22-23 SEASON PASSES ON SALE
Skiing is a cold weather sport. Sometimes that means really cold! Every place I’ve been over my career always goes through a few extreme cool downs and we’re coming out of one of them. The weather for the extended forecast looks more “seasonable” but it is still quite cold.
The best thing to do in the cold weather is to keep moving. Keep the blood flowing but also take precautions like covering up all your exposed skin, dress in layers, wear face masks, and taking breaks. This past week we did a few videos on some tips to keep you warm while no the slopes.
Another thing to do ensure you’re still moving. Don’t get stuck at the RFID Gate. I know some of our seasoned staff is quite good at this but maybe some of you still have trouble.
Finally when on our detachable chairs Comet, Cupid and Dasher use the safety bar. It’s there to keep you safe. It’s not that big of a deal to lower it and Dasher & Cupid have foot rests giving you a little extra comfort. If you are on our triples sit back and keep the little ones close. Hopefully with our proposed expansion we can upgrade these chairs in the next few years to have the safety restraints of our newest lifts.
As we wind down the month of January which is National Ski Areas Association Safety Month we wish everyone out there a safe season. Snowmaking is officially done for the year and we have an enormous base which will only grow with Mother Nature’s help. Remember when you are out on the slopes to ski & ride responsibly, alternate when in lift lines, and most of all respect one another. It’s more fun that way.
I’ll see you on the slopes.