Town & County
Deer Valley Resort’s Pandemic Plans
PARK CITY, Utah. — The first snow has fallen and ski season is near, so here’s what you need to know if you plan on skiing at Deer Valley Resort to ensure a fun, but safe, 2020/21 ski season.
While the resort has maintained a daily ticket sales limit in past seasons to ensure their guests have an optimal experience to “Ski the Difference,” this year they are adopting a reservation-only system for patrons who do not already have a Deer Valley Season Pass or Ikon Pass. According to their website, “advance purchase lift tickets are the only way to access the mountain this winter season.” Day tickets will only be available for purchase online. If you are looking to purchase a Season Pass or Ikon Pass, there’s still time. You can buy passes at ikonpass.com.
A number of other operational changes have been made due to Covid-19 and can be found on the resort’s website, but here are the specifics about face covering requirements at Deer Valley:
When you’re required wear a face covering:
- While waiting in a line
- When interacting with a Deer Valley staff member
- If you are riding, loading or unloading a chairlift
- In outdoor common areas where physical distancing is not possible
- Always worn indoors unless you are actively eating or drinking while seated at a table