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.