Turn the Key, Be Idle Free
Do your part to help reduce our carbon footprint! Small changes make a significant impact when reducing carbon emissions.
If ¼ of guest vehicles idle for 15 minutes on a Saturday, they would emit a carbon dioxide total equaled to the weight of a moose.
That’s a lot of carbon dioxide! This is why it is crucial to limit your vehicle’s idling time to reduce your impact on the environment and community.
NO IDLING GUIDELINES
Vehicles should be turned off when not in use except for the following scenarios:
- Emergency response vehicles when responding to an emergency.
- Operating vehicles that require specific temperature needs for function.
- Health and safety concerns (e.g., severe weather conditions).
TURN THE KEY, BE IDLE FREE
To support our goal and core values, we are making operational changes to limit greenhouse gas emissions produced by company vehicles. Our focus is to reduce carbon emissions by cutting back on idling times for company vehicles. This goal doesn’t stop at the resort, we want our guests to help make a difference in their carbon emissions too.
Thank you for consciously making sustainable decisions that better our environment and move us further towards our goal of being carbon neutral by 2030.
An active participant in NSAA’s Sustainable Slopes, promoting environmentally responsible operations across the ski industry.
Provide resources for guests and staff that support their environmentally conscious decisions.
Maximize Every Minute
Further advance snowmaking systems to increase productivity and lower consumption—delivering more snow, with less energy.
Utilize highly efficient snowcats and cutting-edge GPS technology to reduce emissions and lower fuel consumption.
Adhere to guidelines of state and federal agencies to ensure our practices focus on preserving our ecological resources.