North America's Premier International Resort Community

KEEP VAIL SAFE & OPEN

Welcome to Vail! We want this season to be a success just as much as you do, so let’s each do our part to Save Our Season and Keep Vail Safe & Open.


 

Mask Zones & Safety Protocols

That mask looks good on you! A mandatory outdoor mask zone has been implemented in designated areas of Vail Village, Lionshead, Golden Peak and Cascade Village. The executive order was effective, Nov. 7. 
 

 
 

Five Commitments of Containment

Please join us in taking personal responsibility to make safe choices at home and away.

  • I will maintain 6 feet of social distance
  • I will cover my face in public
  • I will wash my hands often
  • I will stay home when I am sick
  • I will get tested immediately if I have symptoms

 

Orange Level: High Risk

Eagle County has moved to level "Orange" on the state's COVID-19 dial. 

Synexis BioDefense System

Offering an additional layer of protection, we have installed the Synexis anti-microbrial system throughout the town’s buildings and buses. We are the first municipality in the nation to comprehensively install a state-of-the-art microbial reduction system in occupied spaces throughout its public facilities and buses. The devices have been added to air-handling systems in all town owned buildings including: Vail Public Library, Dobson Ice Arena, Vail Golf & Nordic Clubhouse, Vail Village and Lionshead Welcome Centers, the two transit centers, Colorado Snowsports Museum, Donovan Pavilion, Vail Municipal Complex, plus the three fire stations, public works buildings and other facilities. In addition, the entire bus fleet, totaling 33 vehicles, has been equipped with the system. The Synexis equipment is designed to work within enclosed, occupied spaces. The continuous, chemical-free system complements the town’s additional cleaning protocols to provide wide-ranging environmental protection efforts for Vail’s guests, residents and employees.

 
 

 

Dining In Vail

Vail restaurants continue to work hard to offer a safe and quality experience for their visitors. You’ll find all staff wearing masks and are strict in washing high touch areas frequently. Please respect the following guidelines when dining in Vail:

• Only members of the same household may be seated together as of Nov. 24, 2020
• Restaurants in Eagle County are currently at 25% occupancy
• Masks are mandatory except when taking a bite of food or sip of drink
• Group size is limited to 8 or less
• If you have a large group, you’ll need to be seated at different tables
• No mingling at other tables
• Tables are 6′ apart both indoors and outdoors
• Masks are mandatory for all staff

There are also plenty of take-out options if you’d like to dine outside on picnic tables found throughout the villages. You can purchase take out food and beverages and enjoy at one of the extended public consumption areas.

Public Consumption areas are open in areas of Vail and Lionshead Village. View map for locations and public bathrooms.

 

 


 

Transit

COVID RIDER ALERT
Vail Transit is making every effort to transport passengers in a safe and efficient manner using guidance provided by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. Here’s what you should know:

• For your safety, starting Dec. 21 buses are running at a reduced capacity of 20 people; plan ahead and expect delays
• Doors will be closed when capacity is reached; extra buses will be used during AM and PM peak times
• Face coverings are required by everyone (age 3 and older) while riding on the bus
• Face coverings are required to be worn at all transit stops when others are present and in the designated mask mandate zone within the villages. 
• Be respectful of others and create physical separation to the extent possible while riding
• Plan your non-essential trips during non-peak times
• Effective Dec. 21, service between Golden Peak, Vail Village and Lionshead has been adjusted to route on the frontage road. As a result, walking will be required to reach pedestrian destinations along East and West Meadow Drive in Vail Village as well as the Vail Public Library and Dobson Ice Arena.
• Offering an additional layer of protection, Vail has pioneered the use of a Synexis anti-microbial system on all buses.
• Follow all posted public health protocols
• Be patient. Be kind.

 

 

Hotels

READY FOR YOU
Lodging in Vail is open and taking necessary steps to ensure comfort.

• Masks mandatory for all staff
• Barrier at most check-in desks
• Enhanced protocol for cleanliness
• Additional cleaning of high touch point surfaces

 

 

Everything Vail Mountain

We want to ensure all guests are aware of the safety protocols, including making reservations to access Vail Mountain. 

FACE COVERINGS REQUIRED - Face coverings will be required to access the mountain, in all indoor spaces, in any line, in charilifts and gondolas, and whenever you are unable to maintain physical distance.

PASS HOLDER RESERVATIONS - For your safety, on-mountain access is being managed this season. Reservations will be required, and pass holders will get priority access.  

MAKE A RESERVATION      PASSHOLDER RESERVATION FAQS      


LIFT TICKETS - Lift tickets are on sale now. The last day to purchase Epic Passes was Dec. 6.  


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CASHLESS TRANSACTIONS - For your safety, all transactions will be cashless. This includes at our hotels, restaurants, Ski and Ride School, and all other points of sale. For the best experience, book and pay online in advance.


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