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New for the 2023-2024 season is the Doggy Pass, a fun way to register your furry friend ahead of your visit to MMC-Shames Mountain and be aware of your expected responsibilities as a dog owner.

As MMC-Shames Mountain becomes increasingly popular we are seeing more and more dogs at the mountain. In order to facilitate our furry friends visits we are implementing a Doggy Pass registration for the 2023-2024 season.

Doggy Pass Terms and Conditions

I understand that MMC-Shames Mountain does not allow dogs on the mountain or in the base area [base area is any area beyond the blue arches, including the daylodge, snow school/rental shop, picnic table area and beginner area] at any time during lift operations. Failure to observe MMC-Shames Mountain dog policy, and increased presence of dog poop on the slopes can potentially threaten the future opportunity of up-hilling with your dog at MMC-Shames Mountain.

By agreeing to these terms and conditions upon purchasing my Doggy Pass for the 2023-2024 winter season, I understand:

  • On lift operating days dogs must remain outside of the ski area boundary. Your dog is permitted, on leash, in the parking lots. You can access out-of-bounds backcountry routes either using the starting point at the bottom of the maintenance road (Maisie Backcountry Access) or the “Pollywood” backcountry access route. (See attached map below). 
  • On non-lift-operating days, you must keep your dog on leash until tower 3 of the chairlift.
  • Only friendly dogs allowed, if your dog does not play well with others or acts aggressively, we ask  that you leave your dog at home. All dogs must have recall. 
  • Dogs must be on leash and controlled in the base area and parking lots at all time, leash needs to be kept to a length that prevents the dog from reaching others.
  • I must clean up after my dog.
  • Failure to adhere to these terms and conditions can result in the loss of my skiing/boarding privileges at the discretion of MMC-Shames Mountain as well as the Doggy Pass being revoked.

Cost is $25 and each dog will receive a MMC-Shames Mountain dog tag.