TRAIL MAP & TERRAIN
Welcome to The 2023-2024 Season!
Featuring 4 surface lifts and 11 great runs, our hill has something for everyone! Ski or ride in our dynamic learning areas, terrain park, steep pitches and rolling runs. Drop by our all-ages Tube Park, get a hot drink at our interim Day Lodge or reserve our Après Chalet for your next event.
No chairlift? No problem! Our line ups move quickly, letting you get in twice the runs and fun and you never have to worry about getting stuck on a stopped chair. With Edmonton Ski Club you know you're getting the best value for your lift ticket. Come for the activity, stay for the community.
All Lifts Operational
Runs Open: 11
Monday- Tuesday 5-9
Wednesday- Friday 1-9
Monday Tuesday 5-9
Wednesday- Friday 5-9
*No unsanctioned changes to the hill and terrain are to be made: this will result in restricted access to the site and the removal of privileges.
ALPINE RESPONSIBILITY CODE
Please read the Alpine Responsibility Code before visiting the hill.
THERE ARE ELEMENTS OF RISK THAT COMMON SENSE AND PERSONAL AWARENESS CAN HELP REDUCE. ALWAYS SHOW COURTESY TO OTHERS. PLEASE ADHERE TO THE CODE BELOW AND SHARE WITH OTHERS THE RESPONSABILITY FOR A SAFE EXPERIENCE
Always stay in control. You must be able to stop, or avoid other people or objects.
People ahead of you have the right-of-way. It is your responsibility to avoid them.
Stop only where you are visible from above and do not restrict traffic.
Look uphill and avoid others before starting downhill or entering a trail.
You must prevent runaway equipment.
Read and obey all signs, warnings and hazard markings.
Keep off closed trails and out of closed areas
You must know how to be able to load, ride and unload lifts safely. If you need assistance as the lift attendant.
Do not use lifts of terrain when impaired by alcohol or drugs.
If you are involved in a collision or incident, share your contact information with each other and a ski area employee.
Know the Code - It is Your Responsibility.
TERRAIN PARK SAFETY
RESPONSIBILITY – Before using the park, please read through the Park Rules, Your Responsibility Code, Smart Style, and Rail Park Warning. This information is also available at the ski area park entrance.
SIGNAGE – please review the signs below and become familiar with them, they are in place for your safety.
During a significant snowfall event, Edmonton Ski Club will consider the option to close the rail park until further notice due to rapidly changing and potentially unsafe conditions or low usage due to deep powder conditions. Arrangements will be made to open the park as soon as feasible following a storm cycle.
This Park contains the following features: S M L XL
LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP!
Freestyle Terrain has four levels of progression and designation for size. Start small and work your way up. It is your responsibility to familiarize yourself with the terrain before attempting any of the features.
Designations Are Relative To This Resort
Freestyle Terrain S:
Introductory freestyle terrain
Small features, surface-level rails & boxes
Less Difficult features
Freestyle Terrain M:
Small to medium size features
Ride-on rails & small to medium half pipe
Freestyle Terrain L:
Medium to large size features
Introduction to jump-on rails
Rail's with gaps & narrow surfaces
Large half pipe
More Difficult features
Freestyle Terrain XL:
Largest size features & jumps
Jump-on rails with gaps & narrow surfaces
Advanced and Experts only
Most Difficult features
FREESTYLE SKILLS REQUIRED
Freestyle Terrain may contain jumps, hits, ramps, embankments, fun boxes, jibs, rails, half pipes, quarter pipes, snowcross, freestyle bump terrain and other
constructed or natural terrain features. Freestyle skill involves maintaining control on the ground and in the air. Prior to using Freestyle Terrain, it is your responsibility to familiarize yourself with all instructions and warnings and to follow the Alpine Responsibility Code.
The features vary in size and difficulty and change constantly due to snow conditions, weather, usage, modifications, grooming and time of day. It is your responsibility to inspect these features before use and throughout the day.
You control the degree of risk you will encounter in using these features both on the ground and in the air. Do not attempt these features unless you have sufficient ability and experience to do so safely.
Helmets are recommended.
Only one person should use a feature at a time. Wait your turn and call your start. Do not jump without looking and use a spotter when necessary. LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP! Always clear the landing area quickly.
Always ride or ski in control and within your ability level.
Individual features are closed for a reason. Do not enter the Freestyle Terrain or use features when closed.
Freestyle Terrain use, like all skiing and snowboarding,
exposes you to the risk of serious injury. AIRBORNE MANEUVERS INCREASE THE RISK INVERTED AERIALS SUBSTANTIALLY INCREASE THE RISK OF SERIOUS INJURY AND ARE NOT RECOMMENDED
When using the Freestyle Terrain, you assume the risk of any injury that may occur. The ski area operator's liability for all injury or loss is excluded by the terms and conditions on your ticket or season pass release of liability.
SAFETY & RISK AWARENESS IS IMPORTANT
Skiing, snowboarding, natural luge and other activities that take place at ski areas involve the risk of injury. Please be aware of the risks, dangers, and hazards that you may encounter at a ski area to help you to stay safe while enjoying these activities. While we want you to have the most fun possible at the ESC, obeying the rules, staying alert, and preparing for potential hazards will make the day awesome for everyone!
Click the yellow image to learn more from the Canadian West Ski Areas Association (CWSAA)