Be Safe – Expect the Unexpected
Always use caution and be prepared to avoid man made or natural obstacles both marked and unmarked. Trail and slope conditions vary constantly with weather changes and skier/rider use. Be aware of changing conditions, natural or man made. Obey all advisory signs. Please know and adhere to the Alpine Responsibility Code.
ALPINE RESPONSIBILITY CODE
There are elements of risk that common sense and personal awareness can help reduce. Regardless of how you decide to use the slopes, always show courtesy to others. Please adhere to the code listed below and share with others the responsibility for a safe outdoor experience.
- Always stay in control. You must be able to stop, or avoid other people or objects.
- People ahead of you have the right-of-way. It is your responsibility to avoid them.
- Do not stop where you obstruct a trail or are not visible from above.
- Before starting downhill or merging onto a trail, look uphill and yield to others.
- If you are involved in or witness a collision or accident, you must remain at the scene and identify yourself to the Ski Patrol.
- Always use proper devices to help prevent runaway equipment.
- Observe and obey all posted signs and warnings.
- Keep off closed trails and closed areas.
- You must not use lifts or terrain if your ability is impaired through use of alcohol or drugs.
- You must have sufficient physical dexterity, ability and knowledge to safely load, ride and unload lifts. If in doubt, ask the lift attendant.
Know the code – Be Safety Conscious – It is your Responsibility
FREESTYLE TERRAIN READ THIS!!!
Freestyle Skills Required
Freestyle Terrain may contain jumps, hits, ramps, embankments, fun boxes, jibs, rails, half pipes, quarter pipes, snow-cross terrain, freestyle mogul terrain and other constructed or natural terrain features. Freestyle skill involves maintaining control on the ground and in the air. Prior to using Freestyle Terrain, it is your responsibility to familiarize yourself with all instructions and warning and to follow the Alpine Responsibility Code.
- The features vary in size and difficulty and change constantly due to snow conditions, weather, usage, modifications, grooming and time of day. It is your responsibility to inspect these features before use and throughout the day.
- You control the degree of risk yo will encounter in using these features both on the ground and in the air. Do not attempt these features unless you have sufficient ability and experience to do so safely.
- Helmets are recommended.
- Only one person should use a feature at a time. Wait your turn and call your start. Do not jump blindly and use a spotter when necessary. LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP!! Always clear the landing area quickly.
- Individual features are closed for a reason. Do not enter the Freestyle Terrain or use features when closed.Freestyle terrain use, like all skiing and snowboarding, exposes you to the risk of serious injury.
Freestyle terrain use, like all skiing and snowboarding, exposes you to risk of serious injury.
AIRBORNE MANEUVERS and INVERTED AERIALS SUBSTANTIALLY INCREASE THE RISK OF SERIOUS INJURY AND ARE NOT RECOMMENDED
When using the Freestyle Terrain, you assume the risk of any injury that may occur. The ski area operator’s liability for all injury or loss is excluded by the terms and conditions on your ticket or season pass release of liability.
Freestyle Terrain has four levels of progression and designation for size. Start small and work your way up. It is your responsibility to familiarize yourself with the terrain before attempting any of the features.
SNOW TUBING RESPONSIBILITY CODE
There are elements of risk that common sense and personal awareness can help reduce. Regardless of how you decide to use the slopes, always show courtesy to others. Please adhere to the code listed below and share with other the responsibility for a safe outdoor experience.
- One person per tube in sitting position only. Maximum (3) persons per group.
- Before starting your decent, make sure the track is clear. Upon completion of your decent look uphill, clear the track immediately, exiting at marked areas only. Do not cross other tubing tracks.
- Do not stop where you obstruct a track or are not visible from above.
- If you are involved in or witness a collision, you must remain at the scene and identify yourself to a ski patroller.
- You must not use lifts, or terrain if your ability is impaired by alcohol or drugs.
- You must keep off closed tracks and obey officials, signs, and warnings at all times.
- After completion of SNOW TUBING, return tube to storage corral. Tubes must remain within snow tubing park boundaries at all times.
- Children under 1.1 meters in height must be accompanied in the tubing park at all times by a parent or legal guardian with a valid snow tubing lift ticket.
TUBE PARK RULES
Tubing is fun, but…
- No entrance permitted to the park without a valid snow tubing lift ticket.
- All participants must follow attendants instructions. Failure to do so will result in removal of your lift tickets without refund.
- Children under 1.1 meters (42 inches) in height must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian at all times.
- All minor age children are the responsibility of a parent or legal guardian at all times. Our staff will not be responsible for supervising/monitoring children’s activity. All parents, participants must realize and accept that there is no guarantee of your personal safety.
- Ski boots are NOT permitted to be worn while snow tubing.
- Unsafe conduct will result in the removal of lift ticket without refund.
- Chute/lane conditions vary with weather and use. Please be aware of conditions before purchasing snow tubing tickets. No refunds will be given. Use of any sliding device other than the tubes provided by Hemlock Resort is STRICTLY FORBIDDEN.
- Hemlock Resort will not be responsible for personal injury, damage, or wear to your clothing due to any cause whatsoever while you are engaged in snow tubing and/or any activity associated with snow tubing.