Solitude Mountain Resort Announces It Won’t Open For Summer 2020
SOLITUDE, Utah – In a statement on Twitter, Solitude Mountain Resort announced it will not open for the summer 2020 season.
“After considering many factors, and striving to do what is best for our staff and guests during the COVID-19 pandemic, Solitude has made the difficult decision that we will not be opening for public operations during summer 2020,” the statement read.
— Solitude Mountain Resort (@SolitudeMTN) June 23, 2020
Rentals, restaurants, retail, lift-served hiking and biking and disc golf will not be available.
“We reached this decision out of concern for the health of staff and guests, as well as an honest assessment of our ability to generate enough meaningful revenue to make public summer operations a success under the current circumstances,” the statement read.
Resort officials said they will focus on preparing for the upcoming winter season.
Some private condos will remain available to rent and a limited selection of Club Solitude activities will be available for lodging guests to use.
“We look forward to welcoming our mountain family back to Solitude under circumstances and standards that allow us to enjoy the outdoors together safely, forging connections and inspiring discovery through once-in-a-lifetime mountain experiences,” officials said.
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