Last Updated: December 7, 2020
|Updated:||March 4, 2021|
Wolf Ridge Ski Resort is committed to the safety, health and well-being of our employees and guests. We will follow guidelines set forth by the CDC, state and local health departments in an effort to keep all safe as possible while still enjoying our winter sport. Please note our preventative measures and procedures may change as new guidelines become available. When changes occur, we will update our plans, signage and website with new information.
While Wolf Ridge Ski Resort is taking reasonable measures to avoid contact, transmittal and exposure of the virus between people, guests should understand that exposure to COVID-19 (including, but not limited to naturally occurring disease processes) is an inherent risk in any public location where people are present. Guests share in the responsibility to take appropriate actions to safeguard themselves and their children. Guests are asked to stay home if they are sick or experiencing symptoms of COVID-19. It is every guests responsibility to read and comply with all instructions and signage posted at the resort and on the resort’s website.
We ask each guest to become part of our Wolf PACK in an effort to collectively keep our mountain safe. We appreciate your support in advance!
Ski Well, Be Well
Wolf Ridge Ski Resort will implement the following
We have implemented enhanced cleaning and disinfecting protocols throughout the resort. Hand washing and hand sanitizing stations can be found throughout the resort and guests and employees are encouraged to wash their hands or use hand sanitizer frequently. All rental equipment will be sanitized before being put in service for guest usage and after each use.
Our 15 slopes provide areas of outdoor recreation conducive to social distancing. Physical distancing of 6 feet should be observed by employees and guests at all times both indoors and outdoors. Mass gatherings of people outdoors is limited to groups of 50 people therefore we ask that you avoid gathering together on the mountain in groups larger than 50 people. Guests will not be paired up or asked to ride the chairlift with others. Guests can request to ride the chairlift alone or self group depending on guest preference. If you arrive together, ride together. Guests may ask to ride together for safety reasons including but not limited to riding with a child.
|EMPLOYEE PROTOCOLS AND TRAINING
Employees will receive daily wellness checks to ensure they are healthy and symptom free. Employees who are not well will be required to stay home. Employees will be required to follow Wolf Ridge’s safety protocols and procedures, including but not limited to the use of face coverings.
Face coverings are required in all indoor spaces, while waiting in line, loading/unloading and riding on all resort lifts and during lessons. Exceptions to this would apply when a guest is seated while eating or drinking. Guests are strongly encouraged to bring their own face coverings, Wolf Ridge may have them available upon request; subject to availability.