COVID-19 CONSUMER RESOURCE CENTER

Ski NH COVID-19 Consumer Resource Center

 

These are extraordinary times, and Ski New Hampshire is striving to provide you up-to-date information about our members' operations amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. The safety of our guests, employees and members of our community is our highest priority, and we want you to have the resources you need to make informed travel decisions this season.

We urge all travelers to check the websites listed below as well as those of the businesses you wish to visit before traveling, including ski areas and other summer attractions, outdoor recreation activities, restaurants, etc.  Also, be sure to take the recommended protective measures against spreading COVID-19 while you travel.

Been vaccinated?  That's great!  However, some of our ski areas and other local businesses are still asking people to wear face coverings and to socially distance at some locations on-site and/or in certain situations.  We thank you for being respectful of the need to continue to use caution and keep everyone safe.  Here is the CDC's guidance for people who have been vaccinated

 

Know Before You Go 

 

Most business operations in NH have changed - be prepared!

 

  • Plan in Advance. Call or visit the website of the ski area you want to visit to know their guidelines. Find out things like whether you must pre-purchase tickets, what activities or services are open, etc. Some ski areas have closed certain aspects of their operations for the summer, often due to a lack of staffing - don’t be disappointed by being uninformed!
    Checking in advance also goes for other NH attractions, restaurants, lodging properties, retail outlets, and other businesses that you may want to visit. 
  • Buy tickets & passes online in advance. In many cases ski areas will be either encouraging or only selling tickets online for their various activities this summer. Some ski areas will be requiring advanced reservations or have capacity limits for some or all activities.
  • Wearing a face covering may still be required or requested when you're inside lodges or other ski area buildings, and/or if you're in lines such as while waiting in a line and if 6 feet of physical distancing isn't possible.
  • Practice social distancing. Many ski areas - and other guests - still would like you to respect the 6 feet of social distancing from people not in your party
  • Stay home if you're feeling sick. Not everyone is or can be vaccinated, and keeping those germs away from others is the best way to protect everyone and beat the pandemic once and for all!  

 

State of New Hampshire COVID-19 Resources

  • Check out the Granite State Promise - don't take New Hampshire for Granite!
  • Go to VisitNH's Know Before You Go page.
  • Out-of-state Visitor NH State Guidance - The two-week self-quarantine has been lifted for those traveling to New Hampshire from surrounding New England States (Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island). Those traveling to New Hampshire from non-New England states for an extended period of time are still asked to self-quarantine for a two-week period.

 

 

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