Due to the nature of the experience, Guests with service animals should check with a Cast Member at the attraction for boarding information.
Big kids and preteens can challenge themselves or chill out in this activity-driven play area.
As part of our continuing efforts to exceed the expectations of our Guests, Ski Patrol Training Camp is currently closed for enhancements. Please check back here for the latest updates and information about when it will reopen.
Hone Your Skills, Own Your Thrills
Tricky obstacles and intermediate slides offer action and adventure that’s just right for tweens—cool!
Some of the frosty fun includes
Thin Ice Training Course – Test your balance by walking across tricky ice flows with an overhead cargo net for support.
Fahrenheit Drops – Drop in on the “T-Bar,” a zip line that ends with a splash in 8.5-foot-deep water (for Guests 5 feet tall and under).
Frozen Pipe Springs – Thaw your pipes on this enclosed body slide that empties into the bay alongside Fahrenheit Drops.
Cool Runners – Coast on an inner tube down curvy twin slides flanked by melting snow mounds.
Snow Falls – And so do you, like a graceful snowflake! Make a splash on this straight-downhill body slide.
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