• Appreciate everyone’s right to enjoy the trails.
  • Be respectful of others—slow down, smile, say hello.
  • Keep your pass visible at all times.
  • A skier coming downhill has the right of way.
  • Respect the rights of slow skiers.
  • Be prepared for dogs on shared trails.

Dog Owners
  • Clean up after your dog and pack out their waste. Bags and trash cans are available at most dog-friendly trailheads—please use them! Do not leave full bags at the side of the trail.
  • Your dog must be under voice and sight control at all times or needs to be on a leash.
  • Your dog should not charge, chase or display aggression towards other skiers, dogs, or wildlife on the trails.
  • Maximum two dogs per skier.
  • Ski within your dog’s ability to avoid dog/human injury.
  • If your dog is not "Trail Ready,” or is aggressive, please leave him/her at home.
What is voice & sight control?
Your dog must be able to immediately obey a verbal command and must be seen by you at all times.

Fat Bikers
  • Riders must purchase and display a BCRD Nordic day or season pass when riding on groomed trails where passes are required
  • Trail access for Fat Bikes is dependent on conditions and riders should check the daily grooming report at winter for detailed trail access information
  • Purpose built Fat Bikes only! Both tires must be wider than 3.6 inches and tire pressure must be less than 10 psi. No exceptions!
  • Fat Bikes yield to all other users. Stay out of the classic ski tracks and give skate skiers a wide berth.
  • Stay on your bike. Footprints damage the trail.
  • If you are leaving a rut deeper than one inch or having a hard time riding in a straight line, or pushing your bike, then the snow is too soft and you should not be biking on the trail.
  • Be respectful of others - slow down, smile, and say 'hello'.
  • Be prepared to encounter dogs on shared trails.

  • Snowshoes are required on all snowshoe trails.
  • No walking or snowshoeing on groomed ski trails, including walking with YakTrak or other cleats, spikes, or snow grips.
  • Keep your pass visible at all times.
  • Obey posted signs.
  • Be prepared for dogs on snowshoe trails.