WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

We are fortunate that the core of the ski and ride experience takes place outdoors in vast mountain settings. However, as we welcome guests from around the world to the indoor experience at our resorts, we feel it’s important to do our part to combat the spread of COVID-19. This season, our COVID-19 safety protocols are focused on indoor spaces.

All of our policies are subject to change based on the evolving nature of the pandemic as well as federal, state, and local public health guidelines.

Please stay home if you are sick or experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.

To learn more about our safety protocols, please read on.

Mountain Access

We will not have a mountain reservation system this season and will load lifts and gondolas at normal capacity, optimizing
guest movement around our resorts.

Face Coverings

Face coverings will be required in indoor settings, including in our restaurants, lodging properties, restrooms, and retail and
rental locations, and on buses. Face coverings will not be required outdoors, in lift lines, or on chairlifts or gondolas, unless
required by local public health authorities.

Dining Reservations

Like last season, guests will be required to book a reservation to eat at many of our on-mountain restaurants using our
Time to Dine reservation service. However, based on current regulations, we are expecting significantly more seating
and dining capacity than last season, and we intend to open reservations one day prior, versus the day-of last season.

Dining Vaccinations

Guests ages 12 and over will be required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccinations to dine at our
indoor, on-mountain quick-service (cafeteria-style) restaurants.

This requirement includes those guests
12 and over in our ski and ride school programs that include lunch. More details on the verification process will
be released ahead of the season. Consistent with many other large-scale indoor activities and venues, we
believe the vaccine requirement is important for the protection of our guests and our employees, given the
number of people using these facilities and the fact that guests will not be wearing face coverings while eating
and drinking. This is currently the only part of our experience that will require proof of vaccination, unless required
by local public health.

Cashless Transactions

 

s using our
Time to Dine reservation service. However, based on current regulations, we are expecting significantly more seating
and dining capacity than last season, and we intend to open reservations one day prior, versus the day-of last season.

Dining Vaccinations

Guests ages 12 and over will be required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccinations to dine at our
indoor, on-mountain quick-service (cafeteria-style) restaurants.

This requirement includes those guests
12 and over in our ski and ride school programs that include lunch. More details on the verification process will
be released ahead of the season. Consistent with many other large-scale indoor activities and venues, we
believe the vaccine requirement is important for the protection of our guests and our employees, given the
number of people using these facilities and the fact that guests will not be wearing face coverings while eating
and drinking. This is currently the only part of our experience that will require proof of vaccination, unless required
by local public health.

Cashless Transactions

For guest and employee safety, all transactions will be cashless unless otherwise required by local law. This includes at our
hotels, restaurants, ski and ride school, and all other points of sale. For the best experience, book and pay online in advance.