Terrain Park Safety

TERRAIN PARK PASS PROGRAM

A Terrain park pass is required to enter the park. A daily lift ticket or season pass is required in addition to this. In order to receive this pass, you will need to watch a short safety video, and sign a liability form (along with your parent if you’re a minor).

  • You must have a Terrain Park Pass to enter the terrain park and are required to read and understand all guidelines and expectations as well as watch a safety video before said pass will be issued.
  • You must be at least 8 years old and be considered an advanced skier.
  • The Terrain park pass is valid during normal hours of operation only. Under no circumstance may you enter the park when it is closed.
  • After completion of the registration and RELEASE OF LIABILITY you will be expected to adhere to all rules and regulations contained within the agreement.
  • Our terrain park staff operate under a Zero Tolerance Policy. The rules and regulations are in place for your safety and for the safety of those around you. If you are found in the park without a park pass your lift ticket or season pass will be suspended/revoked.

TERRAIN PARK SAFETY, RULES AND GUIDELINES

Click here for general information about terrain park safety.

NATIONAL SAFETY INFORMATION

  • What is Freestyle Terrain and what does the orange oval mean?
  • Learn about the 5 points of Smart Style program:
    Start Small, Make a Plan, Always Look, Respect, Take it Easy

SKI WARD SAFETY INFORMATION

1. HELMETS ARE STRONGLY RECOMMENDED.
2. No Profanity. Ski Ward is a family resort and forbids swearing, violent or threatening phrases/gestures. Use of such language or gestures will result in a loss of your pass.
3. Hike features in a safe area. If you choose to hike a feature make sure you hike to the outside of the run and are clearly visible. If hiking in groups, be sure to hike single file in order to keep the area clear for riders.
4. Ski Ward is not responsible for damage to your equipment. Non-snow features (jibs/rails) are more likely to cause equipment damage.
5. Observe all other ski area signs, rules and regulations.

RESPONSIBILITY CODE – KNOW THE CODE. IT’S YOUR RESPONSIBILITY!

Officially endorsed by the National Ski Areas Association. This is a partial list. Be safety conscious.
1. Always stay in control.
2. People ahead of you have the right of way.
3. Stop in a safe place for you and others.
4. Whenever starting downhill or merging, look uphill and yield.
5. Use devices to help prevent runaway equipment.
6. Observe signs and warnings, and keep off closed trails.
7. Know how to use the lifts safely.

FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH RESPONSIBILITY CODE WILL RESULT IN THE LOSS OF PASS PRIVILEGES.
MOST IMPORTANTLY HAVE FUN!