The information contained here should be used as a tool for all students and teachers to prepare themselves for a visit to a ski area. They should study this material and be familiar with all ski area signage such as levels of difficulty for trails and terrain parks, caution and warning signs, as well as lift loading and unloading. Students should also be aware of expected skier/rider etiquette, proper clothing to wear and what to do if someone gets hurt.
A school trip to a ski area is exciting and fun, however, there are certain rules that must be followed. These rules are detailed in the Alpine Responsibility Code. This code of conduct for skiers/riders. The goal of the Alpine Responsibility Code is to assist in the prevention of accidents and in the creation of a safer and more pleasant skiing environment.