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Utah Resorts Emphasizing Insurance In 2020-21 Season Pass Plans

Utah Skiers at Snowbird on Friday, March 13, 2020.

Snowbird and Snowbasin Resort on Wednesday unveiled their compensation plans for season passholders whose spring skiing and snowboarding was cut short by COVID-19.

Taking their cues from the policies set forth last month by Vail Resorts and Alterra Mountain Company for their multi-resort passholders, Snowbird and Snowbasin’s plans are anchored by renewal discounts, payment programs and pass insurance.

Snowbird also finally shut the door on the 2019-20 season. Resort management had been holding out hope it could offer skiers a few more turns this spring. But it became increasingly clear that wasn’t an option, Dave Fields, president and general manager of the Little Cottonwood Canyon resort, said in a news release.

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