- Rates are in AUD
- Lift Pass price is per person
- A photo is needed when purchasing a Season Pass, this can be uploaded online or we can take your photo when you pick up your card form any ticket outlet
- Lift Passes are issued on a Snow Pass card, the cost of the card is an additional $5 - Click here to buy your Snow Pass card now
- Pricing is subject to change
- Ages are as of 1 June 2018
- Season Passes are non-refundable and non-transferable
- Your Pass is for personal use only and is not transferable; scanning gates and gate operators check pictures at each lift. If another guest is caught with your pass, your pass will be revoked
- 70+ and under 5's ski free, but must have a valid Snow Pass card
- 5 and unders need to be accompanied by a paying adult
- Tertiary season pass purchasers must have a valid tertiary ID & can only be purchased at a Falls Creek Ticket Office
CONDITIONS OF SUPPLY AND SALE
The following conditions of supply and sale (‘Conditions of
Sale’) apply to and bind the purchaser and user of a Falls Creek Hotham Snow
Pass Media Card or a Snow Pass Media Product from Falls Creek Ski Lifts Pty Ltd
(‘FCSL’) (ABN 46 004 843 761) or from Mount Hotham Skiing Company Pty Ltd (ABN
60 004 294 697) (‘MHSC’) (collectively called ‘the Suppliers’) whether the
purchaser purchases the Snow Pass Media Card or the Snow Pass Media Product via
the FCSL Website or the MHSC Website (collectively called ‘Website’) or by
telephone, postal order or by visiting the Supplier’s Offices.
means the person to whom a Snow Pass Media Card and a Snow Pass Media Product
has been issued and includes the user and purchaser of a Snow Pass Media Card
and of a Snow Pass Media Product.
1.2 ‘Ski Lifts’
means such chair lifts, t-bars, poma lifts, moving carpet and tow ropes as may
be operated by the Suppliers at their respective resorts during the Snow
1.3 ‘Snow Pass
Media Product’ means any products sold and supplied by the Suppliers that
provide the purchaser or user with access to and use of ski and snowboard
slopes in the Falls Creek and Mount Hotham Alpine Resorts, Ski Lifts, ski and
snowboard lessons, ski and snowboard rental products, tobogganing and
snowtubing on a daily, or multiday basis or for the Snow Season and for the
purchase of ski and snowboard clothing and equipment.
Season’ means the period in each calendar year during which the Suppliers
operate the Ski Lifts at their respective resorts.
Pass’ and ‘Hero Pass’ means a Snow Pass Media Product that provides the Holder
with access to Ski Lifts for the duration of the Snow Season.
Offices’ means the Supplier’s offices located at the Falls Creek Alpine Resort,
the Mount Hotham Alpine Resort, or at any other location from time to time.
‘Your” wherever appearing in these
Conditions of Sale means any person using the Website for the purchase of a
Snow Pass Media Card or a Snow Pass Media Product and includes a Holder.
2. ABOUT THESE
CONDITIONS OF SALE
2.1 Please read
these Conditions of Sale carefully before using the Website. By using the
Website to purchase a Snow Pass Media Product, you are agreeing to be bound by
these Conditions of Sale. If you choose not to be bound by these Conditions of
Sale, the Suppliers will not grant you the right to so use the Website and the
Suppliers will not sell or supply you with any of their products.
Conditions of Sale include and must be read in conjunction with the Suppliers'
3.1 You agree
and authorise the Suppliers and their agents to do each of the following:
3.1.1 Collect your
personal information provided by you on the Website;
3.1.2 Use your
personal information for administering and operating the Website and for
marketing purposes such as planning, researching, promoting and/or marketing
any goods and/or services of the Suppliers and/or a third party by email, mail
or telephone; and
and/or transfer the personal information to related bodies corporate, officers,
employees and agents of the Suppliers.
Suppliers will only collect the personal information which is required for the
functions and/or activities of Snow Pass Media Cards or Snow Pass Media
Products. Your personal information will not be disclosed to any overseas
Suppliers will offer you opportunities to OPT-OUT of receiving all
communications (or selected communications) from them. If you elect to opt out,
the Suppliers will ensure your details are excluded from all internal marketing
lists and future promotions. However, if you do take advantage of any offer from
a third party organisation, they may send further offers to you directly.
