Conditions and operations info Snow Report

Extreme Danger, Gunners & Canyon Zones

IF YOU CHOOSE TO ENTER THESE AREAS, IT IS AT YOUR OWN RISK and you need to treat these zones with heightened awareness of the mountain environment.

THIS REQUIRES ADDITIONAL PRECAUTIONS associated with these types of terrain, deep snow, and tree well accident prevention and includes but is not limited to the following:

1. An understanding that UNPREDICTABLE NATURAL HAZARDS EXIST IN THESE AREAS, that may cause trauma, serious injury, and/or death. These include but are not limited to:
• Avalanches and sliding or falling snow
• Sliding or falling ice, rocks or other debris
• Hidden and/or visible cracks, schrunds, holes and creeks
• Cliffs, drop-offs and extreme terrain
• Deep snow and ree well suffocation hazards
• Snow pockets & unstable snow pillows
• Limited visibility
• Additional unmarked natural and human-related hazards may exist, including those unknown at this time
• Variable snow conditions and other hazards associated with ungroomed areas and extreme terrain

2. Riding with A PARTNER who remains in visual contact at all times.

3. Knowledge of YOUR ROUTE.

4. Knowledge of current SNOW CONDITIONS.

5. A TRANSCEIVER.

6. A SHOVEL

RESCUE MAY NOT BE POSSIBLE AND RESCUE FEES MAY APPLY

EXTREME DANGER ZONE
An EXTREME DANGER ZONE possesses additional risks to those already inherent to skiing and snowboarding.

GUNNERS ZONE
DO NOT ACCESS AT ANY TIME FROM SKI AREA WHEN CLOSED. The GUNNERS ZONE possesses additional risks to those already inherent to skiing and snowboarding.

CANYON ZONE
DO NOT ACCESS AT ANY TIME WHEN CLOSED. The CANYON ZONE possesses additional risks to those already inherent to skiing and snowboarding.

IF YOU CHOOSE TO ENTER THESE AREAS, IT IS AT YOUR OWN RISK and you need to treat these zones with heightened awareness of the mountain environment.

ALL POLICIES ON THIS WEBSITE ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. SEE ON-MOUNTAIN SIGNAGE FOR MOST CURRENT POLICIES & GUIDELINES.