Out Front – This year, our unrivaled commitment to safety takes on more importance than ever amid COVID-19. We are fortunate that skiing and riding takes place outdoors, across huge mountains, offering fresh air and wide-open spaces. However, to help protect our guests, employees and communities, some changes are necessary.
Goals – Our focus is: the safety of our guests, employees and communities, having a successful season start to finish, and prioritizing our pass holders.
Reservation System – While we think for the vast majority of days, we’ll be able to safely accommodate the majority of guests who want to ski or ride at our resort – we’re planning for all contingencies (powder days, holidays, limited terrain because of weather, etc.). We want our pass holders to have peace of mind knowing that we’re doing all we can to give them space – and a safe and enjoyable experience. That is why we’re requiring pass holders to make a reservation before they arrive at our mountains – but, pass holders will get the best access.
Face coverings – Face coverings will be required in every part of our operation, including while loading and riding on chairlifts and in gondolas, inside all buildings, and during all ski and snowboard lessons. No one will be permitted on the mountain without a face covering.
Chairlifts – We will be seating related parties together, or with space between unrelated parties on our larger lifts.