Friday, December 14, 2012

Winter Park Resort skibike rules and regulations

The rules and regulations for Winter Park Resort are fairly clear - if you can find them on the resorts website. Those planning on skibiking at the resort should find out the rules ahead of time or one may be disappointed.

Here's what is allowed:

And here is what is NOT allowed

No homemade or conversion bikes are allowed on the slopes at Winter Park Resort.

The rules in general at Winter Park Resort are:
  • No homemade or conversion bikes. 
  • Not allowed in the terrain parks. 
  • Skis must have metal edges. 
  • They must load into the chairlift - not carried underneath. 
  • Must be designed to load without slowing or stopping the chairlift. 
  • Only one rider per bike. 
  • They must fallover immediately if rider falls off or rider must use leash. 
  • Three ski bikes require a leash.

To find the full list of equipment permitted at Winter Park Resort, visit and scroll down to 'Allowed On-Mountain Devices - Winter'

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