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Tuesday, September 16, 2014 8:14 AM
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Notes:Enjoy the riding!
Lifts Open:1 of 1
XC Trails Open:0 of 4
DH Trails Open:0 of 16
Hiking Trails Open:3 of 4
Multi-Use Trails Open:0 of 3
Attractions Open:9 of 10

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Safety on the Slopes

Safety We want you to have a safe and enjoyable experience on the slopes of Blue Mountain. Safety on the slopes is a necessity and should be a priority for every skier and snowboarder.

Please consider the following safety tips when you head out for a day of skiing or snowboarding:

  • It is wise to wear a helmet in order to help prevent head and spinal injuries.
  • Be aware of other skiers and snowboarders and keep a safe distance between you and others.
  • Stay focused and always concentrate on your next move.
  • Respect the different levels and abilities of others on the slopes.
  • Do not attempt another run if you are tired or injured.
  • Ski each run according to your level.
  • Make sure to drink plenty of water throughout the day and have a snack or light meal before hitting the slopes.
  • Maintain your equipment regularly to ensure that it is functioning properly.



Winter On-hill Activity Policy

We approve the use of the following sliding devices at Blue Mountain under the circumstances noted below;
  • Skis must have a p-tex base and metal edges. Bindings must have either a braking device or strap around the legs.
  • Snowboards must have a p-tex base and metal edges. Bindings must have a leash that attaches to the rider’s boot or leg.
  • Snow Blades must have a p-tex base and metal edges. Bindings must have either a braking device or strap around the legs.
  • Snow Skates are permitted for use in the Greatest Hits hike park, located beside the Badlands terrain park and must have a leash that attaches to the rider’s leg. Access to the Greatest Hits hike park requires a Terrain Park Pass and a helmet. Snow Skates are not permitted on any lift as per TSSA guidelines.
The following sliding devices are not permitted at Blue Mountain;
  • Snow Bikes are not permitted anywhere on-hill at Blue Mountain.



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