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Planning for the 2021 Winter Season

What Winter Looks Like 

Brian Head Resort is now open for the 2021 winter season.  With the safety of our guests, employees and community top of mind, we are excited to welcome you back this season with new policies and procedures in place.  

Currently, we are prioritizing access to the Resort for Season Pass holders, and will not be requiring Season Pass holders to make reservations at this time.  We will control Resort visitation levels to avoid overcrowding by regulating daily lift ticket sales.  We strongly encourage our guests to purchase daily lift tickets well in advance of their visit.  This will not only secure a spot on the mountain, but will also provide the lowest possible lift ticket prices. 

A successful ski season will require a strong partnership between Brian Head Resort, our guests, local government and health officials, and the state.  We will continue to work closely with and follow the guidance of local and state health officials and adjust policies and procedures accordingly. 

Know Before You Go 

Similar to how frequently you check the weather forecast in the winter, before traveling to Brian Head Resort this season, check our website and social media outlets to ensure you’re familiar with current policies and procedures and capacity limitations, as they are subject to change. 

What To Expect

Around the Resort 

  • Guests are asked to practice social distancing by standing at least six feet away from other individuals not traveling with them. 
  • Masks/face coverings are required indoors, in lift lines, on Town shuttles, and when social distancing with others outside of your travel group is not possible. 
  • Perforated, ventilated, and thin, single-layer gaiter style face coverings will not be allowed.  Guests are asked to use additional or alternative masks before entering facilities, queues, or other areas where masks/face coverings are required. 
  • Hand sanitizing stations are available at several locations throughout the Resort. 
  • We are disinfecting high-touch points (railings, door handles, tables, chairs, etc.) and high-trafficked areas (ticket windows, doors, restrooms, etc.) throughout the Resort more frequently. 
  • Access to our indoor spaces (restaurants, restrooms, etc.) will be limited, particularly on busy days.  As such, we ask that you please plan ahead, and consider returning to your vehicle to warm up or eat. 
  • Seating capacity in our dining areas has been reduced to allow for adequate physical distancing, and we are asking our guests to please limit their time at dining tables to no more than thirty (30) minutes. 
  • All menu items in our restaurants will be prepackaged for grab and go, so again, please consider returning to your vehicle to eat. 
  • Lift lines will adhere to physical distancing guidelines as much as reasonably possible. 
  • Please try to only ride lifts with your family or traveling companions – arrive together, ride together. 
  • Purchases of lift tickets, rentals, and Winter Sports School lessons are available online via a reloadable card, and we strongly encourage our guests to use this convenient option as follows
    • Pick up your reloadable card on your first visit, or request a card online at brianhead.com or call us at (435) 677-2035 and one will be mailed to you. 
    • Preload purchases of lift tickets, rentals and Winter Sports School lessons online prior to your visit. 
    • Your preloaded card will serve as your lift ticket, and you can proceed directly to the lift and avoid the ticket lines. 
    • Cards preloaded for rentals and Winter Sports School lessons will also allow you to proceed directly to our rental and Winter Sports School locations, again allowing you to bypass the ticket lines. 
  • We are offering new outdoor ticket sales locations at our Navajo Lodge. 
  • We are monitoring busy times closely, and will be limiting access to the Resort as necessary.  If this occurs, access will be on a first-come, first-serve basis, and we will communicate this on our website and social media outlets. 
  • We are offering discounted lift tickets during less busy weekday and off-peak times. 

What We Expect of You 

  • Please stay home if you are feeling sick or are exhibiting symptoms of illness. 
  • Masks are required indoors, in lift lines, on lifts, on Town shuttles, and when social distancing with others outside of your travel group is not possible. 
  • Perforated, ventilated, and thin, single-layer neck gaiter style face coverings will not be allowed.  Guests are asked to use additional or alternative masks before entering facilities, queues, or other areas where masks are required. 
  • Wash hands thoroughly and often.  Sanitizing stations are also available around the Resort when hand washing is not feasible. 
  • Respect capacity limits for indoor spaces, including stores and restaurants. 
  • Practice social distancing, allowing six feet of space between yourself and others outside of your travel group. 
  • Please adhere to all signage and guidelines while visiting, including those directing walking patterns and one-way entries and exits. 
  • Please avoid congregating in common areas whenever possible. 
  • Please respect employees at all times, including while enforcing COVID-19 related regulations. 

Brian Head Resort COVID-19 Resort Access Policy

Brian Head Resort requires face coverings to be worn on Resort property without exception.  While we understand there are those with disability related issues with face coverings, the Americans with Disability Act does not provide a blanket exemption to people with disabilities from complying with legitimate safety requirements that are necessary for safe operations.  We also believe that in most cases, people have already worked out disability related issues with face coverings, given that mask requirements have been broadly in place for months in order to help protect the public health.  Disability-related mask issues can frequently be resolved by the use of a clear mask, a face shield or a looser face covering rather than a cloth mask (such as a scarf).  These alternatives are considered reasonable accommodations to a face covering requirement and will be permitted for those who have a disability that prevents wearing a standard face covering.  If a guest is unable or unwilling to wear a face covering or comply with the reasonable accommodations listed above, the guest will not be allowed access to the Resort in order to limit the risk of COVID-19 exposure to other guests and employees.

An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place.  COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death, especially for senior citizens and individuals with underlying medical conditions.  By visiting Brian Head Resort, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.