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SpainBaqueira4 routeshttps://www.baqueira.es/noticias/866750
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SpainLa Molina2 routes
2 routes, App “La Molina” to know where machines are working during the night
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SpainTavascan
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FranceVal Cenis
1 itineaire L’escapade
http://www.haute-maurienne-vanoise.com/fr/stations/val-cenis
430
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FranceChamrousse2 itinerarieshttps://www.chamrousse.com/510
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FranceCourchevel2 itinerarieshttp://www.courchevel.com/
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FranceAillons Margeriazmany itineraries
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FranceAreches Beaufort3 itineraireshttp://areches-beaufort.com/75514,8
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FranceComblouxMontée sèchePlan des dames 4,5km550
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FranceLa Clusaz2 slopeslaclusaz.communitytouringclub.com
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FranceCombloux2 itineraireshttp://www.combloux.com/fr/784
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FranceLa RosièreHermineEcudets, from 9 to 20h754
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FranceLa Rosièredu Rocfrom Espace San Bernardo to Roc Noir, from 9 to 17h 470
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FranceLa Rosière3 itineraireshttp://larosiere.communitytouringclub.com
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FranceLa Plagne7 itinerarieslaplagne.communitytouringclub.com
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FranceLes Arcs3 itineraireshttp://www.lesarcs.com/430
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FranceAillons-Margeriaz3 itinerarieshttp://www.lesaillons.com/
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FranceVars1 itineraire +http://www.vars.com/hiver/
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FrancePeyragudes2 itineraireshttp://www.n-py.com/fr/peyragudes
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FrancePralogan la Vanoisse2 itineraireshttp://www.pralognan.com/
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FranceVal Thorens1 itinerairehttp://www.valthorens.com/
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FranceAlpe d'Huez2 itineraireshttps://www.alpedhuez.com/
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FranceVallée du Munsterhttp://www.espace-skiderando.com
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FranceAlpes du Grand Serrehttp://www.espace-skiderando.com
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FranceRéallon4 itineraireshttp://www.reallon-ski.com/
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FranceSt Pierre Chartreuse1 itinerairehttp://www.ski-alpin-chartreuse.com/
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FranceTignes1 itinerairehttp://www.tignes.net/
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FranceChamonixLes Houcheshttp://www.chamonix.com/800
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FranceChamonixArgentièrehttp://www.chamonix.com/750
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FranceMeribel2 itineraireshttp://www.meribel.net/
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FranceChamonixLe Tourhttp://www.chamonix.com/800
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FranceSerre Chevalier10 itineraireshttp://www.serre-chevalier.com/hiver/
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FranceVal d'Isere1 itinerairehttp://valdisere.communitytouringclub.com/
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FranceVallée de Villards2 itineraires http://www.saint-colomban.com/
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FranceAx 3 Domaines
http://www.ax-ski.com/fr/la-station/le-domaine/activites-hiver/379-ski-de-randonnee
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FranceGavarnie
http://hiver.gavarnie.com/decouvrez/sports-dhiver/sports-sensations/ski-de-randonnee
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SwissLes Marecottes
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SwissVerbier
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AndorraGran Valira4 routeshttp://www.grandvalira.com/ca/esqui-de-muntanya800
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AndorraVall NordOrdino4 skimo trails on the slopes
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AndorraVall NordPal -Arinsal5 skimo trails on the slopes900
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USA – AlaskaEaglecrest3 routeshttp://www.juneau.org/ecrestftp/Uphilltrafficpolicyfy12.php
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USA – ArizonaSnow bowlhttp://www.arizonasnowbowl.com/resort/hike_ski_access_rulest.php
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USA – CaliforniaDiamond Peak
http://www.diamondpeak.com/uploads/pages/Uphill_Use_Policy_2014_Diamond_Peak.pdf
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USA – CaliforniaHeavenlyno during day
http://www.skiheavenly.com/the-mountain/mountain-safety.aspx#/UphillTravel
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USA – CaliforniaJune Mountain
http://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/inyo/recreation/recarea/?recid=70817&actid=89
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USA – CaliforniaKirkwoodhttp://www.kirkwood.com/mountain/uphill-access-policy.aspx
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USA – CaliforniaMt HighNo official policy, but generally allowed.
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USA – CaliforniaNorthstarhttp://www.northstarcalifornia.com/the-mountain/safety.aspx
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USA – CaliforniaSugar Bowl
http://sugar3.sugarbowl.com/tahoe/178/site/graphics//new/pdfs/SugarBowlUphillUsePolicy2013-14.pdf
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USA – connecticutMohawk Mountainhttp://www.mohawkmtn.com/uphill-policy.html
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USA – IdahoSun Valleyhttps://www.sunvalley.com/things-to-do/mountain-safety/
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USA – MaineCamden Snow Bowl
http://dev.camdensnowbowl.com/sites/default/files/Closed%20Days%20Ski%20Policy%2012.9.09.pdf
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USA – MaineSaddelbackhttp://www.saddlebackmaine.com/saddleback-ski-area-uphill-access
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USA – Maineshawneehttp://www.shawneepeak.com/mountain/uphill-policy/
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USA – MaineSugarloafhttp://sugarloaf.com/the-mountain/uphill-policy
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USA – MaineSunday Riverhttp://www.sundayriver.com/winter/the-mountain/trail-maps
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USA- MassachusettsWachusett
Early-morning ascent routes are skinner’s left of Ralph’s Run and Conifer Connection (as snowmobiles use the other side); uphill traffic must stop once the lifts open for the public (which is often as early as 15 minutes before stated opening times).
