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Safety at Maple Ski Ridge

At Maple Ski Ridge, we consider safety to be our number one priority, closely followed by family fun. We ask that you help us maintain a safe, fun environment for all our guests by abiding by the following rules and guidelines. 

SAFETY BEGINS BEFORE YOU LEAVE HOME

  1. Wear an appropriate winter coat and snow pants. 

  2. Dress in layers. Layers can be removed easily if too warm.

  3. Wear one pair of ski socks in your boots.
    (We highly recommend investing in a pair of ski socks. They make a huge difference in your comfort and keep your feet much warmer than regular socks. Do not layer two pairs of socks or wear thick bulky socks in your ski or snowboard boots as they are not designed to accommodate the extra thickness.)

  4. Do not tuck your pants or base-layers into your boots. 

  5. Wear proper winter gloves or mittens.
    Thin stretchy gloves are dangerous when riding the rope tow.

Clothing

  1. Use ski/snowboard boots that fit properly.

  2. Make sure your bindings are set for your height, weight, ability and boot size.

  3. Only use equipment that is in good working order.

  4. Snowboarders need to wear their leash at all times. 

  5. We strongly recommend that all our guests wear a helmet. Helmets save lives. 

  6. All our lesson participants are required to wear a helmet.

Gear

COVID-19 Policies 

In consideration of our guests and employees safety, Maple Ski Ridge has in place the following COVID-19 policies for the 2023-2024 Winter Season. 

Please be advised that we are following Covid-19 guidelines as set by the Schenectady Health Department and the CDC. We continue to monitor the health protocols and will update ours accordingly. At this time, masks are not required to be worn by our staff or guests unless you have been sick and are in the 10-day quarantine period. 

Schenectady County Health Department: https://www.schenectadycounty.com/COVID19

CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/your-health/index.html

If you are not feeling well or are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, Flu, RSV, or another  communicable illness, please stay home and plan to visit us another time. We as a community are responsible for our health and well-being. We thank you in advance for doing your part! 

We are looking forward to having a safe and fun winter season! 

Know the safety CODES

Winter sports involve risk of serious injury or death. Your knowledge, decisions and actions contribute to your safety and that of others. If you need help understanding the Code, please ask any ski area employee.

For more information on snowsports safety, please reference the Discover Snow website.  https://www.discoversnow.org/

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