Protecting our Community, Winter 2020/21
We welcome back our winter family with new protocols and procedures in place across operations to ensure both Bromley guests and employees can safely recreate and enjoy Vermont’s Sun Mountain this winter season.
We have had some practice managing new COVID-19 related operating and safety guidelines through summer operations, laying an excellent foundation for building our winter plan. You have heard the phrase many times by now: we are all in this together, and it is true! It is a shared responsibility between guests, employees and the community to keep everyone healthy all season long, so we can keep our winter playground open and accessible to all.
Developed with guidance from the State of Vermont and the ACCD (Agency of Commerce and Community Development), Bromley facilities and mountain operations plans all include enhanced cleaning, capacity limits, physical distancing requirements, hand sanitizer stations and mandatory protective face coverings for guests and employees. We are committed to following all state and local health guidance, and we will continue to adjust operations as required to protect staff and guests. Some of the biggest changes will be to how we use and enjoy the facilities when we're not actually skiing. What does that mean? For example, we're asking guests to limit trips to the base lodge or even avoid using it all together. Whenever possible, use your vehicle as your own personal base camp.
Please familiarize yourself with Vermont's Cross State Travel Guidance. This is a major factor in the plan for safe, sustained operations of Vermont Ski Areas this winter season, and we sincerely appreciate your cooperation. There are travel restrictions to Vermont based on what state, and more specifically, what county you are from. Residents of some counties may need to quarantine before visiting, and all visitors are required to attest they are following the guidance. Please familiarize yourself with this information prior to planning your visit! The link above is updated weekly every Tuesday, and we recommend checking while planning your trip and again just prior to your visit, as the guidance does change.
Further detail by department is outlined in the sections below.
Ski well, be well, and thank you for your help.
- Most importantly, if you or any member of your party or family is not feeling well, simply don’t visit. We will gladly work with you to plan another visit when everyone is well.
- If you have any health, safety, or cleanliness concerns, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We monitor this email on a regular basis.
- If you develop symptoms once you are on property, please go home. Please call our Ticket Office following your exit to alert our staff at 802.824.5522.