ski resort 
Resort area with the facilities required for skiing and snowboarding; it also lodges skiers and snowboarders.
Ice surface designed for skating.
chair lift departure area
Area for cars to park.
Mechanical lift that consists of a series of inverted T-shaped bars that hold two people; as the T-bar pulls them, their skis or snowboards slide along the ground.
Kiosk that provides information on a ski resort’s facilities, events and services.
Multipurpose building providing a variety of services such as cafeteria, lockers, rental and repair shop and ski school.
Place in which lodging and ski resort services are concentrated.
Business establishment that lodges people for a fee.
Group of lodgings belonging to separate owners who share the building’s maintenance costs.
A tracked vehicle used to prepare trails; it packs fresh snow, evens out bumps and replaces snow on uncovered areas.
gondolas departure area
Business that offers skiing or snowboarding lessons to individuals or groups of all levels.
Small, usually wooden dwelling built on the side of a mountain; it sometimes provides direct access to the ski area.
cross-country ski trail
Trail groomed for cross-country skiing; a sign indicates the level of difficulty by means of a pictogram.