Cutter's Camp 2015

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LOON MOUNTAIN, N.H.: APRIL 12-14, 2015

Timberline, Mt. Hood: May 11-15, 2015

Space limited so register early! Email with questions.

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> Electronic-based terrain park management 
> Lessons learned from terrain park court cases presented by the insurance 
   and ASDA community
> Terrain Based Learning construction concepts
> Fireside chat: Events and media
> Creating a budget: Financial planning for your park
> Feature design, construction and flow considerations 
> Man-made features 
> Park grooming best practices
> Pre- and post-loss strategies for your park program
> Interdepartmental communication
> Daily maintenance, safety procedures & staff training
> Social media for parks
> Snow science in the park
> Women and kids in your park
> Terrain park manager's roundtable

PODs: Small Breakout Sessions include: 
> Interdepartmental communication
> Vehicle maintenance and operation
> Planning your park
> Daily maintenance & safety procedures
> Social media for parks
> Snow science in the park

And much more!

What campers are saying...

"Cutter's Camp was amazing. In fact, it was invaluable. I am able to walk away with several items that can be implemented immediately. As a general manager it provided great insight into many areas that our resort would have had major struggles with."  
- '14 Camper

"I believe this is a valuable assest for growth in our industry. It is crucial for us to all sit down and help us to grow industry-wide. I am humbled by this experience and feel as though without something like Cutter's Camp we will never allow ourselves to learn and experience new things." - '14 Camper

"This was the best learning experience I have ever had!" - '14 Camper

"The connection and opportunity to discuss issues with other managers and freestyle terrain staff makes this conference a tremendous resource for our particular part of the industry." - '13 Camper

"Cutter's Camp was excellent! My experience here was very affirming and educational. I learned some new things like progression and terrain based learning, but mostly, I gained confidence knowing I am taking the right approaches at my resort."  - '13 Camper

"This was my first time at camp, wasn't sure what to expect, and ended up being blown away by the time and effort everyone put into it. The panelists were open and helpful as well as very knowledgeable. I had a great time. Thank you." - '13 Camper