Due to the recent snow, we have been seeing uphill traffic on the mountain. To keep everyone safe, we ask you to please stick to the designated up-track route on the Boundary run starting now.
We have snowmaking guns, high-pressure hoses, high voltage cables, plus snowmobiles and snowcats on the front side, and all our cats and snowmobiles traveling around the mountain, including the winch cat and cable, which is very dangerous. We are proud to be one of the only ski resorts around with a designated uptrack and we ask that you stick to it, and not go anywhere else on the mountain. Please see and follow the up-tracking rules here.
One of these rules is that there is no up-tracking after 8 pm or before 6 am. This means no skier traffic on the mountain anywhere, including Boundary, at night, period. This is primarily for everyone’s safety, but it’s also because seeing people on the resort at night is now a cause for alarm. To help protect everyone’s ski season, we have no choice but to consider these people to have possible ill intent. We remind you that we have cameras installed around the resort and on-site security personnel to monitor and respond to people’s activities, including up-tracking.
Also, if you chose to up-track on Boundary, please be aware that the ski resort is not currently open, there are many early season hazards, you decided to enter at your own risk, and there is no ski patrol or rescue available.
We share your excitement for the ski season and appreciate your understanding and patience as we work to safely get the resort open for everyone.