Masks are required to be worn at all times except while skiing or snowboarding downhill. Lift lines have been designed to keep everyone six feet apart in all directions.
Managers say they want to keep customers safe and preserve the snow pack until it gets colder and drier on the mountain.
“This building basically houses our lift ticketing, our snow sports school, our rental, the repair departments, as well as the children’s area, the adaptive area and some offices,” said Eaglecrest general manager Matt Lillard.
The ski area is discounting season passes and locker rentals, and offering three free tickets for friends, snowsports school clinics, and continued use of last season’s multi-visit cards.
General Manager Matt Lillard says it was fiscally responsible thing to do.
“We didn’t want to send people up there for an experience that was simply not enjoyable,” says General Manager Matt Lillard.
Contractors are still working on the new Porcupine Lodge at Juneau’s Eaglecrest Ski Area
Until more snow falls on the mountain, only the Porcupine lift will be running.
Incoming Eastern Gulf weather system should bring milder temperatures, snow for skiers and snowboarders
Forecast includes “last gasp of some moisture” on Friday