As a “skier” you assume the risk of and accept the responsibility for injuries resulting from the inherent risks of skiing/riding, which include, but are not limited to:
Skiers include, among others, alpine/downhill skiers, nordic/cross-country skiers, telemarkers, mono-skiers and snowboarders.
All persons on or using any Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort facilities, including spectators, assume the risks set forth above as well as all risks which are inherent in this mountain environment.
Notice: If you cannot assume these risks and accept Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort policies and regulations described herein and posted at Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort, please do not use this mountain resort or its lifts.
Your Responsibility Code
The slopes at Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort can be enjoyed in many ways. You may see people using alpine, snowboard, telemark, cross-country and other specialized ski equipment. Regardless of how you decide to enjoy the slopes, always show courtesy to others and be aware that there are elements of risk in snow sports that common sense and personal awareness can help reduce. Observe the code listed below and share with other skiers and riders the responsibility for a great experience.
KNOW THE CODE. IT’S YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.
This is a partial list. Be safety conscious. Officially endorsed by:
NATIONAL SKI AREAS ASSOCIATION.
Warning: Snowcats, snowmobiles and snowmaking may be encountered on any run at any time.
Terrain Park Safety
Freestyle Terrain is becoming more popular at resorts and proper use is important. The National Ski Areas Association and Burton Snowboards have developed the “Smart Style” Freestyle Terrain Safety initiative, a cooperative effort to continue the proper use and progression of freestyle terrain at mountain resorts, while also delivering a unified message that is clear, concise, and effective.
The 3 main points of Smart Style include:
In case of Injury
Contact Mountain Patrollers wearing red parkas with white crosses. They can be contacted through a lift attendant or other area Team Members.
Send someone to the nearest lift or open building to report the location, type of injury and description of the injured skier.
Visit LidsOnKids.org, a site dedicated to providing information on helmet safety and answer questions about helmet use.