Daily lift tickets will not be sold the day of, on-site at Deer Valley. Skier capacities will be controlled via the sale of daily tickets and advance sales may be closed based on our anticipated visitation, especially during holiday periods.
At this time, reservations are not required for Deer Valley Season, Ikon Pass, or Ikon Base Pass holders to ski Deer Valley
We will further limit our daily winter guest capacity to provide a quality ski experience and to provide space for guests to physically distance at both indoor and outdoor gathering points. On-mountain guest capacity will be based on local health regulations and conditions at the time. Our projected capacity limit will not be announced to the public, as we need to be flexible and continuously monitor our spaces and experiences. We will closely monitor advance purchase lift tickets and other undated products in our efforts to limit on-mountain capacity, especially during holiday and peak periods.Purchase lift tickets online
We have relaxed our lodging cancellation policies and want to assure you that should local public health regulations require us to cease operations, or if government-imposed travel restrictions from your home state or region restrict planned travel, we will work closely with you to refund or credit your lodging deposits and payments. Guests must notify Deer Valley 48 hours prior to arrival and be able to supply documentation of travel restrictions. All prepaid lodging deposits are refundable if cancelled greater than 45 days prior to arrival.Resort Operations Plan
While in the chairlift maze, physical distancing naturally occurs from tip to tail when wearing skis. Guests will also notice spacing measures in the maze lines and at ticket checkpoints. Gondola cabins will be sanitized regularly with an electrostatic sprayer.
Deer Valley’s lift policy limits chairlift occupancy to people from the same guest party; two willing individuals or staff, not from the same party, seated on opposite sides of a quad chairlift; or one individual guest per triple, double, or gondola cabin. Face coverings are required while waiting in line, loading, and unloading chairlifts.
Day and evening dining will look quite different this winter, with tables placed to allow for physical distancing as required by current health orders, requiring us to lessen capacities in our restaurants. Full-service breakfast will be served at Snow Park Lodge as well as a la carte options and quick grab and go breakfast items. The day lodges will operate as full-service restaurants with table service for lunch from 11:30 a.m. to close. Due to the changes in format, we will now be able to offer beer, wine, and cocktail service at these restaurants during the lunch period. However, these restaurants, except for Grab and Go, will ONLY be available with advance reservations. No walk-ins or non-dining guests will be allowed in the restaurants at any time.Resort Dining Options