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Ops Update

Although I-90 over Snoqualmie Pass is closed at the moment, we are open! If we have any lift delays or closures we will provide an update. All guests that are unable to use their lift tickets or rentals reserved for today, Dec. 8, 2022, will automatically receive a credit to their account in 2-4 days. Check WSDOT before leaving home.

Slope Safety

KNOW THE SKIER & RIDER RESPONSIBILITY CODE

Being on the mountain is all about having fun, but remember others are here to do the same. Skiing or riding in control, following the responsibility code, as well as having consideration and respect for everyone on the slopes helps ensure a great day on the mountain for all skiers and snowboarders.

Your Responsibility Code

Know The Code. It's Your Responsibility.

  1. Always stay in control. You must be able to stop or avoid people or objects.
  2. People ahead or downhill of you have the right-of-way. You must avoid them.
  3. Stop only where you are visible from above and do not restrict traffic.
  4. Look uphill and avoid others before starting downhill or entering a trail.
  5. You must prevent runaway equipment.
  6. Read and obey all signs, warnings, and hazard markings.
  7. Keep off closed trails and out of closed areas.
  8. You must know how and be able to load, ride and unload lifts safely. If you need assistance, ask the lift attendant.
  9. Do not use lifts or terrain when impaired by alcohol or drugs.
  10. If you are involved in a collision or incident, share your contact information with each other and a ski area employee.

Winter sports involve risk of serious injury or death. Your knowledge, decisions and actions contribute to your safety and that of others. If you need help understanding the Code, please ask any ski area employee.

Officially endorsed by the National Ski Areas Association.

COLLISION SAFETY

Ride Another Day

Ride Another Day - NSAA Collision safety video from the National Ski Areas Association

Skiing and riding can be enjoyed in many ways. At ski areas you may see people using alpine, snowboard, telemark, cross country or other specialized equipment, such as that used by the disabled or other skiers and riders. Regardless of how you choose to enjoy the slopes, always show courtesy to others and be aware that there are elements of risk in skiing and riding that common sense and personal awareness can help reduce.