March 13, 2020
Mt. Spokane is open for skiing and riding and we're excited about the new snow coming in late this afternoon! For our part in seeking to mitigate COVID-19 risks, we are taking measures now and through the weekend. These measures will be comprehensive, and focused on CDC and Washington State Department of Health recommendations: We are working to remove some seating in our lodges and restaurants this weekend to allow for appropriate social distancing and crowding
We will be limiting the overall numbers of guests in our food service locations to ensure social distancing and overall capacity, and we ask for your patience and cooperation with capacity limitations. We will be opening up Lodge 1 again on weekends to give everyone more space. However, we are cancelling our bar events for the rest of the season.
We will not be opening daycare for the remainder of the season.
Cleaning and sanitizing our facilities remains the highest priority
You should know that local, state and national health officials are advising that people at higher risk of severe illness should stay home and away from larger groups of people if possible. Those at higher risk include people over 60 years of age, with underlying health conditions, with weakened immune systems, or who are pregnant We believe in our guest’s ability to self-regulate and their commitment to the greater good as we work through this challenging period. Let’s work together to act responsibly so we can continue to enjoy the sport we love while protecting those around us. If you are experiencing any signs or symptoms of any illness or been in contact with anyone who has, we politely request that you stay home and not come to the mountain. We will keep you posted as we get updates or learn anything new. In the meantime, we look forward to seeing you on the mountain and thank you for your commitment to a fun and safe weekend.
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