Safety on the Slopes
As with any sport, there are elements of risk. Common sense and personal awareness can help reduce potential injury to you and/or others. Regardless of how you decide to use the slopes, always show courtesy to others. Please adhere to the code listed below for a safe outdoor experience.
Alpine Responsibility Code
Glen Eden Regulations
Lift tickets required
A Glen Eden lift ticket is required when riding the slopes at Glen Eden. Patrons are not permitted to walk on the slopes without participating in either skiing or snowboarding and bearing a lift ticket or season pass. Although you may want to walk the slopes to help your children learn to ski or board, your safety and the safety of others is our ultimate concern. If you would like to assist your children in learning, we recommend enrolling them in a private lesson or in a 4-week or 8-week lesson program.
Tobogganing is prohibited on any Glen Eden / Kelso Conservation Area property.
The possession of alcohol is prohibited within the park.
No ice fishing
Ice fishing is prohibited on Kelso Lake. During the winter season water is taken from the Lake and used for snowmaking. As a result ice on the edging of the Lake can at times become unstable.
Ticket Removal Policy
The Alpine Responsibility Code consists of 10 points that when adhered to, creates a safe and enjoyable environment for everyone. Please take the time to review the Alpine Responsibility Code displayed above.
As part of our Safety Education Program, members of the Ski Patrol have been authorized to remove the Lift Ticket or Season Pass from anyone who fails to adhere to the Alpine Responsibility Code after being warned to do so.
The Ski Patrol has also been authorized to remove a Lift Ticket or Season Pass without warning for the misuse of any Lift or Elevating Device, tampering with any Safety Equipment, any abusive conduct and the consumption of Alcohol or Illegal Drugs.