Open 6/22 & 6/23 and 6/29 & 6/30 from 12 p - 7 p / Regular Summer Hours begin July 2

Policies & Safety

We value your safety & the safety of all Holiday Mountain guests

For your safety, please view this interactive webite designed to education skiers and snowboarders about the NYS Ski Safety Code and “Your Responsibility Code” that has ten tenets for skiers and riders to follow. View here: skiandridesafelyny.com

Dog & Animal Policy
We love our four-footed friends too, but in an effort to keep the safety of our guests and their pets at top of mind we have to ask that you leave you dog/pet home while enjoying the mountain.
Per NYS Title 8 PBH, Chapter 45, Article 13

Uphill Travel Policy:   Holiday Mountain does NOT allow any uphill travel at this time.  There is no allowable access to ANY trails for any purpose outside of normal operating hours.

No Sledding Policy:   Sledding anywhere at Holiday Mountain is strictly prohibited.   This includes ski trails, tubing park, walkways, roads and any snow-covered areas.  This includes all sliding devices such as sleds, saucers, sno-bikes, toboggans of any kind.

Ski Area Boundary & Tree Skiing:  Terrain beyond the ski area boundary, as indicated by signs and on the trail map, is not maintained or patrolled. It is unmarked and potentially hazardous with many obstacles.  Holiday encourages skiers and riders to stay on marked / groomed trail surfaces and does not offer ANY authorized tree skiing terrain.  When you pass beyond the marked / groomed ski trail boundary, you leave the area of ski patrol services. § 18-108.  Severability. If any provision of this article or the application thereof to any person or circumstances is held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect other provisions or applications of this article that can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and to this end the provisions of this article are declared to be severable.

Holiday Mountain does NOT have any authorized in-bounds tree terrain, these areas will not be indicated as open or closed on the snow report or on the hill by ropes and signage.  Tree areas are not maintained or patrolled.  Please be aware that tree areas may contain hazards that are not marked and may be hard to see.  Respect your ability level.  If you are wondering whether or not you should attempt something, err on the side of caution.  Never ski alone, always have a working cell phone when skiing, know ski patrol’s contact phone number:  845-796-3161.

Drone Policy:   Out of safety concerns for guests, employees and resort policy, Holiday Mountain / Bridgeville Ski Company prohibits the operation or use of unmanned aerial systems (USA), or aerial drones, by the general public, including recreational users and hobbyists without written permission from the Resort.  This prohibition includes drones for filming or videotaping, as well as any drone use by media or journalists operating over all the Resort properties. This prohibition on drone operations or use extends to any drone launched or operated from Resort property, as well as drones launched from private property outside the Resort property boundaries.

Any unauthorized operation of aerial drones many be governed by Federal Aviation Administration rules and regulations and local law enforcement rules as well as those policies separately established by our Resort, which may include certification, training, insurance coverage, indemnification requirements, and waivers or releases of liability,  Any violation of this policy may involve suspension of your skiing privileges or revocation of your season pass, as well as confiscation of any equipment and may subject violators to any damages, including but not limited to damages for violations of privacy and/ or physical or personal injuries, or regulatory fines and legal fees.

NYS Article 18 Safety in Skiing Code
Skiers, snowboarders, and lift passengers are governed by the NYS Safety in Skiing Code, Article 18 of the NYS General Obligations Law. Signed by Governor Mario Cuomo and enacted into law in 1989, the New York State Safety in Skiing Code is detailed below.

TO BE A SAFE SKIER
NYS LAW REQUIRES YOU TO KNOW AND OBSERVE
THE FOLLOWING DUTIES OF SKIERS:
1. Not to ski in any area not designated for skiing;
2. Not to ski beyond their limits or ability to overcome variations in slope, trail configuration and surface or subsurface conditions which may be caused or altered by weather, slope or trail maintenance work by the ski area operator, or skier use;
3. To abide by the directions of the ski area operator;
4. To remain in constant control of speed and course at all times while skiing so as to avoid contact with plainly visible or clearly marked obstacles and with other skiers and passengers on surface operating tramways;
5. To familiarize themselves with posted information before skiing any slope or trail, including all information posted pursuant to subdivision five of section 18-103 of this article;
6. Not to cross the uphill track of any surface lift, except at points clearly designated by the ski area operator;
7. Not to ski on a slope or trail or portion thereof that has been designated as “closed” by the ski area operator;
8. Not to leave the scene of any accident resulting in personal injury to another party until such times as the ski area operator arrives, except for the purpose of summoning aid;
9. Not to overtake another skier in such a manner as to cause contact with the skier being overtaken and to yield the right of way to the skier being overtaken;
10. Not to willfully stop on any slope or trail where such stopping is likely to cause a collision with other skiers or vehicles;
11. To yield to other skiers when entering a trail or starting downhill;
12. To wear retention straps or other devices to prevent runaway skis;
13. To report any personal injury to the ski area operator before leaving the ski area; and,
14. Not to willfully remove, deface, alter or otherwise damage signage, warning devices or implements, or other safety devices placed and maintained by the ski area operator pursuant to the requirements of section 18-103 of this article.

TO BE A SAFE LIFT PASSENGER
NYS LAW REQUIRES YOU TO KNOW AND OBSERVE
THE FOLLOWING DUTIES OF PASSENGERS:

  1. To familiarize themselves with the safe use of any tramway prior to its use;
  2.  To remain in the tramway if the operation of a passenger tramway, as defined pursuant to section two hundred two-c of the labor law, is interrupted for any reason, until instructions or aid are provided by the ski area operator;
  3. To board or disembark from passenger tramways only at points or areas designated by the ski area operator;
  4. Not to eject any objects or material from a passenger tramway;
  5. To use restraint devices in accordance with posted instructions;
  6. To wear retention straps or other devices to prevent runaway skis;
  7. Not to interfere with the operation of a passenger tramway;
  8. Not to place or caused to be placed on the uphill track of a surface lift any object which may interfere with its normal operation; and,
  9. Not to wear loose scarves, clothing, or accessories or expose long hair which may become entangled with any part of the device.

