How will I maintain the required two-metres (six feet) of social distance on the chair lift/magic carpet?

If you are skiing alone, you will ride alone. If you rode with a cohort to the hill, you can ride the chairlift together. If you are with your family, you will be able to share. There will be marks indicating spacing between you and the passengers in front of you and behind you. Safe to say, if you can touch them with your ski pole and arm extended, you’re too close. All visitors will be encouraged to wear a face covering – whether that be a ski mask, scarf, or however else you want to keep your face warm.

We’ve always had a spacing requirement for our magic carpet lifts, so we’ll ask you to continue to follow those spacing recommendations, unless you’re a parent assisting their child.

It’s important to note these regulations can, and will, change. We will update our website and Facebook page with any changes made.
We’re asking our visitors to become our partners in safety. The health and safety of our staff and our guests is our utmost priority.
As always, it is up to you to follow Public Health Orders. Let’s work together to make sure everyone has a happy, fun, and safe ski season.


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1. UPDATED How will I get my lift/Tube Park ticket?
2. UPDATED Will I still be able to rent equipment?
3. UPDATED What will be going on with the cafeteria/lounge area?
4. What does the ski season at Kinosoo Ridge look like this year, keeping in mind the ongoing global pandemic?
5. What can I expect in the department of cleanliness of the chalet?
6. How will I maintain the required two-metres (six feet) of social distance on the chair lift/magic carpet?
7. Will there be lessons this year?
8. Can I still get my skis or board adjusted/sharpened/waxed?
9. Will face masks/coverings be needed?
10. What do you consider a face mask/covering?
11. How are we social distancing on chairlifts?
12. When is opening day?
13. Will there be lockers available?
14. Will you be operating at reduced hours?