Here’s An Example Of What You Can Expect When You Make Your First Visit To Your Favorite Local Resort.

This comes from The Summit at Snosqualmie. The video below introduces the program. Thanks to correspondent Yvette Cardozo for passing it along.

Face Coverings Required. Keep your mask on – both inside and outside – while at your home mountain.

Stay Home If You’re Not Feeling 100%  Don’t be the reason we lose the season! If you’re not feeling 100% STAY HOME and If you start to show symptoms of illness LEAVE right away.

Keep Your Distance 6  feet apart, roughly a ski/board length. Be considerate and leave some space between our staff and your fellow snow sports enthusiasts.
Use Your Vehicle As Base Camp. Get ready in your rig this season. We will have reduced occupancy in all facilities. When tailgating remember to practice physical distancing and wear your face mask.
Arrive Together Ride Together. Help reduce the likelihood of transmission, please stay with your group while at the mountain.
Be Wise Sanitize. Use our sanitization stations and wash your hands often. Additional sanitization stations will be available at each mountain area.
Singles Won’t Mingle. Singles will ride solo or on the outside on quad chairs. Please help us load chairs as efficiently as possible so you can spend more time on the slopes.
We’re Cashless. All major cards and forms of mobile payment accepted. You can also link your credit card to a season pass, or use our physical or digital gift cards.
Buy Online In Advance Limited Availability. All tickets, products and services will be sold online this season. Plan ahead and visit our website to book everything in advance.
No Brown Bagging. Seating inside is for restaurant patrons only. No outside food, beverages, containers, utensils, or cups inside our lodges please.
Reduced Visitation. Season pass and lift ticket sales will be limited in order to reduce the number of people on the mountain and in our facilities, especially on peak days.
Avoid Busier Days/Times. To ski or ride with fewer people head to the mountain evenings, afternoons, or midweek. You can also save money by visiting during off-peak times.
We’re In This Together. Be patient & respectful of your fellow skiers/riders and our employees. This isn’t easy for any of us, but we’re stoked to make the most of this winter with you!
SEASON PASS SALES PAUSED Season Pass sales are currently paused. When season pass sales resume, quantities and types will be limited. Prior to resuming sales we will provide an update with more information. Thank you for your patience.


  1. Bob Margulis says:

    I believe (as does the native tribe for which it is named) you meant Snoqualmie.

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