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10 Ways to Be Snow Ready
Snow season is November – February
- Pack layers and waterproof jackets, boots, etc. Don’t forget multiple pairs of warm socks and your favorite slippers.
- You must carry chains in your vehicle (if snow’s in the forecast) during your drive up and down the mountain – it’s the law. You may have to show your chains in your vehicle or be turned around.
- Add an additional one to two hours to your drive time. Expect stuck vehicles, slower speed limits and being stopped to verify you have chains. Drive carefully!
- Arrive during daylight hours. We highly recommend that you arrive while the sun is out – it’s warmer, you’ll have better visibility, and less ice.
- If you’ve never driven in snow, here’s a how-to video.
- For your arrival, we’ll clear snow from your driveway and create some walkways, and then we’ll leave it up to you! Shoveling is great exercise!
- Please back your car into the driveway, point the front of your car towards the road. Park the front wheels of your vehicle closest to the road – NOT closest to the cabin! (Why? If it snows, there’s less shoveling for your exit! Believe us, you’ll be glad you did.)
- If you’d like to order snow removal services for your departure, let us know a day before and we’ll connect you with a local snow removal expert. The cost to have snow moved typically costs between $50-$100, and is cash only. We will do our best to help accommodate you, but please let us know in advance.
- We provide snow shovels for you. And we provide buckets of sidewalk salt near each door.
- We have sleds for you to borrow, but we don’t provide helmets. Use our sleds at your own risk!
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Maya’s been caring for Rockwood Cabins since 2019. She leads a team of four cabin keepers and a property engineer. She’s happy to help make your stay the best it can be. Please reach out to her if you need anything.
Keep a look out for Rocky, our mascot and neighborhood bear. He sometimes visits at night. However, once he visited at 4:30PM and knocked over our trash cans looking for food. Do not approach him, bother him, or feed him. Rocky is an important member of our widlife community. We <3 Rocky!