Getting on the lift
- May 1, 2017
Any signs of preliminary work on Swifty 2.0? (I know it's not getting built this summer, but wondering if they're doing anything to get it going (if they can).
There is some regrading going on around Swifty 1.0 which may be related to the future. There is some work going on at the top station to Ramcharger and all the chairs are on the haul rope for some reason. The BS summer season is supposed to start July 1st.Any signs of preliminary work on Swifty 2.0? (I know it's not getting built this summer, but wondering if they're doing anything to get it going (if they can).
There was a limited time to buy season passes this spring and rather than the typical price increase after the first phase of sales, passes were "off the market." I took that to mean Big Sky was taking a wait and see approach to COVID and the 20-21 season, not limit pass sales.Was there an indication that sales would be Iimited?
Seems a little ominous for folks without season passes . . . and just wanting lift tickets.The Big Sky team wants to make every effort to ensure guests who visit this winter season can enjoy the full resort experience with social distancing. A part of that effort is to assess the number of season passes and lift tickets available for purchase this season, and stopping pass sales on June 15 will allow us to be thoughtful on our approach moving forward.
Curious how this will impact interlopers like myself. We just booked President's Day long weekend at Big Sky. @BS Slarver hoping to take a couple laps with you and Erica again ... maybe even an after ski drink with proper social distancing ____________________________So there was warning. I'm just worried about them doing the same thing here. Supposedly we have until September 30. And my plan had been to wait and see what they planned to do to protect us.