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Province Wide Shut Down

Update December 23rd - Snowshoe Trails will remain open during the shutdown - Click for Details

Today the Premier of Ontario announced a province wide lockdown that will impact the operations at Snow Valley. These strict new measures will see all non-essential businesses, including downhill skiing facilities, will close for 4 weeks as of 12:01 am December 26. Please visit the site for more detailed information on the provincial lockdown.

With the recent news from the Premier of Ontario, Snow Valley will cease operations from December 26th until hopefully January 23rd, 2021. This provincial lockdown will see Snow Valley’s second pandemic closure in the last nine months. This announcement follows the announcement that Snow Valley made last March 15th, when we made the tough decision to end our season early to combat the impending pandemic. Since then, we have worked hard to develop best practices and change our operations to adapt in this new pandemic environment. All the hard work over the summer and fall enabled us to open our operations under Ontario Red Zone Covid-19 restrictions on a limited basis on December 18th. We are hopeful that in 28 days, when the restrictions begin to ease, we will be able to open our slopes again and provide Ontarian's a safe environment to enjoy the remainder of the winter season here at Snow Valley.

We are working on plans for all our guests who have booked Snowschool Programs and rentals, season passholders, and pre-purchased ski lift and snowtubing products. These will be released in the coming days as we digest the regulations handed down from the province on December 21st.

Until then, be safe, be kind, and be responsible.

John Ball
General Manager

Posted: Monday, December 21, 2020