3.4 For more
information regarding the kind of personal information the Suppliers collect,
how they collect your information, the purposes for which the information is
collected and how you can complain about any Australia Privacy Principle
3.5 You can
access, update, delete or correct any personal information relating to you held
in the Suppliers’ database by contacting their privacy officer at
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
administering the Snow Pass Media Cards and Snow Pass Media Products, the
Suppliers will collect certain personal information of the Holder. This
information will be collected and used strictly in accordance with the
Suppliers collect personal information required on the Website for the primary
purpose of providing you with the products or services you are seeking and
accordingly, if the personal information you provide is incomplete and/or
inaccurate, the Suppliers may be unable to provide you with those products or
all personal information is stored on secure databases and will only be
accessed by the Suppliers’ employees that have a need to use the information in
the normal course of their duties. For more information, please visit the
information about a Snow Pass Media Card Holder and transaction records are
available by contacting the privacy officer at firstname.lastname@example.org or
email@example.com. Your personal information will be disclosed to you on
request and with presentation of proper identification.
4. USE OF
4.1 The Website
is provided by the Suppliers. The material and information on the Website is
provided in good faith by the Suppliers. While the Suppliers take all
reasonable care to ensure that the content is correct, they cannot guarantee
that all the material is always true, accurate and free from errors.
Accordingly, you must use this Website at your own risk and accept that the
material and information on the website may contain errors and omissions and
that it is not intended as advice and must not be relied upon as such.
4.2 The Website
may provide links to third party websites and the products or services of third
parties. If you use any of these links you leave this website. The Suppliers
have not reviewed and do not control these websites and are not responsible for
their content. The Suppliers are not responsible and are not liable in any way
for third party content provided on or through these Websites. If you access,
use or purchase any goods or services via these websites you do so at your own
4.3 This Website
may from time to time display third party advertisements. Such advertisements
may or may not contain hyperlinks to third party websites. The Suppliers do not
endorse or recommend the goods or services of such advertisers or their
websites. If you purchase any goods or services from them or visit any of their
websites, you do so at your own risk.
4.4 Copyright in
the content and material on the Website is owned by the Suppliers or its
licensors. You may download, store, display on your computer, view, listen to,
play and print materials that the Suppliers publish or broadcast on the Website
or make available for free download through the Website subject to the
following: (a) the materials may be used by you solely for your own information
and evaluation purposes relating to the Suppliers’ products and services; (b)
the materials may not be modified or altered in any way; and (c) the materials
may not be redistributed or sold to other parties.
4.5 No content
of this Website may be used, reproduced, distributed, stored in an electronic
or other retrieval system, adapted, uploaded to a third party location, framed,
performed in public or transmitted in any form by any process whatsoever
without the written permission of the Suppliers except:
4.5.1 as expressly
permitted in these Conditions of Sale, or
4.5.2 as permitted
under the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) or other applicable laws.
4.6 The Website
may contain trademarks or logos of the Suppliers, other companies or
organisations and these are proprietary to the owner(s) of such marks. No use
of the trademarks or logos without prior written permission of the Suppliers is
Suppliers may at any time discontinue or limit access to the Website or its content.
The Suppliers may terminate or limit your access to the Website if you breach
these Conditions of Sale. All disclaimers and limitations of liability by the
Suppliers will survive termination.
4.8 To the
extent available by law, the Suppliers give no guarantees or warranties in
relation to the use or content of the Website. In particular, the Suppliers do
not warrant that:
4.8.1 the Website
will be continuously available or free from any delay in operation or
transmission, virus, communications failure, internet access difficulties or
malfunction in hardware or software;
4.8.2 the Website
or any content will meet your requirements; or
4.8.3 the content
does not infringe any third party intellectual property rights.
5. SNOW PASS
5.1 Snow Pass
Media Cards issued to you by the Suppliers at a cost of $5.00 are used for the
storage of your purchases of Snow Pass Media Products.
5.2 A Snow Pass
Media Card will be replaced at a cost of $5.00 for any card lost, stolen or
5.3 The purchase
of Snow Pass Media Products are non-refundable and non-transferable once
payment has been processed.
5.4 Names on the
Snow Pass Media Product orders cannot be altered after the order has been made.
