Ski season 2022: Expert tips for getting the most out of your trip

Travelers who skipped the slopes last season are leading to pent-up demand, and those who booked but canceled trips amid COVID-19 concerns are cashing in.

In many destinos, this season is looking much like those prepandemic. While last season skiers saw maskingeven outdoorsplus lifts running at limited capacity to accommodate social distancing, those practices are by and large over. The vast majority of ski resorts are running lifts at full capacity and masks are no longer required on the slopes.

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Indoors is a different story and varies between destinations. Vail Resorts in Colorado, que opera 34 destinos, requires masking indoors and requires all guests 12 and over to be vaccinated to dine indoors. All employees must be vaccinated as well.

Consistent with many other large-scale indoor activities and venues, we believe the vaccine requirement is important for the protection of our guests and our employees, given the number of people using these facilities and the fact that guests will not be wearing face coverings while eating and drinking. This is currently the only part of our experience that will require proof of vaccination unless required by local public health,” Vail states on its website,

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En Deer Valley, Utah, masks are required indoors, but proof of vaccination is not.

Susie English, director of marketing at Deer Valley Resort, dijo a Fox News, “Across the industry, we saw a huge increase in people wanting to be outside [desde que comenzó la pandemia]. People feel safe outdoors, they can get food grab and go and it’s a relatively COVID-conscious experience.

In many destinations, this ski season is looking much like those prepandemic. (iStock)

In many destinations, this ski season is looking much like those prepandemic. (iStock)

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