COVID-19 Policies

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Terry Peak supports and promotes the NSAA, National Ski Areas Association, SKI WELL, BE WELL best operating practices.

From the Desk of The General Manger:

Welcome to Terry Peak and thank you for choosing our slopes for your outdoor experience. We believe there is no better way to relieve stress in your daily life than spending time on the snow. Skiing and Snowboarding are not only great exercise for the body and mind but there is no better place to find space and fresh air, while enjoying the beauty of the Black Hills of South Dakota. This year, more than ever, our guests and staff will be teaming up to insure the 2020/2021 season is a successful one. We all have a shared responsibility to keep the resort open by following the guidelines related to COVID-19. Please remember outdoor recreation is a personal choice and respect those that share your passion for our mountain lifestyle. Have fun, create memories and thanks again for choosing Terry Peak.

Tom Marsing, Black Hills Chairlift Company, President and CEO

Terry Peak Guest Responsibilities

  • If you are or reside with a high-risk individual it is suggested that you avoid all contact by staying home.
  • If you do not feel well, have a temperature of 100.4 or more, or have been exposed to COVID-19 do not enter the property!
  • It is required to wear a mask or face covering in the buildings.
  • Whenever possible practice social distancing by staying no less than six feet from another person.
  • Wash your hands and / or use hand sanitizer often. Additional sanitizing stations are located throughout the buildings.
  • Outside coolers are not allowed in the buildings.
  • Seating is limited to provide more distancing.
  • Staff members will be implementing extra cleaning and sanitizing measures in their departments.

Terry Peak Employees Responsibilities

  • Employees are required to wear face masks in the buildings.
  • Employees will have their temperature taken and undergo a health screening at the start of their shift.
  • Employees who are not well, show any signs of symptoms or have been in contact with a COVID-19 positive individual will not be allowed to work.
  • Whenever possible practice social distancing by staying no less than six feet from another person.
  • Employees are required to wash their hands and / or use hand sanitizer often. Additional sanitizing stations are located throughout the buildings.
  • Staff members will be expected to implement extra cleaning and sanitizing measures in their departments.
  • f Employees will be notified on any updated information as it becomes available.

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