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,

2020-21 Ski Season

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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