A: The safety and well-being of our guests is our top priority. We’ve adapted enhanced sanitation and operational procedures in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Operational procedures are specific to each department and based upon the recommendations of local health officials and government mandates.
A: The safety and well-being of our guests is our top priority. Precautions include increased sanitization in lodging properties, restaurants, and lodges. We’re requiring masks in lift lines and all indoor spaces. The Summit House and Ed & Mully’s will be hosted seating with limited capacity. Advance bookings are recommended! Go online at shop.skiwhitefish.com or call 406-862-2900.
A: Yes. Restaurants will be open with operational changes specific to each location. Some will now be hosted seating and masks are required unless eating/drinking. All dining areas are set up to ensure proper social distancing per county guidelines. We ask that you limit your time to allow all of our guests the opportunity to refuel and warm up.
A: From time to time you may interact with other guests or employees within 6 feet. We ask that you wear a face covering during these situations. Masks are required when in a lift line, indoors at a restaurant or lodge, and when riding the shuttle or S.N.O.W. Bus. If you have a medical exemption from wearing a mask, you must wear a face shield. If you are exempt from both face coverings for medical reasons, please email email@example.com for a review process. We respect that you may have medical exemptions, but as you may present an additional risk towards other guests and employees we need to review your case.
A: Guests are required to wear masks in the lift line. There will be no singles line at any of our lifts this season. Guests are welcome to group up with strangers if they are comfortable doing so, but our lift attendants will not be asking skiers to ride together.
A: The safety and well-being of our guests is our top priority. We’ve adopted enhanced sanitation and operational procedures in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Our commitment to clean includes industry best practice cleaning and sanitizing protocols, with particular attention paid to high touch items. Our housekeeping staff undergo health screenings prior to starting work. They also wear gloves and face coverings during their work.
A: All pools and shared hot tubs will be open this winter for lodging guests. Locker rooms and fitness centers will be closed. Guests will be required to bring their own towels. Cleaning and disinfecting of those spaces will happen daily and sanitizer will be provided. Guests will be required wear face coverings inside the space if they cannot maintain social distancing with guests outside their household. Guests with fever, shortness of breath, a cough, or other COVID-19 Symptoms must refrain from using facility. Capacity numbers will be posted (Capacity will be limited to 75% of normal capacity). Time limit for guest is 30 minutes of usage if other guests are waiting. Fitness centers also will be closed.
A: If you are not feeling well or experiencing a fever, shortness of breath, a cough, or other COVID-19 symptoms please refrain from participating in any activities or dining with us at the resort. Please contact FCHD 406-890-7272, or call your primary health care provider.
A: Currently we are planned to be open December 10, 2020 to April 11, 2021. If a governmental agency restricts recreational travel either to- or from- Montana or the state, province or country from which the travelers reside, Whitefish Mountain Resort will issue a full refund for lodging and lift tickets if the effective date of the restrictions take place prior to the traveler’s arrival.