3. Pick Up Your Lift Tickets or Season Pass
You won’t make it very far without a lift ticket. Make sure to pick up your pass early the day before you hit the slopes if you can. You wouldn’t want to be stuck in line while you’re friends are getting first tracks on a powder day.
Pro Tip: Stash your pass in the pocket of your jacket at all times so you’ll never lose it. Don’t put any other credit cards, passes from last year, or phones in the same pocket – that may make it difficult to scan when entering the gates to hop on the gondola or chairlift.
4. Gather All Your Accessories
There’s nothing worse than getting on the gondola and realizing you forgot your goggles. Avoid this scenario by getting your helmet, goggles, gloves, snacks, and hand warmers ready for the day the night before and lay them all out in a pile like you used to do with your clothes on the first day of school (or was that just me?). Toss in some glove liners if you’re prone to cold fingers, as well as a pack of hand warmers.
Pro tip: Our Ambassadors are happily handing out RXBARs, warm apple cider, and coffee every day around the four mountains. If you need a pick-me-up or a warm beverage, stop by and take a little break.