We are committed to limiting the spread of COVID-19 to provide a healthy environment to recreate while protecting our employees, guests and mountain community. To reinforce this commitment to health and safety, face coverings are required in public areas. Those areas include:
The following activities or areas are exempt from wearing a face covering, with social distancing measures in place:
Individuals with a medical condition, mention health condition, hearing impairment or disability that prevents wearing a face covering will be provided with a reasonable alternative. If they refuse to wear the face shield, they could be be refused service.
Thank you for your cooperation as we provide a healthy environment to recreate.
Why is Snowbasin requiring face coverings?
The CDC, State of Utah and Weber-Morgan County Health Department have mandated face coverings to reduce the spread of COVID-19. We are committed to health and safety to provide a safe place to recreate. Keeping our guests, employees and community safe will keep our resort open and staffed.
What if I forget to bring a face covering? Will they be available at the resort?
A limited amount of disposable masks will be available free for guests. Additionally, Snowbasin cloth masks are available for purchase in the Grizzly Center. Supplies are limited and not guaranteed, so guests should bring their own face covering.
Do I have to wear a face covering while riding on lifts?
Yes, although sanitation measures are in place, face coverings are required on lifts due to close proximity and enclosed areas.
Will Snowbasin employees be wearing face coverings?
Yes, all Snowbasin employees will be wearing face coverings in required spaces, and when interacting with guests.
What counts as a face covering?
Face coverings must cover both the nose and mouth of the individual. These include surgical masks, cloth masks, N95 masks, ski buffs, respirators and other personal protective equipment that provide adequate coverage.