The Colorado company that operates Mount Sunapee, Attitash, Wildcat and Crotched Mountain ski areas will close all of its 37 North American resorts and retail stores for the season amid the continued challenges associated with the spread of coronavirus.
Vail Resorts’ decision follows the company's previously announced closure of its resorts through March 22.
"Our decision to end the season now is evidence of the fast-moving situation involving COVID-19, and it was not an easy one to make as we deeply considered the extended impact it will have on our guests, employees, and communities," said Rob Katz, chair and CEO of Vail Resorts. "While it is incredibly disappointing for our company to mark the end of the season so early, we know it is the most responsible path forward."
Guests can process refunds and credits on pre-purchased lift tickets, lodging, ski and ride school, equipment rentals and more, subject to applicable terms and conditions, using an online form that will be available on the company's resort websites.