Health and Safety
Edited on February 13th, 2021
To our valued Guests and Employees,
Appropriate face coverings shall be worn in all public spaces including bathrooms, ticket lines, lift lines, and while loading/unloading the lifts. No exceptions.
-Exemptions to the mask requirement will not be accepted. Skiing and snowboarding are not considered essential activities and therefore do not fall under the protections of the ADA or medical exemptions.
Indoor facilities are open for ordering food and using the bathrooms, with a few limited tables for dining and warming up. Masks required indoors when not seated.
What kind of facial covering can I wear?
Surgical masks, N95 masks, and cloth masks that adhere to the CDC's recommendations are all acceptable forms of masks. Face shields are not an acceptable form of mask but may be worn over a mask for extra protection if desired.
The CDC advises that cloth masks:
Fit snugly but comfortably against the side of the face
Completely cover the nose and mouth
Are secured with ties or ear loops
Include multiple layers of fabric
Allow for breathing without restriction
Can be laundered and machine dried without damage or change to shape
Though they are not secured with ties or ear loops, snug-fitting, 2-ply buffs and neck gaiters that completely and consistently cover the nose and mouth may be used.
This is a difficult time for everyone and we are committed to providing the information you need to make informed decisions. The ski season is upon us, and we believe that having access to outdoor recreation will make the life of social distancing easier for everyone in our communities. We hope to see you at Teton Pass Ski Area and please stay safe everyone!