We are carefully following CDC Guidelines to stay safe at work, and make Whitefish Mountain Resort a safe and relaxing place for you to play and stay this winter. We have adopted heightened standards for safety and sanitation across the resort and lodging properties. These practices, along with many other safety measures, are in place for the safety of all Whitefish Mountain Resort employees and guests. You can learn more about these procedures in the FAQ page and our Commitment To Respect videos below.

COVID-19 F.A.Q.s

Is it safe to come?

What precautions are you taking?

Are you limiting lift ticket sales or requiring reservations?

What will happen to Uphill Travel if the resort closes due to COVID-19?

What is the best way to book lift tickets, ski school, and rental equipment?

Will there be food available?

Tailgating & Parking Lots

Are you requiring guests to wear face coverings?

What is considered a face covering?

What if I sincerely don’t believe that face coverings are helpful? What should I do?

What if I can’t wear a face covering because of a disability?

What changes are there to lift lines?

What changes are there in the Ski & Ride School?

What changes are there for Day Care?

What are the current Montana COVID-19 Guidelines?

Will there be events this winter?

What is your cleaning policy for lodging?

Will pools and hot tubs be open?

What should I do if I feel ill during my visit?

What should I do if I test positive for COVID after my visit?

What happens if I make a reservation for winter and the coronavirus is affecting my travel plans?

Commitment to Well-being:

In both winter and summer we want our guests and employees to feel comfortable and safe so they can relax and have fun. We look forward to skiing and snowboarding in the great outdoors where we can connect with friends and family! Here’s some information regarding what you can expect.

  • Cleaning & sanitation: We’ve adopted enhanced sanitation procedures specifically designed to combat the transmission of COVID-19.
  • Staying informed and connected: We have been and will remain in constant communication with community, government and health organizations to follow safety recommendations and mandates.
  • Guest responsibility: While we are happy and excited to welcome guests back to Whitefish Mountain Resort, we kindly ask that if you are not feeling well or you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 that you please stay home.

Please know that if you make plans with us, and those plans change, we are willing to work with you on changes. In the same token, if we need to make changes here for your safety and the safety of our employees, we hope you will understand and work with us. We’re all in this together.