Ski resorts navigate tricky world of COVID-19 protocols

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Ski resorts navigate tricky world of COVID-19 protocols

Southwest Colorado destinations draw crowds while observing social-distancing guidelines
Purgatory Resort faces lower visitation this winter, a trend seen across the industry, said General Manager Dave Rathbun. Last week, the main lift from the resort’s base camp broke, resulting in longer wait times.
Chairlifts are not allowed to be as packed as in normal years, which can result in longer waits on busy days, said Purgatory Resort General Manager Dave Rathbun.
Wolf Creek Ski Area is not offering indoor dining, owner Davey Pitcher said, and is instead offering takeout.

Ski resorts navigate tricky world of COVID-19 protocols

Purgatory Resort faces lower visitation this winter, a trend seen across the industry, said General Manager Dave Rathbun. Last week, the main lift from the resort’s base camp broke, resulting in longer wait times.
Chairlifts are not allowed to be as packed as in normal years, which can result in longer waits on busy days, said Purgatory Resort General Manager Dave Rathbun.
Wolf Creek Ski Area is not offering indoor dining, owner Davey Pitcher said, and is instead offering takeout.
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