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Policies and FAQs

Woods Valley Policies and Frequently Asked Questions

Trespassing is strictly forbidden.   When Woods Valley is closed, access to the property is prohibited.  If you are on the property without permission, we will call the police.

Smoking: We have a smoking area outside behind the lodge by the fireplace chimney.  Please limit smoking to this area only.

Cancellation/Rescheduling policy: Guests can cancel a reservation at Woods Valley and reschedule for another day.  A reschedule fee of $10 per ticket/lesson is charged for the change.  No refunds will be issued.

Season Passes and Tickets are not transferrable.  Your pass or ticket are for your use only.  You may not loan or share your pass or ticket with any other person.  If you violate this policy, your pass privileges will be revoked and you will be charged a penalty fee.  No refund, credit, or substitutions of any kind will be issued if you fail to use or take possession of your season pass.

Can I bring my dog?

We do love dogs, but ask that you leave your pet home.

Can I walk up the hill?

No, for the safety of yourself and others, walking uphill is not permitted in any season.

Can I ski or ride without a ticket? 

Definitely not.  All skiers and riders must have a ticket purchased from the ticket office.  We do not allow access to the hill without a ticket.

Can I bring food and drinks in the lodge?

We do not allow outside food and beverage upstairs in the lodge; it is our restaurant and bar.  You may enjoy your own food in the seating provided downstairs.  No outside alcohol is permitted.

Can I sled at Woods Valley?

No.  Sledding is not allowed anywhere on Woods Valley property.

Can I tailgate in the parking lot?

No.  We do not allow tailgating, we are a licensed premises.  Any alcohol must be purchased in the lodge.

Can I fly my drone at Woods Valley?

No.  For the safety and concern of our guests, employees, and our property, Woods Valley prohibits the operation and use of unmanned aerial drones by the general public without prior written authorization from the owners of Woods Valley.