Loveland Locking Parking Lot To Further Discourage Uphill Skiing

Loveland Locking Parking Lot To Further Discourage Uphill Skiing

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Loveland Locking Parking Lot To Further Discourage Uphill Skiing

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“In response to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak, Loveland Ski Area and the U.S. Forest Service will be prohibiting uphill access to National Forest System lands operated by Loveland Ski Area for a period of time that matches Governor Polis’ Executive Orde.”

In an effort to curb skiers congregating and potentially spreading COVID-19, Loveland Ski Area wants you to know they will be locking the gates of their parking lot and uphill access to Summit County ski resort is officially prohibited. The line of cars parked over the weekend outside the resort was evidence of enough that additional action needed to be taken.

LOVELAND PRESS RELEASE: 

UPHILL ACCESS UPDATE: In response to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak, Loveland Ski Area and the U.S. Forest Service will be prohibiting uphill access to National Forest System lands operated by Loveland Ski Area for a period of time that matches Governor Polis’ Executive Order 2020 004 and any subsequent amendments extending that timeframe. This closure will start at 12:01am on Wednesday, March 25.
Loveland Ski Area encourages guest use of public lands and supports uphill access throughout the ski season. To honor the intent and language of the executive order and other state direction on minimizing group size, as well as meeting the needs of local law enforcement and emergency service providers, Loveland Ski Area will prohibit uphill access.
While the ski area can limit uphill access through its existing operating plan on a temporary basis for management activities such as end-of-season tear down or emergency management situations, it is submitting this operating plan amendment given the significance and timing of the COVID-19 outbreak and the predicted length of this prohibition.

 

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