LMSC Alert:   Military Family Fun Day is today March 28th from 10am-3pm! x

First Time Guests

At the Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre, we would like everyone's first visit to be a memorable experience that makes you want to come back again and again. We strive our hardest to give you the best encounter possible. If you're coming to ski, snowboard, tube, or just sight-see, we look forward to the opportunity to serve you and to show you a little bit about Liberty Mountain. Be sure to stop by the Ticketing Office where we will give you a warm welcome and any other information you might need! 

First Visit: What You Need To Know

Guests under 18 must have a parent/guardian sign the release form.

If you are 18 and older, please bring a government-issued ID; if you're a Liberty University student, your Liberty ID is required as well.

All first-time visitors who are skiing or snowbaording are required to report to the beginner slope immediately after check-in regardless of skill level. Due to the physical differences between Snowflex and actual snow, even the most skilled riders must adapt to the surface before proceeding to the intermediate/advanced slope.

Only expert skiers and snowboarders are allowed to use the slope’s freestyle features. Helmets are required when using our freestyle features.

Certified staff members are on hand to provide lessons if desired.

When skiing or snowboarding, proper attire is mandatory and includes long-sleeve shirts, pants, and gloves. Windbreaker material is recommended. During the warmer months, you may wear a short sleeve t-shirt and shorts if you have elbow and knee pads on as well while riding. There are no attire requirements for tubing, but closed-toed shoes are recommended.

Expect clothing to become damp due to the slope’s misting system.

All tubers using the new tubing park are required to be at least 36 inches or 5 years of age. If your child does not meet the height/age requirement, there is a smaller tubing run on our beginner hill for them to enjoy. (It is recommended that children be 2 years old to use the beginner hill, but it is up to parental discretion.)