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USA – MontanaBridged BowlAllowed before and after operating dates
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USA – MontanaWhite fishhttp://skiwhitefish.com/uphill-policy/
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USA – ColoradoArapahoe Basin
Uphill is permitted during operating hours on the east side of High Noon to the Black Mountain Lodge at mid-mountain. Our operating hours are Mon-Fri 9:00am-4:00pm; weekends & holidays 8:30am-4:00pm. Those wishing to skin or hike to the summit may do so before or after operating hours. Guests using uphill access at any time must follow the guidelines in our Uphill Access Policy. Ski Patrol will decide on the status of uphill access each morning by 6:00am. The status of uphill access can be found on the Runs Open page of ArapahoeBasin.com. Uphill access is subject to closure due to weather or other on-mountain conditions. Please abide by all posted closures and ski area regulationssee very bottom of this web page for details. http://arapahoebasin.com/ABasin/snow-conditions/terrain.aspx
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USA – ColoradoAspenalowed 4 bassins
https://www.aspensnowmass.com/while-you-are-here/see-all-guides/uphilling-guide
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USA – ColoradoBeaver Creek
http://www.beavercreek.com/the-mountain/safety-on-the-slopes.aspx#uphilltravel#Top
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USA – ColoradoBreckenridge
http://www.breckenridge.com/mountain/mountain-safety.aspx#/UphillAccess
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USA – ColoradoCooper
http://www.coppercolorado.com/winter/the_mountain/safety/devices.html
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USA – ColoradoCrested Buttehttp://www.skicb.com/information/safety
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USA – ColoradoKeystone
http://www.keystoneresort.com/ski-and-snowboard/mountain-safety.aspx#/UphillAccess
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USA – ColoradoLovelandhttp://skiloveland.com/the-mountain/uphill-access/
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USA – ColoradoMonarch Mountainhttp://www.skimonarch.com/uphill-travel-policy/
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USA – ColoradoSteamboat
http://www.steamboat.com/the-mountain/safety-and-responsibility/uphill-access.aspx
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USA – ColoradoWinter Parkhttp://www.winterparkresort.com/the-mountain/tips-and-safety.aspx
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USA – ColoradoWolf Mountain
Uphill skiing is allowed on the entire mountain during lift operating hours only
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USA – ColoradoVail
http://www.vail.com/mountain/mountain-safety.aspx#/NonLiftAccessPolicy
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USA – New HampshireBretton Woodshttp://brettonwoods.com/alpine/uphill_policy
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USA – New HampshireCannon Mountainhttp://www.cannonmt.com/uphill-policy.html
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USA – New HampshireCranmore
Allowed during operational hours and requires a $12 daily skinning pass or lift ticket
12$
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USA – New HampshireCrotchedYes, uphill travel is allowed
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USA – New HampshireDartmouthhttp://www.dartmouth.edu/~skiway/docs/skiwayuphillusepolicy.pdf
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USA – New HampshireGunstockhttp://www.gunstock.com/about/policies/
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USA – New HampshireLoonhttp://www.loonmtn.com/trail-use-policy
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USA – New HampshirePats Peakhttp://www.patspeak.com/uphillpolicy.html
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USA – New HampshireRagged MountainOnly allowed during operating hours with a $10 fee.10$
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USA – New HampshireMount Sunapee
http://www.mountsunapee.com/mtsunapeewinter/onthemountain/uphill-travel-policy.asp
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USA – New HampshireWatervillehttp://www.waterville.com/trail-uphill-policy.html
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USA – New HampshireWhaleback Mountainhttp://www.whaleback.com/uphill-skiing-riding-policy/
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USA – New HampshireWildcathttp://www.skiwildcat.com/mountain-stats/10$
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USA – New MexicoSandia Peakno policy, but generally allowed
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USA – New MexicoSanta Fe skino policy, but generally allowed
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USA – New YorkWhitefacehttp://www.whiteface.com/mountain/ski-patrol?horizontal_tab=3
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USA – New YorkWindham Mountain
Up-Hill Travel Ticket: $10 for the day, $25 for a season pass. Up-Hill travel using skis or snowshoes is permitted during daylight hours only, with any current lift or Up-Hill travel ticket or season pass. When traveling up-hill, Travelers must stay to the sides of trails and stay visible from above at all times. Always be aware of the following but not limited to downhill traffic, snowmobiles, grooming tractors, other utility vehicles, winch cat cables, snow guns running and non-running. Trail markings and closures may have been removed by ski patrol for maintenance. It is recommended that Travelers take a cell phone with them and let someone know where they are intending to go. Trails are not patrolled when the mountain is closed. Sledding of any kind is not permitted.
10$ day, 25$ season
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USA – oregonMt Bachelorhttp://www.mtbachelor.com/info/staying-safe/
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USA – oregonMt Hood Meadows
https://www.skihood.com/the-mountain/safety/avalanche-reduction-operations
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USA – oregonTimberline (Mt Hood)
Allowed from above Timberline Lodge on demarcated climber’s route along eastern periphery of ski area boundary
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USA – Pennsylvania7 springshttp://www.7springs.com/ski-and-ride/whats-new-winter/
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USA – UtahAlta
No uphill traffic allowed during operating dates. Allowed pre and post season except when marked by sign at the base.
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USA – UtahBrighton
http://www.brightonresort.com/mountain/ski-patrol/brighton-resort-uphill-travel-plan/
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USA – UtahNordic Valley (Wolf Mountain)Uphill allowed on set runs with uphill pass
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USA – UtahSnow Basinhttps://www.snowbasin.com/the-mountain/mountain-safety/
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