Colorado State Patrol: Loveland & Berthoud Pass Busy With Skiers/Boarders “Cramming Into Cars to Shuttle to the Top”

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Colorado State Patrol in Golden reported yesterday that despite a statewide “Stay-at-Home” order, both Loveland & Berthoud pass were packed with skiers on Saturday engaging in poor social distancing.

“Believe it or not, still have plenty of skiers and boarders on Loveland and Berthoud Passes. (They’re cramming into cars to shuttle up to the top). No tickets or tows yet. Very limited room.” – Colorado State Patrol Troop, Golden, 3/28/20

Many backcountry skiers are not following guidelines set up to protect us from spreading Coronavirus via social distancing and only recreating within your very near local area.

Many backcountry skiers are not following guidelines set up to avoiding injury to avoid creating an additional burden to our healthcare system.

Loveland & Berhoud passes  are two of the very most popular backcountry destinations in Colorado.


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