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  • Kuller Loop Trail: Please stay to the left, off the set ski tracks.
  • Ragged Mountain Preserve Trail: also open to snowshoeing
  • Hosmer Brook Trail: a 1.5 mile “lollipop” loop accessed from the Triple Chair base. Go up the left side of the old alpine trail, and then into the woods, following Hosmer Brook.
  • Snowshoers need a valid season pass or day ticket to use the Alpine area trails.
  • During normal Snow Bowl operating hours the Rental Shop has snowshoes for rent. 
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Pets:
  • From December 1st through March 31st, all pets must be on leash at the Camden Snow Bowl
  • Pets are not allowed on any Alpine or Nordic skiing terrain, regardless of whether there is snow on the ground or whether the Snow Bowl is open to the public.
  • Pets are only allowed (on a leash): while hiking or snowshoeing on the Hosmer Brook Trail, in the toboggan chute area, on the fields around the base area, on Hosmer Pond, and in the parking lots.

 

Camden Snow Bowl Uphill Travel Policy

 

We want to accommodate as many different user groups as possible. We also need to manage the hazards related to uphill travel and be fair to all our users and mountain operations staff.

 

Uphill travel on CSB trails is allowed during regular hours of operation only with a visible, valid day ticket or season pass.

 

During non-operating hours, uphill and downhill travel is allowed, free of charge, but not recommended. Mountain operations may be taking place at any time. This includes grooming, snowmaking, construction activities, transportation of materials and personnel and other activities.

 

During non-operating hours:

  • Do not approach grooming, snowmaking, or construction operations or machinery
  • Do not travel on trails where there is grooming activity
  • Do not travel on closed trails
  • Do not bring your dog. Pets are not allowed on ski trails in ski season
  • Do not expect to be rescued if you get into trouble.

 

We recommend that you:

  • Wear a headlamp and reflective clothing after and before daylight hours

 

Be aware of, and avoid, mountain hazards:

  • Snowmaking hoses are under high pressure. Don’t ski over hoses!
o Snowmaking hydrants and snow guns are under high pressure. Don’t approach
o Snowmobiles – Stay visible and don’t get hit!
o Snow Cats – Stay visible. ASSUME THEY CANNOT SEE YOU!
  • Other hazard areas, operations and conditions exist on the mountain. There have been and are ongoing construction projects on the mountain in many places. Many trails have newly graded surfaces with roots, rocks and other debris on the surface. In other areas there are newly excavated holes.

 

DON’T SKI OR RIDE ALONE