With Covid 19 still amongst us and some Colorado resorts seeing their first snowstorm of the year, skiers and boarders are curious as to what the season will bring. Here are some factors to consider when booking your ski trip. With lodging reservations, make sure the property you’re interested in has gap nights between reservations. In Aspen Snowmass, Co, many properties did maintain 1- and 2-nights between rentals this summer.
The Stonebridge Condominiums in Snowmass will be blocking out 2 nights before each guest’s arrival this ski season and will continuously disinfect throughout the day. For social distancing purposes, resorts are considering limiting chair lifts and gondola rides to same family households, therefore, a lift pass reservation system will most likely be necessary at many resorts.
On mountain dining and resort restaurants will have limited seating so it makes sense to have accommodations with a fully equipped kitchen. With ski-in/ski-out accommodations you can nip in for lunch with no lines or hassles. If you’ve ever thought about splurging on this convenience, this just might be the season!