Health & Safety Information
Thank you for your cooperation to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 and protect our guests, community, and employees.
Please review the information on our Face Covering Requirements in advance of your visit. We will publish any updates here as they become available, but be aware that our guidelines are subject to change without notice. We can’t wait to see you this summer!
Face Covering Requirements
When visiting Gore Mountain, please follow these guidelines:
- If you are fully vaccinated:
- Face coverings and social distancing are not required.
- If you are unvaccinated:
- Per CDC guidance, unvaccinated individuals are responsible for wearing a face covering and social distancing, including children ages 2-12.
Guests are not required to present vaccination cards. If you aren’t feeling well or are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home and plan to visit us another time. For New Yorkers and visitors from out-of-state or another country, you can review the updated NYS travel guidelines here.
At Gore Mountain, our team is:
- Undergoing a daily health screening prior to every shift
- Maintaining physical barriers (e.g. plexiglass) at high interaction points like ticket areas
- Operating with increased frequency of cleaning procedures and a deep clean at night
- Maintaining hand sanitizer stations throughout our venue
Additional FAQs for Visitors
What face coverings are acceptable?
Face coverings (masks) must properly cover your nose and mouth with two or more layers of protection at all times. Masks that have holes for your mouth or nose or single-layer buffs will not satisfy the mask requirement.
Will dining facilities be open? Will the bar be open?
Can you tell us about your air purification in the lodges?
Where applicable, our lodges and other buildings with air handling units have been upgraded to NYS recommended Merv 13 filters. Buildings without air handling units will have portable HEPA filters placed in non-filtered areas. We will also have windows open as conditions allow to promote airflow.
What about cleaning and sanitizing in your lodges?
We have introduced new cleaning procedures as recommended by New York State and CDC along with an increased cleaning schedule.