Since it was founded in 1938, the National Ski Patrol (NSP) has evolved for a handful of ski Patrollers into the world's largest winter rescue organization. For more than 50 years, NSP members have devoted a significant part of our lives to providing the skiing public with skier safety education and winter emergency care and rescue services.

Snow Trails Ski Patrol 2017-18 Members

As a result, the lives of many skiers have been saved, thousands of injured skiers have received prompt, skillful emergency care, and skiing / boarding has become a safer sport. Locally we are composed of over seventy volunteer Patrollers dedicated to providing ski / boarding safety at Snow Trails.

One of our responsibilities at Snow Trails is to prevent accident by marking obstacles and by safety education. Another one of our responsibilities is helping injured skiers, by providing prompt, skillful emergency care.

In 1997, with the industry movement towards snowboarding, Snow Trails Ski Patrol has added a snowboarding patrol to keep up our involvement with our guests. This is just one way for us to stay involved with the skiing / boarding public Patrollers are on duty to assist you. Your safety is their primary concern. All injuries must be reported.

All fencing, poles, signage and other marking devices are in place to inform you of potential hazards or obstacles. The markers will not protect you from injury, and it is your responsibility to stay away from marked areas. The use of helmets may reduce the risk of injury. 

Snowmaking and grooming activities are routinely in progress on slopes and trails. Use caution, ski in control and ski only on designated areas. Be aware of changing conditions; natural and man-made obstacles exist. Your responsibility code is also posted in the lodge and at the base of the slopes.

You are advised to familiarize yourself with the content of the code so as to become more aware of the elements of risk involved in the sport of skiing. Please observe all signs posted!

Those interested in joining the Snow Trails Ski Patrol should inquire here.
Snow Trails cannot answer any questions pertaining to information about joining Ski Patrol.


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Snow Report Updated: 3/17/18  11:34AM

Our Final Weekend was fantastic, but we hope you are as excited as we are to get more turns in and take more runs down on a snow tube this weekend!! Today and tomorrow we are happy to offer you a Bonus Weekend. Natural snowfall and cool temps this week are keeping the snow fantastic for skiing and snowboarding on the Slopes and for more fun in the Tubing Park.

Slope Hours Today:  9AM - 9:30PM
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Tubing Hours Today:  9AM - 9:30PM
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Snow Trails Ski Shop Hours:

Saturday 9:00AM – 9:30PM
Sunday 9:00AM – 5:00PM
All trails and lifts that were available last weekend are available for this weekend. Check-back here to our Snow Report for the latest updates.
Special Pricing:
Discounts on Regular Prices automatically offered at the Ticket Windows
Save $10 on Lift Tickets
Save $10 on Equipment Rentals
Let’s Get Started Packages only $45!

Saturday 9:00AM – 9:30PM
Sunday 9:00AM – 5:00PM
Special Pricing:
$5 Off 2hr Tubing Tickets Online or Walk-Up
Buy Your 2hr Tubing Ticket Online to guarantee your time slot. Some sessions may sell-out. To receive discount online, please use Promo Code: EOS18

Snow Trails typical season runs December thru mid-March. We will look forward to you joining us!

Surface Conditions: Hard Pack. Fresh Natural Snow Falling.
 The snow will start firm and will soften as the temps rise. Natural snowfall and the cold nights this week has the snow holding incredibly well across the resort. Check-out the web cams...