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We have some updates about the 2020 ski season. In the wake of COVID-19, Snowbasin Resort and Powder Mountain may change some of their policies to help observe social distancing and keep exposure paths to a minimum. Here’s how this will affect your vacation:
In an effort to preserve social distancing, Snowbasin Resort might cap its numbers on days when heavy crowds are expected, i.e. weekends, holidays, powder days, etc. As a result, day-pass holders might not be allowed on the slopes during times of heavy operation. That’s why we’re urging anyone who plans on skiing more than 4 days at Snowbasin this winter to purchase either a season pass or a multi-resort epic pass.
Snowbasin has a revised Pass Protection Program that you can learn more about here. If for some reason you’re unable to take advantage of your ski pass, you may be eligible for a refund.
Powder Mountain will continue to cap its ticket sales at 1500 per day. To save your spot in advance, you can purchase a season pass or buy day tickets in a 5-pack to select the dates you’d like to ski. This ensures you won’t be turned away.
Powder Mountain also has updated safety information you can read here.
If you have any questions about your winter vacation, don’t hesitate to contact us. We want you to have a great stay with us this winter.