National Ski Areas Association Releases Guide for Safe Winter Recreation Practices During COVID-19 Pandemic

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This information originally appeared on NSAA.org and can be read in full by clicking here.

Ski season will be weird this year — this we all know. That’s why the National Ski Areas Association (NSAA) has provided a detailed guide of the best practices to engage in at the ski area this winter when it comes to recreating safely and mitigating spread of the cornavirus. The NSAA wrote on their website:

“The National Ski Areas Association supports a thoughtful return to outdoor winter recreation. An advisory group of ski industry leaders developed the Ski Well, Be Well operational best practices based on scientific guidelines from experts. These practices can be adapted to each ski area’s unique operation, and can be scaled according to the appropriate local COVID-19 response.

Your health and safety, and that of all our guests, employees and communities, is what we value most, and is the guiding influence for these best practices.”

To read the full document, please click here.

Photo courtesy NSAA.org.

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