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In Case of Injury
Contact Ski Patrol wearing red parkas/jackets with white crosses. They can be contacted through a lift attendant or other area Team Members.
- Do not remove the injured person's skis or snowboard
- Do not move the injured person unless you are trained to do so
- Cross your own skis uphill from the incident
- Send someone to the nearest lift or open building to report the location, type of injury and description of the injured skier.
The Last Run of the Day
End the day on a positive note. Stop skiing or riding with the first signs of fatigue. Use caution walking in the buildings and parking lots. Melting and freezing, as well as water accumulation, can cause surfaces to become slippery.