Like every ski area across the World, Loveland Ski Area outside Georgetown, Colorado, has health and safety guidelines in place due to Covid-19. While not every ski area has the same guidelines, make sure you check out Loveland for their latest update:
“COVID-19 cases are on the rise in Colorado and as such, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has issued a Red Level: Severe Risk alert to Clear Creek County. While this state directive still allows us to offer the great skiing and riding we’re known for, it also places new restrictions that may affect your upcoming visit to Loveland Ski Area. As of Friday November 20, we will no longer be offering indoor dining or bar service at either the Loveland Basin or Valley lodges. This restriction also applies to picnic style and brown bag meals, which will not be allowed into the lodges. This directive is set to last for 30 days, at which time it will be reviewed by the Health Department.”
– Loveland Ski Area
That’s right, no lodge access for indoor dining. Even if you’re brown-bagging it for lunch, you’ll be eating in your car this winter at Loveland. You can still take a quick break in the lodge to warm up and relax, but for no longer than 30 minutes.
As always, please head to Loveland’s already in place guidelines:
- Masks required
- Social distance when possible
- Stay home if sick
- Buy tickets online in advance
For a full listing of Covid-19 procedures, visit Loveland online.
Loveland is open for the winter 20/21 season; get out there and enjoy the mountain air!
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