Soldier Mountain Health and SAFETY

Through steady action, we will ensure a bright future for our beloved mountain. Soldier Mountain is closely monitoring any and all policy changes in order to continue to do our part during the global pandemic. Currently we are following the guidelines outlined in the NSAA Best Practices Guide. It can be found HERE


Ski areas provide low-risk outdoor recreation opportunities for millions of Americans. Here’s what makes the ski industry uniquely positioned to do so:


U.S. ski areas provide hundreds of acres of land for outdoor recreation. Ski area operators are experts at monitoring and managing the flow and volume of traffic in their outdoor spaces.

Natural Outdoor Environment

The majority of time spent at a ski area is spent outside in the fresh air, cruising down runs.

Standard Gear

Face coverings, including neck gaiters, goggles, gloves or mittens, and helmets are standard pieces of skiing or snowboarding gear.

Slope Safety Etiquette

Long-standing skiing and snowboarding etiquette requires guests to respect one another and give space between themselves and other skiers and riders. Safe skiers leave space between other skiers.

Research is showing that being outside in a mountain environment can boost our immune systems as well as our mental health and well-being

Florence Williamsauthor of The Nature Fix: How Being in Nature Can Make us Happier, Healthier, and More Creative.