Here is a link to our guidelines.
We have ski and snowboard boots down to child 6 and all the way up to men’s 16.
Rental equipment includes ski/snowboard boots, skis/snowboard, and poles (poles not recommended for beginner skiers). Helmet rentals are available for an additional $8. Seven Oaks does not rent or sell coats or snow pants. We do sell goggles, stocking hats, neck warmers, gloves, and hand/toe warmers.
The Tubing Chutes use a specially designed leash and tow hook to pull the tube and rider up to the top of the hill therefore only Seven Oaks tubes are allowed. Seven Oaks also asks that the tubes only be used when riding the Super Chutes and must remain in that area. Personal sleds are [...]
Yes, a lift ticket is your right to use the snow. It’s your “admission” ticket.
Seven Oaks offers multiple discounts and specials. Visit our Winter Specials/Groups page for complete details https://sevenoaksrec.com/group-discounts-specials-winter/
Seven Oaks offers 3 types of lessons. First, a FREE mini lesson; these are a group style lesson offered every 30 minutes to anyone who would like to jump in. They will cover all the basics and get you the information and confidence you need to continue practicing on your own. Second, private lessons; these [...]
Seven Oaks does not recommend skiing over snowboarding. But, keep in mind that generally people learn the sport of skiing faster than snowboarding. It tends to take a little longer to get the feel of the snowboarding movements. Everyone can switch one time to try both skiing and snowboarding.
The Lodge at Seven Oaks offers Mallory’s Café, Bennett’s Brew, and Coal Creek Lounge. We serve a variety of food, snacks, hot drinks and adult beverages. Seven Oaks does allow “brown bagging” but does NOT allow crockpots/ warmers OR outside restaurant food. Click here for more information and hours.
The Lodge at Seven Oaks provides a warm and cozy atmosphere with large windows facing the trails. Perfect for watching skiers and snowboarders while you sip hot chocolate. Spectators are welcome to walk around the base of the hill, but we ask that they stay at the bottom and stay out of the way of [...]