COvid Safety OverviewWatch
We are all living in a world full of uncertainties. Exposure to COVID-19 is an inherent risk in any location where people are present. While Aspen Skiing Company cannot guarantee you a risk-free experience, by each taking personal responsibility, respecting one another and adhering to all local, regional and state health and safety guidelines we can collectively reduce the risks to our guests, our employees and our community. Every guest shares the responsibility for a safe and healthy experience while skiing and riding on our mountains and visiting our restaurants, hotels, and retail stores. All guests are required to read and comply with the Pitkin County COVID-19 policies and procedures. To read, click here.rich-text
If you cannot follow these policies and procedures, you will be asked to leave Aspen Snowmass property.
· Wear a face covering when you cannot maintain 6 feet of physical distancing outdoors, in designated areas, including in lift lines, and when inside Aspen Snowmass buildings.
· Adhere to Pitkin County social distancing regulations.
· Stay home if you are sick or at high-risk.
· Leave immediately if you begin to show signs or symptoms of illness.
· Wash and sanitize your hands frequently.
· Recreate within your ability to reduce the chance of injury.
State and local orders require that individuals who test positive for or have been exposed to COVID-19, while in Colorado, will need to extend their stay at their own expense to complete isolation or quarantine requirements.
In these times we all must make decisions that work for ourselves and consider our own risk profile. Aspen Skiing Company has implemented protocols to prioritize guest health and safety, but we cannot guarantee you will not be exposed to COVID-19 during your visit. COVID-19 is extremely contagious and can lead to severe illness and death and the risk of being exposed or becoming sick due to COVID-19 cannot be eliminated. You are voluntarily assuming all COVID-19 exposure risks by coming onto any property or using any facility or service that is under Aspen Skiing Company’s ownership, operation, or control. We look forward to having you join us at Aspen Snowmass this winter, but want to make sure that you do so fully informed and in a manner that works for you.
Aspen On Pause
Photographs by Tamara Susa
As we ease into summer, we're also reflecting on the past several weeks through the lens of local photographer Tamara Susa. Tamara has kept a log of life in the Roaring Fork Valley with a series of images and stories that have captured the beauty and surreal nature of this time as well as the strength and spirit of community.
How To Take Action On Covid-19
We've collected a list of opportunities to volunteer, as well as organizations accepting donations and what exactly they need, and local businesses that are providing essential services to the fabric of our community that could use your support.
A Letter From Mike Kaplan, CEO
Just Isn't The Same Without You
"For me, there’s a particularly remarkable piece to all of this: I didn’t have to ask anyone to do any of it. The team simply saw the need and immediately stepped in. Of course, like everywhere, we are forever indebted to our local health-care workers, first responders, and essential business workers..."