Your lift tickets & season passes can be picked up from one of our Pick-Up Boxes – a touchless pass printing kiosk – conveniently located outside. Using your phone or printed email, simply scan the QR code from your confirmation email at the Pick-Up Box (PUB).
The PUB will print all passes in your order in the form of RFID lift access cards. These reloadable cards can be reused every season & every time you purchase a pass with us your access will get reloaded to these cards.
CHECK IN FOR YOUR LESSON EARLY
Check-in for lessons and rentals can take a long time, especially during weekends and holiday periods. Plan to get checked in for your lesson 30 minutes ahead of time and be on-snow-ready no less than 15 minutes prior. Keep in mind that late arrivals for lessons are not guaranteed participation and may need to be rescheduled to another day. Pull up your confirmation email before you arrive for all the details so you can plan your arrival accordingly.
MAKE A PLAN WITH YOUR GROUP
The busiest times in our lodges tend to be from 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM, so consider grabbing an early lunch and bringing a snack to munch on the chairlift to skirt the midday lunch rush. Talk with your group about picking a location & a time to meet up, even if it’s just a quick check-in.
THE DAY IS DONE: NOW WHAT?
RETURN YOUR RENTED GEAR
Please bring rented skis and snowboards back to the rental shop. Don’t forget the ski poles!
MEET UP WITH YOUR GROUP
All children’s lessons will end at the kid’s yurt next to the snow off of Rabbit Peak. Complimentary Coaching and private lessons end on snow, so it’s a good idea to have a plan for finding your group after the lesson. If you need help finding your group, check in with any staff member at any time and they will assist you.
UNWIND WITH A BITE TO EAT & A BEVERAGE
The end of the day is often the best time for a good meal to recharge or grab a beverage & share stories from the day. Check out our delicious on-mountain dining options.
Still need help? Don’t be afraid to ask! Our staff is happy to help if you’re having trouble, both on or off the snow. If you’re a first-time skier or snowboarder, we highly recommend starting your adventure at Rabbit Peak.