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Lift tickets and Tube Park tickets will be available online only. The Tube Park will be capped at 50 users per each two-hour session. There will be a limited number of lift tickets sold each day as well. We are ironing out the details for this, so please bear with us.
It’s important to note these regulations can, and will, change. We will update our website and Facebook page with any changes made.We’re asking our visitors to become our partners in safety. The health and safety of our staff and our guests is our utmost priority.As always, it is up to you to follow Public Health Orders. Let’s work together to make sure everyone has a happy, fun, and safe ski season.
Yes! Our rental shop will be open. However, it is important to note, we will no longer have goggles or helmets available to borrow. You will have to bring your own helmet for skiing, snowboarding, and use at the Tube Park. The rental equipment will be sanitized by staff between each use.
NEW - You will have to book your rental equipment online, using the same service you use to buy your lift tickets.
There will be 11 tables set up in the main area, where groups of four (non-related) or groups of six (families) can enjoy their meals. The lounge area will have three tables with a similar set up. There will be no couches or comfy chairs this year.
If dining inside, your food will be delivered to your table. There will be no cashiers or pass through and grab service this year.PLEASE NOTE - The tables inside the chalet will be for table service only. If you bring your lunch, you will have to eat in your car or outside.
Things will be a little different. We will all have to work together to follow the Public Health Orders from the Chief Medical Officer of Health including social distancing. We’re asking that you plan your trip to the hill by purchasing lift tickets online and reserving your lesson times in advance. The Tube Park will have a capacity of 50 tubers per two-hour session to allow for the sanitizing of the tubes. It’s important to note these regulations can, and will, change. We will update our website and Facebook page with any changes made.
We’re asking our visitors to become our partners in safety. The health and safety of our staff and our guests is our utmost priority.As always, it is up to you to follow Public Health Orders. Let’s work together to make sure everyone has a happy, fun, and safe ski season.
We will have cleaners constantly cleaning high-touch surfaces in the chalet. All rental equipment will be sanitized. Hand sanitizer will be provided for our guests. Washroom capacity will be limited to two in the men’s room and three in the women’s room to help maintain distance. Porta potties will also be set up outside, and we are currently looking into some outside, heated washroom facilities.
The entire chalet will be completely sanitized every 24 hours.
All staff will be wearing face masks and other protective equipment when required.
If you are skiing alone, you will ride alone. If you rode with a cohort to the hill, you can ride the chairlift together. If you are with your family, you will be able to share. There will be marks indicating spacing between you and the passengers in front of you and behind you. Safe to say, if you can touch them with your ski pole and arm extended, you’re too close. All visitors will be encouraged to wear a face covering – whether that be a ski mask, scarf, or however else you want to keep your face warm.
We’ve always had a spacing requirement for our magic carpet lifts, so we’ll ask you to continue to follow those spacing recommendations, unless you’re a parent assisting their child.
Absolutely! But, as you can imagine, this will also be a very different experience. All lessons must be booked online, as there will only be one person at the registration desk inside the chalet. Group lessons will be restricted to family units this year. Lessons will be done one-on-one with a qualified instructor. Participants in lessons will be required to fill out a COVID-19 questionnaire. You will also have to wear a face covering. No contact between the instructor and participant will be encouraged, but cannot be guaranteed. Parents/guardians will assist their child to fit ski equipment, as well as assist the child during the lesson if it is safe to do so.
Yes, you can. You must sanitize your equipment before handing it over to our techs. They will not be handling helmets or boots.
Yes. Face masks/coverings will be mandatory in the chalet and while getting on the chairlift.
Almost anything that covers your mouth and nose, including scarves, balaclavas, neck warmers, buffs, etc.
If you feel more comfortable riding as a single, you will be welcome to use one chair per person. If you ride to the hill together, you can ride the chairlift together. Cohort members and families can also ride together.
Opening day is tentatively scheduled for December 12, 2020. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for updates.
No. There will be no locker/cubby access this year.
No. We still plan on being open Wednesday to Sunday, with night skiing on Saturdays (5 to 8 p.m.).