Utah Ski Resorts Take Precautionary Measures, Plan November Reopening

The Utah ski season is just around the corner. The team at Snelgrove Travel and UtahState.com in Layton Utah is excited once again to welcome to Utah to enjoy “The Greatest Snow on Earth”. In this COVID-19 environment, lodging facilities in Park City as well as in Salt Lake City and at Snowbird ski resort  are undertaking enhanced cleaning protocols in our hotel rooms and condos.  At Solitude Mountain Ski Resort in Big Cottonwood Canyon, Utah  they are reporting that “all rental equipment will be completely sanitized after each use and we’ll be rearranging different points of sale, adding the ability to order food and services ahead of time and adding restroom facilities to keep lines from forming.”

Snowbird 2019 staff photo

Restaurants at major Utah ski resorts will have more “grab-and-go” options and expanded outdoor seating to help guests maintain physical distancing and comply with local Salt Lake County health regulations. There is no questions that last season, Utah ski resorts were thrown a big surprise with having to close the ski season early due to the pandemic.

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For all the latest details on the upcoming 2020 / 2021 Utah ski season and deals on ski packages as well as discount lift tickets contact the ski desk at UtahState.com in Layton Utah 800-754-4136 or by email [email protected]

Most major Utah ski resorts are planning a Nov. 20 opening, weather permitting.

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