Alaska Statutes.
Title 5. Amusements and Sports
Chapter 45. Ski Liability, Safety, and Responsibility
Section 30. Duties of Passengers.
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AS 05.45.030. Duties of Passengers.

(a) A passenger may not board a tramway if the passenger does not have

(1) sufficient physical dexterity or ability and knowledge to negotiate or use the facility safely; or

(2) the assistance of a person authorized by the ski area operator to assist a skier.

(b) A passenger may not

(1) embark upon or disembark from a tramway except at a designated area unless reasonably necessary to prevent injury to the passenger or others; this paragraph does not apply if the tramway stops and the operator assists the passengers to disembark from the tramway;

(2) intentionally throw or expel an object from a tramway while riding on the tramway, except as permitted by the operator;

(3) act while riding on a tramway in a manner that may interfere with proper or safe operation of the tramway;

(4) engage in conduct that may contribute to or cause injury to a person;

(5) intentionally place in an uphill track of a J-bar, T-bar, platter pull, rope tow, or another surface lift an object that could cause another skier to fall;

(6) embark upon a tramway marked as closed;

(7) disobey instructions posted in accordance with this chapter or oral instructions by the ski area operator regarding the proper or safe use of a tramway unless the oral instructions are contrary to this chapter or contrary to posted instructions.

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