PARK CITY, Utah. — Park City Mountain Resort starts its 2020 – 2021 ski season today (Friday, November 20th). Reservations are required for pass holders only. So, the resort is open and lifts are running, however, there are some precautionary measures in place to assure safety and health for all skiers and snowboarders. Here is more info on what to expect. In short, face coverings are required and all transactions will be cashless. What does that mean? This means that most purchases will take place online and a credit card is necessary for all point of sale purchases. We recommend that you set up and learn how to use Apple Pay or Google Pay. Smartphones can be a great way to make payments without contact.
What about the reservation system, how does that work? Every Vail Resort is requiring reservations to ski and ride this season. Epic Pass holders have early season access to the reservation system. Epic Pass holders have until December 6th to sign up and reserve skier days, before day tickets are available to the general public. To reserve your ski days or to set up an Epic Pass account click here.
Alta and Brighton are open for the season too. More Utah ski resorts will be opening in the coming weeks. It’s going to be an interesting year. Stay informed as each resort does its best to assure health and safety during the pandemic. Here is more info on the details for all Utah ski destinations.