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Vermont Ski Areas To Open Amid COVID-19 Challenges

Screen-Shot-2020-10-10-at-11.44.39-AM an Downing, of Montpelier, co-owner of SlopeStyle Ski & Ride, skis fresh powder at Stowe Mountain Resort in this photo from last year.

The good news is that Vermont’s ski resorts plan to be open this winter. Offering the fun of skiing and snowboarding is still the focus, but the mountain experience will look different due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Lift queues and loading, ticketing, rentals, lessons, child care, dining, après-ski, events, and programs will see changes that vary from resort to resort.

Guests will have to wear face coverings in lift lines, on lifts, and inside buildings, observe physical distancing, and go through health screenings among other requirements. Many resorts will be asking guests to use base lodges sparingly, recommending that they boot up, eat lunch, and warm up in cars to avoid going inside a lodge, especially at peak times.

 Read the full story at RutlandHerald.com

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