New York’s ski resorts will reopen next month with capacity restrictions in place and mandatory mask-wearing, the state’s Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Sunday.
On Nov. 6, all ski resorts in the state will welcome snow lovers back at a reduced capacity of 25% on peak days or if multiple trails are closed,Indoor capacity will be limited to 50% and face masks will also be required.
In addition, lifts will be limited to those in the same party, lessons will be capped at no more than 10 people, and resorts must thoroughly clean and disinfect all rental equipment.
Of the opening of ski resorts, Cuomo said it “will allow New Yorkers to have some outdoor activity this winter without having to quarantine when they come back” as the state continues to update its list of outsiders that are prohibited or isolated.