Ski Resorts In Utah Prepare Reopening Plans Amid Pandemic
Ski resorts in Utah have started to prepare reopening plans with additional safety precautions intended to keep guests safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
FOX13 reported that recreational planning company Ski Utah listed six resorts in northern Utah with undetermined opening dates. Solitude Mountain Resort announced Monday in a statement that it is not scheduled to open on Nov. 20 as originally planned. Officials say the decision was made in consideration for space to allow visitors to practice social distancing and avoid the potential for large crowds. Some resorts have planned for other safety precautions including serving prepackaged meals and encouraging online ticket sales.