5.5 A Snow Pass
Media Card does not entitle the Holder to any Ski Lift access without the
purchase of a Ski Lift access product.
purchasing your Snow Pass Media Products you agree to receive communications
from the Suppliers’ marketing teams by email (but not limited to this medium)
advising you of key information and updates, including additional benefits to
Snow Pass Media Card holders.
5.7 Snow Pass
Media Cards must be carried in your ski jacket at all times while you are on
the ski/snowboard slopes and must be presented to the Suppliers’ authorised
personnel upon request. The Snow Pass Media Card can be used when loaded with
the purchase of Snow Pass Media Products. No refund will be made if any Ski
Lifts are not operating or for customer illness or injury or for lost or stolen
Snow Pass Media Cards.
6.1 You may
offer to purchase any Snow Pass Media Products described in the Website for the
price specified in the Website.
6.2 Your order
must contain your name, postal address, phone number, date of birth, e-mail
address, a recent passport style photo, credit card details and any other
ordering information specified on the Website.
6.3 Payment must
be effected by credit card using the ordering facility on the Website.
6.4 You are
responsible for ensuring the accuracy of your order. The Suppliers shall
endeavour to supply you, subject to availability, with the Snow Pass Media
Products set out in your order. Confirmation of your purchase will be sent to
your nominated email address.
6.5 You cannot
cancel an order once it has been submitted and paid, even if a confirmation
email from the Suppliers is still pending.
6.6 Snow Pass
Media Products are available for sale only to persons who can make legally
6.7 If you purchase
Snow Pass Media Products by telephone, post or by visiting one of the
Suppliers’ Offices then any such purchase will be governed by these Conditions
of Sale excluding any of the Conditions of Sale that are specific to purchases
made using the Website.
6.8 If you opt
to collect your Snow Pass Media Card or Snow Pass Media Products direct from
the Suppliers you will need to provide a valid photo ID showing your date of
6.9 If you
choose to purchase a Hero Pass you will, at the time of purchase, be required
to pay the full price or the deposit price nominated on the website. If you choose to pay the deposit price you
agree to pay the balance of the purchase price and also agree that this amount
will automatically be deducted from your credit card on 30 April 2016. It is
your responsibility to ensure the credit card details on file are correct prior
to 30 April 2016 and that sufficient
funds are available on that date to enable
the balance of the purchase price to be deducted.
AGREEMENT TO THESE CONDITIONS OF SALE BY MAKING AN ORDER
By completing your purchase/s and payment by credit card or
voucher you agree to these Conditions of Sale including the Exclusion of
Liability Conditions (in paragraph 16) and the Suppliers will treat the order
8.1 The price of
the Snow Pass Media Products shall be the price displayed on the Website on the
date of your order (inclusive of goods and services tax and any other charges
which must be mandatorily disclosed under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010
(Cth) but exclusive of delivery charges which are payable by you).
8.2 All prices
displayed on the Website are quoted in Australian dollars and must be paid in
full, including delivery charges, except where discounts are offered as
detailed on the Website.
DUE TO ERROR OR UNAVAILABILITY
acknowledge that despite the Suppliers' reasonable precautions, Snow Pass Media
Products may be listed at an incorrect price, with incorrect information, or
which are unavailable due to a typographical error or other oversight. In these
circumstances, the Suppliers each reserve the right to cancel the transaction,
notwithstanding that your order has been confirmed and your credit card has
been charged. The Suppliers each reserve this right up until the time of
delivery or use of the Snow Pass Media Products.
9.2 If a
cancellation of this nature occurs after your credit card has been charged for
the purchase the respective Suppliers will immediately, or as soon as
practical, issue a credit to your credit card account for the amount in
Australia Post is the Suppliers' usual postal agent and it
will make deliveries unless otherwise instructed and in accordance with the
terms and conditions stipulated by it. All Snow Pass Media Cards and Snow Pass
Media Products will be delivered to the address that you have indicated on your
order. Risk of damage or loss of the Snow Pass Media Cards and Snow Pass Media
Products passes to Australia Post when it takes possession of your order from
the Suppliers. Any times quoted for
delivery are approximate only and the Suppliers shall not be liable for any
delay in the delivery of the Snow Pass Media Cards or Snow Pass Media Products
11. RESALE, USE
BY UNAUTHORISED PERSONS, TRANSFER OR ALTERATIONS TO SNOW PASS MEDIA CARDS
11.1 A Snow Pass
Media Card must only be used by the person to whom it is issued and must not be
used by another person, resold, transferred or altered in any manner. Should
this provision be breached the Snow Pass Media Card in question will be
cancelled with no refund being payable for the purchase price and the
respective Suppliers reserve the right to refer the matter to the police.
you become aware that any Snow Pass Media Card issued to you (or to another
person at your request) has been lost or stolen, you must report this to the
relevant Supplier by telephone (FCSL 03 5758 1000 or MHSC 03 5759 4444) or by
visiting an office of that Supplier.
