For the second year in a row, Stony Mountain Ski Area will not be open due to COVID-19, it announced Monday.
“We were hopeful when the vaccine was introduced but with the breakout cases, children get COVID-19 and new variants that we won’t open this season,” Stony Mountain said in a statement. a statement confirmed will not be open for the 2021-2022 ski season.
The last time the hill pulled the plug on its season was last year, and this was also due to safety concerns around the virus.
Coronavirus: How COVID-19 is affecting the ski slopes in Manitoba this winter
“As a family run ski resort, and during the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, it is clear that the health of our staff and guests cannot be guaranteed this winter,” said owner. of the hill said in a social media post. December 2020.
What is the EV tax credit and why is Canada threatening the US with tariffs?
Costco offers product advice on dog birth schedules
So far, plans are being made to continue planning for the 2022-2023 winter crop.
“Stony will return for its 34th season in December 2022 and we plan to be bigger and more snowy than ever.”
In addition, the hill says it will post photos and videos of the past years and welcomes people to share their photos and videos.
COVID-19: Manitoba health official explains why vaccines are safe in the long run
– with files from Sam Thompson
© 2021 Global News, a division of Corus Entertainment Inc.