General Operations Info
The Summit aims to provide the safest and most enjoyable experience possible for our staff and guests this winter. In order to do that, many parts of our business will change accordingly and there will be new expectations of skiers and snowboarders.
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 as well.
Lift ticket sales will be limited and daily visitation will be reduced, primarily on peak days - weekends and holidays from late December to early March. If you have a flexible schedule, consider making a weekday your regular day for skiing or riding. Less people, more laps and far more enjoyment.
We do not plan to limit access for passholders or implement a reservation system at this time. However, several crowd reduction tactics are being explored should the need arise for greater restriction on peak days.
Looking at the calendar, our goal is to stick as close as possible to our typical operating schedule this winter and currently do not expect any substantial changes. However, we must be real and acknowledge that challenges could arise that force a change in schedule at times. We'll also continue to assess and consider the need for changes to better accommodate demand when possible.
At The Summit we always prioritize our most loyal guests as we make plans - our passholders and multi-week lesson guests. That principle will continue to guide our decision making as we finalize plans for this unique season.