These education videos will help you learn about traveling uphill inbounds at a ski resort. These are skills you can safely learn and practice at a resort. Call or check the resort website BEFORE you head out to learn about the resort’s uphill travel rules and guidelines.
Also, Backcountry skiing or snowboarding is different than uphill travel at a resort. Backcountry means you’re outside a ski resort’s boundary. This type of uphill travel carries a high risk level. Backcountry areas are not maintained by a resort and are potentially hazardous. Backcountry travel requires you to be trained in avalanche safety, have specific skill set, and carry appropriate gear. Review these safety considerations and seek the proper training and educational resources if you plan to travel in the backcountry.