- Remember that you too were once a beginner.
- Skiers are responsible for skiing within his/her own level of ability.
- Skiers are responsible to carry the necessary safety items based on the degree of difficulty of the trip.
- Always ski under control and in such a manner that you can stop or avoid other skiers and objects.
- To pass on the flat, call "TRACK". The slower skier should yield by stepping out of the track to the
RIGHT where possible.
- Try not to pass on a downhill; save it for safer, flat areas.
- Do not descend a hill until the trail is clear.
- On wider trails, always ski to the right.
- Always yield to downhill skiers. They have the right of way.
- Move off the trail as quickly as possible after a fall to avoid collisions.
- Fill in or repair all holes/sitzmarks made by falls.
- Do not walk on trails; footprints on the trail create unsafe conditions.
- Should you encounter terrain or obstacles beyond your ability, remove your skis and walk well to the
side of the trail until you feel safe to resume skiing.
- Carry a trail map and be familiar with it.
- Do not litter or urinate near the trail.
- Respect private property and do not trespass.
- Do not skate on set tracks.
- All beginners and new members should take a lesson from a certified instructor and attend the Club's
Safety Orientation before signing up for an overnight trip.
- Do not stop where you obstruct trails or are not visible to other skiers, especially the run out areas of
- Obey all trail signs and posted warnings; they are there for your safety.
- Report all accidents to a ski patroller, ski center staff or other person in authority.
- When trail grooming equipment approaches, step well to the side of the trail to let the equipment pass safely.
- Don't drive away from the ski area until all persons are accounted for.