Safety Information

​ To ensure the safety of all of our guests

we please ask to refrain from:

 

  • Throwing Snowballs

  • Making Snowmen

  • Private Equipment

  • No Pets* (for service animal information see below)

*Service Animals Policy

Pursuant to the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) and federal regulations of 28 C.F.R 36.301 et.seq.  it is Snowdrift’s policy that service animals* (which is defined under the ADA can only be dogs or miniature horses) are not permitted in ticketed areas based on legitimate safety requirements determined by Snowdrift regarding the safety of  other customers and staff, as well as the safety of the service animal itself.

 

In addition, Snowdrift does not allow service animals to accompany customers in areas that require a ticket.  Again, based on Snowdrift’s legitimate safety requirements concerning the safety of other customers, our employees, and the service animal itself.

 

Snowdrift’s policy of restricting service animals applies equally to all other animals including pets and emotional support animals.

 

Misrepresenting a dog as a service animal is a criminal violation.

 

*”Service Animal” means any animal trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability.  Pets providing emotional support, well-being, comfort or companionship are not recognized as service animals under ADA regulations.

 

Our policy is based on the recommendations of the NSAA (National Ski Areas Association) and has been approved by the USFS for areas operating Under a Special Use Permit.