Granby Ranch focuses on safety as part of our core mission and everyday operating culture. We want to keep you as safe as possible while enjoying our slopes, so please read on for important safety information. Additionally, on this page you’ll find our general resort policies which will help you navigate and understand the rules of the mountain.
Ski Patrol & Safety Contacts
Regardless of how you decide to enjoy the slopes, always show courtesy to others.
Granby Ranch operates recreational services in rain, snow and shine. On occasion, we may close operations for inclement weather, including lightning, wind, cold temperatures, snow, or all other natural events. Note that all products are non-refundable and non-transferrable in the event of closure.
Consisting of trails on primarily private land, all guests recreating on trails or slopes -- winter and summer -- must possess a valid pass or ticket product and complete a waiver.
Granby Ranch is a little different than other mountain destinations. Over 30 miles of acclaimed downhill biking trails, panoramic singletrack, and solitary hiking trails with views of the Continental Divide stretch across nearly 5,000 acres of primarily private land.
Our concern for safety is a driving factor in all decisions regarding mountain access which includes all means of uphill travel. It is important to remember that any access and/or use of Granby Ranch trails is solely authorized by purchasing one of the products noted below, is a privilege and not a right, and may be revoked at any time, especially for failure to comply to our uphill policy.
Granby Ranch’s winter operations (ski lifts and trails) are designed for use by the skiing guests using alpine and cross country skis or snowboards affixed to their feet by a range of binding systems and standardized adaptive ski devices and equipment for individuals with disabilities. Allowed devices will have metal edges and a retention system such as a leash or properly working brakes that must be worn at all times. A person who has a disability is allowed to utilize any equipment that has been designed and manufactured primarily for use by individuals who have disabilities. Examples of such ski equipment include but are not limited to sit-skis, monoskis, outriggers, blind bibs, etc.
Granby Ranch reserves the right to change or update this policy at any time and for any reason.
While the Terrain Park can be fun and challenging, it’s important to consider the risks that accompany skiing or riding on features in the park.
Smoking of any kind is prohibited at Granby Ranch. You will be asked to leave if you are caught smoking outside and/or if you leave cigarette butts on the ground. Please respect our fragile, arid mountain environment.
You may bring Fido to our parking lots, base area and mountain trails on a leash. Please pick up after your pet! However, pets/animals are prohibited from any indoor facility, except for documented service animals. Animals are prohibited from loading our lifts.
Helmets are not required at Granby Ranch. However, we require helmets for all ski and ride school lessons and all users in the Downhill Bike Park.
Drones are prohibited on property.
No tubing services are offered at this time. Sledding and tubing are strictly prohibited within ski area boundaries. Please note all posted signs regarding sledding restrictions on ski area boundary markers.
All ticket and pass products are non-refundable and non-transferrable. Other resort services, including ski school lessons and rentals, may have cancellation periods. Please see those sections on the website for more information.
Outside alcohol is expressly prohibited at Granby Ranch.
You are entering a mountain environment. This means you may slip, fall, and experience rugged conditions such as snow, ice, water, rocks, branches, grass, tress, and other natural or unnatural obstacles. Uneven terrain may exist anywhere on the mountain and elsewhere on the property. Sturdy footwear is strongly recommended. Please be aware that vehicles and heavy machinery operate frequently, including snowmobiles, groomers, trucks, ATV’s and RTV’s. This is an active ski resort — please be extremely conscious of your surroundings. By entering the mountain area, you are aware of the mountain conditions and are entering at your own risk.
Nordic skiing, fat biking and snowshoeing are now available on designated Nordic trails (not on downhill runs inside of the ski area boundary). Day tickets and winter season passes are available at the ticket window. Please see our Property Access Policy for more information.
Overnight camping is expressly prohibited. Several locations with RV hookups are available immediately nearby Granby Ranch.
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