11.3 You acknowledge
and accept that any Snow Pass Media Card issued to you (or to another person at
your request) may be cancelled or suspended at the sole discretion of the
relevant Supplier if:
unauthorised person is found to be using it prior to you reporting it lost or
11.3.2 the user fails
to comply with all signs or other direction of the Suppliers, or for reckless
or careless conduct, or for breach of the Alpine Responsibility Code.
purchasing from the Website your financial details are passed through a secure
transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed as totally secure. Whilst the
Suppliers strive to protect such information, the Suppliers do not warrant and
cannot ensure the security of any information which you transmit to the
Suppliers. Accordingly, any information which you transmit to the Suppliers,
including your credit card details, is transmitted at your own risk, and the
Suppliers shall have no liability to you for any financial or consequential
loss or damage suffered by you in anyway whatsoever arising out of or related
to your use of this website whether due to negligence, breach of contract,
statute or statutory duty by the suppliers.
12.3 Once the
respective Suppliers receive your transmission, the respective Suppliers will
take reasonable steps to preserve the security of such information.
If you purchase any Snow Pass Media Card or Snow Pass Media
Products, from the Suppliers via the website, or by any other means, on behalf
of another person, both you and that other person, agree that you make that
purchase as the authorised agent of that other person so that he/she will be
bound by these Conditions of Sale.
14. VARIATION TO
THE CONDITIONS OF SALE
The Suppliers retain the right to vary these Conditions of
Sale from time to time (including changing the prices of any Snow Pass Media
Products) provided that this does not materially affect the nature of the Snow
Pass Media Products purchased. Any variations become effective on posting of
the changes on the Website. By making a purchase through the Website you agree
to be bound by these Conditions of Sale and by any later variation to them when
posted on the Website. The Suppliers encourage users to review this document
regularly to keep abreast of such changes.
Access to the Website may be terminated at any time by the
Suppliers without notice. The respective Suppliers' limitation of liability
will nevertheless survive any such termination.
16. EXCLUSION OF
Read Carefully- These Conditions Affect Your Legal Rights!
16.1 Falls Creek
Ski Lifts Pty Ltd being the supplier of recreational services in the Falls
Creek Alpine Resort, and Mount Hotham Skiing Company Pty Ltd, being the
supplier of recreational services in the Mount Hotham Alpine Resort and at the
skiing/snowboarding slope at Dinner Plain, supply and sell the following
recreational services, being all Snow Pass Media Cards, Snow Pass Media Products,
including skiing, snowboarding, skiing and snowboarding lessons, the use of ski
and snowboard slopes, the use of Ski Lifts, skiing and snowboarding equipment
rental, snow making, the condition, layout, design, construction, maintenance
and grooming of ski/snowboard slopes and surrounds, and all other associated
sporting activities or similar leisure time pursuits associated with being in
either of the Resorts or using the ski/snowboard slope at Dinner Plain
(collectively called ‘Recreational Activities’) subject to the following
16.2 Exclusion of
The Suppliers, their employees, directors and agents are not
liable to the Holder or the Holder’s dependants or legal representatives for
personal injury or death suffered by the Holder due to the Recreational
Activities not being rendered with due care and skill, or not being reasonably
fit for any purpose which the Holder made known to the Suppliers, or because
the Recreational Activities failed to achieve any result reasonably expected by
the Holder which the Holder made known to the Suppliers, or for breach of any
of the consumer guarantees applied by the Australian Consumer Law (Victoria),
or due to the negligence, breach of contract or statute or statutory duty by
the Suppliers in any way relating to or arising from the sale or supply of
Recreational Activities by the Suppliers to the Holder.
