Unlike existing trails, there is a variety of natural terrain on Yakebi Wall and Tree Run Trail.
Please be sure to read these rules of use to ensure your safety.
If you have any questions, please contact the ski resort.
Please be sure to review the following documents before using.
・Terms and Conditions for Ski Resort Use
・Ski Area Trail Map
・Snow Sports Safety Standards
For safety reasons, the following dangerous activities are prohibited.
・Entering the trail when it is closed or entering from anywhere other than the entrance.
・Approaching or crossing over “no trespassing” signs or ropes.
【Signs and markings are placed at 100-feet intervals in accordance with snow sports safety standards and the Colorado Ski Safety Act.】
・Approaching terrain traps (standing trees, rocks, ball slopes, streams, snow cornice, cracks, tree holes, convex slopes, etc.)
*If a dangerous behavior is found, your lift ticket may be temporarily withheld or you may be denied entry to the ski area.
◆FOR YOUR SAFETY and ENJOYMENT
・Check and memorize the trail map beforehand.
・While fresh snow and deep snow can be fun, be aware of the danger of choking in the event of a fall, and make sure you know how to deal with it.
・Be aware of changes in weather and snow conditions.
・Ski and snowboard insurance is recommended.
・If you see someone in trouble or injured on the trail, please report it to the patrol.
・Please feel free to check the status of non-pressure areas with the Patrol.
・No Trespassing signs (CLOSE signs) and other caution signs and markings are placed at 100-feet intervals in accordance with snow sport safety standards and the Colorado Ski Safety Act.
・Avoid acting alone as much as possible. (Ideally, stay within earshot of your peers.)
For inquiries other than the above,
please contact the ski area management office or ski patrol directly or by phone.
[Yakebitaiyama Ski Resort]