In order to ensure the fulfillment of the expectations of our
customers, Granite Peak reserves the right to revoke the ticket
of any skier/rider without warning or refund for reckless, out-of-control
skiing/riding, the failure to act in accordance with the rules
of the Responsibility Codes or other conduct detrimental to other
patrons, staff members, the ski area or the park. We expect
all skiers/riders to show courtesy and respect to other patrons
and staff of Granite Peak and the park in order to preserve the
enjoyment of the sport for everyone. We also reserve the right
to deny the use of area facilities to anyone who appears to be
under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol. Skiers/riders without
a valid lift ticket for the day/night in question will be prosecuted
to the fullest extent of the law as a theft of service.
Carry in Food or Beverage is not allowed.
Access to the snow is permitted only to those with a valid Lift Ticket. Anyone caught on the snow without a valid ticket will be charged double or prosecuted. Please put your lift ticket on right after purchase. Lift ticket must be visible at all times. We will not replace lift tickets if lost or stolen. Ticket holder must understand that any number of conditions, natural or otherwise, may prevent Granite Peak Ski Area from offering full use of all equipment and facilities. Granite Peak Ski Area does not warrant or guarantee that all of its lifts, terrain or other facilities will be open or available to lift ticket holders. No refunds, partial or complete, will be provided if any lifts, terrain or other facilities, which a ticket holder might desire to use are not open or available.
Due to safety concerns, Granite Peak Ski Area prohibits the use of drones on or above the ski area. This prohibition includes drones used for filming or videotaping and extends to drones launched or operated from Granite Peak, as well as those launched from outside the Granite Peak boundaries. Violation of this policy may involve suspension of your access privileges to Granite Peak or revocation of your season pass.
1) No Uphill travel is allowed!
This applies at all times to all uphill traffic including but not limited to skinning (skis or snowboard), snowshoeing, and winter hiking.
2) Uphill travel is prohibited within the ski area boundary! The ski area is closed to uphill traffic due to hazardous conditions that typically exist. These conditions include but are not limited to: construction or control work, snowmaking, grooming, or maintenance operations.
3) This type of recreational use raises safety concerns within our resort boundary during operating hours as well as non-operating hours. Maintenance operations occur on the mountain during all hours. Machinery can be found working anywhere on the mountain at any time. this policy mitigates safety concerns related to uphill recreational use. Granite Peak accepts no liability or responsibility for accidents that occur as a result of uphill travel.
Skiing can be enjoyed in many ways. At ski areas, you may see
people using alpine, snowboard, telemark, cross country and other
specialized ski equipment, such as that used by disabled or other
skiers. Regardless of how you decide to enjoy the slopes, always
show courtesy for others and be aware that there are elements of
risk in skiing that common sense and personal awareness can reduce.
Observe the codes listed below and share with fellow skiers the
responsibility for a great skiing experience.
KNOW THE CODE. IT'S YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.
This is a partial list. Be safety conscious.
Freestyle terrain may include half-pipes, as well as terrain parks
and terrain features. They are provided for your enjoyment and
offer adventure, challenge and fun. However, freestyle terrain
use, like all skiing and riding, exposes you to the risk of serious
injury. Prior to using freestyle terrain, it is your responsibility
to familiarize yourself with all instructions and warnings and
to follow Your Responsibility Code.
1. Freestyle Terrain contains man-made and natural terrain variations.
2. Freestyle Terrain changes constantly due to weather and use.
3. Inspect Freestyle Terrain before using and throughout the day.
4. In jumping and using this terrain, you assume the risk of serious injury.
5. Be courteous and respect others.
6. One user on a terrain feature at a time.
7. Never jump blindly-use a spotter when necessary. Look before you leap.
8. It is your responsibility to control your body on the ground and in the air.
9. Always clear the landing area quickly.
10. Always ride or ski in control and within your ability.
Although helmet use is considered an individual choice for both
skiers and riders, we encourage the use of helmets. Helmets are
available for rent in our rental shop and are available for purchase
in our ski shop. Parents are encouraged to log on to www.lidsonkids.org for further information on the protection afforded by helmets.
Although it is our aim to keep the Snow and Grooming reports accurate
and up-to-date, runs and lifts may sometimes be closed based on
weather, snowmaking, mechanical issues, lightning, skier traffic,
special events and other reasons. No refunds will be issued as
In the course of taking photos for future brochures or other promotional
materials, it is possible that you may be photographed while you
are at the ski area. As a condition to the purchase of your lift
ticket, you are granting to Granite Peak the right to use any and
all such photographs in any advertising or publicity of Granite
Peak without additional consent.
Although we endeavor to eliminate all typographical and other
errors of fact on this website and in brochures and other advertising
or promotional materials, such errors may occur from time to time
and we shall be under no obligation to honor any typographical
errors or other copy errors.
Wisconsin Law Provides:
" ...a participant in a recreational activity... accepts the risk inherent in the recreational activity of which the ordinary prudent person is or should be aware."
1. Act within the limits of his or her ability.
2. Heed all warnings regarding participation in the recreational activity.
3. Maintain control of his or her person and the equipment, devices, or animals the person is using while participating in the recreational activity.
4. Refrain from acting in any manner that may cause or contribute to injury to himself or herself or to other persons while participating in the recreational activity.
A violation of this law constitutes negligence.
WIS STATS 895.525 (3) (4)