Despite COVID-19, Colorado had a full 20-21 ski season. Our camps and our ski shop ran smoothly. We are optimistic that 21-22 will be at least as good and closer to “normal” in terms of travel and any public health restrictions.
At the same time, we need to keep in mind that changes may arise over which you and we have no control. We need to be prepared for a worst-case scenario of the ski areas closing again or limiting operations in such a way that could impact camps, or international and interstate travel being closed down, or states/nations imposing travel restrictions.
In planning our camp and shop operations, we are making changes to maintain more distance between us, and to have more redundancy in our staffing in case of exposure and quarantines. At our camps we will strictly adhere to the prevailing public health requirements and will expect our campers to do the same.
Here was our list of requirements for the '20-'21 season. As we get closer to next ski season, we will revisit our camp protocols according to public health requirements at that time. Our requirements may change in accordance with public health requirements prior to, and at the time of camp.
- If you have any symptoms of illness in the 10 days before your camp, you must contact us and you may not be allowed to attend camp, for the protection of others. These symptoms include, but are not limited to: having a measured fever, feeling feverish, or chills; cough; headache; runny nose; sore throat; body aches; intestinal illness; lack of taste or smell; feeling unwell.
- If you have any symptoms of illness in the 7 days after camp, you must notify us.
- Wearing a mask/face covering that covers the nose and mouth during the entire camp session, indoors and out.
- Maintaining a >6 foot distance from each other, indoors and out.
- Washing hands prior to joining your group each day.