1) Buy your Epic Pass
2) Book your priority reservation days before December 7, 2020
3) Enjoy exclusive access to ski and ride early season
4) Reserve more days all season long
We know it’s difficult to plan these days with so many unknowns, however, both Vail Resorts and Moving Mountains have modified our vacation assurance policies to accommodate an unexpected change of plans.
When you’re reserving your luxury vacation home, our guest services staff will explain all of the details of the Moving Mountains vacation rental change policies in case you need to make changes to your reservation. We also recommend purchasing our trip insurance for covered events. And, new this year, Epic Pass coverage eliminates the need for additional ski pass insurance.
HERE’S WHAT TO EXPECT IN REGARDS TO OTHER VAIL AND BEAVER CREEK AMENITIES, ACTIVITIES, AND SERVICES THIS WINTER:
PLAN NOW, SO YOU CAN PLAY LATER
Because it’s so much more relaxing to have everything taken care of ahead of time, rather than googling where to eat or what to do when you’re not schussing down the slopes! Our guest services team is already excellent at making suggestions for all ages, tastes, and activity preferences. We’ll work together to come up with the perfect itinerary for your stay.
For lunch, most of the on-mountain restaurants will be open, serving up delicious food to fuel your ski day. Grab ‘n go options will be plentiful, and outdoor seating will be highly encouraged. Capacity will be monitored at the door, so if a restaurant is already at capacity, guests will be encouraged to find a different mountain restaurant or wait outdoors until a table is available.
Sit down lunch restaurants will require advance reservations. It’s recommended that you avoid peak times, eat before noon or after 2 pm, or enjoy a big breakfast and power through until apres-ski and dinner.
Vail and Beaver Creek village restaurants also will be socially-distanced (and delicious), with reduced capacity, so reservations, before you arrive, are highly encouraged.
At this time, masks are required for both staff and guests. Guests can remove masks once they are seated at their table, though everyone will need to put their mask back on to move throughout the restaurant.
And, of course, our luxury catered chalets are also an option, eliminating the need for advance reservations or spending too much time in public.
Ski rentals will be available and reservations are highly recommended. Most ski shops will be limiting rentals only to those who have reserved in advance. We have preferred partnerships with companies that offer in-home fittings and rentals; we will continue to encourage our guests to use those services for the ultimate in ease, relaxation, safety, and convenience.
Ski school will be operational, though daycare and group classes for 3 and 4-year-olds will not be available this winter. For 3 and 4-year-olds, private one-on-one or private family lessons are recommended. For all other ages, you can book a full-day ski school (in advance), and lunch is included. Each ski school class of less than 6 will be considered a cohort with requirements for a pre-arrival self-health screening. Employees also undergo daily screenings. A separate mountain reservation will not be necessary if you’ve booked a ski school lesson. No walk-up lessons will be available, all lessons need to be booked in advance. Private lessons will also be available.