Pandemic Plans Include Limited Capacity On The Slopes And In Bars & Restaurants
In this era of everything being different, ski resorts are no different than any other place.
Ski Resorts all over the USA are laying out guidelines for the upcoming ski and snowboard season. Here is a complete rundown of the rules and regulations at Mammoth Mountain, the extremely popular California ski resort.
What Skiers And Snowboarders Need To Know
- Masks are required indoors, in lift lines and on lifts, in gondolas, shuttles, and when social distancing with others.
- Masks must be work before entering facilities, while standing in lift lines, or other areas where masks are required.
- People must stand six feet apart even in lift lines and riding the lifts are likely limited to those in a group, thus eliminating the “singles” lines.
- Perforated, ventilated, and thin, single-layer neck gaiter style face coverings will not be allowed. People with that kind of mask are required to wear additional or alternative masks.
- There will be limited seating capacity at bars and restaurants. This could have a big impact on ski apres as well as Mammoth’s nightlife.
Lift Ticket Policies
- Cancellation policies have been adjusted; check them before you buy a lift ticket.
- Season pass holders have priority access.
- Lift tickets are by advance purchase only.
- Walk-up sales of lift tickets will not be available
What Mammoth Is Doing For COVID-19 Prevention
- Hand washing and sanitizing stations are located throughout the resort.
- Mammoth will continually disinfect high-touch points (railings, bathrooms, door handles, tables, chairs, etc.) and high-trafficked areas (gondolas, ticket windows, elevators, doors, guest rooms, etc.).
Here is the link to the ski resort’s website: www.mammothmountain.com