Your Resource Page for COVID-19

This is a work in Progress.  Check back often!


General Thoughts

When on slopes, skis and board are natural 6 feet distance makers; front to back.  Face Coverings are required inside, in lift lines and on lifts. 


Visit these websites for details until they are solidified. Once they are solidified, we will post exact details

COVID 19 Operating Procedures

Pitkin County (county Aspen/Snowmass is in)


    reached out to get their protocols. Stay Tuned!


Boyne Mountain Resort commits to operating for 130 days during the 20/21 season. We are very optimistic that we can accommodate both season passholders and day skiers safely on the slopes. All guests must wear face coverings in indoor common areas; employees are required to wear face coverings at all times. We continue to work each day towards iniatives and protocols to provide you with the safest possible vacation and recreational experiences.


As skiers and riders we are all wondering what winter will look like during the age of COVID-19. Things can change quickly, but here is what we know right now:

  • Skiing and riding will be allowed at Nub's Nob.

  • We do not plan to limit season pass sales.

  • We do not plan to have reservations for skiing.

  • Face masks will be required on chairlifts and indoor spaces.

  • Indoor spaces will be restricted or possibly unavailable.

  • Most events will need to be altered and some may not happen.

In preparation for the upcoming ski season the Nub’s Crew focused on improvements to the outdoor spaces:

  • We repainted the exterior of all the buildings.

  • Repaved the parking lot and entrance road.

  • Expanded the Winter Garden- adding a food truck style venue, more seating and a fire pit.

  • Created an outdoor pick-up window off the Nub’s Pub for slope-side food and drink.

  • Improved the skiing on Valley by taking down the Blue Lift, removing trees, relocating snow making equipment and widened the slope with extensive earthwork.


      reached out to get their protocols


  • All guests must wear a face covering when inside any Shanty Creek building.

  • All skiers and snowboarders must wear a face covering when in-line for a chairlift, and maintain 6’ social distancing guidelines.

  • Regarding uphill capacity:

    • Skiers and snowboarders that arrive together should ride together.

    • Two singles may be permitted on opposite sides of a four-person lift.

    • Lift attendants will not require guests to ride with people that they do not know.

  • A new Food Truck will be onsite near the Yellow or Pink Lift for outdoor Grab-n-Go dining

  • The River Bistro at Cedar River Village. Limited occupancy will mean changes to operations.

    • Online/mobile ordering and lobby-side pickup will be available.

    • Improved table-side technology for touchless menu and pay.


Season passes at Caberfae will not require reservations in advance to ski or ride.  If you purchase a pass, you will be able to ski or ride on any day and time the pass is valid.  Note that daily tickets sold will be limited, which will provide for a better experience for those with season passes. MORE TO COME AT END OF SEPTEMBER!!


  • Restaurants will be open, including full-service, sit down restaurants.

  • We will be managing capacity at the entrance and spacing out seating indoors and outdoors.

  • Face coverings will be required except while eating and drinking.

  • At our quick-service restaurants, only ready-to-go hot and cold food options will be available in order to accommodate as many people as possible.

  • Packaged beer and wine will be available at most locations, but full-service bars will be closed.

  • All transactions will be cashless, unless required by local regulation.

  • Employees will undergo daily health screenings and receive appropriate training on company protocols and procedures.

  • Employees are required to wear face coverings, regularly wash their hands and stay home if sick.

  • High-touch surfaces and restrooms will be frequently cleaned and disinfected with EPA-approved products that kill the COVID-19 virus.

  • Enhanced cleaning and disinfecting will take place daily in our gondola cabins.

  • Hand sanitizing stations will be provided throughout the resort. 

  • Face coverings will be required to access the mountain, including in lift lines and while loading, unloading and riding on chairlifts and gondolas.

  • To maintain physical distancing on our chairlifts and gondolas, we will only be seating related parties (guests skiing and riding together), or:

    • Two singles seated on opposite sides of a four-person lift

    • Two singles or two doubles on opposite sides of a six-person lift.

    • Two singles on opposite ends of our larger gondola cabins

  • google-plus-square
  • facebook-square

© 2019 by Battle Creek Ski Club. Proudly created with