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Ski season 2022: Expert tips for getting the most out of your trip

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As the temperature cools, the demand for ski vacations is increasing.

Travelers who skipped the slopes last season led to stagnant demand, and travelers who booked but canceled their trip due to concerns about COVID-19 are making money.

For many destinations, this season looks like those pre-epidemic. Last season skiers saw lifts running outdoors with limited capacity to accommodate social distances, in addition to masking, but these practices are generally over. The vast majority of ski resorts run lifts at full capacity and you no longer need a mask on the slopes.

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Indoors is a different story and depends on your destination. Vail Resorts, Colorado operates 34 destinations and needs to be masked indoors, and all guests over the age of 12 must be vaccinated to eat indoors. All employees also need to be vaccinated.

“Given the number of people using these facilities and the fact that guests do not wear face covers, as with many other large indoor activities and venues, vaccine requirements are for the protection of guests and employees. I believe it is important to eat and drink. This is currently the only part of our experience that requires proof of vaccination unless required by local public health, “Vail said on its website. ,

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of Deer Valley, UtahA mask is required indoors, but no vaccination certificate is required.

Susie English, Marketing Director at Deer Valley Resort, told Fox News: [since the pandemic began].. People feel safe outdoors and can pick up food, which is a relatively COVID conscious experience. ”

At many destinations, this ski season looks like those pre-fashionables. (IStock)

Many ski destinations have abolished the advanced booking system that controls capacity last winter, and last-minute ski trips may have been almost nonexistent last season. However, it is important to review this policy during peak hours such as Presidential Week.

According to English, the resort still limits the number of skiers, but those numbers are consistent with pre-pandemic levels.

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4 Tips for Planning a Ski Vacation in 2022

Buy early and plan ahead.

Many resorts no longer limit the sale of lift tickets, with exceptions. For example, Deer Valley limits the sale of tickets as part of the guest experience, not as a COVID practice. Pre-planning is especially important if you are planning skiing during peak hours, such as President Week.

Last season skiers saw lifts running outdoors with limited capacity to accommodate social distances, in addition to masking, but these practices are generally over. The vast majority of ski resorts run lifts at full capacity and you no longer need a mask on the slopes.  (IStock)

Last season skiers saw lifts running outdoors with limited capacity to accommodate social distances, in addition to masking, but these practices are generally over. The vast majority of ski resorts run lifts at full capacity and you no longer need a mask on the slopes. (IStock)

Be in advance about your level of comfort.

English suggested that if you are not good at riding a lift with strangers, simply let the lift operator know. If dining indoors isn’t appealing, look for outdoor grab and go options before choosing a destination.

Book off-peak to save.

Target mid-January as a potential time to save on peak travel periods.

Book your lesson in advance.

Shortage of manpower It’s just as popular in the ski industry as it is elsewhere. If you or your child need ski lessons, book those spots or risk being locked out before booking the rest of the trip.

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