Nothing ruins a good time on the Mountain faster than an injury or accident. Make the most of your trip by playing it safe with these winter safety tips.
Skier responsibility code
Always stay in control, and be able to stop or avoid other people or objects.
Check out the National Ski Areas Association for more information.
Freestyle terrain safety
Be smart. Check out the Smart Style guidelines brought to you by Burton and the National Ski Areas Association. Learn how to approach freestyle riding and make the most of your time on the mountain.Learn More
Lids on Kids
We support the Lids on Kids program at Snowshoe. Protect yourself and your children. Get the knowledge needed to enjoy the sports we love responsibly.Learn More
Snowshoe Mountain Patrol
Snowshoe Mountain Patrol is dedicated to ensuring a safe play environment for all our guests. Learn about our locations and get contact information as well as a guide for what to do in case of accidents.
Using the LIfts
Staying safe on the lifts is just as important to a fun day on the slopes as riding and skiing safely. Here's a guide to using the lifts, along with our lift ticket policy and some other helpful tips.Learn More
One of the simplest yet most effective things we can do to stay safe on the Mountain is observe our surroundings. Being aware of wildlife, weather conditions, construction areas and other hazards is key.Learn More