Why are there so many Signs at Dagmar?admin
One series of signs that are posted at each lift and throughout the resort is the very important
"Alpine Responsibility Code" & "Exclusion of Liability - Assumption of Risk"
As a guest of Dagmar, please take the time as it is YOUR RESPONSIBITY to read and understand the posted signage and share the information with your family and friends.
What happens if my equipment is stolen?admin
Dagmar Resort is not responsible for lost or stolen equipment, or damages to personal property. Please bring a lock with you and lock up your equipment every time you come into the resort. Note: Locks are also available for purchase at our Gift Shop. Tip: Take good clear photos of your Skis/ Boards from the front and the back and be sure to do a close-up of the serial number on your items. This will help with identification for the police in case your equipment is taken.
Are dogs allowed on Dagmar’s Property?admin
Unfortunately, there are no dogs allowed on the property. Your furry friends must stay at home. It is for the safety of the skiers and your pets.
* Service Dogs are allowed in the resort and must be leashed at all times. However, they are not allowed on hill.
Can I be on the snow with my children?Dagmar Administrator
No, walking on the snow is STRICTLY PROHIBITED. You must purchase a valid ticket or pass. A special Standing ticket is available for the Magic Carpet area only. Not for use on the magic carpet but standing at the base of the carpet. You must not be running up and down along the side of the carpet, standing at the base is the only option. The snow is for skiers and snowboarders, not for walking about as this poses a danger to yourself and others. If the protocol is not followed you will be asked to leave.
Can you walk around the hill?Dagmar Administrator
Walking on the hill is STRICTLY PROHIBITED. You must have a valid area ticket and proper ski attire to be on the hill.
It is for the safety of you and the skiers and snowboarders on the hill that we ask you to stay off the hill. The hill is for skiers and snowboarders, not for walking about. If the protocol is not followed you will be asked to leave.