Vancouver Island | British Columbia | Canada
-1 °c 11 km SSW
2 °c 0 km ---
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Mount Washington Alpine Resort Safety

Safety on the Slopes

Mount Washington has identified 'uncompromising safety' as a core value for our company. We hope that you will find this area of our website useful, and will help support our efforts to ensure that you and other guests have a fun and safe visit. Snow Smart

Helmet Usage

Mount Washington Alpine Resort recommends wearing helmets for skiing and riding. Skiers and snowboarders are encouraged to educate themselves on the benefits and limitations of helmet usage. The primary safety consideration, and obligation under the Alpine Responsibility Code, is to ski and ride in a controlled and responsible manner. Protect Your Head

Alpine Responsibility

Alpine Responsibility Code

We invite you to check out our safety tips, and review the Alpine Responsibility Code. It is all about safety.

Mountain Safety Tips

Mountain Safety Tips

Safety tips you need to know. We want you to have a safe and enjoyable experience on the slopes of Mount Washington Alpine Resort.

Trail Difficulty

Trail Difficulty

Learn more about our trail difficulty signs at Mount Washington, please take the time to understand them and follow them.

Lift Procedures

Lift Procedures

Learn more about our Loading and Unloading procedures for our lifts and conveyors at Mount Washington Alpine Resort.

Mountain Signage

The following signs are displayed at Mount Washington, please take the time to understand them and follow them.


Mount Washington

The Mount Washington Volunteer Ski Patrol Association is a non profit association registered under the Societies Act of British Columbia