King Pine Uphill Travel Policy

Uphill travel on the the alpine trails at King Pine is allowed with the following requirements being met:

  • Please remember as an uphill user, you are the guest of Purity Spring Resort, Inc. and must agree to the terms, conditions, acknowledgement of risk (RSA 225A:3) and release of liability.
  • Access is at your own risk.
  • It is recommended that uphill users travel with at least one partner.
  • Skis with skins, split tail snowboard with skins or snowshoes are required.
  • A season pass, alpine or nordic ticket is required to access trails during operational hours.
  • Travel on the best side of the trail to be seen by downhill skiers, snowboarders, snow groomers and snowmakers on snowmobiles.
  • Travel single file on the edge of the trail.
  • The best route on the front side is up Scotch Pine and finishing on Crooked Pine.
  • The best route on the back side is up Slow Pokey Pine and finishing on Pokey Pine.
  • Do not stop at high traffic areas.
  • When traveling on our trails, you must observe the Skier Responsibility Code.
  • No sleds, tubes, saucers, snowmobiles or fat tire bikers.
  • Use a headlamp and reflective clothing at night.
  • Yield to down hill traffic. Downhill traffic has the right of way.
  • Stay off of trails that are being groomed.
  • Stay off of trails where snowmaking is occurring.
  • Dogs/Pets are not allowed on trails during operational hours.
  • Be prepared for the weather with the appropriate clothing and equipment.
  • Mobile phone service is very limited at King Pine, with service from some companies available at the summit.
Uphill Policy | King Pine


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