Mt. Bachelor Announces Limited Reopening May 16 - 24
Mt. Bachelor announced today that with the approval of Deschutes County Phase I reopening they will implement plans for limited skiing and riding starting Saturday May 16th through Sunday May 24th. There are a lot of limiting factors here folks so go to the Mt. Bachelor website HERE to learn how to get on the snow during this time. Only 500 skiers per day will be allowed. Skiing and Riding will be available from Sunrise base area with the Sunrise and Summit chairs operating. Below is an excerpt from the Mt. Bachelor website.
What to expect when skiing and riding Mt. Bachelor during 5/16 – 5/24 limited operations? Mt. Bachelor is thrilled to open for the existing passholder community to return to snow for a nine day, limited-access opening to cap the winter 2020/21 season. Mt. Bachelor will not sell day tickets for this time period and will only be open to existing 4-Day, 12-Day, Midweek, Season and Outplay 365 passholders. Midweek season passholders can make a reservation for ALL nine days. Expect new protocol and policies are in place to maintain safety and physical distancing guidelines. Personal and Skier responsibility are core actions needed to successfully maintain limited spring operations. All guests are expected to adhere to all guidelines set in place by Mt. Bachelor or will be asked to leave the resort and risk future pass suspension or issuance of a Notice of Exclusion / Trespass. We ask that we Be Kind, Be Smart and Be Respectful.
- No Cost Advance Reservations: Advance Reservations are required for all guests to ski at Mt. Bachelor. Passholders will have the ability to make an online only reservation 36 hours in advance (6:00 p.m.) to book up to two skiers “spots” of the 500 available each day.
- Reservations for Saturday May 16th will open at 6pm today (May 14).
Special guidelines will be implemented for check-in, parking, and riding chairlifts. We are very grateful to Mt. Bachelor for making this effort for the community of ski and snowboarding enthusiasts. Let’s all be patient, ride safe and have a good time. See you on the slopes!