Step 1 of 10 10% Please complete all fields below to register for your Pass. Please complete all fields below to register for your Georgian Peaks Park Pass. Once you have successfully completed the program and passed the test, please ensure you print the test results page or note your TEST ID number and come in to Member & Guest Services to sign the release. Remember, your parent/guardian must sign the waiver if you are under 18 years of age.Test IDName* First Last Email* Address* Street Address Address Line 2 City Province AlbertaBritish ColumbiaManitobaNew BrunswickNewfoundland and LabradorNorthwest TerritoriesNova ScotiaNunavutOntarioPrince Edward IslandQuebecSaskatchewanYukon Postal Code Phone*Date of Birth* Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY Member Status*I am a Georgian Peaks Club memberI am a guestPrivacy Statement*All information collected will be used solely for the purpose of the Park Pass program. Please check to certify that you have read and understand above Privacy Statement, and you agree to the use of your information for this purpose. Important! If you are under 18 you need to print the Assumption of Risks and Waiver Agreement, and have a parent or legal guardian read and sign it, and bring it with you to the club when you get your pass.Name of Parent/Guardian:Date of Birth Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY Freestyle Terrain Stop! Read This! Sign The Freestyle Terrain Stop! Read This! sign provides basic information to all users entering and/or using Terrain Park facilities. This sign contains important safety points and liability information. For your own safety and enjoyment and the safety and enjoyment of other Terrain Park users, follow the rules outlined on this sign.Please check to certify that you have read and understand this page.* Yes, I have read and understand this page. Terrain Park Levels Sign The Freestyle Terrain Park sign outlines each level so you will understand the rating of the Park and the features in the Park that you are about to enter and determine if you should even be in the area. The uneducated park user puts themselves and others at risk. Georgian Peaks uses the Terrain Park Rating System. Please take the time to review the symbols and ensure you understand them.Please check to certify that you have read and understand this page.* yes, I have read and understand this page. Inverted Aerial Manoeuvres Not Permitted Please check to certify that you have read and understand this page.* Yes, I have read and understand this page. Alpine Responsibility Code Remember, it is always your responsibility to ride or ski within your limits. Don't end your season early by trying tricks or features that are beyond your ability. The Alpine Responsibility Code outlines the "rules of the road" for the slopes. You are accountable for your actions and violations. Play smart and safe. Failure to follow the rules of the Alpine Responsibility Code and/or the Terrain Park Rules will result in the removal of your Park Pass and Lift Pass.Please check to certify that you have read and understand this page.* Yes, I have read and understand this page. FOUR MAIN POINTS OF SMART STYLE MAKE A PLAN Every time you use Freestyle Terrain, make a plan for each feature you want to use. Your speed, approach and takeoff will directly affect your manoeuvre and landing. LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP Before getting into freestyle terrain, observe all signage and warnings. Scope around the jumps first, not over them. Use your first run as a warm up run and to familiarize yourself with the terrain. Be aware that the features change constantly due to weather, usage, grooming and time of day. Do not jump blindly and use a spotter when necessary. EASY STYLE IT Know your limits and ski/ride within your ability level. Look for small progression parks or features to begin with and work your way up. Freestyle skills require maintaining control on the ground and in the air. Do not attempt any features unless you have sufficient ability and experience to do so safely. RESPECT GETS RESPECT Respect the terrain and others. One person on a feature at a time. Wait your turn and call your start. Always clear the landing area quickly. Respect all signs and stay off closed terrain and features. When using the Freestyle Terrain, you assume the risk of any injury that may occur. The ski area operators liability is excluded by the terms and conditions on your Guest Pass/SeasonPass/Park Pass release of liability. Please check to certify that you have read and understand this page.