Trail Map Rhode Islands only Ski Area, located in your back yard. The convenience of skiing and snowboarding without the long drive!

Trails: 12 
Lifts: 3 (2 Chairlifts, 1 Rope Tow)
Skiable Terrain: 36 Acres
Snowmaking: 100%
Grooming: At least once daily
Lighted Night Skiing: Yes
Longest Trail: 2200 ft.
Food and Drink: Cafeteria and The Max Restaurant & Lounge
Equipment Rental Facility: Yes
Lessons: Yes; YV Snow Sports School 
First Aid:
Yawgoo Valley Ski Patrol (YVSP/YVSAR)  located near the base of "Proud Mary" Lift.
Forms of Payment: We accept Cash, Personal Check
(with a valid state ID), MasterCard & Visa, and Yawgoo Valley Gift Cards, Coins &  Certificate.
 

Your Responsibility Code

 1.  Always stay in control, and be able to stop or avoid other people or objects.
2.  People ahead of you have the right of way. It is your responsibility to avoid them.
3.  You must not stop where you obstruct a trail or are not visible from above.
4.  Whenever starting downhill or merging into a trail, look uphill and yield to others.
5.  Always use devices to help prevent runaway equipment.
6.  Observe all posted signs and warnings. Keep off closed trails and out of closed areas.
7.  Prior to using any lift, you must have the knowledge and ability to load, ride and unload safely.

 


INHERENT RISKS: 

Inherent risks of winter sports activities means those risks which are listed in this agreement, or those that can be reasonably inferred there from.  These risks are both obvious and necessary to these winter sports activities.  These inherent risks include but are not limited to changing weather conditions; surface and/or subsurface snow conditions as they may from time to time exist and change or be affected by weather, skier or other participant usage, (weather such conditions are surface or subsurface or consist of ice, Hard pack, powder, packed powder, wind pack, corn, crust, slush, cut up snow, and/or machine made or machine enhanced snow); other conditions including bare spots, forest growth and debris; stumps and trees; streambeds and other natural objects and/or collisions with such objects; collisions with lift towers, signs, hydrants used in snowmaking or for other necessary purposes, whether or not these objects are padded or shielded; collisions with well marked or plainly visible snow mobiles, snow grooming, and/or other over-snow vehicles or equipment; variation in steepness of terrain including but not limited to road and/or other terrain modification or variations in terrain that occur naturally or as the result of slope design, weather changes, snow making and/or snow grooming operation, or participant usage.