Know the Code. Ski and snowboard safely at Wisp Resort. Thank you for following our rules and regulations! Ski Patrol: 240-488-4311
SKIS: Allowed with a working brake binding system or a retention device
SNOWBOARDS: Allowed with a retention device (Snowboard binding considered ok)
TELEMARK SKIS: Allowed with a retention device or a working brake system (please be aware of releasable telemark bindings as they typically do not have a retention device)
MONOSKIS: Allowed with a working brake system or retention device
SNOWBLADES: Allowed with a retention device
ADAPTIVE EQUIPMENT: Mono-ski, dual-ski, bi-ski, slider, outriggers, and tether are allowed. Any other devices must be approved by the management of Wisp Resort.
SKIBIKES / SNOWBIKES: Allowed under the following parameters:
SNOW TRIKES: Allowed under the following parameters:
SNOWDECKS: Allowed, but must have metal edges and a leash
Below are a few examples of what Wisp Resort does NOT allow for alternative sliding devices which includes but is not limited to the following:
SNOWSHOES: NOT allowed on the mountain or on any lift
SNOWSKATES: NOT allowed
BOOT SKIS: NOT allowed
SNOWBIKES (bicycle conversion): NOT allowed (bikes are not allowed to have gears/chain/wheels/tires or crank assembly)
PLASTIC SNOWBOARDS: NOT allowed (plastic snowboards that do not have metal edges)
CROSS COUNTRY SKIS: NOT allowed on the mountain or on any lift
SLEDS/DISCS: NOT allowed
SNOWSCOOTERS: NOT allowed
TOBOGGANS: NOT allowed
GHOSTY: NOT allowed
AIRBOARD: NOT allowed
BODYSLED: NOT allowed
TANDEM: NOT allowed
SNOW TUBES: NOT allowed on the ski mountain or any ski lift (only Wisp Resort snow tubes can be used for Tubing operations at the Mountain Park)
ZIPFY: NOT allowed
This list is subject to change at any time and may have slight variations
Earning your turns is another great way to enjoy what Wisp Resort has to offer and get a great workout. We’re happy to be included in your fitness and touring routine.
Below is our Winter Uphill Travel Policy. For your Safety and Others around you, please read and abide.
Wisp Resort reserves the right to suspend Uphill Travel or revoke guests Uphill Travel Privileges at anytime.
Thanks for joining us and see you at the resort!
UPHILL TRAVEL SEASON PASS
Uphill Season Pass $50.00
Uphill Season Pass Add-On* $25.00
*Add-on available to Current Wisp Resort Season pass holders
Season Passes can be purchased in person at the Guest Services Office during normal guest services hours. Hours of operation can be found on our website Here
Your safety is directly affected by your judgment. Observe and follow Your Responsibility Code:
Wisp’s 172 acres of ski terrain provide snowsport enthusiasts of all levels with a stellar winter playground.
33 Total Runs
11 Total Lifts – 7 Chairs and 4 Surface Lifts
3115′ Summit Elevation
118 Acres of Snowmaking and Night Skiing
132 Total Skiable Acres
Our top priority is safety for guests, employees, and resort property, as well as concerns for individual privacy. Wisp Resort prohibits the operation or use of remote aerial systems or drones by the general public – including recreational users and hobbyists – without the prior written authorization from the Resort. This prohibition includes drones used for filming or videotaping and any drone use by media or journalists operating above or within 100 ft of Resort boundaries.
This prohibition on drone operations or use extends to any drone launched or operated from Resort property and drones launched from private property outside the Resort boundaries.
Please contact Lori Zaloga, [email protected], if you have questions or need prior authorization to operate aerial drones. FAA rules and regulations may govern any authorized operation of aerial drones, local law enforcement, and policies separately established by this Resort, including certification, training, insurance coverage indemnification requirements, and waivers or releases of liability.
Any violation of this policy may involve suspension of your skiing or snowboarding privileges, or the revocation of your season pass, as well as confiscation of any drone 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 property damage, as well as regulatory fines and legal fees.