COVID-19 - WINTER 20/21

COVID-19 Resort Info

The Summit is making changes to resort operations to protect the health and safety of our guests, team members, and community during the COVID-19 pandemic. We will remain flexible and continue to adopt best practices from within our industry and follow CDC and state guidelines. As plans are developed or changed we'll continue to update this section of the site with the latest information.

Ski/Ride Responsibly

At The Summit at Snoqualmie, the health and safety of our guests, Team Members, and community is our highest priority.

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    Practice Social Distancing
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    Wear a Face Mask
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Summit-Wide Policies & Protocols

The Summit is utilizing industry best practices, state guidelines, and CDC guidelines to add COVID-19 safety measures throughout the resort.

  • Face coverings will be required for all guests and team members indoors, in lift lines, on chairs, and any outdoor spaces where physical distancing cannot be maintained.
  • Social distancing measures will be in place in all parts of our business.
  • All indoor spaces will be adjusted to increase physical distancing between individuals and parties. Indoor capacity will be limited.
  • All team members will undergo health screenings prior to every shift.
  • Sneeze guards will be placed at point-of-sale locations.
  • Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the resort.
  • Anyone experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, such as a fever or cough, are asked not to visit the resort. 
  • Cashless transactions only.
  • More frequent sanitization & cleaning.
  • COVID-19 signage to increase awareness.
  • Portable toilets in multiple locations across the resort for added options & convenience.

Lift Loading & Lines

Lift lines and loading will be different this year to support physical distancing measures. As with all resort protocols, the following is subject to change.

  • General rule of thumb – If you arrive together, ride together!
  • Face coverings are required while in line and while on the chair.
  • Lift loading rules for singles on each chair type are currently being finalized in coordination with the state.