Vail to limit day tickets

Mount Snow slated to open November 11

VERMONT - Vail Resorts recently announced the opening dates of its 37 North American resorts, offering skiing and riding coast-to-coast and one of the longest seasons in the country for its Epic Pass holders. Additionally the company said that it will limit lift ticket sales throughout the 2022 to 2023 season.
Vail Resorts is investing heavily in its strongest asset this season - its team members, by increasing employee pay and leadership development opportunities, and investing in affordable employee housing and other employee benefits and perks. Additionally the company is making a bold investment in many exciting lift upgrades across its resorts to help guests move up and around the mountain faster and more easily. This includes 18 new chairlifts and gondolas, as well as a restaurant upgrade and snowmaking investments - all of which are on track to open this season.
Guests can also expect more normal indoor operations this season as dining facilities will no longer require proof of COVID-19 vaccinations or dining reservations.
Planned opening dates across the company’s resorts, which are subject to change based on weather and conditions, include Mount Snow on Friday, November 11; Stowe on Friday, November 18; and Okemo on Saturday, November 19.
Guests planning to visit this winter are encouraged to purchase their lift access in advance - whether it is a lift ticket, Epic day pass or season pass. Lift tickets will be limited every day during the 2022 to 2023 season in order to preserve the guest experience at each resort. Availability of lift tickets will be visible on resort websites in the coming weeks. If tickets are sold out online, guests will not be able to purchase them at ticket windows.
Passes, including Epic day passes and pass holder benefit tickets, will not be limited. There is also no impact to guests who enroll in ski and ride school lessons that include lift access or to employee and dependent pass access.
 Vail Resorts will not require face coverings, vaccines or dining reservations this coming season across its resorts. With safety as its top priority, the company will continue to monitor the changing dynamics of the pandemic but at this time does not plan to have any of these measures in place. Employees will continue to complete daily health screenings and resorts will still apply enhanced cleaning practices.

The Deerfield Valley News

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