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Vermont Resorts: Wear a Mask If You Want a Ski Season

Killington Weston Gould, of Oakdale, Conn., rides his mountain bike over the bridge across the snowmaking pond by Snowshed Lodge on Thursday afternoon at the Killington Mountain Bike Park. Winter resorts like Killington that have a mountain bike program will be more prepared for operating in the COVID-19 environment this winter. Photo by Jon Olender

If Vermonters want to see a ski season this winter, they’ll need to stay the course when it comes to COVID-19 precautions, say voices in the industry.

“There are states who have done well, Vermont especially, and if we’re going to have a ski season, we need to keep our numbers down and the way to do that is pretty simple — wear a mask,” said Geoff Hathaway, president of Magic Mountain Ski Resort in Londonderry. “It’s probably the easiest thing we can do to protect each other and to look out for our neighbors and to help small businesses stay open.”

Hathaway said Thursday he has communicated this sentiment through emails to Magic Mountain’s regular guests and via social media.

 Read the full story at RutlandHerald.com

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