PARK CITY, Utah — On Monday, Vail Resorts and Park City Mountain announced that they will no longer require guests to wear masks in gondolas or indoor spaces unless required by local public health or CDC high COVID-19 designations.
The move is effective immediately.
“We continue to review our safety policies in accordance with the evolving nature of the pandemic,” the resort said in a statement.
“Based on the declining rates of COVID-19 and changes to public health guidance, this new policy means guests are no longer required to wear face coverings at Park City Mountain at this time, including in restaurants, lodging properties, retail and rental locations, and base areas. However, face coverings are still required on buses and shuttles per guidance from the U.S. Department of Transportation.”
Employees will still be required to wear face coverings in indoor guest-facing areas and shared spaces. They will not be required in employee-only areas.
Guest proof of vaccination is still required for cafeteria-style dining establishments.
“Vail Resorts’ and Park City Mountain’s commitment to safety continues to be at the center of everything we do, and all policies are subject to change based on the evolving nature of the pandemic as well as federal, state, and local public health guidelines.
“We thank all of our guests and employees for their continued understanding and cooperation as we work together to provide a safe and enjoyable mountain experience for all.”