Dry Ski Slope Rules

Please take the time to familiarize yourself with our terms and conditions which apply for all slope users.

By making a booking with Tallington Lakes you are deemed to accept and adhere to our Terms and Conditions.

Advanced booking for lessons and parties is advisable at all times to avoid disappointment.

We recommend that you arrive 10-15 minutes prior to your slope time in order for you to get changed and get your slope equipment so you are ready before your session starts.

Tallington Lakes reserves the right to refuse admission to a lesson if you are late. No refund or transfer allowed.

Adverse weather: All lessons will run whatever the weather, hence refunds or changes in the bookings cannot be allowed.

Junior rates apply to those 16 years of age and under.  Tallington Lakes reserves the right to require proof of age.

An adult must stay on the premises if children 16 and under are taking part in an activity.

All rates include the cost of all equipment hire but not clothing or gloves.

All slope users must wear long sleeved tops, long trousers and gloves.

High waisted tops and low rise trousers are not suitable attire.

Cancellation or alteration of bookings must be provided with a minimum of 48 hours notice to allow transfer, or credit note. No refunds given.

Group, corporate and school bookings require 5 days, in writing.

A minimum standard applies to all recreational users-control your speed, link your turns and use the button lift.

If these are not met you will be asked to leave the slopes with no refund.

In the absence of negligence or fraudulent misrepresentation, neither Tallington Lakes  nor its employees shall be responsible for the death, personal injury or illness of any visitor whilst on Tallington Lakes premises.

Neither Tallington Lakes nor its employees or agents shall be responsible for any loss, theft or damage to valuables or any personal property that belongs to any visitor whilst on Tallington premises.

Slope Policies.

Please read the following:

Minimum Standard For Recreational Slope Use – Speed control – Linked turns – ability to use the button lift. If you cannot meet the minimum standard for (untutored) recreational slope use (Minimum Recreational Standard) you must have lessons prior to using the slope.

Only Tallington Lakes staff are allowed to instruct on the slope.

Novices must book in on a course.

Tallington Lakes reserves the right to ask you to leave the slope if you are deemed unable to meet the Minimum Recreational Standard or if we feel you are intoxicated by drink or drugs. In such cases no refund will be given.

All snowboarders and skiers under the age of 16 will be required to wear helmets. These are provided for slope use free of charge.

If you have an existing medical condition which you think may affect your safety on the slope and/or your ability to meet the Minimum Recreational Standard, please seek proper medical advice before visiting Tallington Lakes.

During busy periods, queuing for the button lift may occur, please be aware that customers on lessons may be given priority on the lift at these times.

Tallington Lakes reserves the right to change the slope policies from time to time. Please read and observe the policies displayed before you go on the slope as they may have changed since you last saw them.

Code of conduct.

  1. Respect all other slope users.
  2. Control your speed.
  3. Always give way to skiers/riders below and choose a route past so as not to endanger or startle them.
  4. Leave plenty of space when overtaking.
  5. Look up and down the slope before starting or entering the slope.
  6. Always stop in a clearly visible place (preferably to one side).
  7. When climbing up or down the slope please keep to one side.
  8. Respect all signage.
  9. In the event of an accident everybody is duty bound to assist and witnesses must provide relevant information about any accident.
  10. Tallington Lakes reserves the right to ask you to leave the slope if you are deemed by a Tallington Lakes employee not to be abiding by the Slope Code of Conduct. In such cases no refund will be given.