The weather may be scorching outside, which has our minds wandering to winter and snow covering the mountains. After Covid-19 cut the spring ski and snowboarding season short, we know many of you are looking forward to hitting the slopes this winter season. Mt. Bachelor has put new policies in place to help with customer concerns and hesitations in the event operations must cease again. We’ve got our fingers crossed for a long and snowy ski season at Mt. Bachelor going into 2021.
Mt. Bachelor Passholder Promise with COVID-19 Coverage
Mt. Bachelor recently added additional COVID-19 coverage for qualifying passholders. If the mountain closes because of COVID-19 for 30 days or more, or if there is a 7 or more consecutive day COVID-related closure between December 15, 2020, and May 16, 2021, qualifying passholders will receive a future use voucher. Mt, Bachelor plans for a longer season but wants to maximize the value of closures during the heart of the season.
In addition to the new COVID-19 coverage, all 2019/20 season and multi-day passholders will receive a voucher towards a 2020/21 season or multi-day pass. The company also has added policies to increase buyer confidence including a full refund option before November 20, 2020, for any pass holder who has not used their pass, for any reason.
All 2020/21 season and multi-day passholders automatically qualify for the Mt. Bachelor Passholder Promise and the new COVID-19 coverage. The mountain implemented these new policies to provide guests with peace of mind for the duration of the upcoming winter ski and snowboarding season.
COVID-19-related disruptions to service are covered under the new Passholder Promise policy, but Mt. Bachelor also has coverage in place for unrelated circumstances. The Pass Refund Protection (PRP) Program covers unforeseen circumstances that may come up for guests of the mountain. This program protects your season pass purchase from an unplanned incident that prevents you from using your pass for the remainder of the season. This includes injury, sickness, pregnancy and military deployment or relocation.
COVID-19 Guidelines at Mt. Bachelor
Mt. Bachelor is currently operating under summer operations including the new zip line and mountain biking park. The mountain is open for passholders and guests with no current capacity constraints or required reservations before activities that typically don’t require them. All guests are expected to adhere to new guidelines to keep each other and our staff safe. Guests must ear face coverings in all indoor spaces, in all lift lines, while loading and unloading chairlifts. If guests cannot maintain 6-feet of social distance outside, face coverings are also required.
Join Us in Sunriver This Winter Ski Season
We look forward to a long and snowy winter season and hope you’ll join us in Sunriver when planning your ski vacation. With Mt. Bachelor’s Passholder Promise and newly added COVID-19 closure coverage, you can feel confident in your purchase of multiday passes.
If you plan on visiting Sunriver during the winter holidays, start planning your vacation now by browsing our available homes. We always encourage our guests to book in advance for the best selection of homes.