Face coverings are mandatory. This works well, as all that is needed is a warm cozy neck warmer and scarf over your mouth and nose. You will be “styling”!
If you are new to skiing, again book your lesson in advance. Most resorts are operating their ski schools at half capacity.
Overall, enjoy that snow! Nothing healthier than getting outside on that mountain and taking in all the beautiful views!!!
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Of course all resorts are adopting new protocols in order to keep their guests safe!
In order to have a healthy ski experience, you must book ahead as most resorts are limiting their number of guests.
A good idea is to pre purchase your pass to avoid any line-ups. You may want to pack a lunch as many of the restaurants and bars are working at 50 per cent capacity or are take out only.
It may be difficult to find a place to warm up so a suggestion would be to stay on the mountain. Due to the absence of international visitors, the mountain accommodations will be easier to book.
Anticipate longer wait times in the lift line ups. The lift loading limits is different in each public health region. The gondolas will be running at half-capacity.
If you are renting equipment, it is a good idea to book it ahead online. Some resorts are taking appointments to rent your gear.