Health & Safety + Pre-Arrival Info


Updated Feb. 11, 2021

Health & Safety at Diamond Peak Ski Resort

Diamond Peak will continue to follow all state and local health and safety regulations this winter and will implement the following protocols to ensure the safety of our ski community during the 2021-22 season. Please check this page daily as restrictions and recommendations may change throughout the season. 


  • Employees undergo a pre-work health screening and are required to stay at home should they present any symptoms of COVID-19 or other illness.
  • Guests are required to stay home should they present any symptoms of COVID-19 or other illness.
  • High touch surfaces will be sanitized frequently. 
  • Guests and employees are encouraged to wash their hands frequently and use hand sanitizer. 

Even with safety protocols, an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and deaths, especially for senior citizens and individuals with underlying medical conditions. By visiting Diamond Peak Ski Resort, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.

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We strongly encourage that all skiers purchase their lift tickets*, lessons, equipment rentals, and season passes online through our ecommerce store or via our call center. Lessons must be purchased in advance. Not only will your transaction at the window be quicker, but you also save money when you purchase lift tickets and rentals online (even day-of). 

*IVGID lift tickets are currently not available online. Present your IVGID Picture Pass or Recreation Punch Card at the Ticket Windows on the day you want to ski to purchase an IVGID lift ticket.  

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Holiday parking & arrival tips

  • Parking at Diamond Peak is available in multiple locations including the Upper Base Lodge parking lot, the Lower Skier Services parking lot, the Big Water parking lot (just down the street), and off-site parking at Aspen Grove and other locations. Click here for more information.
  • On holiday weekends, parking in the lots close to the resort fills up very quickly, so plan to arrive by 8 a.m. or earlier if you want to park within walking distance of your vehicle.
  • Groups arriving later can utilize the 5-minute unloading zones at the resort to drop off equipment and people, then the driver can go park the vehicle in the currently available lot and take the shuttle back to the resort.

More tips & information

Visit these other pages for more safety information and insider tips: Mountain Safety, Frequently Asked Questions, Tips for Beginners, Tips for Kids in Lesson Programs