California Resorts Gearing Up For Visitors With Slope Reservations, Touchless Massages
The winter 2020-21 snow season is quickly approaching. Although skiing and snowboarding are naturally socially distant activities, the social experiences that come with the snow community — such as striking up a conversation while congregating in line to wait for a lift, or grabbing a well-earned apres-ski drink after a long day on the mountain — are shaping up to look different this year.
To prepare for visitors, California ski destinations are modifying offerings for the 2020-21 season by implementing new technologies on the mountain, and adding capacity limits — all while still aiming to offer an enjoyable experience for visitors. As details and regulations constantly change, each destination urges travelers to call ahead to check in on their intended destination beforehand.
Business Insider connected with some of the most visited snowsport destinations in California to get expert insight into what ski season is shaping up to look like this winter. Here's what we discovered.