With the cold winter months ahead, many skiers are anxious to get back on the mountains while visiting Park City, Utah. In dealing with COVID-19 over the previous year, it’s clear that many public attractions, such as ski resorts, have either had to close or adjust their operations in significant ways. Fortunately, ski season will still be taking place in Park City! However, in the interest of health and safety and precautions against COVID-19, procedures at ski resorts will look different this season. Here are some of the things you can expect to see this winter on the mountain.
For one, face coverings will be required for access to ski resort mountains. To maintain lower capacities and social distance measures, Park City Mountain Resort is giving priority to seasonal pass holders - so be sure to plan ahead before a day on the slopes. Physical distancing precautions can also be expected on the ski lifts and gondola rides, with proper spacing between separate parties going up the mountain.
Despite the new steps ski destinations around town are taking to ensure visitors’ safety, the joy of skiing through the snow remains the same. To learn more about ski resort operations at nearby resorts, visit the websites for Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley Resort before your trip, and make plans today for an anticipated return to the powdery trails of Park City!