COVID Peace of Mind
Thanks for checking in to see how we can help you book with confidence this winter.
From the onset of this pandemic, we have been hard at work developing and adjusting our new policies and procedures to best help navigate this unprecedented time.
Within 4 weeks of the start date of your scheduled 2020/2021 trip this winter, if you need to cancel due to Covid-related government-imposed circumstances that inhibit your ability to get here, including border closures or self-isolation requirements, we will credit the value of your trip, either to a later date in the 2021 season, or to the 2022 ski season, less an admin fee of $100.
If a Covid-related government border closure occurs that forces you to leave while you are already at Snowwater, 100% of the unused portion of your trip would be credited to the following season (half days would not apply).
If we are required to cancel your trip due to government restrictions that would inhibit our ability to operate, we will offer a credit voucher for the value of your trip.
The option to transfer your trip to someone else will now be available, as per our terms.
Please review our terms and conditions to see what your options are.
Please note if you get injured, develop a medical condition (other than COVID), you would be covered by our MEDICAL EVACUATION INSURANCE
If you purchased our previous COVID PLAN then you can still cancel at any time, as per that guarantee.
We encourage you to check back here for further details as the situation continues to unfold. You can also sign up for our newsletters or connect on instagram and facebook. Please feel free to reach out to our team if you would like to talk to us directly.
Your continuned support and patience throughout these challenging times is very much appreciated.
We are currently reviewing every aspect of our operation in relation to COVID-19 and developing updated health and safety procedures.
We sincerely hope that we will all be shredding the pow together this winter. Fingers crossed!
We acknowledge that the land on which we gather is the traditional territory of the Okanagan Synlix, the Ktunaxa, and the Sinixt peoples, and is home to the Métis and many diverse Indigenous persons.