Winter Park adding reservation system after opening to large crowds

Winter Park adding reservation system after opening to large crowds

December 15, 2020

Winter Park Resort is launching a reservation system for skiers and riders after opening earlier in December to large crowds.

Pass holders will need reservation starting Saturday. Guests can start reserving mountain time beginning at 9 a.m. Thursday.

Pass holders can make reservations through their accounts and reserve up to 10 days at a time. The process for individual lift tickets remains the same because they are dated and booked 48 hours in advance.

Winter Park continues to ask guests to avoid peak times such as weekends and holidays in favor of mid-week trips whenever possible. Other guest guidelines are laid out in the resort’s Shred Another Day program, including wearing face masks, distancing in lines and avoiding gathering.

Before this season started, the ski area had warned that a reservation system could be added. It has been regulating sales of daily lift tickets, which are available by advance purchase online only. Walk-up window sales were eliminated.

Read more on our partner site Sky-Hi News.

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