16.3 Risk Warning
and Waiver to Sue
The Holder acknowledges that the Recreational Activities are
dangerous with many inherent risks and hazards and as a consequence personal
injury (including serious personal injury) and sometimes death can occur and
the Holder assumes and accepts all such risks and hereby waives the right to
sue the Suppliers for any personal injury or death suffered by the Holder in
any way whatsoever caused by or arising from the Holder’s participation in the
16.4.1 The Suppliers
strongly recommend that all skiers and snowboarders wear accredited helmets
whenever skiing or snowboarding and also recommend that snowboarders wear
16.4.2 The wearing of
an accredited helmet is compulsory for:
persons participating in skiing or snowboarding lessons in terrain, rail or
half pipes, freestyle or freeform lessons or programs, ski or snowboard racing,
race training and skiercross or boardercross; and
children aged 3 to 14 years whilst participating in ski and snowboard school
lessons or in any other snow sports program.
16.5 The Holder
hereby waives the right to sue the Suppliers for death or any personal injury
the Holder may suffer due to the Holder’s failure to wear an accredited helmet
as recommended and/or required by paragraphs 16.4.1 and 16.4.2 and the Holder
also agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Suppliers against any claims by
the Holder’s spouse, domestic partner, children or dependants for death or
personal injury suffered by any of them due to the Holder’s failure to wear an
16.6 WARNING UNDER
THE AUSTRALIAN CONSUMER LAW AND FAIR TRADING ACT 2012: Under the Australian
Consumer Law (Victoria), several statutory guarantees apply to the supply of
certain goods and services. These guarantees mean that the supplier named on
this form is required to ensure that the recreational services it supplies to
rendered with due care and skill; and
reasonably fit for any purpose which you, either expressly or by implication,
make known to the supplier; and
reasonably be expected to achieve any result you have made known to the
Under section 22 of the Australian Consumer Law & Fair
Trading Act 2012, the supplier is entitled to ask you to agree that these
statutory guarantees do not apply to you. If you sign this form, you will be
agreeing that your rights to sue the supplier under the Australian Consumer Law
& Fair Trading Act 2012 if you are killed or injured because the services
provided were not in accordance with these guarantees, are excluded, restricted
or modified in the way set out in paragraphs 16.2, 16.3 and 16.5 above.
NOTE: The change to your rights, as set out in this form,
does not apply if your death or injury is due to gross negligence on the
Supplier’s part. Gross negligence, in relation to an act or omission, means
doing the act or omitting to do an act with reckless disregard, with or without
consciousness, for the consequences of the act or omission. See regulation 5 of
the Australian Consumer Law & Fair Trading Act 2012 and section 23(3)(b) of
the Australian Consumer Law & Fair Trading Act 2012.
17. SEASON AND HERO
17.1 All Season
and Hero Pass Holders must sign and agree to these Conditions of Sale prior to
obtaining their Season or Hero Pass.
17.2 Season or
Hero Pass purchases are non-refundable and non-transferable once payment has
been processed. (Subject to payment and conditions of the Season and Hero Pass
Refund Protection program below).
17.3 Names on the
Season and Hero Pass orders cannot be altered after the order has been made.
17.4 A child
Season or child Hero Pass Holder is classified as between 6 – 17 years of age
at 1 June of any year. A Senior is a person over the age of 65 at 1 June of any
17.5 Season and
Hero Passes are valid for use at Falls Creek, Mount Hotham and Dinner Plain
18. REFUND PROTECTION PROGRAM
18.1 If you
purchase the Refund Protection at the same time as
purchasing your Season, Hero Pass or Any Day Pass you will receive the reassurance of a
partial refund if you suffer injury or sickness which prevents you from further
participating in skiing or snowboarding as outlined below.
INDIVIDUAL Refund Protection - $40
Adult, $30 Child/Student/Senior, per Season or Hero Snow Pass
19. REFUND PROTECTION - PROGRAM
19.1 Refund Protection is only available at the time you purchase your Pass, and is only valid for the Snow Season for which the Pass is purchased.
19.2 Where Refund Protection is purchased the Suppliers will refund a
percentage of the cost of your Pass if you suffer injury or
sickness which prevents you from further participating in skiing or
snowboarding. No payments will be made under Refund
Protection where you have breached any terms of these Conditions of Sale or
where you are prevented from participating in skiing or snowboarding as a
result of committing or attempting to commit a crime, undertaking elective or
cosmetic surgery, injury or sickness resulting from the use of alcohol or
illicit or improper drug use, violation of the Alpine Responsibility Code or
insufficient snow coverage.
