The Brattleboro Ski Hill (BSH) will open for the 2020-2021 winter season with limitations and guidelines set forth to protect our users and volunteers.
All users and volunteers of the BSH are required to complete a health screening and attestation questionnaire. To expedite ticket sales, and limit in-person contact, we ask that this form be submitted online. You will receive a confirmation number. Please bring this to the ticket window. You will need to submit a new form for every day you use the lift.
Volunteers will adhere to given guidance at all times, as well as have necessary training to perform all job functions. The BSH will provide the safest work environment for the volunteers that keep us in operation. Disinfection supplies, masks, and protective barriers will be in place to ensure safety. Limits capacities in work stations will be enforced.
Facial coverings will be required at all times. All users must adhere to this mandate.
All riders waiting in line must practice social distancing. Signage is in place to help facilitate this. The T-Bar capacity has been reduced to 50% on each lift for non-household family, and can be used at 100% capacity for riders in the same household family. Sanitizer stations will be available; we recommend frequent hand hygiene measures.
BSH will have a limited occupancy of 150 persons at one time. This may generate wait times on busy operating days. This will be adjusted as ACCD guidance is updated. Users will always be issued lift ticket on a first come first serve basis.
The Base Station will not have snack concessions for the duration of the 2020/21 season. The Warming Hut will be closed to the public for the duration as well. Bathrooms will remain open during operating hours, with regular cleaning and disinfection. Please bring your own snacks and water. You are welcome to bring your own seating.
In accordance with Vermont ACCD guidelines for Ski Area, we advise against traveling inter-state without complying with travel and quarantine restrictions. You must attest to adhering to the guidance before being issued a lift ticket. If you do not follow the guidance we ask you not present to the ticket window. Vermont interstate travel guidance can be found here.
When available, Ski Patrollers will serve on the front line for patient care at the BSH. At all times, they will adhere to the safest practices and have access to PPE as needed. If you would like to help with Ski Patrol, please fill out our volunteer contact form.