“Know the Code”
This is the National Ski Areas Association’s code of your personal responsibilities to keep yourself and fellow mountain-goers safe. Please abide by these rules when visiting Marquette Mountain Resort during ski season.
ALWAYS STAY IN CONTROL
Make sure you are able to stop or avoid people or objects when necessary.
PEOPLE AHEAD OF YOU HAVE THE RIGHT OF WAY
It is your responsibility to avoid people ahead of you.
STOP IN A SAFE PLACE FOR YOU AND OTHERS
Do not stop in an area where you will obstruct a trail or not be visible from above.
WHENEVER STARTING DOWNHILL OR MERGING, LOOK UPHILL AND YIELD
Stay aware of your surroundings to prevent accidental collisions.
OBSERVE SIGNS AND WARNINGS
Follow the instructions and stay off of closed trails and out of closed areas.
KNOW HOW TO USE THE LIFTS SAFELY
Make sure you can load, ride, and unload properly.
USE DEVICES TO HELP PREVENT RUNAWAY EQUIPMENT
This is the Mountain Biker’s Responsibility Code to keep yourself and fellow mountain-goers safe. Please abide by these rules when visiting Marquette Mountain Resort during Mountain Bike Season.
Contact Micheal Ryan at email@example.com
The Marquette Mountain Resort Ski Patrol is dedicated to keeping the snow enthusiasts of our community safe!
Cody Revord was an amazing young man who loved snowboarding, skateboarding, biking, and being with friends and family. His smile lit up a room and he was friends with everyone he met. He was a junior at Marquette High School and was attending Marquette-Alger Technical Middle College at NMU. He was 17 years old and excited for his future. February 19, 2015, he passed away from injuries sustained in a snowboarding accident. Cody was usually great about wearing his helmet. He made the decision not wear it on the night of his accident; which very well may have saved his life. The family of Cody Revord asks you to please think of Cody, yourself, your family, and wear your helmet. Not just most of the time, but EVERY time.