ONLY 2 HOUSEHOLDS, NO MORE THAN 10 PEOPLE THROUGH MARCH 31, 2021
We can host no more than 10 people from no more than 2 households per unit through March 31, 2021. No Covid Bubble groups are allowed, only households who normally live together. Also, no large gatherings outside of the 2 household and 10 person groups are allowed per state regulations. We will be validating and confirming the identity and household group of all renters prior to arrival to ensure compliance with this order. Guests are also required to acknowledge that you understand these restrictions and if you ignore them, you can be fined by Summit County. Please take these restrictions seriously. Please recommit to wearing masks properly, maintaining 6 feet of physical distancing, washing hands frequently, staying home if you feel ill and getting tested if you have symptoms. We want to keep people visiting the great outdoors here in Summit County — skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, cross county skiing, ice skating, ice fishing, fat tire biking, microspike hiking, sledding and sitting by the fire after a fun day outside…
RESTAURANTS HAVE EXPANDED DINE IN & OFFER TAKEOUT MEALS, TO GO ALCOHOL AND OUTDOOR DINING
Most restaurants have resumed indoor dining with expanded seating capacity as long as the 6 foot distance is maintained and no more than 10 people from 2 households are seated together. Most restaurants still offer takeout. Restaurants can offer distanced dine in, outdoor seating, takeout meals and to go beer, wine and cocktails. Masks are required. Masks are also required in our supermarkets. Supermarkets also offer Click-To-Order and use curbside delivery. On-mountain restaurants may require reservations or offer quick service meals and outdoor seating only.
MASKS ARE MANDATORY ON ALL SKI LIFTS, INSIDE PUBLIC PLACES AND OUTDOORS WHERE 6 FT OF DISTANCE CANNOT BE MAINTAINED
Summit County requires masks to be worn at the base area, in lift lines, groceries, stores, restaurants and anywhere 6 foot distancing is difficult. Please pack at least 2 neck gators/masks/bandanas per person and comply with restrictions so everyone can feel comfortable and have fun. Wear or bring a mask on trails and open spaces as you will likely encounter others when recreating outdoors. Wearing a mask demonstrates respect and courtesy for our community, our visitors and our more vulnerable populations.
MAKE YOUR PLANS FOR WINTER NOW ~ Pre-Purchased Lift Tickets, Parking or Pass Reservations Required
~ Keystone, Breckenridge Open — Pre-purchased tickets, Season Pass reservations required
~ Arapahoe Basin, Loveland Open — Pre-purchased tickets, Season Pass required
~ Copper Mountain Open — Parking reservations required
To ski at Keystone or Breckenridge you need either a pre-purchased lift ticket from snow.com or a season pass and a reservation made on epicpass.com. Don’t show up without a reservation or you will be turned away. You can pre-purchase tickets all the way through April. At Arapahoe Basin and Loveland Ski Area, season pass-holders do not need a reservation but lift tickets must be pre-purchased online at: The Arapahoe Basin Store, or the Ski Loveland Shop. All season passes need to be purchased online then picked up at the resorts. At this time, season passes are still available at all resorts. Copper Mountain requires parking reservations — this is their way of limiting the number of people on the mountain. Click here to make parking reservations or go to the ParkWhizz App. IKON Pass-holders also need a reservation for Arapahoe Basin booked at the Ikon Website. But not for Copper Mountain — at Copper, you just have to have a parking reservation. Epic Pass Reservations are required to access all Vail-owned mountains including Keystone and Breckenridge. Epic pass-holders can make reservations in advance or check for changes in availability closer to the day you want to ski. Cancellations are common.
WINTER NATURAL PHYSICAL DISTANCING ACTIVITIES
Skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, AT skiing, split-boarding, fat biking, ice climbing, traction hiking on trails, tubing, sledding, ice skating, snowmobiling, ice fishing, fly fishing, dog sledding, walking plowed rec paths, winter disc golf, playgrounds and snow-play, historical parks, birdwatching, photography, scenic drives, star gazing and simply enjoying the mountain views.
24 HOUR CLEANING HOLDS BETWEEN ALL STAYS
Our reservation system automatically places 24 hour cleaning holds between every stay for additional safety.
COVID 19 CLEANING PROCEDURES
We are following the Vacation Rental Management Program cleaning guidelines. Click here to see the VRMA Cleaning Guidelines for COVID-19. We began these procedures in June when we reopened and we are still committed to COVID safety. Professional cleaners clean and disinfect all units. We triple sheet all comforters and blankets. All the linens are professionally cleaned and washed in 140 degree water. We inspect all units prior to arrival. Disinfectant and sanitizer are provided to all guests. Most soft items such as throws and throw pillows are put away. Our housekeeping teams use proper PPE. And all of our disinfectant is on the approved EPA list.
RISK FREE BOOKINGS! FULL REFUND FOR COVID 19 CANCELLATIONS
We want you to feel comfortable booking future stays, so rest assured our cancellation policy is fluid and adaptable. If COVID-19 disrupts your travel or a Public Health order limits our lodging availability, Summit Resort Group will allow close-in cancellations with a full refund. We are still taking full payment 30 days prior to your stay. But that amount is not at risk if travel restrictions are put in place or you fall ill before your stay. If you are uncomfortable or uncertain about your reservation, please cancel sooner than later to allow us the chance to rebook that unit. If you booked through a channel, use the cancellation request button in your account to request cancellation of your stay. We will issue a full refund and ask that the channel refund your traveler service fees.
SHOULD I CANCEL MY TRIP?
Please cancel your trip if you:
• Have recently been diagnosed as having COVID-19 and you are within your isolation time frame, or
• Have symptoms of COVID-19, or
• Have been in close contact with someone who has been diagnosed as having COVID-19 and you are within the required quarantine time frame.
• Please be aware of the possible requirement to extend your stay in Summit County should you test positive for COVID-19 while here, or if you are a close contact of a person who has COVID-19. When a person has COVID-19 or is a close contact of a person who has COVID-19, they are required to isolate or quarantine for a duration of time to prevent others from also getting sick. Depending on the length and method of your travel, it may be unsafe to leave immediately. In these cases, visitors will be expected to extend their stay locally at the visitor’s expense. For more information on Isolation and quarantine, including what is involved and duration, visit the Guidance for Sick Individuals.