Winter Operations

*ALL guests coming to ski at Sugarbush must sign a one-time attestation with the state of Vermont before their pass will be activated. 

*ANYONE returning or traveling to Vermont must follow the Vermont Cross State Travel Guidelines and Quarantine Requirements.  As of February 23rd, this applies to everyone and must include either a 14-day quarantine or the 7-day quarantine followed by a negative PCR Test applies.  Exceptions to this apply only to those individuals who have been vaccinated, as long as 14 days have passed since receiving the second and/or final dose. https://accd.vermont.gov/covid-19/restart/cross-state-travel.

Heading into the 2020/21 winter season, our commitment to providing a great skiing and riding experience has not wavered, even in the wake of COVID-19. We believe that getting out on the mountain is one of the best activities you can do this winter. The mountain is the perfect environment to enjoy the outdoors with friends and family or by yourself, while providing plenty of opportunity to social distance. The health and safety of our guests and staff is our primary focus, and we will continue to follow the State of Vermont guidelines with regards to protocols and capacities.

To best prepare you for all our operational changes and protocols this winter, we have created webpages covering each of our operational areas. We expect that there will be changes to these plans throughout the season as we learn what does and does not work, so check back often for the latest information. Remember, we are all in this together, and it is up to each of us to hold each other accountable to ensure a ski season for all.

Health Policies & Protocol

Tickets & Rentals Protocol

Mountain Operations Protocol

Dining & Base Lodges Protocol

Lessons & Camps Protocol

Lodging Protocol


Additional resources:

Vermont Ski Areas Association
State of Vermont
National Ski Areas Association


How To's for this Winter