Skiers have the following additional duties to enable them to make informed decisions as to the advisability of their participation in the sport:
a. To seek out, read, review, and understand, in advance to skiing, the ‘Warning to Skiers’ summarized below and displayed where tickets are sold; and,

Warning to Skiers: Downhill skiing and snowboarding, like many other sports, contains inherent risks including, but not limited to the risk of personal injury, including catastrophic injury, or death, or property damage, which may be caused by variations in terrain or weather conditions; or surface or subsurface snow, ice, bare spots or areas of thin cover, moguls, ruts, bumps, or other persons using the facilities; or rocks, forest growth, debris, branches, trees, roots, stumps; or other natural objects or manmade objects that are incidental to the provision or maintenance of a ski facility in New York State. New York law imposes a duty on you to become apprised of and understand the risks inherent in the sport of skiing or snowboarding, which are set forth above, so that you make an informed decision of whether to participate in skiing or snowboarding notwithstanding the risks. New York also imposes additional duties upon you, to which you must adhere, for the purpose of avoiding injury caused by any of the risks inherent in skiing or snowboarding. If you are not willing to assume all of these risks and abide by these duties you must not participate in skiing or snowboarding at Bristol Mountain.
b. To obtain such education in the sport of skiing as the individual skier shall deem appropriate to his or her level of ability, including the familiarization with skills and duties necessary to reduce the risk of injury in such sport.

Your Responsibility Code:
Skiing and snowboarding can be enjoyed in many ways. At ski areas you may see people using alpine, snowboard, telemark, cross country and other specialized ski equipment, such as that used by disabled or other skiers. Regardless of how you decide to enjoy the slopes, always show courtesy to others and be aware that there are elements of risk in skiing that common sense and personal awareness can help reduce. Observe the code listed below and share with other skiers the responsibility for a great skiing experience.

  1. Always stay in control.
  2. People ahead of you have the right of way.
  3. Stop in a safe place for you and others.
  4. Whenever starting downhill or merging, look uphill and yield.
  5. Use devices to help prevent runaway equipment.
  6. Observe signs and warnings, and keep off closed trails.
  7. Know how to use the lifts safely.

Be safety conscious and KNOW THE CODE. IT’S YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.

This is a partial list. Officially endorsed by: National Ski Areas Association.

Visit the National Ski Areas Association web site for additional ski resort safety information at: http://www.nsaa.org/nsaa/safety/

Helmets
While New York State does not currently mandate that helmets are worn, we do feel it is very important that parents, skiers, and snowboarders educate themselves about the benefits and limitations of helmets. Ultimately, the choice of whether or not to wear a helmet is one of personal or parental preference.

PRIVACY STATEMENT
Your privacy is important to Holiday Mountain. This privacy statement provides information about the personal information that Holiday Mountain collects, and the ways in which Holiday Mountain uses that personal information. 

Personal information collection
Holiday Mountain may collect and use the following kinds of personal information:

  • Information about your use of this website (including Email, name, etc.)
  • Information that you provide using for the purpose of registering with the website (including Email, name, etc.)
  • Information about transactions carried out over this website (including Email, name, etc.)
  • Information that you provide for the purpose of subscribing to the website services
  • Any other information that you send to Holiday Mountain.]

Using personal information
Holiday Mountain may use your personal information to:

  • [administer this website;]
  • [personalize the website for you;]
  • [enable your access to and use of the website services;]
  • [publish information about you on the website;]
  • [send to you products that you purchase;]
  • [supply to you services that you purchase;]
  • [send to you statements and invoices;]
  • [collect payments from you; and]
  • [send you marketing communications.]

Where Holiday Mountain discloses your personal information to its agents or sub-contractors for these purposes, the agent or sub-contractor in question will be obligated to use that personal information in accordance with the terms of this privacy statement.

In addition to the disclosures reasonably necessary for the purposes identified elsewhere above, Holiday Mountain may disclose your personal information to the extent that it is required to do so by law, in connection with any legal proceedings or prospective legal proceedings, and in order to establish, exercise or defend its legal rights.

Securing your data
Holiday Mountain will take reasonable technical and organizational precautions to prevent the loss, misuse, or alteration of your personal information.  Holiday Mountain will store all the personal information you provide on its secure servers.  Information relating to electronic transactions entered into via this website will be protected by encryption technology.

Online Account Data Inquiries and Deletion Request

For inquiries about the data associated with your online customer account accessed via the Holiday Mountain Customer Portal  or to request for your account to be deleted, you can contact us at info@skiholidaymtn.com.

Cross-border data transfers
Information that Holiday Mountain collects may be stored and processed in and transferred between any of the countries in which Holiday Mountain operates to enable the use of the information in accordance with this privacy policy.  In addition, personal information that you submit for publication on the website will be published on the internet and may be available around the world.  You agree to such cross-border transfers of personal information. 

Updating this statement
Holiday Mountain may update this privacy policy by posting a new version on this website.  You should check this page occasionally to ensure you are familiar with any changes.

Other websites
This website contains links to other websites.  Holiday Mountain is not responsible for the privacy policies or practices of any third party.

Contact
Holiday Mountain If you have any questions about this privacy policy or [NAME’S] treatment of your personal information, please write:

Holiday Mountain Ski & Fun Park
99 Holiday Mountain Road
Monticello, New York 12701