Uphill Policies




Southeast Uphill Ski Resort Policies

We reviewed 15 resorts in the lower half of the Eastern US.

Unfortunately, there is not a resort with a written policy regarding uphill travel.

If you are interested in getting into the sport in this area please call the resorts directly before you head out.

We will be actively communicating with resorts to see if we can increase the access and knowledge surrounding uphill travel.


Maryland

The following resorts do not have stated policies in Maryland - Wisp Resort.


North Carolina

The following resorts do not have stated policies in North Carolina - Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort.


Tennessee

The following resorts do not have stated policies in Tennessee - Bryce Resort, Massanutten, The Homestead Ski Area and Wintergreen Resort.


Virginia

The following resorts do not have stated policies in Virginia - Bryce Resort, Massanutten, The Homestead Ski Area and Wintergreen Resort.


West Virginia

The following resorts do not have stated policies in West Virginia - Canaan Valley Resort, Snowshoe Mountain Resort, Timberline Mountain and Winterplace Mountain Resort.



If you do not see a policy listed for your local ski resort, feel free to contact us. We will be more than happy to research your local resort's policy, as well as try to advocate for uphill access if the resort currently does not allow it. You can reach us at noliftneeded@gmail.com.


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