Duluth’s Spirit Mountain Announces Safety Protocols Ahead of Winter Season
Skiers across the Northland are getting excited to hit the slopes at Spirit Mountain this winter and they can expect to see special health protocols in place for the pandemic.
Spirit Mountain is requiring all guests to purchase tickets for their activities online prior to their arrival, which will help with capacity limits. Also, all guests should do a self-assessment of their health before arriving and stay home if they aren't feeling well.
Once guests arrive, the following policies will be in place:
During Your Visit at Spirit Mountain
- If possible, guests are asked to get ready in their vehicle prior to arrival.
- All personal belongings must be kept in a vehicle or placed in a locker during the day.
- Face coverings that align with CDC recommendations will be required both inside and outside whenever physical distancing cannot be achieved, except when actively eating and drinking.
- Guests must follow proper hygiene practices, including; cough and sneeze etiquette, hand washing, and sanitizing procedures.
- On-mountain capacity limits may apply during busy times.
- Guests will be asked to self-group and load the chairlift with their traveling party.
- Masks will be required in lift lines and on lifts. Lift attendants will not require guests to ride a chairlift with people they do not know.
- Face coverings will be required while loading and riding on lifts, inside all buildings, and during all ski and snowboard lessons and when 6ft of social distancing can't be maintained. No one will be permitted on the mountain without a face covering.
Furthermore, the staff at Spirit Mountain will following cleaning procedures and protocols which includes using EPA-approved disinfectants that meet CDC requirements for use and effectiveness against viruses, bacteria, and other airborne and bloodborne pathogens.
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