking hot chocolate and more! Each session is one hour long and will have a different theme each week, incorporating sports, science, fairy tales, and a mandatory hot chocolate break!

Mountain Minnies
$25 Per Session




Each class is one hour long and is $25 per session. Please register early, as each session is capped at 14 Mountain Minnies. You can register online (for a single or multiple sessions).


Parent Participation:

The Mountain Minnies are independent, adventurous, and fierce but let’s face it,  every now and then it’s nice to wave at mom and dad in-between winter adventures. Since each session is only an hour long we recommend that a parent or family member remain on-site. While the Mountain Minnies are off on one of their winter adventures, you’ll be able to have lunch by the fireplace up in the Cedar Lounge Restaurant.



The Mountain Minnies will meet in the Bear Creek room. The closest entrance is on the West side of the lodge. We ask that you arrive 15 minutes early to meet the instructors and check-in your Mountain Minnie! Please bring a driver’s license or passport for the check-in process. Pick-up will be in the same location as drop-off. Please arrive 5 minutes ahead of time to make sure that you are there waiting for your Mountain Minnie. They will be ready to tell you about their winter adventures!


Should My Mountain Minnie be Potty-Trained?

The short answer is yes! We realize that the Mountain Minnies are young, and that accidents will happen, but keep in mind that the Mountain Minnies will be outside and away from the bathroom for a full hour. We’ll do a bathroom roll call before we head outside but it helps if parents check too!

What happens if the weather isn’t cooperating?

Our number one priority is keeping the Mountain Minnies safe and warm. If it’s too cold outside we will have winter adventures indoors! We will find plenty of adventures inside and have a full list of indoor activities to keep the Mountain Minnies busy!

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The Mountain Minnies will be outside for the majority of each session so please plan accordingly. We recommend a warm coat, snow bibs or pants, hat, warm mittens or gloves, boots and warm under clothes. The more layers the better!!!

*Please note that this program does not offer lessons on how to ski or snowboard. Instead the program’s purpose is to teach the building blocks that come before lessons. ie: balancing on spooner boards, riding the magic carpet etc. The goal of the Mountain Minnies is to empower girls in snow sports and get them outside having fun.

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Jan. 2nd: Hello, 2022!

Session #1: 10am-11am

The Minnies will ring in the New Year with bells and whistles. Be sure to cheer for them as they march by in a mini-Minnie parade. Afterwards, they will go for a quick spin in tubes (at the base of the hill) and complete a few New Year challenges. The day will end with sugar cookies and cocoa!


January 9th: Winter and Snow Fairies 

Session #1: 10am-11am

Session #2: 11:45am-12:45pm

The Minnies will head out for a snowy hike, in search of the Land of the Fairies. On the hike, the Minnies will need to complete a series of challenges to unlock clues. If the Minnies complete their mission, they will each earn a set of fairy wings. Afterwards the Minnies will go for a quick tube ride and finish the day with hot cocoa and enchanted fairy cookies.


January 16: Frozen  

Session #1: 10am-11am

Session #2: 11:45pm-12:45pm

Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow! The Minnies will start the day INSIDE decorating wands. Once the wands are complete, the Minnies will head outside to make snow art. After going for a tube ride, the Minnies will head inside for Olaf cookies and cocoa!


January 23: Frozen part 2

Session #1: 10am-11am 

Session #2: 11:45am-12:45pm

The Minnies will head outside on a snowy Frozen scavenger hunt. After they search for Elsa and her friends, they will come back inside for a craft project. They'll finish the day with cupcakes and cocoa!


January 30: Olympic Training 

Session #1: 10am-11am 

The Mountain Minnies will begin their day with Olympic training outside (sprints, jumps and relays). Once they are done, the Minnies will take a quick spin around the base of the hill in tubes, and then head back inside for hot cocoa, cupcakes, and marshmallow sculptures.

February 6: Winter Olympics

Session #1: 10am-11am 

Session #2: 11:45am-12:45pm

Let the Minnie games begin! The Mountain Minnies will challenge themselves outside with a long jump, team relay, balancing on spooner boards, and sprints! Once all Olympic sports are completed, the Minnies will march in closing ceremonies. After a tubing expedition the Minnies will head back indoors for cocoa and cookies!


February 13th: Be Mine, Minnie-tine

Session #1: 10am-11am

Session #2: 11:45am-12:45pm

Love is in the air and the Minnies will embark on a snowy adventure searching for Cupid! During the hike they will solve clues and collect Valentine's Day stickers. Once Cupid is found, they will head back to the base of the hill for some snowy fun, and a tube ride. Afterwards they will come inside to decorate Valentine's Day Cookies, drink hot cocoa, and build marshmallow dippin' sticks!


February 20: Frozen part 3

Session #1: 10am-11am

Session #2: 11:45am-12:45pm

Olaf has disappeared and it's up to the Minnies to go find him. In order to get clues, the Minnies must complete a series of challenges, including a snowball toss, searching for a reindeer village, and decorating a tree with snowflakes. Once Olaf is recovered, the Minnies will get pulled on tubes, and have a Frozen dance party. The day will end with designing tiaras, Frozen cupcakes, hot cocoa, and marshmallows.


February 27: Superheroes to the rescue! 

Session #1: 10am-11am 

The Minnies will pick their secret superhero power to protect the ski hill. We’ll start the day by making shields and will head out to the ski hill base to rescue our snowman. Following that we will practice our super power long jumps, balance (on spooner boards) and speed work. We’ll finish the day with hot chocolate and superhero cookies! It's going to be a day full of fighting crime and saving lives!