Effective yesterday, February 10, New Mexico State has removed its mandatory 14-day quarantine. The State is no longer requiring self-quarantine for both visitors or New Mexicans entering the State.
Ski Well , Be Well
Let’s work together to ski and ride safely
We all want to ski and ride. And we all need to follow guidelines to maintain the health and safety of you, our guests, our staff and our communities.
- Face coverings are required
- Physical distancing will be in effect
- Daily employee wellness checks
- Increased cleaning and disinfection
- Following state and local regulations
Here’s how you can help us:
- Plan ahead so you know what to expect
- Wear your face covering
- Follow distancing protocols
- Arrive together, ride together
- Stay home if you feel sick
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
Visit New Mexico Area websites to reserve your tickets and lessons before you head to the mountain. Each area will have daily capacity and availability posted on their website. Please remember masks are required at all times.
LIFT LINES AND RIDING THE LIFT
Waiting in line and riding the lift will be a bit different this season but we will still get you where you want to go! Here are the changes that will allow us all to have a safe and socially distanced lift ride:
- 6 Feet Apart – Lift lines and mazes will be marked with signs for 6 foot separation front and back (tip to tail). Lines will be separated side to side by 6 foot empty “ghost” lanes. We ask all guests to present their ticket or pass for scanning at arms-length. Take the time to make your pass or ticket easily accessible.
- Riding The Lift – Guests traveling together may ride the lift together. Family members may ride the lift together. Guests skiing or boarding alone should ride the lift alone.
- Mask Up – Guests and staff are required to wear a face covering anytime while on the premises including the lift line, riding the lift and while skiing or boarding down the mountain.
FOOD & BEVERAGE SERVICE
All of our Food and Beverage Operations will adhere to the CSPs for Restaurants and the maximum occupancy limits and seating restrictions as set forth in the current Public Health Order.
- Mask Requirements – Guests are required to wear masks when entering, leaving, or moving through the facilities at all times except when eating and drinking while seated.
- 6 Feet Apart – All tables are limited to 6 guests and all tables must be spaced 6 feet apart.
WE ARE A COMMUNITY
Skiers and riders share many things: a love of the mountains, the feeling of freedom when cruising down runs, and making memories with family and friends. We are explorers. We are first-timers. We are powder chasers. We are first chair riders at our local hill. No matter who you are, we are all part of the outdoor community.
So let’s be kind to one another. Respect yourself and others. Know that the actions we all take can affect our community. This is the contract of skiers and riders: take care of the environment, take care of yourself, take care of each other.
SKIING AND SNOWBOARDING:
Recreation with a low risk of transmission
Ski areas have hundreds of acres of wide open spaces.
Ski lifts allow for constant airflow as they travel, with rides lasting an average of 7 minutes.
Skiing and snowboarding gear keeps faces and hands covered.
Skiers and riders show respect by leaving space between each other on the slopes.
Recreation is proven to improve mental health and physical wellness.