Winter Park Resort, CO, will not be requiring proof of vaccination from guests in order to access lifts or eat indoors, the resort’s 2021/22 operating plan explains.
Currently, Winter Park Resort does not require proof of vaccination to stay in our lodging, eat in our restaurants or play on our mountain. However, we do require unvaccinated guests to wear masks indoors in any of our buildings, including bars and restaurants until seated. We’re encouraging all guests, regardless of vaccination status, wear masks indoors as well.
The resort will also not have a reservation system for access to the slopes like they did last winter. Lifts and gondola will be loaded to full capacity, singles lines will be used, and restaurants will operate at full capacity.
Vaccinated guests will not be required to wear masks indoors, but it will be encouraged. Unvaccinated guests will be required to wear masks indoors.
While we don’t currently have mask requirements outdoors, we do require unvaccinated guests to wear masks indoors. We are encouraging everyone to continue to wear masks indoors as well.
– Winter Park Resort
Winter Park’s operating guidelines are less restrictive than the majority of resorts in the country. All Vail’s resorts will require mask-wearing indoors, irrespective of vaccination status, and will only allow vaccinated guests to dine indoors. Aspen Skiing Co. will require proof of vaccination for full-service dining.
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