Mountain Safety

Laurel Mountain is committed to promoting slope safety. Share the slopes and be courteous to others. Be aware that there are elements of risk in snowsports that common sense and personal awareness can help reduce. Observe Your Responsibility Code and share it with others on the slopes for a great snowsports experience!

Stay Safe at Laurel

Here are some things to keep in mind when you are out sharing the Mountain with our other guests.

Skiing at Laurel Mountain Ski Resort


Take a lesson – trained instructors can teach you more quickly and safely then learning on your own or from a friend.

Share the slopes; enjoy a lifetime of skiing or snowboarding.

Be “predictable” when skiing: Don’t suddenly swerve or stop.

Go with the flow; pass others cautiously.

Observe the areas posted as “Slow Zones” and slow down, regardless of your ability level.

Fast or reckless skiing and snowboarding can result in injury to you or others and could result in the loss of your ski and snowboard ticket or season pass.

Be courteous to others.

End the day on a positive note. Stop skiing or snowboarding with the first signs of fatigue.

Use caution when walking on steps, walkways and parking lots. Melting and freezing can cause surfaces to become slippery.

A helmet is an important safety consideration. Use your head. Educate yourself about helmet use.

Know the slope and trail ability designations.