The month of January is dedicated to Snowsport safety to help educate skiers and snowboarders about being safe, and to use common sense on the slopes. The National Ski Areas Association (NSAA) combines with the National Ski Patrol (NSP) Safety Initiatives to carve out and support safety on the slopes. Join our celebration of this NSAA and NSP event, by participating in some of the Wintergreen Ski Patrol's #WintergreenSafe program activities listed below. Take pictures of you being #WintergreenSafe - Lead by Example and post them to social media!
On Saturday, February 3rd, 2024, we will hold our annual "Ski With The Patrol Day". Please contact Matt Dodge if you are interested in joining the WSP. Stop by the ski patrol dispatch in the Skyline Pavilion building for information packets on how to join the NSP.
Try out our new Graduated Terrain at Wintergreen Resort, it’s a new innovated terrain-based instruction and slope for those new to Snowsports. It uses sculpted dips, banks and rollers to give beginners a true skiing experience from the start, to learn speed control, weighting/unweighting and edging and carving. Start on the flats and progress to a series of gently banked turns and rollers. Check out Wintergreen Snowsports School for more information. Learn to ski and ride, be #WintergreenSafe!
Want to ski that corduroy and make first tracks? Meet outside of the Ski Patrol back back door of the Skyline Pavilion at 7:45 AM to join
the group to make first tracks on the mountain.
Check "This Week at Wintergreen" for dates.
Do you love to take pictures? If so, join the National Ski Areas Association (NSAA) photo contest.
Check "National Safety Month Photo Contest" for more information.
NSAA promotes the use of helmets on the slopes. We urge skiers and riders to wear a helmet - but to ski or ride as if they are not
wearing a helmet. NSAA views skiing and snowboarding in a controlled and NSAA views using and riding chair lifts in a responsible manner as
one of the primary safety considerations for all skiers and boarders. A skier's behavior has as much or more to do with the safety of the
sport as does any piece of equipment from helmet to chair lift.
Check "Lids on Kids" for more information.
NSAA views using and riding chair lifts in a responsible manner as one of the primary safety considerations for all skiers and boarders.
A skier's behavior has as much or more to do with the safety of the sport as does any piece of equipment from helmet to chair lift.
Check "Kids On Lifts" for more information.
Complementing the Responsibility Code and it's 7 rules the NSAA’s #RideAnotherDay promotes 3 actions every skier and
rider can take to help keep themselves and those around safer on the slopes. These three actions are:
Check "Collision Safety" for more information.