Like Everything, 2020 Affecting Bridgerland Winter Sports
Whether you’re new to the world of winter sports or you’re a backcountry veteran praying for snow, it’s important to know the safety recommendations for the coming season, for the times they are a-changin’.Travis Seeholzer, the operations manager at Beaver Mountain, said this year as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, patrons can expect changes to mountain functions and accessibility. According to Seeholzer, there will be a near 60-percent reduction of those allowed in the day lodge, and mountain patrons are encouraged to use their vehicles for changing, booting up and eating.
“This season, you treat your car like the lodge,” Seeholzer said. “The overriding goal is to just do everything we can to save our ski season.” Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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