Vail Releases Information About 2020-21 Operations
All skiers must have reservations and no on-site ticket sales will be offered.
Thursday, August 27, 2020, NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com
Vail Resorts, owner of Attitash, Crotched, Okemo, Mt. Snow, Mt. Sunapee, Stowe, and Wildcat, today announced operational changes for the 2020-21 season.
Epic Passes are still being sold.
Reservations will be required for all guests, including Epic passholders.
Epic passholders will be able to hold up to 7 reservation days at any time.
No on-site ticket sales will be offered.
All of Vail's New England areas (except Crotched) have planned opening dates in November for Epic passholders only.
Day tickets will not be offered until December 8.
Face masks will be required ("If a guest is unable or unwilling to wear a face covering, the guest will not be allowed access").
Related parties can be seated together on lifts.
Unrelated parties can be seated with two empty spaces between them.
On-site dining will be available with distancing.
Full-service bars will be closed.
No cash will be accepted.
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