Yes, Slopes Will Be Open This Season—but Skiing During COVID Will Look a Bit Different
Skiing and riding take place outdoors, a healthy experience across mountains, offering fresh air and wide-open spaces. However, to help protect our guests, our employees and our communities amid this pandemic, some changes will be required this season.
This year, our commitment to safety takes on more importance than ever.
Face coverings will be required to access the mountain, in all indoor spaces, in any line,
in chairlifts and gondolas, and whenever you are unable to maintain physical distance.
Every guest receives a bandana (MNS mouth and nose protection) when purchasing a ticket at the lift ticket office.
All activities and meeting points take place outdoors.
At Ski School Facilities:
Guests must wear face coverings when entering the office.
Hand sanitizer will be provided and visible at the entrance.
Maintain 5 feet (1,5 meter) of physical distance from non-household members.
A maximum of 3 in a family or related parties (guests skiing together) are allowed inside.
Increased cleaning frequency of high-touch areas, thoroughly cleaning and sanitation of entire facility.
For the best experience, book and pay online in advance. For your safety, cashless transactions will be preferred.
All of our employees will be required to undergo testing for Covid 19 before they arrive at work, given their interaction with guests and other employees. Additional testing is planned while season is in progress.
Instructors will be briefed thoroughly for your and our well being and safety. This is our greatest responsibility and priority.
Guests and employees will be strongly required to wear face coverings for portions of tuition that require close interactions, e.g. assisting guests getting up when fallen or providing first aid.
On the Slopes:
Face coverings are mandatory when classifying for groups and accessing lifts or gondolas.
Time-shifted beginning of courses to minimize peaks and allow physical distancing at meeting points.
Group settings will be managed as small as possible.
We will widely stagger starting intervals to maintain physical distancing at our Kid’s race on Thursdays.
Race award ceremonies will be held within the groups outdoors only following end of course.
Any individual exhibiting illness symptoms even if previously screened, do not show up at any facilities or courses!
We will not be offering lunch for kids groups this winter season. We are focused primarily on our on-mountain operations and skiing programs.
Lunch break schedules will be coordinated to enable families getting seats at the restaurants on their own. Look for outdoor seating as much as possible.
Reserve Your Days:
Reservations are open. Save your guaranteed spot booking online.
No walk-up to the office required.
Availability is subject to change. Free capacities will be allocated on-site.
Any Ski & Ride School Product that is cancelled prior to 48 hours of the lesson start time will be issued a full refund.
For any Ski & Ride School Product that is cancelled prior to 24 hours of the lesson start time, the cancellation fee is 50% of the cost of the first day (group lessons) and 50% of the cost of the first unit (private lessons). Difference remaining will be fully refunded.
For any Ski & Ride School Products containing multiple lesson days, that are cancelled within 24 hours of the lesson start time, the cancellation fee is 100% of the cost of the first day (group lessons) and 100% of the cost of the first unit (private lessons). All other days in a multiple lesson Ski & Ride School Product will be fully refunded.
Success for this season can only happen with close collaboration and partnership in any possible way. Take care by all means.