Silverton Mountain Wants To Reopen Despite Government Order To Close

Silverton Mountain Wants To Reopen Despite Government Order To Close

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Silverton Mountain Wants To Reopen Despite Government Order To Close

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Silverton Mountain would like to reopen it’s single double chairlift and allow for small group guided skiing once again. This following the Colorado Governor’s executive order that mandated all Colorado ski resorts to close effective immediately due to Coronavirus.Β  Ski resorts will be shuttered until at least March 22.

Related – List: North America Ski Resorts Closed Due To Coronavirus

Message From Silverton:

*update* We are currently reviewing the law and the government order to see what our options are. Our hearts go out to anyone with the illness. Unguided skiing is not a money maker for us so this is not about profit, this is about keeping people who rely on us for their survival employed. There is a disconnect by the Governor who may not realize the difference between Vail Resorts (15,000 people a day) and small independent ski areas. There are thousands of open restaurants in the state that see more people per day than we do skiing at Silverton Mountain. Obviously we are overloaded with calls/emails and we will get back to you all as quickly as possible.

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