* Yes, I have read and understand this page. Riding off the side's and corners of a feature takeoff ramp What a majority of people don't realize is that most of the park danger, is not the kids flying in the air over rails & snow features, but the beginners to the park who may unknowingly sit or stand on landing hills, or may misuse feature take off ramps by using them as jumps. Problem #1: in the park is the innocent bystander(s) being caught in the landing area – whether sitting, standing or crossing to the other side of the trail. This is extremely dangerous; many times skiers/riders can't see them until it's too late and are already in the air. Both people can be seriously injured, either by being landed on or by the jumper trying to change maneuvers to avoid hitting the other person. Problem #2: The other park danger is using the ramps, which are meant as a take off ramps for snow features, boxes and rails, as small jumps (and this is difficult for people because they do look like little jumps). There are three potential issues with this: Hitting these transitions inappropriately as a jump usually sends the skier/rider off to the side of the trail (the safe ski zone) where unsuspecting skiers/riders can get hit. It breaks down the hit, putting grooves in the take off, etc., making it dangerous for skiers/riders trying to use the take off ramp properly. The skier/rider misusing the take off ramp runs the risk of injuring themselves by falling into the feature (rail or box, etc.) if something goes wrong with take off, if they fall or catch an edge. Our Freestyle Terrain staff will be revoking freestyle terrain pass privileges to anyone who is not utilizing our freestyle terrain safely, or who may be causing or creating an unsafe environment for others. Remember: Respect gets respect. Respect the terrain and others.Please check to certify that you have read and understand this page.* Yes, I have read and understand this page. Smart Style Video The “Smart Style Video” must be viewed in full prior to doing the test. I have finished watching or have previously watched the video in full.* Yes, I have watched the video and understand this page. Begin Test Minimum Score to PASS the Test is 100%1. The symbol for a terrain park is an orange oval. Where is this symbol usually located?*At the bottom of the parkAt each featureAt the entrance to the parking lotAt all park entrances and features as well as on trail maps, and other safety signs and information.2. All features are marked with a symbol. What do these symbols look like:*An orange oval with S, M, L or XL related to the difficulty of the featureAn orange circle with S, M, L or XL related to the size of the featureAn orange oval with S, M, L or XL related to the size of the featureAn orange circle with S, M, L or XL related to the difficulty of the Park3. Before using the Park, you should...*Check the snow conditions and conditions of the features in the parkCheck the road conditionsAsk the Park Crew for any updates or advice on specific features that you'd like to useBoth A and C4. Smart Style is made up of four steps. The "Look Before You Leap" step means:*Ride the features slowly with just a little airHit the features at top speedGet some coaching from a buddyScope around features first, before going over them5. What is most important to remember about the "Easy Style It" step?*People below you have the right of wayTry to stick most of your landingsStart small and work your way upOvertake slower riders when approaching features6. What is the best way to control your speed when approaching a jump?*Stop on the approach pathSideslip or snowplow down the approach pathDo set-up turns and speed checks on the approachNever slow down, always go straight7. Another Smart Style step is "Respect Gets Respect". Who or what are you respecting?*Other ridersThe terrain and featuresThe rulesAll of the above8. Respecting others includes these important rules:*Stop as often as possible within the park areaAlways call your drop-in and always clear the landing area immediatelyTry not to heckle other riders and wear bright clothing to be more visibleMake sure your edges are dull and only pass other riders on the right side9. What does ATML stand for?*Apples, Tomatoes, Mayo, LettuceApproach, Takeoff, Maneuver, LineAdvanced, Takeoff, Movement, LandingApproach, Takeoff, Maneuver, Landing10. What are the four Smart Style steps?*Easy Styles, Ride Hard, Ride Fast, Enjoy the ParkMake a Plan, Look Before You Leap, Easy Style It, Respect Gets RespectExceed Your Limits, Don't Listen To Park Staff, Go Big, Go FastAdvance, Takeoff, Maneuver, Landing11. When hitting features for the first time you should...*Throw a trick you have never tried before50/50 on a rail or boxStraight air on a jumpBoth B and C12. Which of these is part of the Alpine Responsibility Code?*Always stay in controlPeople in front of you have the right of wayStop in a safe place for you and othersAll of the above13. Who is responsible for making the decision to enter a Terrain Park or use a feature in a Terrain Park?*The Park staffParents or GuardiansYou and only youYour group of friends14. If you ride a closed feature, you will...*Receive a warningLose your lift ticket/passReceive "High Fives" from your buds!Lose just your Park Pass15. Riding off the side's and corners of a feature takeoff ramp...*Creates unsafe ruts and wear on the takeoff rampsIs dangerous and not how a takeoff ramp is designed to be usedIs not permitted in The Georgian Peaks Freestyle Terrain ParksAll of the above This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.