Skiing & Boarding on Neveplast

Buck Hill is proud to announce the opening of an artificial slope that will entertain the ski and snowboard enthusiast; extending the fun and enjoyment as well as the time to ski.

The dry slope is an innovative surface produced by the Italian company Neveplast.  Thanks to an extraordinary design work, Neveplast has created a synthetic surface with a similar gliding surface as snow.  Neveplast revolutionized the dry slope sector with a synthetic mat that simulates real snow conditions.  Novices can easily snow plow, enthusiasts can practice their favorite discipline at any time of day, and competitive athletes can train like they do on snow.

Our Season will begin on September 13th on Thursday and Friday evenings, and the weekend afternoons taking you right into the Snow Season!  We will hold camps during June and will take special event requests all Summer long!

TICKET & RENTAL RATES

Lift Ticket Rates

Weekday Evening: $14

Weekend: $22

Rental Rates

Ski Rental Package (Skis, Boots & Poles): $29

Skis Only: $21

Snowboarding Package: $29

Snowboard Only: $21

Helmet: $10

Neveplast FAQs & Important Information

If you are planning to ride on our new Neveplast surface, we would like to share with you a few suggestions/insights regarding the surface.

There is the potential your skis or snowboard may be damaged while riding the artificial surface. Buck Hill will not be responsible for the repair or replacement of your equipment due to any damage that may occur from riding or skiing on the Neveplast artificial surface.

• Extruded bases are not recommended and may result in a severely damaged base if used
• A “Sintered” based board is suggested
• “Hot Lapping” the run/tow rope is not advised – give your ski/board a chance to cool down between runs (beginning and end of the run)
• Long pants (jeans) are recommended – not shorts
• Leather gloves for the rope tow are recommended
• Always wear a helmet

What do you wear?

We recommend wearing long pants and a long sleeve shirt, light weight gloves and helmet.

Will skiing or snowboarding on Neveplast damage my equipment?

There is the potential your skis or snowboard may be damaged while riding the artificial surface. Buck Hill will not be responsible for the repair or replacement of your equipment due to any damage that may occur from riding or skiing on the Neveplast artificial surface.

Should I wax or tune my skis or snowboard?

Skiers and snowboards will want their equipment sharpened just as they would for winter.  However, any winter wax should be scraped from the bottom of the equipment.  The Neveplast is a silicon based product and will provide any lubrication needed.

What is like to fall on Neveplast?

Just like skiing or snowboarding it depends on the fall. Wearing gloves, long pants and sleeves will help mitigate any abrasions that may occur.  We recommend to always ski or snowboard with in your ability and to follow the seven points of Your Responsibility Code.

Have questions about Neveplast or our ticket and rental rates? Call us at (952) 435-7174 or email us.