PILOT PROJECT

Depending on the success of the project, it will determine if we continue hosting Uphill Nights.

This includes adherence to rules, and a clear understanding that uphill traffic is only permitted on these nights.

Wednesdays Nights 4pm to 8pm

PRE-PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE OR SIGN IN AT THE BAR WITH YOUR SEASON PASS.
Ticket sales close at Noon each Wednesday.
Headlamps are required to be worn and on at all times after dark. Reflective clothing is recommended.

Route

Uphill traffic on Hailey’s only.
Descent routes on Hailey’s or Pokey’s only. We will inform you which downhill route is available that night.

Mt. Sima reserves the right to close access to any area at any time for any reason.

When traveling uphill or downhill follow the Alpine Responsibility Code, and follow these additional guidelines for uphill travel:

    • Stay on the designated uphill track
    • Do not hike or stand in the middle of a ski trail
    • Observe posted signs, warnings, and trail closures
    • Be alert for and yield to downhill skiers
    • Yield to and/or avoid all ski area machinery
    • Never stop in high-traffic zones, where you are likely to obstruct a trail, or where you are not visible to downhill traffic

Anyone found to be accessing the mountain outside of the allowed time and dates is subject to having their pass privileges revoked.

  • DATES

    Wednesday Nights Jan 20th to March 10th.

    No Uphill Nights During March Break.

    Open Daily  10am to 4pm Thursday March 11th to Sunday March 28th.

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Do I need to have skins or a split board to participate?

No. So long as you are able to safely travel uphill, like on snowshoes, and your downhill equipment is safely fastened to your pack, you can participate.