Hill Safety

At Thrill Hills, your safety is our top priority. We want everyone to have an enjoyable and safe skiing experience. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with our safety guidelines and tips before hitting the slopes.

Know Your Limits

  • Skiing Ability: Choose trails and slopes that match your skill level. Green for beginners, blue for intermediate and advanced.
  • Weather Conditions: Check weather and trail conditions before heading out. Adjust your plans accordingly.
  • Equipment: Ensure your gear is in good condition and properly fitted.

Safety Gear

  • Helmets: We strongly recommend wearing helmets for all skiers and snowboarders.
  • Protective Gear: Consider wearing wrist guards, knee pads, and other protective equipment.

Slope Etiquette

  • Stay in Control: Ski or snowboard at a speed that allows you to stop or avoid others safely.
  • Yield to Others: Uphill skiers have the right of way. Always yield to those in front of you.
  • No Stopping on Trails: If you need to stop, move to the side of the trail where you are visible to others.
  • Obey Signs and Markings: Follow trail signs and closures. Respect boundary ropes.

Skiing with Children

  • Supervision: Supervise children at all times. Ensure they are skiing appropriate terrain.
  • Teach Safety: Teach kids the importance of skiing safely and respecting others.

Emergency Procedures

  • Contact Information: Carry contact information for ski patrol and emergency services.
  • First Aid: Know basic first aid and help injured skiers while waiting for professional assistance.

Environmental Responsibility

  • Litter: Dispose of trash in designated containers and help keep our slopes clean.
  • Respect Nature: Stay on marked trails to preserve the natural environment.

Remember, skiing can be a thrilling and enjoyable experience when done safely. By following these guidelines, you can help ensure a safe and enjoyable time at Thrill Hills. Have a great time on the slopes!

For more detailed information or inquiries, feel free to contact our ski hill staff.