Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Northwest ski hills making plans for ski year ahead in times of COVID

It's almost time to dig into the slopes with the 2020-21
Ski season focused on COVID-19 requirements

(photo from Shames Mountain FB)

The arrival of Fall means that winter is not far behind and with it the launch of the 2020-21 Ski season, one which will see some changes to how ski enthusiasts hit the slopes. 

Through the month of September both Shames Mountain and Hudson Bay Mountain in Smithers have been putting the finishing touches on the COVID-19 planning, rolling out the details in recent days for those looking ahead to the ski year.

Terrace based Shames Mountain outlined their blue print last week with a Social media post on their Facebook page, which provided some background to their protocols.

The full review of the Shames Mountain COVID protocols can be explored here

As for the season ahead, September has also been the month of the Early Bird Sales and with September 30th but one day away, time is ticking away on the Shames deals for Early birds.

Learn more about their packages here.

Catching some air at Hudson Bay Mountain in Smithers
(From Hudson Bay Mountain FB)

Much the same kind of planning is underway in Smithers, where the management of Hudson Bay Mountain has also put together their COVID-19 policies for the year ahead.

You can review their policies here.

The Bulkley Valley Ski destination also has their own pre season savings programs underway and you can learn more about those options here.

As we get closer to your opportunities to shred some snow, we'll keep up on any changes or new additions to the ski season planning through our archive page here.

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