Ski resorts counting on a return to normal on the slopes
JAY, Vt. (AP) — After a winter with mask mandates and restrictions on the number of people on lifts, ski resorts are expecting the upcoming season to be more like the pre-pandemic days on the slopes.

Any virus-related protocols at resorts will vary depending on where they are and the local health rules in place. Some resorts are requiring masks indoors and at restaurants, others may continue to limit the number of skiers on the slopes for a better experience and some will require people to show proof of vaccination at certain venues.

“What’s new is a lot more optimism,” said J.J. Toland, a spokesperson for Jay Peak Resort in Vermont....


RSK: Not only was and is the pandemic a problem, hiring workers was also a variable. Of course, mother nature is always a primary concern. But ski resorts give a boost to local economies as does snow mobilers in Wisconsin.

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