19.3 If you have
purchased Pass Refund Protection the Suppliers will refund the
cost of your Pass if you are a Victorian resident who is
transferred interstate or overseas by your employer; provided that the date of
transfer is at least 30 days after the purchase of your Pass and
up to 20 days after the start of the declared Snow Season for the applicable
19.4 Refund Protection fee is not refundable under any circumstances.
19.5 Refund Protection does not cover pre-existing injuries or conditions
that were present at the time of purchase of the Pass.
19.6 To apply for
a refund, you must provide the Suppliers with a written request including a
covering letter of explanation, a medical certificate stating the cause and
date of your injury or sickness and prognosis. Refunds will be calculated from
the day the Suppliers receive your request.
19.7 Once a refund
claim has been processed your Snow Pass Card will be deactivated and
cannot be used.
19.8 Refund Protection ends on 8 August of the applicable year or the date
when a refund is made by the Suppliers whichever is the earlier. No refund
claims will be accepted by the Suppliers after 15 August of the applicable year.
19.9 All refunds
made under Refund Protection are subject to these
conditions and all decisions made by the Suppliers in respect to any refund are
final and binding and no correspondence will be entered into.
20. REFUND PROTECTION REFUND SCHEDULE
percentage amount refundable under Refund Protection where
the injury or sickness occurs will be:
• Up to 20
days after the date of the start of the declared Snow Season - 70% of the cost
of the Pass will be refunded.
• 21-40 days
after the date of the start of the declared Snow Season - 50% of the cost of
the Pass will be refunded.
• 41-60 days
after the date of the start of the declared Snow Season - 20% of the cost of
the Pass will be refunded.
• Over 60
days after the date of the start of the declared Snow Season - No refund will
20.2 If you do not
purchase Refund Protection no refund or credit will be
issued under any circumstances.
21. LAW AND
These Conditions of Sale shall be governed by and construed
firstly in accordance with the laws of the State of Victoria and then in
accordance with the laws of the Commonwealth of Australia. If any part or
provision of these Conditions of Sale should be determined to be illegal,
invalid or otherwise unenforceable, it shall be deemed deleted and the remaining
Conditions of Sale shall remain and continue to be valid, binding and
22.1 If the
Suppliers waive any rights available to the Suppliers under these Conditions of
Sale on one occasion, this does not mean that those rights will automatically
be waived on any other occasion.
22.2 The Holder
acknowledges and agrees that the Suppliers may in their absolute discretion
determine in accordance with the snow, slope, and/or weather conditions
prevailing on any particular day or days during the Snow Season the quantity
and the nature of the Ski Lifts (if any), the services and the facilities to be
operated or offered by the Suppliers on that day or days and the Holder further
acknowledges and agrees that he or she shall not be entitled to any refund,
credit or transfer in respect of the Snow Pass Media Product with which he or
she has been issued if any of the Ski Lifts and/or the services and the
facilities are not operated or offered by the Suppliers for any reason
whatsoever for any period during the Snow Season.
23. YOUR ALPINE
There are inherent risks in all snow recreational
activities. Common sense, staying in control and personal awareness can reduce
these risks. Risks include rapid changes
in weather, visibility and surface conditions, as well as natural and
artificial hazards such as rocks, trees, stumps, vehicles, lift towers, snow
fences and snowmaking equipment. Observe the code and ski and ride with
courtesy to others.
1. Stay in
control and avoid other people and hazards.
appropriate protective equipment especially helmets, to minimise the risk of
3. You must
have the ability to use each lift safely.
If in doubt ask the lift attendant.
4. Obey all
signs and warnings and keep off closed trails and areas. .
5. It is your
responsibility to avoid and give way to people below and beside you.
6. Do not stop
where you are not visible from above or where you obstruct a trail.
starting downhill, or merging into a trail, look uphill and give way to others.
8. Use care to
prevent runaway snowboards.
9. If you are
involved in or see an accident, alert and identify yourself to Resort Staff.
10. Be aware
that it is dangerous to ski, board or ride lifts if your ability is impaired by
drugs or alcohol.
KNOW THE CODE.
IT’S YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.
Failure to observe the code may result in cancellation of your ticket or pass by Resort Staff.
AWARE SKI AND RIDE WITH CARE