Cutter's Camp 2018


Cutter's Camp 2018 at Timberline, Mt. Hood—MAY 14-18
registration IS OPEN



Registration is all-inclusive of lodging, meals, classroom sessions, on-hill building and coaching, airport transfers, networking activities and welcome bag.

 2018 Program Highlights:  
(check back as more sessions will be added soon)

The 2018 Timberline program will continue to focus on management and technology, covering business topics relevant to park managers along with technology updates to the latest machines from PistenBully and Prinoth, as well as snow and fleet management systems. Campers will also experience dedicated one-on-one on-hill operator coaching from industry veterans to help refine their park building skills.

The following topics will also be covered at camp through sessions and interactive workshops: 

• Risk Management & mock depositions

• NSAA Freestyle Terrain Resource guide updates

• Lessons learned from terrain park court cases

• Creating a budget and financial planning for park programs

• Events and contests

• Design and construction of snow and man-made features

• Pre- and post-loss risk management strategies for your park program

• Social media and parks

• Snow science: how to get the most from your product

• Guest education

• Staff training
… and much, much more.

 >> View the Cutter's Camp '17 wrap up and photo galleries

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“At the start of camp my biggest issue was difficulty communicating with my team and upper management. After camp I have a better understanding of terrain parks role in the “big picture” of the resort and a better idea of how to communicate my needs within that structure.” 

"This has been the best thing I have ever done to better my park. Really looking forward to applying everything I have learned.” 

“Year after year I am able to go back to my resort and apply a new things that I have picked up.” 

"This is a time I will never forget, the friends I have made this week, the knowledge, skills, and tools gained will change our mountain for the better.” 

"Extremely helpful and knowledgeable coaches." 

"I fell in love with the environment and the people that are a part of this industry. I'm glad to see that everyone is moving in the same direction."