Welcome to the Mount Sunapee Alpine Programs

Alpine Program PDFs

Below are various forms used by the Alpine Program.

Welcome to the Mount Sunapee Alpine Program, which includes the following programs: Alpine Racing, Freestyle, Snowboard, and Development. In each program we will work to provide a clear path of skill development. The coaching staff will build off of the athlete’s current skills, and as the athlete improves more complex movement patterns will be taught.

Highschool Race Camp

A 4-day Alpine Race Camp staffed by college level Racers and Mount Sunapee program coaches, this camp will help hone the technical skills of our young skiers.  The Camp will be held on December 26-29, 9am-2:30pm daily and participants will meet infront of North Peak Triple.  The cost for the 4-day camp is $279 which includes the lift ticket, coaching, video analysis and racing gates. Current season pass holders can participate for $125.  Download entry form and waiver.  Questions should be directed to Jill.

Other Updates

Airbag Waiver: The Airbag Some of you haven’t filled out the Acro bag waiver for your athletes. If you haven’t had a chance to do this yet please go to the Mount Sunapee web site and find the waiver under Alpine News and updates – it is located at the bottom of the page.

Helmets: Once again we just want to remind U14 and above parents and athletes about the new FIS requirements for helmets. Please make sure you helmets have FIS stickers or your athletes will not be allowed to participate in races. If you have any questions please contact Jill Firstbrook.

The Alpine Program Vision

The vision of our Alpine Program is to help in the development of the athlete in all aspects of their life.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to inspire a passion for snow sports in our young athletes and to help them reach their potential as athletes. We want them to become good, responsible citizens and develop a strong sense of sportsmanship.

Alpine Program Code of Conduct

We have a strict standard of behavior and athletic code of conduct. This is based on the USSA and New Hampshire Alpine Racing Association’s Racer Code of Conduct and the general Skier Code of Conduct and Sportsmanship. All athletes, coaches, and parents are treated in a fair and equal manner. Mount Sunapee expects that all athletes and parents will conduct themselves with the highest standard of behavior.

Volunteer Schedule

Please find the volunteer dates which help you in filling out your volunteer forms below.

Volunteer Schedule

Please remember that all forms (application, medical and volunteer) must be returned at the same time or your application will not be processes.

Helpful Links

Online Alpine Race Registration
Live Timing
Alpine - USSA
USSA Eastern
Training Videos
Play Positive
CDC - Concussions

General Information

Questions? Please call Jill Firstbrook, Alpine Program Director at 603-763-3500 ext. 3548 or e-mail alpine@mtsunapee.com

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