Mt. Hood Summer Camp Registration

2024 Mount Hood Summer Camp Registration

Be sure athlete meets age eligibility requirements before registering for this camp. Non-SARS athletes, please contact Program Director, Jamie Landwehr (208-946-7859) prior to registering for this camp.

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  • For those that mountain bike frequently and own a well-maintained bike we will be providing 2-3 advanced afternoon biking sessions in place of dryland. Those that do not mountain bike will have the opportunity to hike, swim, and or play games on those days.

  • Liability Waiver/Agreement

    Please read the waiver/agreement below carefully. This is a contract and by checking the Risk Agreement and registering through the SARS website you are agreeing to conduct this transaction by electronic means as set forth in the Idaho Uniform Electronic Transactions Act. By adding your name to the signature block, you are indicating that it is an electronic signature and an act attributable to you.

    Agreement to Assume Risk of Injury

    I have become a member of or have enrolled my child as a participant or competitor in Schweitzer Alpine Racing School, hereafter referred to as the Racing Association. I understand skiing and snowboarding involves risk of injury due to causes including, but not limited to, loss of control or falling, contact with unexpected or expected snow conditions, contact with objects, and whether above or below snow surface: Variations in terrain, surface or subsurface snow or ice conditions; bare spots, rocks, trees or other forms of forest growth or debris, lift towers or components thereof; utility poles, racing gates constructed of bamboo, fiberglass or other materials, and snow grooming equipment. With knowledge and appreciation of the risk of injury I nevertheless desire to become a member of or enroll myself or my minor child in ski or snowboard instructional program or racing event knowing for myself or for my child that it is each skiers or boarders sole and individual responsibility to know the range of his or her own ability to negotiate any slope or trail, to ski or board within the limits of his or her own ability, to maintain reasonable control of speed and course at all times while skiing and boarding, to heed all posted warnings, to ski or board only in an area designated by the ski area operator and to refrain from acting in a manner which may cause or contribute to the injury of anyone. Individually, and/or as a parent, I hereby agree to release from liability and indemnify and hold harmless the Racing Association, its agents, successors, assigns, owners, employees, members, officers, directors and landowners including, but not limited to, the persons mentioned, from and all claims and liabilities, including costs and attorneys fees, or harm, injury or damage arising out of or in connection with my participation or the participation of any minor child entrusted to my care in the programs or activities of the Racing Association, whether or not caused by the negligence of the Racing Association, its agents successors, owners employees, members, officers, directors and landowners from any and all claims and liabilities, including attorneys fees for any trial or appeal, arising out of or in connection with my participation by me or my family, estate, heirs or assigns. I understand that this may have been caused by the negligence of the parties referred to hereinabove.

    This agreement includes participation in any and all other team functions. By accepting the terms, it is an authorization for the Ski Team Coach or Assistant Coach to arrange for necessary medical treatment he or she deems necessary for my child in case of an accident.

  • Every participant is required to have a completed Timberline Release and Indemnity Agreement and Medical Release and for those participants under 18 years of age continue to fill out the Medical Release (second form) prior to submitting this camp registration.

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